5 Creative Ways to Approach Your Turkey Leftovers

How to approach your Thanksgiving leftovers

Last week, we looked at some ways to approach your Thanskgiving feast with some creativity. Though some families need to stick to that traditional meal, even the most stringent of Thanksgiving traditionalists start to get worn out on their re-heated turkey leftovers by the third time around. Though some retailers may already have moved on to […]

Throw a Unique NYC Bachelorette

Unique NYC Bachelorette

Yesterday, we looked into some unique ways to approach group travel in NYC. However, though bachelorette parties are certainly a type of group travel, they’re an animal all their own – and we think they deserve their own NYC blog post. Today, we look at the best options for turning your average NYC bachelorette party […]

The Definitive Guide to Christmas in NYC

Get in the Holidays spirits

No matter how many times you’ve visited New York City, if you’ve never had the opportunity to experience NYC during the holiday season, you should start planning your next trip — yesterday. There’s no other city quite like New York, and New York knows how to bring it’s own distinct flavor to the holiday season. […]

Five Top Christmas Celebrations

Though traditionally one’s top option for a holiday getaway is to a family member’s home, maybe you’re looking to go somewhere other than over the river and through the woods this holiday season. Whether you want to celebrate Christmas in an unconventional way, or just to experience a new culture’s holiday traditions, we have the […]

Thanksgiving Dishes with a Twist

Thanksgiving dishes with a twist

Though most holidays have a particular food item associated with them, Thanksgiving dinner is the rare meal that doesn’t vary much from household to household. No matter where you’re spending your Thanksgiving, it’s a pretty safe bet you’ll see turkey, stuffing, green bean casserole, rolls, cranberry sauce, and pumpkin pie. However, just because a Thanksgiving […]

Think Outside the Bar: 5 Bachelorette Party Alternatives

Maybe you have an underage bridesmaid, maybe you’re looking for something a little different, or maybe the bar scene just isn’t your thing. Regardless of what makes you want to think outside the bar, there are plenty of bachelorette party alternatives. So forget about the VIP line, and put that bachelorette bingo sheet back on […]

Five Oddly Specific Museums

Oddly specific museums to visit

As our friends over at 1000 Museums know, there’s a near endless supply of museums scattered across the globe to satisfy your curiosity and thirst for knowledge. With over 35,000 museums in the United States alone, there are bound to be a few oddballs. Today, we’re rounding up a list of museums that are so […]

Toil and Trouble: Four Real Life Witches

Real Life Witches - Marie Laveau

Though ghosts, vampires, and zombies may also be synonymous with Halloween, no supernatural entity has had quite the effect on society as the witch. While it’s pretty simple to prove you’re not a member of the undead, those accused of witchcraft had no true way to prove they were not a witch – leading to […]

Four Haunted Historical Sites to Explore This Fall

Haunted Historical Sites - Eastern State

Much like a supposed haunting, history can reveal itself in bits and pieces — sometimes answering questions, sometimes raising more. A penchant for ghostly sites generally goes hand-in-hand with an enthrallment with history and the unknown, and these four haunted historical sites combine both the puzzles of history and the supernatural. Step into these sites, […]

Five Cemeteries to Visit

5 Cemeteries to Visit - Old Jewish Cemetary

Though cemeteries may not top the standard travel itinerary, they offer an awesome cross-section of history, sociology, and a bit of a creepy factor. It doesn’t have to be Halloween to consider adding a cemetery to your travel plans, but a time originally dedicated to the remembrance of the dead does offer a perfect opportunity […]

The Offbeat Honeymoon

The Offbeat Honeymoon

Modern honeymoons largely fit a mold: the two of you decide on a destination, one of the pair is tasked with the bulk of the planning process, and you’re off to your destination – usually involving the phrase “all-inclusive” — a few days after your wedding. Those honeymoons are awesome, but sometimes couples looking for […]

Top College Tailgating Destinations

Ole Miss Walk of Champions

The Travefy offices are practically in the shadow of the University of Nebraska’s Memorial Stadium, so we’re a little partial to college football around here. Though a bit biased, we feel like the Lincoln game day atmosphere is like no other (more on that later), but there are plenty of colleges that have developed tailgating […]