Before I go anywhere I love reading reviews, seeing pictures, hearing people’s experiences. Not so I can pre judge however I like to be in the know and prepare myself.
Being in a relationship, 75% of the activities executed, are eating out and finding new places to eat! I live in the country side of Calgary, so venturing in to the city for a new food venue is always an adventure, here are my findings!
I’m often asked about the food and cuisine for vegetarian Pilgrims travelling along the way, especially as Spain and Portugal are both known for their meat and fish dishes.
It ain’t easy being a vegan on the Camino de Santiago! On the other hand, it isn’t impossible.
I definitely can admit that incorporating vending machine options into your travel diet doesn't exactly sound the most appealing. BUT, you will not be disappointed by the seemingly untrustworthy food you will encounter in any hotel, train station, etc.
Being a Vegetarian/Vegan or having any sort of dietary restrictions while travelling can be a bit of a challenge honestly. Places like Europe tend to be pretty good with non-meat based options but it can still be hard to find things while "on-the-go" all the time. Depending on how you like to travel.
The cuisine of the city of Philadelphia in the US state of Pennsylvania developed through history, the arrival of immigrants and what ingredients were available. In the days gone by, city taverns were the main meeting places for politicians and businessmen in the 18th century, and two Philadelphia landmarks were created in the 19th century. They were the Reading Terminal Market and Italian market.
Japan is vibrant country full of amazing sights and celebrations but I want to share with you a meal so amazing I came back for it twice. In Shibuya, Hachiko square is a small resteant called Cona.
Nashville isn't known for its burgers, but there is no shortage of unique burger options on the menus of local restaurants. These 10 are setting the bar mighty high with their original recipes and flavors.
For Volume 3, I have decided to compile a list of my favorite coffee shops in the city. As Seattle is literally THE city for coffee, this was a particularly hard list to compile. However, if you are in the city, whether for a visit, if you've just moved, or even if you have lived here all your life, you’d be remiss to not try at least one of these places, as they all offer amazing coffee, delightful ambience, and literal quirks that make them worthy of this list! If you haven't checked out Volume 1 and 2 yet, I suggest you do! As per usual, they are in no particular order.