Posts tagged travel foodies
3 Ways Traveling the World Will Help You Find Your Tribe

When one chooses to travel they make a statement. They proclaim proudly that they’re hungry for life experiences, interested in expanding their horizons, and crave adventure. Traveling says more about a person than whichever sports jersey they rock, zip code they reside in, or even language that they speak! Here's how to find your tribe while traveling!

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5 Ideas For Your Next Baecation

Romance! It means something completely different depending on who you ask! While some couples prefer the “traditional” romantic gestures such as flowers, and chocolate, other couples lean more towards the “functional” romance… you know, when your partner cooks dinner and takes care of the clean-up too? Swoon! 

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Here's Why Northern Spain Needs to be Your Next Trip

The beauty of a country like Spain is that it is filled with a myriad of landscapes, cultures, languages and history. Each region has something special to offer and the north of the country feels like a romantic escape that will have you wanting to spend time in solitude exploring the city streets and luscious countryside. If the north of Spain has never been on your radar, here are a few reasons why it should be.

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Solo Travel Chronicles: Let's Go to Lisbon!

There are several solo-travel friendly cities in the world, but if you’re looking for a weekend getaway filled with exploration, you will not be disappointed by Lisbon. Portugal’s coastal capital city is filled with abundant color, great weather, glorious viewpoints and delicious food and is the perfect destination for your next solo trip.

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5 Tapas Recipes Every Gentleman Should Have in His Date Night Arsenal

Spain has produced a number or world renowned male chefs such as José Ramón Andrés Puerta and Ferran Adrià. You should admire these gentlemen as both are recognized for their ground breaking, creative, and innovative recreations of Spanish cuisine. Spanish gastronomy is very rich and complex but one of the simpler staples of Spanish cooking are Tapas. Want to impress Bae? Here's how! 

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Dig In With Much Bites: Celicioso — A Gluten Free Haven

This world is completely full of gluten. All the yummy things come littered with gluten; cupcakes, pasta, beer, you name it — gluten, gluten and more gluten. If it has no gluten, can one who is seriously coeliac guarantee that what's on offer has been prepared in a gluten free environment, free from all possible gluten contamination?

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Dig In With Much Bites: A Menu del Día Thats Worth It

La Colonial de Huertas is a Cuban joint with a mix of vibrant heat, super fresh ingredients and a pure, unadulterated passion for the art of filling a plate. This place offers a home-grown, no frills experience with Pura the chef at the heart of all the yummy food. It's impressive six day a week menu includes Cuban favorites such as Arroz a la Cubana, Cuban-style spaghetti with a meat packed sauce and green olives amongst other things called picadillo and the house specialty, Ropa Vieja – a shredded beef stew in a delicious tomato sauce; oh so tender and oh so flavorful.

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Mola Mucho: Cutzamala Mexican Restaurant

Cutzamala is a Mexican restaurant with dishes that make my heart smile such as chilaquiles, tacos al pastor and aguas frescas like hibiscus infused drinks and nachos to snack on. What makes this place different? Um, who else used to take advantage of family trips to Sam’s Club to eat all the samples?  Raise those hands, people! There’s something wonderfully exciting and soothing about eating dinner in a market. 

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Dig In With Much Bites : Goiko Grill

"One of our goals is to make Goiko Grill your second home and to convert you into a Goiko Grill burger addict," publicly asserted Goiko Grill. "Yeah right," I said. Little did I know that I would become an addict to these burgers. I honestly don't know what it is but I cannot stop going to Goiko Grill. Since my first visit to this place way back when, I have struggled eating other burgers. 

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Where to Go Based on Your Travel Personality: Madrid Day Trips

One of the best parts of living in Madrid is how centrally located it is! Between Atocha Renfe station as well as Chamartin... and the various other bus terminals and train stations, one can — without exaggeration — get from one end of the country to the next. But what about those days when you want to see something new, but your cash is limited, or maybe you're just pinched for time? I've compiled a few day trips that are (relatively) accessible and most definitely worth a look. 

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