Stories by Journy Admin
Journy's Definitive Guide To The Pros And Cons Of Hard And Soft Suitcases
It's a topic we feel passionate about
How To Stay Productive When Traveling For Work
Don't make these foolish mistakes
Boost Your Travel Photography Skills With These Simple Tips
Pro photo teacher JP Pullos gives us pointers on getting started
Avoid These Tourist Trap Markets If You Want A Local Experience
Debunking the 'authentic, local' market experience
Ask A Concierge: How To Plan A Destination Bachelorette Party?
Because visiting vineyards is more fun than penis jokes
Ask A Concierge: How Can I Stay Connected With Wifi When Traveling?
Sometimes relying on cafe connections isn't an option
Ask a Concierge: How Can I Plan a Group Trip So Everyone Has Fun?
Staying friends is more important than staying together
Ask A Concierge: How Can I Book A Restaurant In Tokyo?
Dear Concierge, I'm heading to Japan (Tokyo and Kyoto, specifically) around Thanksgiving and I'm wondering what to do about restaurant reservations while I'm there. I usually don't make much of a fuss about fancy meals out when traveling, but my boyfriend is obsessed with Japanese food and I want to make sure that we get some good meals—in particular some proper Japanese sushi. Could you give me some advice on where to go and how to make sure we get in? Sincerely, Japan Foodie Dear Japan Foodie
Ask A Concierge: How Best To Travel With Grandparents?
Family fun, the non-boring way
6 Questions To Ask Before You Rent A Car In Europe
Remember the stick shift!
11 Tricks So You'll Never Eat Bad Airplane Food Again
You don't need to fly first class to have a good meal
Pro Traveler Rhiannon Taylor’s Advice On Traveling Solo As A Female
Rhiannon Taylor knows about traveling solo. Taylor is the eyes behind the stunning hotel and travel blog InBedWith.Me [http://www.inbedwith.me/], which traverses the world to uncover the best accommodations for getting a dose of local flavor. Sometimes she convinces friends and family to tag along her adventures—but other times she prefers to go it alone. While chatting with Taylor about everything from her pro-packing tips [https://gojourny.com/stories/journy-concierge-847/inbedwith-me-s-rhiann
19 Reasons The $600 Meal At Noma Mexico Is A Steal
Last weekend, Leiti Hsu (fellow Journy founder) and I flew to Tulum for the $600 per person (about $700 all-in) meal at Noma Mexico — a limited 7-week pop-up in the jungle by the Noma team. As start-up founders who each pay ourselves less than $50K a year while living in NYC, that was a hefty chunk of money to shell out (we paid for ourselves, our meal was not comp'ed, and unfortunately, no such thing as an expense account for us). The Biggest Question Is — Was It Worth It? We got a behind-
11 Grocery Stores Around The World That Give Us Major Design Envy
More glamorous than the local Shoprite
10 Epic Hotel Pools That Will Make Your Instagram Followers Jealous
Soft sandy beaches are great, but sometimes we crave a clean, cool pool. That pristine blue water, those cushy deck chairs—even better if there are poolside cocktails or nibbles. We've rounded up our top picks for luxurious, one-of-a-kind hotel pools around the world. Take a look, then contact our concierge to start your adventure. Marina Bay Sands [http://www.marinabaysands.com/]Marina Bay Sand Hotel, Singapore [http://www.marinabaysands.com/] — If you suffer from vertigo, avoid this infinity
Unleash Your Holiday Spirit At These 8 Christmas Markets Around the World
Bring on the mulled wine and gingerbread
The Top 5 Restaurants In Scandinavia
New Nordic might be the distinguishing food trend of the first decade of the 21st century, but this trend has been a long time coming. "To understand today's Scandinavian cuisine, you have to know our history," says Scandinavian food expert and native Norwegian Anders Husa [https://andershusa.com/]. "Traditional Scandinavian cooking was designed for a poor society. It was characterized by a heavy use of potatoes, cabbage and cheap cuts of meat, and depended on techniques like drying, salting, cu
The Surprising Food Gifts You'll Find In Italian Supermarkets
Forget the plastic wrapped salumi, this is what Italians really eat
The Real Story Behind The Digital Nomad Phenomenon
What is a digital nomad?
The Best Toys Around The World For Kids (Or Your Inner Child)
Just try not to delight in these entertaining playthings