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travelgirl magazine - escapes for women


travelgirl founders Stephanie Oswald and Renee Werbin
want to be sure you’re
enjoying every destination
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weekly scoop:
august 15, 2014

 

 

Pick of the Week

This would be way easier than my husband using the left side of my ear buds, and me on the right as we watch an iPad movie together on a flight. This Divvy Headphone Splitter from Wicked Audio works with just about every kind of headphones or smartphone and has dual volume control so we can even listen at different volumes. It's small enough to easily slip into a carry-on. $9.99.

Hotel Week LA

After the success of Hotel Week NYC last year, Los Angeles decided to launch its own. Fourteen hotels have signed up for the event, scheduled for Nov. 29-Dec. 14. While some of these hotels charge up to $500 per night, guests can stay for $100, $200 or $300 a night. Nancy J. Friedman Public Relations is the founder of Hotel Week NYC and Hotel Week Los Angeles. Isn't it time you ventured to the City of Angels? No better excuse than a great discount.

Street Art Rooms in London

Enjoy street art right in your room at \ Andaz Liverpool Street Hotel in London with its year-long Room with a View series that features four British street artists. They were invited to depict their interpretation of East London - past, present or future in one of the hotel's king guest rooms. The first (pictured) is The Pearly Room by Chris Price, which pays homage to the belief that in the late 19th century, a Japanese ship dumped millions of pearls in the Thames. Many were salvaged and worn to adorn clothes, leading to the charitable tradition of the Pearly King and Queens.

 

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