Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Ticket Scalping NYC: The Follow-Up

One of the best things about living in NYC is that there always is some special event happening at an excellent venue. Last Saturday, the inconsistent Michigan Wolverines came to MSG to take on the...

An Choi NYC: Pho the Young at Heart

An Choi isn't your grandma's pho house. This upbeat, trendy pho spot has a lounge feel. Instead of a serene Asian tune whisking you away to lands in the Far East, An Choi spins...

Ticket Scalping NYC: Know Before You Go

Tonight, I went to see my beloved Detroit Basketball! Pistons at Madison Square Garden. Fresh from a bargaining victory at Yankee Stadium where I procured 4 tickets for $60 when their face value was...

Park Hyatt New York: Consistently Inconsistent

New York is the home to real talk, the idea that people should speak their minds directly without pussyfooting around. TPOL also adheres to this ideology leaving him in situations when keeping it real goes wrong. In reviewing the Park Hyatt NY, I'm going to be brutally honest even if this upsets the blog community which, for the most part, holds this hotel in the highest regard.

SantaCon 2016: Every Single Thing About You Is Ugly

A tell-tale sign that you're a tourist or a transplant is participation in SantaCon, an event that terrorizes children, is detested by locals, and is off-putting to anyone with a sense of decency. SantaCon 2016...

UrbanDaddy NYC: A Degenerate’s Best Friend

When in Bangkok, it's hard to figure out where to go out. Luckily, I put together the Bangkok Travel Guide to at least point you in the right direction. The issue with my nightlife...

A Case Against Taking Uber in NYC

Maybe I should change the focus of my blog from points to taxis since I write about them so much. As a newcomer to any city, the lazy way to get around is to...

Hotel Review: Sheraton Tribeca

No De Niro, no problem. The Sheraton Tribeca may not draw in the celebs but this also keeps the required dinero needed to stay here to a minimum. I had...

Hotel Review: Le Parker Méridien

Le Parker Meridien must be pronounced with the stuffy French accent its name invokes. But, there's nothing pompous about this hotel. It is elegant yet...

Hotel Review: Four Points Manhattan SoHo

Happy to be recognized as a person, following a less than impressive stay at the Sheraton Times Square, I headed to the quaint Four Points Manhattan SoHo...
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