Whether you’re just passing through or planning on staying a while, it’s important to get a lay of the land food wise in any new city. A meal can make or break your memory of a place, so choose your restaurants wisely. Boise, Idaho has some great and unexpected culinary treats in store for you. There are many ways to get to know Boise and experience a lot of different cultural experiences and groups that Boise has to offer.
Brats, cheese, beer, the things you come to Milwaukee for right? Yes! If you leave Milwaukee without eating cheese curds, did you even come to Milwaukee?
I keep a running list of the places I would travel to. Some dream of historical monuments and natural landscapes.
I’m one of the lucky ones who could call Alexandria Old Town home at some point in my life. It’s been a bit less than a year since we moved more south , just about 40 minutes further down Virginia and there’s not a day that I don’t miss Alexandria.
For my birthday this year, we decided to hit the food-focused city of Madrid. There is a restaurant in every corner of this city and you will be spoilt for choice here. You can find anything from street food to casual eateries to fine dining spots to suit your budget and mood. Below are some of my personal recommendations.
I had no idea how living in London for three years would turn me into a complete foodie. While growing up near the Gulf of Mexico always meant fresh seafood & water views, I never knew what incredible Mediterranean restaurants were just across the Atlantic. While it may seem like a long flight to catch for a Michelan star meal, check out these Mediterranean eats that will leave you grabbing your passport for your post-quarintine getaway.
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.