If you’re planning a trip to California wine country, you can’t miss these spots!Read More
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With so much history, royal fare, and pints to drink, we set out to experience a good mix of local hot spots, English classics, and foodie tours that everyone should experience in the United Kingdom’s most famous city. Learn about traditional British food, top restaurants, and cool bars to experience.Read More
The Crossroads Arts District is the up-and-coming area in downtown Kansas City. Breweries, coffee shops and new distilleries are popping up all across the neighborhood. In fact, there are five breweries (soon to be six) all in walking distance in this part of town . The neighborhood features gorgeous brick warehouses adorned with colorful art and has all the “hipster vibes”. It felt a bit like the east side of Austin, right in the middle of Kansas City, Missouri. We ate about 7 meals a day and drank from brunch to dusk, so rest assured, these recommendations are rock solid.Read More
We both love NFL games & tailgates, and the Kansas City Chiefs are having a stellar season. We intentionally planned to visit a to Kansas City during a Chiefs game in order to experience the fanfare and stadium food. Here’s what you need to know about arriving to the stadium, tailgating, and most importantly, the best things to eat!Read More
Willamette Valley is famous for pinot noir wine. There are plenty of fantastic wines and sweeping vineyards to enjoy while you are in Oregon wine country (over 500 wineries, actually). In between all your vino stops, you really need to get out and explore many of the amazing experiences, towns, and sights throughout Willamette Valley. Here are our recommendations for nine amazing things to do in Willamette Valley (other than wineries).Read More
New Orleans: a city filled with history, culture, Southern food and its fair share of ghost stories! There is something so special about the charming architecture and brass band music filling the streets of Nola. Cuisine from “the big easy” is big and heavy. Most regional dishes include seafood pulled right from the gulf. Food is often deep fried and commonly has a Cajun kick. Sounds pretty awesome, right!?! Click to learn about the best food in New Orleans, Louisiana.Read More