NFT Travel Guides: Salvation and Love

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One of our partners, Not For Tourists, has several unique offerings on their website this week. Check out the following highlights...

The Atmosphere of the Office, by Rebecca Katherine Hirsch

Not For Tourists
There are no bagels in the NFT office today. Would someone please come to the fourth floor and gift us, and so much more?


Love: Taste It, by J. Slab

Millburn Delicatessen
If a big burly dude approached you and asked you to "sample his Sloppy Joe" what would you feel? Fear? Confusion? Temptation? If said dude worked at the Millburn Deli, go with answer C.


Salvation, Not Squalor, by Rebecca Katherine Hirsch

Prince Lefferts Hotel
The rooms at the Prince Lefferts Hotel are shockingly spacious, the color scheme gradating from charmingly weird navy blue and gold paisley to charcoal black and banana yellow moulding...Bedbug-free, benign of quietude, a good semi-luxurious place to spend $80 for a night off the town--in Bed-Stuy, not Clinton Hill.


Insane In The Membrane!, by Craig Nelson

Palace Café
Bang your head. Mental health will drive you mad. So will the Palace Café if you're not careful. The cheap drinks are a nice draw, the people watching is stellar (think old dudes in leather vests versus hipsters in leather vests), but your cranium may be ringing after 17 Ozzie songs in a row blare from the juke.


Check out their website - they have free downloadable guides, maps, gear, and of course, the travel guide books. Not to mention, they are pretty funny people. I am always laughing when I visit their site, or read their newsletter.

Not For Tourists has offered a coupon for Wandering Educators - please use the coupon code: WE for a 10% discount.


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