Living and working in New York, I work as both a graphic artist and food blogger. I am constantly ...(expand)
Living and working in New York, I work as both a graphic artist and food blogger. I am constantly inside NYC's restaurants, food stands, and holes in the wall. Some of my favorites are in Brooklyn, where culture and home-cooked, traditional foods are everywhere.
You may be in for a touch of culture shock, as Moulin Rouge is historically a topless affair. If that offends your sensibilities, then it's definitely a no-go... but if you don't feel that constitutes a deal breaker, there isn't much else that will offend. Some families are happy to bring young family members, others would be quite offended. It's up to you.
I really don't need to get anything for Valentine's Day, but I do like just spending time with my husband. Flowers or gifts are nice because he thought it through and I am always thrilled. But I am never disappointed in a quiet evening at home.
Hhmmm besides the basics. Well I am sure that most people would consider an smartphone a "basic" item as it is attached to the palms our hands. BUT, making sure to get an international data package ahead of time ensures that you can use your search and GPS the whole trip overseas. Which can be a life saver in a foreign city.
If that answer is somehow cheating, than I would say I always have to have Blister Block and Shout Wipes.