Emilia-Romagna is considered by many to be the “bread basket” of Italy, the culinary heart of the country. A two-week visit isn’t enough time to try everything the region has to offer, but we did our best.
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For over an hour, we floated over the eastern part of the Dominican Republic. We gazed at the white buildings of Higuey and hovered over the ponds. We passed trees that looked like broccoli from our vantage point in the sky, sometimes hanging low over fields that seemed almost within reach.
Our travels mean we take thousands of photos to remember the journey. Here are just a few of the highlights from 2016.
Apparently we have been living under a rock. I have no other explanation for why we were unaware of the charm, culture, fun, and deliciousness in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
For well over a century, moonshiners in Tennessee have been making the good stuff in the hills, dodging the long arm of the law, and passing their recipes down through the generations. Building on that heritage, today’s Nashville distilleries come in all shapes and sizes.
As with everything else when we started planning our trip to Albania, the idea of Albanian food was a big question mark in our minds. For no good reason, our expectations weren’t high, but we assumed we would make the best of whatever we were faced with.
Xenses park defies explanation. And that’s kind of the point.
The beauty of Lubeck, Germany, is complemented by divine food, great shopping, and a proud history still visible across the city today. With so much to offer, this northern German city is not to be missed, even if you’re short on time.
Though I was less than a half-hour from Cinderella’s castle, it felt like a very different world as we approached the dock. And it was time for a very different kind of ride, too—it was time to see the natural beauty of Kissimmee in an airboat.
A social event, hopping from bar to bar, eating the best a place has to offer, and laughing along the way—this is tapas in Madrid.