Author: Christina Perricone

Your Tourist Guide to the City of Atlanta

CFB Championship Atlanta Guide

The college football championship game is a good reason to make your way to the city of Atlanta, but it shouldn’t be your only reason. Atlanta is full of attractions, museums, and sights that will make your trip to the CFB game worthwhile, win or lose. Here is your Atlanta guide from AllTheRooms, from what […]

8 Ways to Celebrate NYE in New Orleans Pre-Sugar Bowl

Ways to Celebrate NYE in New Orleans Pre-Sugar Bowl

The highly-anticipated Sugar Bowl game will take place on New Year’s Day in New Orleans. Sure you’re headed to NOLA for the game, but you don’t need sacrifice your NYE because of it. Kick-off is at 8 pm, so you’ll have plenty of time to sleep off your New Year’s Eve antics before you head to […]

GeekGirlCon: Trailblazers of a New Frontier

GeekGirlCon Conference 2017

GeekGirlCon is changing the way the world sees women geeks. The conference emerged out of a need for a female-centered space within geek culture and a place to celebrate this often forgotten community. The mission is simple: honor female contributions in the geek space by connecting geek-identified women worldwide and promote growth. The response has […]

How to Attend the Carolina Renaissance Festival for Free

Carolina Renaissance Festival for Free

Knights on horseback, Falconry, and the world’s largest rocking house are just a few things that you’ll find at the Carolina Renaissance Festival this year. The event will be non-stop entertainment every weekend from September 30th through November 19th. The 25-acres of festival grounds will be decorated with castles, cottages, pubs and theatres. You’ll enjoy […]

Best U.S. Music Festivals for Summer 2017

best U.S. summer music festivals 2017

Over 32 million people attend at least one music festival each year, and festival options are on the rise. You can easily leave a hippie, campout fest on Monday and head straight to a 2-day dance party the same weekend. From pop music festivals like Bonnaroo to luxury-style legends like FyreFest, there are plenty of […]

Startup Events in Europe in 2017

startup events in Europe

The startup scene in Europe is large and active enough to have a “Hot 100” list designated by Wired Magazine every year, as well as a few hundred events dedicated specifically to the startup community. Whether you’re looking to understand the startup landscape in Europe or you’re in the midst of developing a startup, these […]

15 Things You Should Know Before Attending Shambhala Festival

Shambhala Festival 2017

  Shambhala is the festival experience that we all want. It’s the perfect blend of music, love and community, it prioritizes the festival-goers’ experience over financial gain, and revitalizes a belief in collective humanity. Shambhala Festival restores our faith in the authentic festival experience. While Shambhala had humble beginnings, the festival has grown to a full-on […]

The 6 Best Cities for Digital Nomads

best cities for digital nomads

The digital nomad is a different breed of human being. If you’re one, you know. You don’t follow societal norms. You don’t wish to be part of the workforce herd mentality. And, most importantly, you want to be able to work where you want, when you want, preferably somewhere with gorgeous scenery. It’s not hard […]

5 Reasons Hostels are Better than Hotels

Full Moon Hostel in Budapest

There are a few common misconceptions about hostels–they’re dirty, grungy, cheap and prime places for psycho serial killers who kidnap and torture their victims. While TV and horror films perpetuate this image, the reality is a bit different. What if I told you that there are hostels that look like this? And this? Or this? Yes, […]

Where to Stay in Cuba: Casa Particular or Hotel?

where to stay in Cuba

Choosing accommodations in Cuba often comes down to a single decision: hotel or casa particular. Since all accommodation options in Cuba generally fall within one of these two categories, deciding which way you want to go makes travel planning easy. Cuba’s hotels are run either by the government or by international corporations. In contrast, casas […]

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