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Blog / 26.05.2018

8.5 million people live in NYC. It's one of the busiest and most exciting cities in the world and you'd think that it would be easy to make loads of friends, right? Well initially it seems that way. It's not hard to run into people of all walks of life in New York. The city has this fast-paced energy and coming from a place like London, where people are much more reserved, it feels like east coast Americans are much more forward. On my first week in NYC I...

Blog / 25.05.2018

New York City is one of the most expensive cities in the world to live in. My rent in Chelsea, Manhattan is $1700 per month and that's just for a room. If you want to have your own 1-bedroom apartment expect to pay around $3000 and up. Then, with all the socialising you're going to be doing (that's why you're in NYC right?) things can soon add up. $15 cocktails on a weeknight, $50 meals at dinner time...

Uncategorized / 25.05.2018

There are many things Prague is famous for: the Charles Bridge, its architectural beauty and the famous Wenceslas Square. But away from the stag and hen designed attractions lies some of the cities true beauty and best places to discover on your trip to the Czech capital. Here is LNOF’s top ten best kept secrets in Prague: The Anonymous Bar Set in a former stable house in the Old Town, hidden from prying eyes and under a picture of the film hero’s mask, Anonymous is dominating the capital’s cocktail scene. The...