Seafood Churrascarias: Marius’s Restaurant On Copacabana Beach

ypically, a Brazilian churrascaria is an experience where, for one  price, you get an unlimited salad bar and the choice of about ten to fifteen different cuts of meat, along with side dishes such as plantains, rice and beans. The trick is not to fill up on cheaper distractions such as lettuce or that seemingly enticing potato gratin in lieu of the sought after filet mignon and picanha meat that usually comes towards the end of the meal.

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Kristina Mellegard
Chance Encounters in the West Village

The idea that I may or may not ever return to New York City is causing me an immense amount of anxiety. I have always had trouble saying goodbye, whether it is to people or places, and New York is no exception. While there are many aspects about this city that I can’t stand, there are infinitely more things that I will miss. Therefore, I have devoted this summer to completing as many bucket list items as possible for being in this city.

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The Best Of New Orleans

From the French quarter to the Garden District, New Orleans is composed of many unique neighborhoods that each have their own personality but all of which offer amazing music, food, drinks, and company. I got the opportunity to sample everything from alligator jerky to chewy pralines. While most of the foods were great, there were a few places that stood out more than the rest.

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A Day At Borough Market In London

The main attraction of the day was a visit to an outdoor market by the London Bridge called Borough Market. All I can say is that this is magical place that will forever on hold a place in my heart. Borough Market is essentially my equivalent to a candy store for a small child.  The Market was composed of stalls and stands that spiraled around many blocks and I skipped around excitedly, the entire time feeling like my eyeballs were about to pop out of my head.

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