5 Unique Experiences to Have in London

There’s no shortage of things to see and do in London but for my recent trip across the pond, I tried to go beyond the tourist attractions and delve into the local culture. Whether it’s your first time in London or your tenth, there are always opportunities to go the immersive route. Scroll below for

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Wine Guide to the Lavaux Vineyard Terraces

You don’t have to be a wine fanatic to appreciate Lavaux, but it certainly helps. Rooted in tradition, many wines from this region are still made like the Benedictines and Cistercian monks did in the 11th century. If you’re a white wine drinker, you’re in for an extra special treat. What to expect Before landing

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Innovative Indy: Cuisine & Cocktails

I’m going to be totally honest here. Before heading to Indy for Memorial Day Weekend, I didn’t have high hopes for the food and beverage scene. I hate to admit it but I think my years living in New York have made me a bit harder to please when it comes to food. However and

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Foodie Guide to Hawaii

This is a guest post from Heather M.  For a long time, I eschewed Hawaiian cuisine. Years of ill-fated attempts to enjoy the gravy-laden plates of rice and Spam in the Hawaiian restaurants of the mainland had taught me that the cuisine of the islands was greasy, flavorless and uninspired. But, as a budding foodie,

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Delicious Foods from Norway

Norway has a slew of traditional dishes that any avant-garde traveler would enjoy. and I tried most of them during my visit. Here are a few of my favorite foods from Norway. Breakfast: Waffels and Jam Shortly upon landing at Oslo airport I was greeted with a delicious breakfast that many Norwegians eat at the

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Foodie Guide to Cambridge

This post is by Kay Boatner, one of our contributors.  For statesiders not in the know, Cambridge is the quintessential picturesque college town. Think Princeton with more British accents, and fewer Jersey drawls. (No GTL’ing here, kids.) When I think of college, I think of food—whether it be the over-the-top dining hall brunch every Sunday,

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Foodie Guide to Adams Morgan

Earlier this summer I was intent on releasing my inner foodie and discovering exactly where I should be eating in DC. Anyone who’s ever visited our nation’s capital will know that Adams Morgan during the day has a completely different feel to it than the wild nightlife scene that has both helped and hurt the

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Foodie Guide to Seattle

This post is by Kay Boatner, one of our contributors.  During my trip to the Pacific Northwest I made sure to balance out my eating with a little outdoor exercise. Making the most of the spectacular mountains, oceans and parks, I partook in a little hiking and camping. Thank goodness I did or I’d weigh

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Foodie Guide to Lastarria

One of my favorite things about traveling is getting the chance to eat exotic and hopefully delicious food. Santiago released the inner South American in me (I’m French and Irish) and gave me everything I love and more. I’m talking ravioli, risotto, seafood….the list goes on and on. Here are a few of my favorite

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Best Boozy Brunches in NYC

Whether you live in New York City or are just visiting for the weekend, experiencing a typical NYC styled brunch should be near the top of your To-Do list. Rather than hopping aboard a double-decker tourist bus and watching New Yorkers eat from afar, get in on the action and head to a trendy brunch spot

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