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Member since: November 23rd, 2011
Jennifer Garcia-Alonso is a New Yorker living in Abu Dhabi. She writes about travel, hotels, spas, food, shopping and unique experiences. She is a Co-Founder of The Purple Passport, a chic collection of online city guides that tell you everything you need to know to experience a city in style. When she is not scouting and writing for The Purple Passport, Jennifer enjoys taking short breaks to new places. Her most recent travels have taken her to Sydney and Melbourne, Australia, Doha, Qatar and Frankfurt, Germany. To see where she and her team have been lately, visit their blog, Diary of The Purple Passport.
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A Beautiful Blend of East and West in Istanbul

I’ve recently returned from a long weekend in Istanbul to celebrate my mother’s birthday. As a link between East and West, Europe and Asia, this city is particularly relevant to me as an American living in Abu Dhabi; it comfortably blends so many of ...
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The Purple Passport to Los Angeles for Kindle & Kindle Apps is Free Today on Amazon

The Purple Passport to Los Angeles for Kindle and Kindle Apps (iPhone/iPad/Android/Mac/PC), is FREE today in the Amazon store. Essential reading for hip, discerning travelers and on-the-go locals, the guide provides insider tips on over 100 handpicke...
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A Luxury Stroll Through Le Marais And Surrounds In Paris

Springtime in Paris may be a cliché of perfection, but summer is when the city is positively deluged by tourists (most notably the school's-out-for-three-months set). Whether you've got a family in tow or are flying solo, though, Paris&apos...
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Tradition that's not stuck in the past at Taillevent in Paris

In the world of fine French cuisine, tradition and innovation are constantly in a tug of war. Classical French techniques remain the gold standard for culinary training the world over, so it makes sense that there’s a “purist” camp ...
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Wilde Nights at Le Bar de L'Hotel in Paris

On the Parisian bar scene, it seems like you can’t throw a stone without hitting the ghost of some literary giant. F. Scott Fitzgerald was a well-liquored regular at Harry’s New York Bar, and the bar at The Ritz was such a favorite of Ernest Hemingwa...
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Absolutely agreed! Best experienced on an expense account, but worth it even without. Tradition that's not stuck in the past at Taillevent in Paris Travel 06.26.2012
It is definitely worth a stop, if nothing else for the history and atmosphere! Also nearby lots of other great historic spots (Bar Hemingway at the Ritz is nearby, and Hotel Costes is a walk away for something more on trend), so a nice stop on an evening hop. Oh so American in Paris at Harry's New York Bar Travel 05.12.2012
Agreed! There is always something delicious to eat in this melting pot of a city that never sleeps! NYC is one of my favorite food cities in the world. Eating New York City Travel 05.10.2012
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