The best wifi coffee shops in Boulder, Colorado

This isn't one of them, but it illustrates the theme nicely

As digital nomads and people with few vices in life besides coffee, we take wifi coffee shops pretty seriously. We’re already rounded up our favourite spots in NYC, but we were nervous about Boulder: after all, no one’s heard of cold brew and they seem to have a bizarre fixation with chai. But we’re made of stern stuff, and as long as there’s a parking space immediately outside we’re willing to give anything a go (hey, it’s a novelty after a few months in NYC). So here’s our round up…

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Hiking in Boulder, Colorado

Would it surprise you to learn that we’ve not done a whole lot of hiking before? Even though we used to live in London’s less-than-flat Primrose Hill, it didn’t sufficiently toughen us up – the gradient in Seattle nearly killed us, and reading about San Francisco’s steepness may or may not have been a contributing factor to us giving it a miss on this trip. But when confronted with Boulder’s incredible scenery, we couldn’t resist getting involved. So while there’s plenty of great information about Boulder hiking trails online for…

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10 things I now know about Washington DC

Washington DC Capitol Building

Washington DC Capitol Building

If you’re used to New York, you can safely ignore Wikitravel when it tells you how confusing the subway system is. You’ve seen far worse. Ditto how busy the tourist attractions are. Ditto how hard it is to get a table at a popular restaurant. Every other shop is a dry cleaner. Eventually I worked out that this must be because everyone works in politics, and therefore wears suits all the time. If you bluffed your way through The ABC Song at school by mumbling through the middle third and…

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