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  • The Complete Cuba Travel Guide

    April 9, 2019 by

    In March 2019 I went to Cuba and had a blast. It’s become easier and easier to get to Cuba from the United States, but the process is still mysterious to many people.

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  • 2019 Travel Recap

    December 9, 2019 by

    I’ve never traveled as much as I did in 2019. The year was jam-packed with 3 separate international trips and 6 domestic. I flew on 30 flight segments spread out over 9 months of the year. I saw the richest of cities and the poorest of towns, and ate my way through them all. Read… Read more

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  • Tokyo: Savoy

    October 9, 2019 by

    Pizza Rating: 5/5 We walked for half an hour through Tokyo at lunchtime on our search for Savoy. There was a line outside the door, but it was a beautiful day. When we finally moved inside, we saw 13 seats around a bar and one chef in the kitchen. Savoy’s menu has two items: margherita… Read more

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  • Page, AZ: Stromboli’s Pizzeria

    July 9, 2019 by

    Pizza Rating: 1.5/5 Stars Page, Arizona is a tourist town. The closest town to Antelope Canyon and Lake Powell, there’s lots to see and do in the area. Sometimes tourist towns mean good food. Sometimes, it means low quality pizza will still sell. In this case, it’s the latter. Stromboli’s has many good reviews online,… Read more

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  • NYC: John’s of Bleeker St.

    May 5, 2019 by

    Pizza Rating: 5/5 Stars John’s of Bleeker uses a coal-fired oven to make their pizzas. They’ve been doing this since 1928 and even got special permission from New York City to continue using it in this modern day. We were seated after a short wait, and were we hungry! Jake and I were so hungry… Read more

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  • Havana: Street Pizza

    April 13, 2019 by

    Pizza Rating: 2/5 Stars When you’re wandering around Havana, with no wifi or cell phone service at your disposal, you’ll notice locals lined up outside windows ordering food. You’ll wonder: what are these places? Do they take the tourist currency? Will I need to know Spanish to order? The answer to your question is pizza-… Read more

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  • Southern India

    March 15, 2019 by

    Bangalore & Mysore In February 2019 I spent some time in southern India, and it was unlike any place I’ve ever experienced. People are everywhere, even in rural towns I could alway see others around. Cows are also everywhere! They walk through yards and across highways, and no one bats an eye. What stuck with… Read more

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  • Safari in India 🐅

    March 10, 2019 by

    India is so vibrant and full of life! I was lucky enough to go there for work in February 2019 and extended my trip to do some exploring. I spent some time in Mysore, and a few days at the wonderful Waterwoods Lodge Kabini near the Nagarhole National Park– home to hundreds of wild tigers!… Read more

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  • Bordeaux on a Budget

    January 1, 2019 by

    Bordeaux is one of my all-time favorite places. The old city is absolutely beautiful, with wide streets lined with historic buildings. Bordeaux actually has the most preserved historic buildings of any city in France, except Paris. Not to mention the wine is amazing!

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  • Mid Atlantic: Benny’s Pizza

    December 9, 2018 by

    Pizza Rating: 4.5/5 Benny’s Pizza (Benny Sorrentinos + Benny Delucas) will always feel like my hometown pizza. Benny’s opened up in my college town, and there’s another location where I live now. The 28″ pizzas are memorable- but one of the $5 slices will fill you up! One thing I love about Benny’s is that… Read more

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