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Maiden Voyage Travel Blog

Carolyn Pearson founded maiden-voyage.com after being in LA on a business trip. Unfortunately, she was there alone and as much as she wanted to go out and explore the cool nightspots and restaurants, it wasn’t something she felt she could do alone, so she created a network through which women can connect safely whilst on business travel and go out and explore, perhaps have dinner in great company. This is what you can expect form her travel blog.

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What to expect from the  Maiden Voyage Travel Blog

On this blog we’ll be asking our members to share their travel adventures and tell you all about the cool places they have discovered.

You can follow her on twitter, like her on facebook or join her linkedin group to keep up to date with our latest news and advice.

WeAreTheCity.com was founded in April 2008 and launched in September 2008, with the aim of providing information to women who wish to progress in their careers via networking and events.  The concept of the website is to provide services that not only help women develop themselves both personally and professionally, but also contributes to a wider strategy of supporting working women in the UK more broadly by bringing together the charity sector and potential entrepreneurs on to one common platform.

Almar
26
Oct

Almar Jesolo, Italy – City, Beach & Spa | Maiden Voyage Blog

After a hectic year of long-haul business travel, I couldn’t bear the thought of yet another long-distance flight for my well overdue summer holiday. I was looking for something special in Europe that ticked a number of boxes, so I put in a call to the friendly people at Wellbeing Escapes, the experts in spa...
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15
Aug

Living like a local with Cuckooz in East London | Maiden Voyage Blog

Did you know that the cuckoo is a species that shamelessly lays its eggs in another bird’s nest? Whilst I didn’t quite go to that extreme, my stay at Cuckooz, Aldgate East allowed me to nest in my own personal home-from-home. Serviced apartments, unlike a hotel, allow you to ‘try on’ a place, and fantasise...
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28
Jun

Gasparilla Island | Discover Florida’s charming secret

A barrier island in southwest Florida, Gasparilla Island is a secluded and charming secret. While it is just a 75 – 90 minute drive from Sarasota and Fort Myers airports respectively, it’s a world away from the bustle of ‘city’ life. The island’s largest town, Boca Grande, has a population approaching 1,500 providing a small-town...
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Sri Lanka
06
Apr

Solo in Sri Lanka

For some, a solo holiday is a journey out of the comfort zone: “Will I be safe?”, “Will I be lonely?” – but my biggest concern was “Who’s going to put sunscreen on my back?” I recently found myself with the urge for some last-minute winter sun but with all my friends having used up...
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28
Feb

Lively LA | Maiden Voyage Blog

Los Angeles is alive and lively in many ways! A recent business trip landed me there for the better part of a week and allowed me to get a taste of the vibrant city center. Located in the heart of the downtown, the JW Marriott Los Angeles offers convenient access to restaurants, museums, arts, sports...
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Nikki Beach Monaco
01
Feb

A blissful ‘bleisure’ trip to Monaco | Maiden Voyage

By Rheanna-Marie Hall Stepping off the plane at Nice airport was just the beginning of a three-day love affair with my oldest and best friend: the sun. The sun and I have had many encounters over the years, all of them wonderful, and all of them brief. It is what comes of living in the...
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30
Nov

Treasures of Tuscany: Truffles to Tiramisu

Truffles and tiramisu were just a couple of the many treasures I enjoyed in Tuscany. While I had expectations of beautiful landscapes, rich culture and wonderful cuisine, my first trip to Italy surpassed all I had imagined. The only conundrum, if you can even call it that, was balancing exploration of all the amazing sites...
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Lobby of Edison Hotel
07
Nov

Mighty Midtown Manhattan | MaidenVoyage

A terrace? Really? With a view of the top of Times Square and, if I look the other way, the Hudson River? I think I can hear the opening bars of Alicia Keys’s ‘New York’ as I take it all in. The thing is, if you’re going to New York City, there’s really only one...
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