Posts in Food + Drinks
Exploring Chicago in Three Days

No matter when or what your travel style, Chicago is always a good idea. Even now in February. Yes it’s cold but yes, it’s still beautiful and so much fun. I am happy to share my favorite places and my newest discoveries. Chicago is one of the best food and cultural destinations in the U.S., and a place that has something for everyone, this city has truly captured my heart.

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How to Spend 48 hours in Bordeaux, France

A very special city in our France trip was Bordeaux. It is located in the southwestern region of the country and it is considered to be the wine industry capital of the world. Although a big city in terms of geographical area, most of the tourist attractions are in the center of the city. There are wine stores at almost every corner where you can pick up a few rare bottles and do some fun and casual wine tastings. Get your walking shoes ready, because you will be walking a lot! This two day itinerary is geared towards travelers who want to take things by foot to enjoy all the sites this beautiful city has to offer.

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The 'merienda' tradition - south Florida edition

I grew up with the tradition of tea time or "la merienda" - the perfect afternoon snack. It usually consists of tea, coffee, or mate, with toast, a croissant, scone, cake or some sort of pastry, cookies - all sweet and very delicious.  Ideally, the "Merienda Tradition" is a time to relax and enjoy the company of family and friends.

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What to see in London as a First Time Visitor

A special post covering the must-visit spots in London for those first-time visitors! London is, by far, one of the most popular city destinations in the world. The city is quite big, so my recommendation is to at least spend 5 full days here. I think that five days will give you enough time to visit museums, well-known landmarks, and its historic architecture!

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Five Romantic dinner dates in Cartagena

Cartagena is such a great city to explore, especially with a loved one! There are little romantic corners all over the city. The perks of Cartagena, you can stay anywhere near the walled city and you’re only a quick uber ride or cab ride away! I think we all know that the fastest way to a woman’s heart is through her…stomach with REALLY good food!

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