Archive for April, 2012

Chef’s Corner with Chef Simone Santopietro at Obika

April 30, 2012

ImageTucked away on the top level of the Westfield Mall in Century City you will find an amazing, authentic Italian restaurant: Obika. Read on…

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Discover Colorado’s Hidden Gems During National Preservation Month

April 27, 2012

If you consider yourself a bird nerd, history buff or generally like to geek out on historical and archeological festivities and events, clear your calendar for National Preservation Month this May. Read on…

Hong Kong Tourism Board Presents Culinary Adventures: Cantonese Cuisine, “Wet Markets” & Fine Dining

April 24, 2012

Are you a foodie? Then you’re in luck! Three Pearl River Delta Destinations present: “Richard Bangs’ Adventures with Purpose: Quest for Harmony in Hong Kong, Macau and Guangdong”. Read on…

Chef’s Corner With Chef Zakarian of The National NYC

April 17, 2012

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Iron Chef winner Chef Zakarian, of The National at the luxurious Benjamin, invites us into his kitchen. Read on…

Hydrafacial at Sea Wellness Spa Casa Del Mar

April 9, 2012

journeyPod recently experienced an amazing 25 minute hydrafacial at the Sea Wellness Spa at Casa Del Mar in Santa Monica, California. This revolutionary non-invasive and non-surgical procedure delivered instant results with zero discomfort or downtime. We absolutely loved the short time commitment and the immediate results!  For more information on Casa Del Mar and the Sea Wellness Spa, please visit:  www.hotelcasadelmar.com

Chef’s Corner: Duane Nutter of One Flew South, Atlanta.

April 6, 2012

Airports have long been the destination when it comes to high-priced, poor quality and hastily delivered food.  journeyPod is happy to report that this is no longer the case… Labeled as the “First Upscale Dining Experience at the World’s Busiest Airport”, One Flew South is a delightful treat within the hustle and bustle that is Atlanta Hartsfield Airport. Read on.

Seattle Destination Guide

April 4, 2012

journeyPod.com recently visited Seattle, Washington.  Even over a few cold,  rainy March days,  Seattle had so much to offer and we cannot wait to go back! Read on…