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Food and Drink Adventure List

Travel Food and Drink Adventure List

As we all know food and drink are something that everyone loves, I’m sure there’s one dish you want to taste in its homeland. Countries are well-known for their culture, food, and drinks. Every traveler should have his own Food and Drink Adventure List

From a cup of coffee in Paris, to a vegetarian restaurant in North Carolina, all the way to a chocolate tour in Barcelona. You sure will find something to add to your Travel Food and Drink Adventure List

Restaurants Near Strasburg Railroad: Hershey Farm Restaurant

Why do trains and railroads bring out adventure feelings in people? What is it about them? Strasburg Railroad is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Lancaster, PA. A historic railroad with one of the oldest steam train in the world that showcases the history of railroads in America and you get the chance […]

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Fun Breakfast Restaurant Near Weeki Wachee, Florida – Leslie’s Bistro

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day for me. Well, technically not for me, but for my kids. My boys are extremely picky eaters but can shovel down a good breakfast. As a matter of fact, they can eat breakfast three times a day. So when we travel nothing can disrupt our breakfast […]

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Salpicon Colombia: Best Traditional and Fruity Drink in The Country

A huge prerequisite for me when visiting any part of the world is to always taste the local food and drink. Every single country has something that is extra special for either the country, city or town that you visit and in Colombia there are so many that I had a blast tasting many. My […]

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The Breakers Restaurants in Palm Beach: An Italian Experience

One of the biggest challenges families face when traveling is finding restaurants that cater to families with young kids. This usually means having some sort of entertainment or even distractions to keep the kids busy giving parents a chance to order and simply enjoy a glass of wine and some conversation. Italian Restaurant The Breakers […]

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Crabby Joes Restaurant Daytona Beach Review

A trend is forming for me. Whenever I head to a new spot I find myself doing massive searches online, but in the end usually go with the advice and recommendations of tourism board experts. Such was the case with Daytona Beach Florida. Gentry, from Daytona Beach Tourism office, when I asked her what is […]

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Simón Coll Chocolate: A Must Do Chocolate Tour in Barcelona

Living with a family of chocolate lovers, the idea of visiting one of the most popular chocolatiers in Spain, Simon Coll, was a must-do. Visiting and Touring Simon Coll Simon Coll is located about 45 minutes outside of Barcelona. What’s great about the area that Simon Coll is located in, is that it’s also the place […]

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Mio Vino Restaurant in Malaga: A Must Visit Flamenco Experience

Went looking for some Flamenco instead and found so much more. When searching for unique and fun restaurants during our trip to Malaga, Spain, I instantly gravitated to restaurants with Flamenco.  Spain is the birthplace of this passionate art and Malaga is so close to Granada, where it all started, I figured this will be […]

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The Tablao Flamenco Villa Rosa Experience: Flamenco Show in Madrid

Everyone in my family had something they needed to see or do while we were in Spain. My husband had two requests – Paella and climbing. My oldest boy to visit Real Madrid Bernabeu tour and climbing, my youngest same as my oldest (he does everything he does still) and me – Flamenco. Tonight was my […]

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La Ruta del Yalu in Guatemala: Working Farm Holidays

Going fishing for trout was a huge attraction when we lived in Costa Rica. We used to take our oldest boy all the time. You can catch your fish and then have the restaurant make it to your liking, usually fried. Now that my youngest son is five years old he’s got bit by the fishing […]

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Tapas in Granada Spain: Bet You Didn’t Know This About Tapas

Do you know what Tapa means in Spanish? The literal meaning is a top, a cover. Tapas originated centuries ago when travelers via horseback or carriage used to go to bars and order alcoholic drinks. Because of the rampant flies the bar owners used to put bread to cover the cup. Today, the traditional Tapa […]

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Cafe du Monde Riverwalk New Orleans – Our Second Home in NOLA

Beignets turned out to be not only the food of choice for my kids, but we found ourselves eating them literally for breakfast, lunch, and sometimes dinner. And this was true for four out of the seven days we were there. Needless to say, I gained at least five pounds of beignet goodness, something that […]

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La Fattoria Restaurant, Guatemala City: Real Homemade Italian Cooking

When I was in high school I had a really close friend who was old school Italian. When I say Old School, I mean her parents were off the boat with all the old traditions in tact. Her mother reminded me of The Godfather’s wife (Don Corleone). This was most true in her cooking. Honestly, […]

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Drinking, Dancing and Dining – Date Night at BB King West Palm Beach

This is a bit embarrassing to admit, but my husband and I haven’t gone dancing in almost a decade. Before we had kids we used to go out to clubs, listen to live music, dance. Then somehow, without us even realizing it, ten years have flown by. Now it is time to regain a bit […]

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4 Restaurants to Visit in Costa Rica

Back when I lived in Costa Rica I was able to do a lot of exploring. I also went back a couple of years ago to enjoy once more what it has to offer. During this time I was able to visit many restaurants. Out of all of them a few stood out to me for […]

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Pizza Grizzly – Oldest Theme Restaurant in Guatemala

Since living in Guatemala one of the biggest challenges we have had was finding good pizza. We have tasted every pizza made in Antigua and simply are not pleased. Isn’t pizza supposed to be an easy thing to make? Apparently not! Four years of living in Guatemala, my husband just remembered that when he was […]

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Fenicci’s of Hershey Review: Oldest Restaurant in Town

The restaurants I choose during my travels are much more than restaurants. If my family and I are about to spend an entire evening somewhere it usually needs to be an experience that will be remembered rather than just a place to fill our tummies. I focus on this for every place we visit and […]

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Nais Aquarium and Restaurant in Guatemala City

Eating is a huge part of traveling. So, when I was in the process of working with INGUAT, Instituto Guatemalteco de Turismo (Guatemala’s Tourism Board and Institue), for our private tour of Guatemala City, Nais Guatemala Restaurant was recommended. And Nais is definitely a great place to visit with kids, after a day of fun at […]

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Laru Beya Resort in Placencia Belize – Luxury Hotel Review

Our absolute most favorite place while visiting Belize in the main mainland area was Placencia. This tiny village at the tip of the peninsula is known for two amazing things: What is Placencia known for? 1. The Longest Beaches in Belize 2. The longest and narrowest main street in the world (it even made it […]

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Hotel San Carlos in Guatemala City: Elegance and Convenience

Every time my family and I go the US Embassy in Guatemala City we pass this gorgeous European style house. After several trips, I finally had a chance to find out what the place was all about it and it turns out it was a hotel. On a romantic weekend away from the kiddies, my husband and […]

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Beaches and Dreams in Belize: Beach Front Restaurant and Cabins

What do you do while watching sunsets and sipping on tropical drinks, in a beach front restaurant, as you vacation in Belize? You eat, and eat well! We stayed in Hopkins Village and had a chance to truly explore the area. Basically, it’s split up into two areas. One is close to the town, where […]

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