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Summer in Seattle

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Posted in Adventure, Beer and Pub Tours, Bicycling, Biking, Festivals, Food Tours, Kayaking, Photography, Shopping, Sightseeing, Soft Adventure, Spectator Sports, Walking, Washington

It’s summertime in Seattle, Washington. Hit the water now that the rain subsided and the gray clouds turned into white cotton. Raise a glass of craft beer, cider, wine, or spirits. Check out the city’s varied outdoor festivals. Pike Place Market Expands This summer marks a major expansion for Pike
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Celebrating Portland’s Summer Festival Season

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Posted in Activities, Arts and Culture, Beer and Pub Tours, Bicycling, Biking, Festivals, Food Tours, Oregon, Photography, Uncategorized

While one can find Portlanders coming together regardless of the weather, the city bursts to life once the gray clouds subside. The city’s summer season represents an overabundance of activities celebrating the bounty of the Pacific Northwest.   Cheers to Beer Festivals According to Travelocity’s first Beer Tourism Index, Portland
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Chez Tante Fauvette: A Tiny, Disheveled Restaurant that Oozes French Charm

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Posted in Activities, Destinations, Europe, Food Tours, France

Northern France is a bit of a secret place for foodies. Its gourmet reputation is well known, but only amongst those who live there. Saint Omer for instance, just 30 minutes inland from the French port of Calais, has a great little bistro in the old town – Chez Tante
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Eating London’s Soho

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Posted in Europe, Food Tours

Whilst eating my way around the square mile of Soho I got to meet some of its food heroes – the people who create the greatest food in the capital. Like a gin-infused meat pie at The London Gin Club, La Bodega Negra’s modern-day twist on tacos, the Spanish ham
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Jamaica Day Trip to Falmouth

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Posted in Caribbean, Cruise, Culinary, Food Tours


What to Expect
The Port of Falmouth is one of the newer ones in the Caribbean. It was opened in 2011 to house the new mega ships and give another itinerary choice in Jamaica. Since it is between Montego Bay (18 miles away) and Ocho Rios (59 miles away), it
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The Fabled Colonial Key West

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Posted in Accommodations, Activities, Adventure, Beach Vacations, Biking, Birdwatching, Cruise, Culinary, Family Travel, Festivals, Florida, Food Tours, Garden Tours, Gay and Lesbian Travel, Green Travel, Historical travel, Holiday Travel, Honeymoon and Destination Weddings, North America, Romance, Shopping, Solo Travel, Spiritual Travel, Style, The Journey, United States of America

Key West Aerial View by Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau Key West is described as the southernmost city giving visitors a taste of the Caribbean without even leaving the US. The tourist board even states Key West is a “unique tropical island city.” However it is defined, Key West is
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The Taste of Scotland’s Argyll

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Posted in Accommodations, Activities, Culinary, Food Tours, Scotland

Scotland’s west coast is synonymous with excellent seafood. Its miles of coastline land fresh catches every day that are immediately taken to the region’s finest tables. On route to Oban from Glasgow stop off at Fyne Ales (on the spectacular Loch Fyne), an award-winning brewer of craft beers. The ingredients
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Five Fabulous Bed and Breakfast Locations to Visit for Mother’s Day

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Posted in Accommodations, Beach Vacations, Culinary, Family Travel, Florida, Food Tours, Garden Tours, Hiking, Lodging, North America, Style, United States of America, Wild Life

Mother’s Day will be here before we know it and I can guarantee that most mothers would adore a getaway with you more than any other present you can imagine. Hotels and resorts are perfectly lovely, but there is nothing as comfortable, charming, and unique as a stay at a
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Seville: Discover the Secrets of Southern Spain

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Posted in Food Tours, Spain

From Bizet’s Carmen to Washington Irving’s Tales of the Alhambra, the lure of Spain’s Andalucía region has captivated travelers from around the world for centuries.  There is something captivating about the dry, arid region, where grandiose centuries-old cathedrals in Seville are surpassed in beauty only by the even older Islamic
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Good Eats in El Salvador

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Posted in Beach Vacations, Culinary, Destinations, Food Tours, South and Central America

Papusas at a market along the Ruta de los Flores There are few countries where you can drive from the mountains to the beach in just a few hours – with natural beauty bursting from a variety of resplendent vistas, El Salvador is certainly one of these places. Visitors might
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3 Things to Do in Boquete, Panama if You’re not a Birder or Mountain Hiker

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Posted in Activities, Birdwatching, Food Tours, Hiking, Planning, South and Central America

Perched in the misty hills some 3,800 feet above sea level in central Panama, the small town of Boquete (Spanish for ‘the gap’) has attracted countless visitors  interested in the flora and fauna of the cloud forest since its founding some 100 years ago. Boquete’s elevation gives it a dramatically different
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Highlights of Bridgetown, Barbados

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Posted in Activities, Adventure, Barbados, Beach Vacations, Caribbean, Culinary, Destinations, Family Travel, Food Tours, Garden Tours, Gay and Lesbian Travel, Green Travel, Historical travel, Holiday Travel, Honeymoon and Destination Weddings, Romance, Shopping

A View of Bridgetown By Nadia Ali Located in the Caribbean, Barbados appeals to visitors who simply want to kick back and enjoy the sun, sea, and surf. With its aqua blue sea and powdery beaches, you are never too far away from a place to sit and relax. But
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It’s a Great Location, But Does it Have a Free Breakfast?

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Posted in Accommodations, Food Tours

I took a bite of the delicious, hot quiche I was enjoying in our fabulous Carson Ridge Luxury Cabin in Carson, Oregon and just about swooned with pleasure. Not only was the breakfast delicious in every conceivable way, but it was even packed in a large basket and hand-delivered with
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5 Chocolate Lover’s Destinations

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Posted in Activities, Belgium, California, Culinary, Europe, Food Tours, France, Holiday Travel, Nevada, North America, Scotland, Shopping, United Kingdom

Nothing says love more than chocolate – well, at least for most people. Why not plan a getaway to a destination known for chocolate? Go to a far flung part of the world where the heavenly creation of sweetened food made from cocoa beans excites your taste buds. What could
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