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03
Sep

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Tags: best of hawaii ; nursing jobs in Oregon ; Top Hawaiian Attractions ; Travel Nurse Jobs ;

Amy L. ORT on assignment in, Maui, Hawaii

Amy L., an OR Tech for the last 10 years, is sharing her clinical expertise with Greater Honolulu, Hawaii and loving every minute of it! Amy is a seasoned American Traveler with 4 assignments under her belt: nursing jobs along the Oregon coast of Seaside and Clakamas, Salt Lake City and now the beautiful island of Oahu, where she lives in travel nurse housing, a stone’s throw from Waikiki Beach. Amy’s Picks for Top Hawaiian Attractions: The following are Polynesian points-of-interest that Hawaiian bound travel nurses won’t want to miss! Best Views: The Diamond Head decorates the Waikiki Coastline so that the area is a living post card—Amy can see the view from her studio high rise, where she also drinks in views of a huge, emerald green golf course. Best Restaurants: Mike Huli Huli Chicken is the most delicious local food truck in town and worth the trek even if you don’t have a car. It’s no big deal to rent a car on your day off and enjoy the menu as part of your beach-bound day! Another favorite restaurant is Kahuku Grill on the North Shore—best [+]

07
Apr

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Tags: reaturamt guide for physical therapists ; restaurant guide ; restaurant sites ; travel nurse eating guide ; Travel Nurse Life ; Washington D.C. travel nursing jobs ;

Are you a hungry travel nurse? We’ve got sites you’ll want to click on every time you’re looking to eat well and save! In the United States, it’s estimated that 1.5 billion dollars a day are spent eating out—that’s a lot of dough, and we’re not talking bakeries and pizza joints, here—at least not yet. If you’re a travel nurse who’s new in town, looking to find just the right pastry shop, restaurant, bistro or bar, or simply desire a way to narrow down your choices on everything from grabbing a quick bite to a long, luxurious supper, we’ve found some wonderful resources nurses and physical therapists alike would be wise to bookmark. We’ve also included expert advice from the frugal foodie world on how to save big on all the breakfasts, lunches and dinners you’ll eat over the duration of your travel nursing jobs. So, the first hurdle is deciding WHERE you want to eat. Where do you turn for advice on the most bang for your buck, as well as great flavor? Why, the locals, of course! If you’re looking for a free guide of the best restaurants [+]

26
Jan

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Craving Italian on a travel nurse job near San Francisco or Beverly Hills? “The Stinking Rose” is well known for their garlic infused dishes, drinks and even ice cream! Check them out at www.thestinkingrose.com AE75V9D4E3FT [+]

22
Jan

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While on assignment in Central or Southern Florida enjoy some of the best Cuban dishes served at “Bongos Cuban Café”.  It’s not your average chicken and rice! Enjoy a delicious mojito or glass of sangria with your meal! www.bongoscubancafe.com [+]