FX Excursions

FX Excursions offers the chance for once-in-a-lifetime experiences in destinations around the world.
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Reviews / Entertainment
Feb 18, 2021

Topgolf in Mount Laurel, New Jersey

A few weeks ago, a group of friends and I went to Topgolf in Mount Laurel, New Jersey, for a friend’s birthday. We have wanted to go for a while now, so it was the perfect excuse.

Reviews / Other
Feb 12, 2021

Review: Mr. Coffee Iced Coffeemaker

While I love iced coffee, I hate waiting for brewed coffee to cool down or for the cold brew to chill for 12–24 hours. For a while I relied on buying iced coffee, but the daily expense adds up.

Reviews / Restaurant
Jan 27, 2021

The Dandelion Pub, Philadelphia

With indoor dining finally reopened in Philadelphia, my mom, sister and I were able to enjoy a day roaming around the city, eager for a warm place to enjoy a late lunch after a cold day out and about. For anyone who recently enjoyed the creativity and ingenuity of the city’s outdoor winter dining, an indoor space with heat and cozy furniture is a much-appreciated semblance of normalcy.

Products / Travel
Oct 22, 2020

2 Sustainable Travel Backpacks for Your Consideration

Whether a weekend warrior making the most of your remote work schedule or a city commuter carrying everything you need for the day on your back, a versatile work-meets-play bag is a gamechanger. Add in a sustainability aspect, and these bags are a couple purchase you can feel good about.

Reviews / Hotel
Oct 16, 2020

A Boutique Weekend in Luray: Hotel Laurance

Driving into the quaint town of Luray, Virginia, was a much-needed reprieve from 4.5 hours spent driving mostly highways from New Jersey. My sister and I arrived in town, found parking in the lot provided by Hotel Laurance, and happily jumped out to mask up, check in and stretch our legs.

Reviews / Entertainment
Aug 21, 2020

Review: New York’s Earth Room

In 1977, New York’s Earth Room opened its doors to 250 cubic yards of earth in a room on Soho's Wooster Street. It's unbelievable this art installation still exists in a one-loft apartment filled with wall-to-wall dirt. And no, there's not much to see at this free exhibit except actual waist-high dirt. Regardless of the lack of visual stimulation in this space, the experience is surreal.