• Qbic Hotel London: 3ten.ca
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    Travel: Qbic Hotel

    The Qbic Hotel in London is a sweet little place that’s reasonably priced and close to the tube. They market themselves as a eco-sustainable hotel, which is important in this day and age. Check out their site for more info. Qbic Hotel In the lobby you’ll notice a huge open space – they have a restaurant and bar. We found it over priced for the quality of the food, so we never ate there. Yet, I love the lobby bathroom – such creativity in design.…

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    Travel: Freehand Hotel Chicago

    Where to stay in Chicago? You can’t beat the location of the Freehand Hotel Chicago. Seriously, it’s right in River North, about 2 blocks from Michigan Avenue and half a block from the L train. It’s an adorable place to stay, yet it’s not without some faults. I’ll share below! Freehand Hotel Chicago They are a small hipsteresque hotel chain with locations in New York, Los Angeles, and Miami. Their location in Chicago looks awesome. Don’t be fooled, though – you probably wont’ get a…

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    Travel: Time Square Suites Vancouver

    I flat out love Vancouver. This wonderful city, however, is a tad pricy and finding a beautiful place to stay at a reasonable rate was a little challenging. Time Square Suites Vancouver is the place to stay. Check it out – they are close to Stanley Park and Whole Foods is just a couple of blocks away. Plus, parking is included for a small fee. Okay, let’s check out some photos. Time Square Suites Each suite comes with a full kitchen. It’s awesome. When we’re…

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    Travel: Hello House Ho Chi Minh City

    Hello House The Hello House Ho Chi Minh City is a delightful little place in the central backpacker district. Also, it’s quite inexpensive. This room cost us 87$ for 3 nights – that’s 27$ a night?! Plus, it comes with quality wifi, air conditioning and breakfast. Total score. This little welcome sign is there to greet you when you arrive. Oh, and there’s a locker (you get a key) for you to lock up your shoes. This adorable little bed – and you can see…

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    Travel: Hima Boutique Siem Reap

    Hima Boutique Siem Reap is a delightful hotel with welcoming staff and a cooling pool. It’s fairly inexpensive – we paid about $29.00 Canadian per night and stayed 3 nights. Oh, and free breakfast, which is awesome. Fried rice with a sunny side up egg is a great way to start the day. If only I could make fried rice like that. Location The Hima Boutique is located on Taphul Street and is outside of the hustle and bustle of Pub Street or the ‘downtown’…