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24 Hours In San Sebastian

Talk to anyone who’s visited San Sebastian and they’ll wax lyrical about the days on end you can spend bouncing between the beach and the bars ever-present in Parte Vieja, the cobblestone laden heart of the city. To be sure, San Sebastia...
by The Traveling Scholar on Dec 5, 2016

The 8 Best Dishes I Ate in a Year of Travel

The Happy Nomad I love absolutely everything about travel. I love getting lost, sleeping in strange places, maneuvering language barriers, meeting and learning from locals, and finding yourself in situations that you never, ever could have predicted.
by The Happy Nomad on Aug 24, 2016

Sushi Making Class in Anguilla

I could live on sushi. If I had to pick a single cuisine to eat every day for the rest of my life, it would probably be sushi and sashimi: nigiri, maki, sashimi; I love it all. Living in balmy Caribbean temps year round, I’m typically more inc...
by The Traveling Scholar on Aug 12, 2016

Exposición Rural 2016: 130th Exhibition of Cattle Breeding, Agriculture, and International Industry

The traditional Livestock and Agriculture Exhibition ("La Rural"), held every year in Buenos Aires for over a century, is one of the most important of its kind worldwide, bringing together more than a million visitors among producers, tourists and ge...
by My Buenos Aires Travel Guide on Jul 13, 2016

Celebrations for the Argentine Independence 1816-2016

Several special events will be held over the weekend for the celebration of the 200th anniversary of the Independence of Argentina, that is celebrated on July 9th 2016. The festivities start on Friday July 8th, which will also be a national holiday,...
by My Buenos Aires Travel Guide on Jul 11, 2016

Yellow Dog Dining Experience

Our daughter, a foodie like us, knows the trendy dining establishments in Orlando. She took us to Yellow Dog Eats, an eclectic restaurant in Gotha, a sleepy suburb southwest of Orlando proper. This eaterie is situated in a historic home built in 1910...
by Nancy's Notes From Florida on Mar 16, 2016

Eating Our Way through Midtown Atlanta with Peachtree Food Tour

How Was Your Day? Not too long ago, I had the opportunity to take a really fabulous trip to Atlanta, courtesy of the City of Atlanta. Among the highlights of the trip was all of the amazing food that we ate. I was lucky enough to spend a fabulous mor...
by How Was Your Day? on Mar 16, 2016

Five of the best grubs in Toronto, Canada cheaper than $5 

If you thought that having fine food while you’re in Toronto, Canada should cost an arm and a leg, think again. Below are five specialties you’ll never thought you’d find on food carts on the street,... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit...
by Travel on Feb 28, 2016

Top 10 Reasons Why You Should Travel to the Philippines

With more than 7,100 islands, surely, there are also thousands of reasons you must go to the Philippines. Here are the first ten.THE LOCALSNo list of the world's hospitable countries is complete without mentioning the Philippines. The Filipinos are t...
by The Filipino Lifestyle on Feb 18, 2016

Choices of Food in Thailand

Thai Food in Thailand Thai food is unlike any other Asian food, it is often highly spiced, more so than any other type of food, and is usually cooked very quickly, on a high heat. It is also prepared using fresh produce, mostly locally grown or raise...
by Best Places To Visit on Feb 3, 2016

My Top 10 Instagram #FoodieTravel Post of 2015

 What could be a better way to end the year in a delectably sweet note than wrapping up my top #FoodieTravel moments of 2015? I surely can’t think of any! So be prepared to drool as I present you with my 10 most appetising moments of 2015 from...
by Lace n Ruffles on Dec 15, 2015

Bradenton

I was invited to give a talk for the Manatee Arts and Lecture Series in Bradenton, Florida, followed by a high tea, on Wednesday, October 21. https://youtu.be/_hRX_Pt18LY We arrived the day before at this surprisingly large town on Florida’s west c...
by Nancy's Notes From Florida on Nov 9, 2015

The Trip Home: NC to FL

Coming home from Bouchercon, we took the western route as I-95 hadn’t fully reopened after the flooding in South Carolina. This gave us some lovely hilly vistas before we descended to the lowlands with their cotton fields and other crops.   I got...
by Nancy's Notes From Florida on Nov 2, 2015

Buon Appetito: Eating in Rome

I’m writing this post before dinner, which in case you were wondering is a really bad idea. The food in Rome is SO GOOD. I think you’d have to actively try to find bad meals in that city. That being said, we tried to maximize our time by...
by World Walk About on Oct 6, 2015

Urban Rosh Hashana 2015

The Jewish non profit organization Limud BA presents a new edition of the "Urban Rosh Hashana", a popular event to celebrate the Jewish New Year.The festivities will take place on Sunday, September 6th, 2015. This time, for the celebration of the Ros...
by My Buenos Aires Travel Guide on Sep 1, 2015

Avoid these foods while traveling

Traveling for some is passion, for some its leisure, whereas for some it is their job. But for every type of journey it is essential to keep your body and mind in a healthy state to complete your journey in high spirits. The essential part of any jou...
by bookahotel weblog on Aug 14, 2015

How to Eat Out in Madrid on a Budget

  The Spanish capital is full of great places to eat including many restaurants that offer fine dining experiences, but there is no need to break the bank during a visit there. Not only do many Madrid hotels provide excellent value when staying...
by Jetsetera on Aug 1, 2015

Preparing to Take on Our Nation's Capital!

This is a sponsored post written in collaboration with the J.M. Smucker Company, all opinions are my own. By now, you know the boys and I have been quite a few places. I have not updated our US Travel page yet, but in about 10 days, we will have bee...
by Life With 4 Boys on Jul 31, 2015

Exposición Rural 2015: 129th Exhibition of Cattle Breeding, Agriculture, and International Industry

The traditional Livestock and Agriculture Exhibition ("La Rural"), held every year in Buenos Aires for over a century, is one of the most important of its kind worldwide, bringing together more than a million visitors among producers, tourists and ge...
by My Buenos Aires Travel Guide on Jul 14, 2015

Celabrations of Independence Day and 121st Anniversary of Avenida de Mayo

Avenida de MayoOn Thursday, July 9th, 2015, a big event will be held to celebrate Argentina´s Independence Day, and the 121st anniversary of the historical Avenida de Mayo. The ceremony is programmed to start at 11.00 am on Avenida de Mayo and Luis...
by My Buenos Aires Travel Guide on Jul 8, 2015


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