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Let’s say you’re new in your city…here’s some tips:

Get a CityPass. This is available in most big cities. It allows you to go to museums, use public transportation (which everyone should at least try) and see some of the city’s hot spots.

Go to the “tourist” places and also tag along w/ some locals.

Eat everything!

Learn the local dialect.

I met a woman today who is visiting from Israel. We spoke in French. Her family is in Israel and Colorado. She is delightful and accepted my tips to enhance her visit.

Got any ideas for me?

Aloha,

Denise

By AlohaDenise

I adore my family and friends, meeting new people, travel, food (Gluten-Free please), and belly-laughing. My mantra is "HAVE FUN EVERY DAY." I've lived in five US states and two foreign countries. I am grateful, blessed, and adventurous. I like to do NDBs (never done before.) I enjoy sharing my creative and crazy Empty Nester life and inspiring others to have FUN thus staying young.