Have trouble finding great places to eat while traveling as a vegetarian? Apartment Guide recently ran the data and came up with the best cities to travel as a vegetarian, based on the number of vegetarian-related businesses in cities with populations of more than 100,000.
The top destination? Charleston, South Carolina. The city has one veggie-based business for every 2,141 people. There are four organic restaurants, 38 vegetarian restaurants and 21 vegan restaurants within the city limits.
The second runner-up was Berkeley, California, with one vegetarian option for every 2,308 people.
Boulder, Colorado, comes in not far behind, with a vegetarian option for every 2,329 people.
The other destinations in the top 10 included Ann Arbor, Michigan; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Savannah, Georgia; Salt Lake City, Utah; Orlando, Florida; Portland, Oregon; and Richmond, Virginia. There’s not a big difference between the top contender and Richmond, though; the southern city has 50 vegetarian and 24 vegan eateries, so technically more than Charleston, though there’s a larger amount of overall options in Richmond, which pushes it back down the list.
However, if you look at just the number of vegetarian and veggie-based options alone, versus the number of vegetarian options compared to others, you get a much different picture. In that case, New York City comes out on top with nearly 500 veggie-friendly businesses, followed by Chicago, Los Angeles, San Diego and Seattle.
The babymoon trend is adding to the number of women traveling while pregnant. Expecting moms often need special items to take on the road. If you plan to travel while pregnant, you may want to consider adding these products to your suitcase.
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Online shopping continues to soar in popularity with more people choosing to browse an entire catalogue of options instead of making a trip to the store. It makes sense because people are busy and sometimes don’t have time to spend hours browsing a store only to buy a few outfits. When shopping online, people can buy items sporadically or fill up carts and purchase them later. Online shopping is now more than just searching on the web, it’s also swiping through an app. Apps make it easier than ever to keep up with sales, new items and trends.
We can see it now and remember when it happened to us: Watching as the black car icon loops around and around, seemingly endlessly, and our wait time on the rideshare app continually changes. Long wait times and confused drivers are just a few bothersome issues that can nag at rideshare users. Need a solution? Ditch rideshares altogether in favor of renting a car on your next trip.