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Review: Food Trails by Lonely Planet Foods

2017-06-26T07:35:46+00:00 October 19th, 2016|Food|

So many books get published on a daily basis, that it becomes overwhelming to even keep up with them. But one book I'm excited to review today is the Food Trails by Lonely Planet Foods book. It marries my two loves: food and travel. Keep reading to find out why you need this book before [...]

Contributors

2017-06-26T07:35:34+00:00 July 13th, 2016|

What a Trip is a travel resource with detailed reviews of hotels, travel gear, apparel and destinations for the active adventure baby boomer. Our group of experienced travel and food writers is led by Nancy D. Brown. We often accept hosted stay invitations to facilitate detailed lodging or destination reviews. When we receive a hosted [...]

Foodie’s Guide to Boston

2017-06-26T07:36:04+00:00 February 10th, 2016|Food, Restaurants and Dining|

The center of the resistance to the British and settled by the Pilgrims in 1620, Massachusetts is one of the six New England states. Explore Boston, its capital, and you'll discover a food lovers dream come true!  If you love food, then you must add Boston to your bucket list of places to travel in 2016. [...]

Top 5 Off-Season Adventures on Cape Cod

2017-06-26T07:36:10+00:00 January 13th, 2016|Travel|

Cape Cod, Massachusetts is one of America's favorite vacation destinations - during the summer, that is. Come the frigid New England winters and everyone seems to retreat back to their warm homes, but today I'm here to share that Cape Cod is alive and well all through the winter, with some fun and interactive experiences [...]

Top Five Spots to Eat in Nashville, TN

2017-06-26T07:36:17+00:00 October 14th, 2015|Food, Restaurants and Dining|

If you're looking to visit a city that thrives on culinary opportunities, Nashville, Tennessee is the place for you. Not only is it packed with delicious Southern eats (you'll eat the best fried chicken of your life) but culturally, Nashville is extremely varied with restaurants ranging from Italian all the way to Korean and in [...]