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Nikole
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09.26.2012

My family wants to treat me to a spa day. Where is the best day spa on the water?
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06.06.2012

Goyo El Pollo in Miami Beach
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Goyo El Pollo is one of those dining experiences that will leave you satisfied with both the food and the staff. Quite often staffed by the owner herself, they will gladly help guide you through the menu of Peruvian cuisine, as for many patrons this ...
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That's easy; any local would point you towards Mert's Heart & Soul. It's decently priced, exquisitely prepared and completely authentic soul food. If for some reason that doesn't float your boat, there's always The King's Kitchen on Trade Street, which also boasts a stellar reputation and is beloved by comfort food connoisseurs from all around. I want to try some real authentic southern comfort food when I'm in Charlotte for business next month. What are some of my best options? Ask The Lounge 10.27.2013
Two theatres immediately spring to mind: the Actor's Theatre of Charlotte in Uptown and the Belk Theater on First Ward. Both provide some stellar performances, with the Actor's Theatre slightly eeking out a superior reputation. Either location will do, and both can promise a well-staged performance that's well worth your money. Is there a good broadway theatre in Charlotte that anyone would recommend? Ask The Lounge 10.27.2013
It's too bad, when I was younger I was actually able to climb to the crown of the Statue of Liberty, but they don't let you do that anymore. Ellis Island is still open for visiting though, if you want to get your share of history. Other options are Times Square for shopping and broadway shows, Coney Island during the warmer months, and definitely a walk along the Hudson, no matter the season. What are the absolute must-see attractions in New York City for a first-time visitor? What can be skipped or saved for next time? Ask The Lounge 09.26.2012
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