Emma Stone’s classic chambray shirt, oversized jacket, and loafers have an easy, borrowed-from-the-boys charm which is pulled together but comfortable for grabbing a Starbucks and waiting for your Uber airport pick-up.
What do you do when you’re in a foreign country where you don’t speak the language but you’ve decided that you absolutely need to get your hair cut? When this happened to me, it all came down to hand gestures and a driver’s license.
You’ve done Times Square. You’ve done the Empire State Building. You’ve spent countless hours at the Met. You’ve tromped across the Brooklyn Bridge and now you’re looking for something unique to do in New York. I’ve got you covered. After 8 visits I’ve had most of the experiences you expect from New York – Broadway shows, MoMA, the High Line – but I’ve also managed to uncover a few cool experiences that you won’t find on a typical best of New York list.
Nova Scotia is a unique place where Celtic, Acadian, and Indigenous cultures live side by side. Where music is a way of life and you’re never more than 67km from the ocean. To help kickstart your exploration of Canada’s ocean playground, I put together a little list of some of the best things to do in Nova Scotia. Where will you start?