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Key To The City

Key to the City

A Very Modern Guide to Ancient Athens, Greece

Key to the City BY marly fink 09/12/2017
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Sure, your daydreams of traveling to Greece might feature remote islands and whitewashed lighthouses, but if you get to go, don't just pass through Athens, a hub of history, mythology, and, yes, amazing kebabs. Visiting a city of this magnitude can be daunting for even the well-ish traveled, which is why Stefani Stoyanof, a native and the jeweler behind of Swim to the Moon, is the best person to show you around. As she explains it, "There's something magical in Athens that drives anyone to lose track of time, enjoy delicious meals, and relax by the crystal blue waters of the sea." Uh, sign yourself up, right this way. READ MORE
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5 Destinations That Make for a Dreamy Southern California Road Trip

Key to the City BY courtney conway 08/10/2017
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As if we needed another reason to love California even more than we already do, designer Kristen Levy, of the pretty 'n sleek jewelry line Kristen Elspeth, gave us a whole bunch more to add to our list. She and her fiance recently took a bunch of road trips all over the Golden State, and she's sharing a) where to go and b) what to do when you get there. All you have to figure out is the one-way rental car. READ MORE
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The Guide That’ll Make You Seriously Consider Moving to Mississippi

Key to the City BY tess falotico 08/02/2017
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Oxford, Mississippi, has long been on the map for its rep as a cooler-than-cool college town, food destination, and literary haven (William Faulkner famously lived there). But according to Nicole Rottler Harlow, the soldering maven behind Niett Metals, you're realllly missing out if you don't experience the surrounding small towns, too. She and her husband recently renovated a hundred-year-old house in Taylor, which has fewer than 400 people, one restaurant, and a thriving local arts scene. Below, everything she, her husband, and their very cool friends suggest out-of-towners hit that's Oxford-adjacent. READ MORE
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How to Do Florence Like You've Lived There for Years

Key to the City BY aleksa brown 07/13/2017
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Miki Nora Christopherson first came to Florence - the city where she now lives and creates her liquid-looking metal jewelry - by chance. Looking for a place to study art history abroad without speaking the language, Miki discovered a program in Tuscany's capital and promptly signed up. After meeting her husband there years later while visiting friends from that very same study abroad program and feeling "as though I was living in a novel," she figured it was about time to put down roots. And while we can't promise you an Italian romance, we can count on Miki to deliver a bang-up tour of her town. READ MORE
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Your So-Fresh Guide to Marrakech

Key to the City BY genevieve ang 07/12/2017
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When crisscrossing the globe in search of vintage beads is your day job, you get pretty good at travel research. Your standards for outta-this-world, non-work-related trips also end up being pretty high. That's most definitely the case for Ronni Kappos, who counts the American Southwest and Eastern Europe as her to-go spots for supplies - and in turn, picked Morocco for her next-level vacay. Come for the tiled interiors; stay for the mint tea, argan oil, and spa spoils - Ronni Kappos is here to show you the way. READ MORE

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