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Where To Find The Best Food in Paris.featured

Paris was a slow burner for me. It’s not that I disliked it early on, but it wasn’t a love at first sight kind of situation, like other places have been before. Each time I visit I find myself falling into it a little deeper though, and truly beginning to understand and believe the mantra Read more

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Where To Find The Best Food In Icelandfeatured

Iceland’s appeal isn’t just in its glaciers and geysers. Sure, driving the captivating countryside is a huge part of the draw, but the food will exceed expectations just as quickly. The term fresh seafood takes on a whole new meaning in this small country, completely surrounded by isolated, Arctic waters. The easiest way to understand Read more

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Where To Find The Best Food in Madridfeatured

The following statement might sound somewhat counterintuitive, but it’s something I’ve learned to be true. Part of the lure, or maybe the advantage, that comes with being an avid traveler is actually the freedom you begin to feel that you’ve earned the right to start repeating places in which you are visiting. Sure, I still Read more

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Where To Find The Best Food in Copenhagenfeatured

  I had been to Copenhagen once before in 2008, on what was actually my very first venture in solo travel. I remember feeling completely liberated, but also undoubtedly a bit scared, nervous and not completely sure of what I was getting myself into. It’s interesting for me to look back on that now, knowing Read more

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Where To Find The Best Food in Londonfeatured

From April 2008 – February 2012 I lived in London.  London is my second home, London was the experience of a lifetime.  London is half of my heart.  The food scene in this sprawling, interesting, diverse and eclectic city rapidly changed and developed while I was there.  Now, in 2015, it does not seem to Read more

Where To Find The Best Food in Istanbul

Where To Find The Best Food in Istanbulfeatured

Istanbul is somewhat of a juxtaposition. It’s Old City versus New City, traditional versus liberal, European versus Asian. The food too can be described in much of the same way- you can easily grab a customary simit (sesame seed crusted bread rings) for $1 or an incredible pide (Turkish pizza) for a mere $2, or Read more

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Norfolk County : Englandfeatured

Also on this return to England excursion were several great days spent north of London, in Leicester.  A day trip was taken from there out to the eastern coast, to Norfolk County, where a surprise dinner reservation was waiting after a long and lovely day of driving the beautiful rapeseed covered hills and visiting the (chilly!) English beaches. Read more

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Where To Find The Best Food in Warsawfeatured

A few years ago, I was fortunate enough to spend a weekend in Warsaw with my friend Emily, who is Polish, but was living in London at the same time I was.  Many of her family members still live there, and to go with someone who is of that decent, speaks the language, and holds Read more

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Rome : Italyfeatured

Though I would like to, I cannot actually take the credit for this food guide to Rome.  My friend Tara is the source, who produced this awesome must-eat list after she spent three years living and earning her Masters degree in this fascinating city.  I only pass along what I trust are first-class recos and I do trust Read more

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Berlin, Germany.featured

In May 2012, I spent four weeks in Berlin.  I had been there several times before, but had never spent more than a few days at a time in the city.  With each visit it pulled me in more and more and I always left those short stints claiming that one day I’d go back Read more

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