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Been There, Do This: Victoria and Albert Museum in London

Been There, Do This: Victoria and Albert Museum in London

If you are a museum fiend like me, London is a fantastic city to visit. In addition to Tate Modern, British Museum and the National Gallery, travelers would be wise to add Victoria and Albert Museum to their list. Also known as V&A, the museum houses a wealth of ancient and contemporary objects.

Been There, Do This: National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City

Been There, Do This: National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City

Two celebrities are in Mexico City on the same day. It’s a sprawling area, so are they likely to ever tread the same ground? Well, the day I was at Museo Nacional de Antropologia (National Museum of Anthropology), both musician Robert Plant and “Saturday Night Live” head writer/cast member Colin Jost were both spotted poking around the museum’s 23 permanent exhibit halls.

Been There, Do This: The High Line in New York City

Been There, Do This: The High Line in New York City

An unexpected oasis encircled by a concrete jungle, the High Line lifts visitors above the sprawling city of Manhattan. Running from Gansevoort Street in the Meatpacking District to West 23th street, between 10th and 12th Avenues, the roughly 1.45-mile elevated greenway was once a forgotten railway.

What It’s Like to Sail on a Carnival Live Music Cruise

What It’s Like to Sail on a Carnival Live Music Cruise

"Jump!" shouted the lead singer of #Groove6, the excellent band belting out ‘80s music in Ocean Plaza on Carnival Cruise Lines’ Carnival Breeze. The packed crowd, spilling over into the corridor, enthusiastically obeyed, roaring out the lyrics, dancing, waving their arms and generally having the time of their lives.

Been There, Do This: Boho Fun in Huertas, Madrid

Been There, Do This: Boho Fun in Huertas, Madrid

If you’re looking for something to do in Madrid besides hitting the discoteca until sunrise, check out the Huertas district, also known as el Barrio de Las Letras (the “Neighborhood of Letters”). As Madrid’s literary quarter, Huertas has been home to many famous writers, including Spanish novelist Miguel de Cervantes.