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America’s Best Food & Wine Festivals 2018

America’s Best Food & Wine Festivals 2018

This monthly guide covers the largest and best culinary festivals in the United States in 2016. January Jan 24 – 28  Key West Food & Wine Festival; Key West, FL, keywestfoodandwinefestival.com, 305-292-1622 Jan 26 – 28  Oregon Truffle Festival; Eugene, Oregon, oregontrufflefestival.com, 503-296-5929 Jan 26 – 28  Naples Winter Wine Festival; Naples, FL, napleswinefestival.com, 888-837-4919 Jan 26 – 28  Mohegan Sun Winefest; Uncasville, CT, www.sunwinefest.com, […]

Museum Special Exhibitions: Winter 2018

Museum Special Exhibitions: Winter 2018

The Winter 2018 guide to the best art exhibitions and shows in museums in the United States and Europe. USA & CANADA ATLANTA High Museum of Art 1280 Peachtree Street (b/w 15th & 16th Streets), Website “Making Africa: A Continent of Contemporary Design” – through January 8 BOSTON Museum of Fine Arts 465 Huntington Ave, […]

Tulum

Tulum

The bustling city of Tulum is of three worlds – an old Yucatan town full of cheap taco spots, high end designer rental houses, and environmentally conscious beachside resort living. With this year’s Noma pop-up putting Tulum on the radar of every travel publication in the world, we decided to take a look at what’s […]

Agrigento – Valley of the Temples

Agrigento – Valley of the Temples

The city of Agrigento lies near the southern coast of Sicily with only the Mediterranean separating it from North Africa. On a long ridge across from the modern city, lie the ruins of Akragas, one of the crown jewels of the ancient world and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Here the remains of seven Greek […]

Eating & Drinking in Montreal

Eating & Drinking in Montreal

Since our last visit to Montreal a number of years ago, the dining scene has exploded. Part of this can be traced back to the 2005 debut of Joe Beef  – now part of a buzzy mini-group of three hotspots – and its perennial inclusion on the World’s Fifty Best Restaurants list. But just as […]

Five National Parks to Visit for the Centennial

Five National Parks to Visit for the Centennial

America’s National Park System is celebrating 100 years in 2016. Here are five diverse, under the radar destinations for you to visit this year. Mammoth Cave National Park, Bowling Green, KY is the longest known cave system in the world and has an abundance of hiking, biking, equestrian and water trails for visitors. More than 400 […]

Stockholm

Stockholm

Stockholm glistens majestically in the warmer months as residents pour into the streets and explore the city’s 30,000 islands and islets. Meander through the picturesque old town, explore a historic sailing vessel or take a ferry to a sparsely populated outer island for a unique vacation that, thanks to a stronger dollar, is no longer […]

How to Travel to Cuba

How to Travel to Cuba

  Update June 2017: Personal travel is again off limits for Americans. Check the Treasury Department website for more details. Tourism to Cuba is booming, up 25% year on year, and with the recent loosening of US travel regulations, arrivals to the island are likely to skyrocket. Whether the country is ready for the influx […]

Europe’s Best Beer Drinking Destinations

Europe’s Best Beer Drinking Destinations

Beer experts Bob and Ellie Tupper have just released their new book, Drinking in the Culture, an exhaustive guide to all the best places to drink beer in Europe. Here are their top 10 favorites in an excerpt from the book. #10.  Sheffield, England.  Hop off a train and into a bar. Many European cities […]

The Truth about REAL ID

The Truth about REAL ID

2016 is the year the Feds promise to crack down on REAL ID hold-outs. Or is it? What is an Enhanced Driver’s License (EDL) and will that be good enough? There’s a lot of information out there about REAL ID and EDLs so what is truth and what is fiction? Here’s what you need to […]

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Rabat, Morocco

Rabat, Morocco’s capital city, is flush with history and culture unbeknownst to the many Morocco-bound tourists who flock to Tangiers and Casablanca. For those who venture off the beaten path, however, Rabat will prove just as rewarding.

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