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New Book Highlights Historic South End

by The Boston Sun Staff @ The Boston Sun

By Beth Treffeisen On a rare warm, rainy night in January, members of the community packed into the South End Historical Society at 532 Massachusetts Avenue to hear Lauren Prescott, the executive director talk about her newly released book, “Boston’s South End.” Visitors sat in awe as they listened to Prescott outline her research and show off what she found as she flipped through slides outlining the postcard history found in the book. “The point of doing the book was to highlight the South End Historical collection because we don’t have a dedicated exhibit space,” said Prescott. “It will make it more accessible to readers, while also sharing what the society has to offer.” The book started only one month into Prescott’s role as executive director at the South End Historical Society when she attended a local history conference in 2016. While there, she ran into someone from Acadia Publishing who worked with the previous executive director on another book. After having a discussion, Prescott was asked if she would be willing to make another historical book on the South End that highlights the collection at the historical society. “I thought, how hard could it be to make a book?” […]

Last Minute Antipasti for Holiday Entertaining

by Michele @ Boston Food Tours – Michele Topor

Parties are part of the fun of the holiday season, and there’s no question that large gatherings are the traditional way to bring family and friends together. But it seems that nowadays most people work longer hours, have overcommitted lifestyles and don’t always have the time to prepare elaborate events. ... [Read More]

Seafood Expo Global/Seafood Processing Global: La plus grande exposition mondiale dédiée aux produits de la mer fête ses 25 ans

by Adam Morris @ Seafood Expo Global

Bruxelles, Belgique (14 avril 2017) – La prochaine édition de Seafood Expo Global/Seafood Processing Global, produite par Diversified Communications, aura lieu à Bruxelles, en Belgique, du mardi 25 au jeudi 27 avril. Pour sa 25e édition à Bruxelles, le cru 2017 sera le plus grand en termes d’espace d’exposition selon les organisateurs de l’événement. Plus...

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Top 10 things to do in Abu Dhabi

by tempo_admin @ Tempo Holidays

The capital of the United Arab Emirates is having a moment. From stopover city to popular holiday destination in its own right, Abu Dhabi has been transformed into a city full of cultural, culinary and architectural wonders. Whether stopping for a few nights or lingering a little longer, here are some of the best ways … Continue reading Top 10 things to do in Abu Dhabi

48 Hours in Austin

by Bethany Larson Bloch @ The HUNT Guides

Austin has long beckoned creative souls, musicians and offbeat misfits. But in the past few years, its appeal has extended to techies, indie filmmakers and foodies, too. It’s a mix that elsewhere might struggle to find common ground — not so in Austin. A blend of Southern hospitality and earthy...

The Art of Being Boston Sneaky

by The Boston Sun Staff @ The Boston Sun

By Phineas J. Stone Boston is notorious for low-level scams, putting on the hustle and general dirty tricks. In fact, a native might be so adept that you may not even know you’ve been scammed until you’re five miles on the other side of the Mystic/Tobin. Around here, it’s good to be a sneak. You’re better for it. The pressures are so great to hoodwink you in this city – whether it’s the City or some neighborhood con man – that one has to be on the offensive. So it is we come to the space savers – the biggest, most laughable scam within the City limits. I’m not talking about the age old practice of saving spaces with various bits of garbage. I’m talking about the Br’er Rabbit song and dance the crafty neighborhoods around the city pull on undiscerning pols. It goes a little like this: So every year we have a big snowstorm and the entirety of the neighborhood (minus the South End, of course) puts out space savers, but no one moves them. Then the mayor gets mad and comes down hard on the community – threatening to trash them if they’re not moved. The community […]

15 Common Travel Scams (And How To Avoid Them)

15 Common Travel Scams (And How To Avoid Them)


Expert Vagabond

Shady people love to take advantage of unsuspecting tourists. It’s easy to become a victim. These are the most common travel scams around the world.

Newseum to Open Photo Exhibit Exploring the Tet Offensive

by Newseum @ Newseum

The exhibit includes tactile images and audio interviews with Marines who fought in the bloodiest battle of the Vietnam War.
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Chicago Ethnic Food Tours • Lakeshore Magazine

Chicago Ethnic Food Tours • Lakeshore Magazine


Lakeshore Magazine

Beyond the usual tourist destinations, visitors to Chicago and life-long residents alike may experience numerous cultures and traditions in ethnic...

5 Big Ol’ Myths About Travelling Across America

5 Big Ol’ Myths About Travelling Across America

by tishjarrett @ Trashgirl on Tour

Many of us would love to travel across the States but there’s always a reason not to. My advice is to just book your flights as soon as you have the capacity to do so, and you’ll soon find the solutions for any issues you expected to come up against. Here are some common misconceptions … Continue reading 5 Big Ol’ Myths About Travelling Across America

The sunny side of storm-watching

The sunny side of storm-watching

by Dave Pottinger @ The Province

Storm-watching has been a boon for Tofino and Ucluelet’s winter economy. Ever since hotels started promoting the wild waves, lashing rain and strong winds that often occur between November and March as a must-see for visitors, they’ve turned the west coast of Vancouver Island into a year-round tourism destination. But what happens when the weather […]

How to Never Wait in Line at a Tourist Attraction Again

by Wendy Perrin @ Wendy Perrin

Why waste your precious vacation time battling crowds and waiting in lines? Popular tourist sites the world over grow more congested every year and, sadly, the typical fixes—reserving an entry time, booking a “skip-the-line tour”—are not always a good solution. So I thought I’d share the best fixes I’ve found. Reserving a time slot might ...

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Lunch Anyone? Le’s Vietnamese Cuisine | BU Today | Boston University

Lunch Anyone? Le’s Vietnamese Cuisine | BU Today | Boston University


BU Today

An inexpensive Allston restaurant specializing in noodle soups

One day three ways: Boston

One day three ways: Boston


Traveller

Head to the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum for insights into the president's life.

Record Attendance at Seafood Expo Global/Seafood Processing Global

by Adam Morris @ Seafood Expo Global

Brussels, Belgium (7 June 2017) – Seafood Expo Global/Seafood Processing Global, which took place 25-27 April 2017 in Brussels, Belgium, set record-breaking results making it the largest ever event in terms of both exhibit space and attendance numbers. The world’s largest seafood exposition is organized by Diversified Communications.  More than 28,500 buyers and suppliers from...

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Italian Magic Potions to Begin or Top Off A Lusty Meal

by Michele @ Boston Food Tours – Michele Topor

Over the past decade Italian food, wine and life style have permeated our lives. Have you ever wondered about all those beautiful Italian bottles lined up behind the bar, or picked up a wine list to see the headings “Aperitif”, “Grappa”, or “Amaro”?

These are consumed in a ritual fashion either before or after the meal to prepare for or aid the digestive process. ... [Read More]

A Mini Food Tour of Vietnam

A Mini Food Tour of Vietnam


Trashgirl on Tour

Vietnamese food is blowing all the way up. It first came onto my “must try” radar a few years ago, but when I began scheduling Vietnam into my trip, the cuisine was an enormous contribu…

School Closings

by CBS Boston @ CBS Boston

CLOSINGS PROVIDED BY THE WBZ-TV STORMCENTER LATEST: TRAFFIC | WEATHER CONDITIONS •CBS BOSTON WILL NO LONGER BE SENDING SCHOOL CLOSING TEXT ALERTS •SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS – REPORT CLOSINGS OR REGISTER School closings / delays on this page are current as ofWednesday, January 24, 2018 - 09:03AMAlhuda Academy, Worcester.Private SchoolOpening 2 hours lateBishop Guertin High School.Private SchoolOpening […]

Cathedrals, Pasta and Sultry Seville Nights: day two

Cathedrals, Pasta and Sultry Seville Nights: day two

by tishjarrett @ Trashgirl on Tour

My second real day in Seville was actually spent in Córdoba, a venture that could have been even more amazing if I had the good sense to plan it better. My third and final day, I marked all the sights I hadn’t seen on my Maps.Me in blue and began to walk. My breakfast was … Continue reading Cathedrals, Pasta and Sultry Seville Nights: day two

Victor Davis Hanson’s THE SECOND WORLD WARS reviewed in the American Spectator

by Connie Capone @ Hachette Book Group

“As I struggle in my office to capture Hanson’s analytical tour de force in review, I can see the shelf full of books on World War II that I’ve read over the decades. After reading Wars, I believe I have a firmer grasp of the big picture — very big picture indeed — of how this conflict began, the various tortuous paths it took, and how it resolved the way it did than after digesting all of these other volumes. Reviewers are sometimes over-quick to label a book essential. For readers who wish to fully understand World War II, this book is.”

My 20 Day United States Itinerary

My 20 Day United States Itinerary

by tishjarrett @ Trashgirl on Tour

I wanted to go for sixty days initially, then one month, but in the end around three weeks was the most workable solution with work and life being how it was. I booked my flight from New York to London first, because I didn’t know how long I would be able to spend in the … Continue reading My 20 Day United States Itinerary

The Top Breakfast Spots in Sydney

by Bethany Larson Bloch @ The HUNT Guides

Cornersmith. Image courtesy of the venue. With so much swimming and walking to do, Sydneysiders need their breakfast, and there are plenty of cafés that serve up the most important meal of the day made with quality ingredients like hand-blended muesli and free-range eggs to just-picked spinach. And it all...

#VeteranOfTheDay Air Force Veteran Gary Peterson

by Nick Pearlman @ VAntage Point

Gary Peterson served three tours in Iraq. His duties included leading teams responsible for transportation, fuel, planning and supply chain management.

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Bangkok’s Loveliest Riverside Restaurants

by Bethany Larson Bloch @ The HUNT Guides

Resort Sala Rattanakosin. Image courtesy of the venue. Besides offering a welcome escape from city traffic and smoggy air, dining on the banks of the Chao Phraya River gives one a glimpse of old Bangkok, amidst Buddhist temples, wooden houses, former warehouses and faded-brick shophouses. The steady river breeze, creaking...

YUM! An Italian Food Market Tour of Boston's North End

YUM! An Italian Food Market Tour of Boston's North End


Around the World "L"

I expected luscious Italian food in my mouth during the Boston North End Italian market tour I just returned from, but I didn't realize I would also learn shocking facts about my own kitchen and city. Our tour group of a dozen folks from around the country assembled at 10am just past the Haymarket T

Boston Chinatown Tour - Free Tours by Foot

Boston Chinatown Tour - Free Tours by Foot


Free Tours by Foot

Ever wondered what’s going on in the Bustling streets of Boston’s Chinatown? Come and discover the vast world of Asian culinary arts and explore the historical depth behind the cuisine. Boston’s Chinatown is one of the most interesting historical sites in the city, and its no mystery that there is an enormous variety of restaurants, …

Seats - Business Class | Vietnam Airlines

Seats - Business Class | Vietnam Airlines


Vietnam Airlines

Experience our Business Class cabin facilities and make your journey interesting and enjoyable.

Festa di San Giuseppe and Zeppole

by Michele @ Boston Food Tours – Michele Topor

In Italy la festa dei papa, the equivalent of Father’s Day, falls on March 19, the feast of San Giuseppe (St. Joseph), the husband of Mary and the foster father of Jesus. Italians celebrate with special foods and gifts from the children to their Babbo (Daddy in Tuscany, ... [Read More]

Boston Organics: Promoting healthy food habits with SAP Business One

Boston Organics: Promoting healthy food habits with SAP Business One


Netika Vietnam

  Boston Organics: Promoting healthy food habits with SAP Business One Boston Organics used several systems and databases to manage their clients, inventory and deliveries, which over the years became highly inefficient and didn’t allow to introduce improvements in their business model. By SAP News Center Source: SAP News Center

Learn From My Mistakes: Córdoba

Learn From My Mistakes: Córdoba

by tishjarrett @ Trashgirl on Tour

What’s great about Seville is there are some really great day trips only a few hours out of town. The city is well linked by train, and Renfe trains are fast, clean and easy to book. My choice was between Cadiz, Jerez and Córdoba, and Córdoba won. My second day in Seville would be a … Continue reading Learn From My Mistakes: Córdoba

Globe Export/Algues de Bretagne and Cozy Harbor Seafood Take Top Honors at 2017 Seafood Excellence Global Awards

by Katie Emery @ Seafood Expo Global

Brussels, Belgium – (25 April 2017) Globe Export/Algues de Bretagne of Rosporden, France and Cozy Harbor Seafood of Portland, Maine in the USA won the top prizes in the Seafood Excellence Global awards at Seafood Expo Global, the world’s largest and most prestigious seafood event. The winners were selected from a field of 43 finalists...

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GTI Properties Seeks Residential Building for Harrison Ave Block

by The Boston Sun Staff @ The Boston Sun

By Seth Daniel GTI Properties President Mario Nicosia unveiled initial plans to the Old Dover Neighborhood Association on Tuesday night, Jan. 16, for a new, 70-foot residential building in what is now a parking lot next to the Cinquecento Restaurant building – a new building that would fill in the gap in the existing streetscape. The building would be at sidewalk level and would include 16 rental units and a marquee, 5,000 sq. ft. retail space, with an addition two small storefronts on the ground level in the back of the building. “The building would be in the parking lot on the left side of the existing elevator shaft that serves the building with Cinquecento Restaurant,” said Nicosia. “At the time I developed the existing building, my intention was at some point to add a building to that other side. This building is a duplication of that building. It will be the same height, maybe a little bigger. It will look the same with the brick and granite, but it will be a little more modern because there is more glass…It’s going to be a very, very attractive building.” He said the official City process would begin soon, and they […]

Food tour of Vietnam | Audley Travel

Food tour of Vietnam | Audley Travel


Audley Travel

Southeast Asia is home to some of the most unique and delicious food in the world. We've highlighted our favorite spots for must-try dishes in Vietnam.

Every Calorie I consumed in Rome

Every Calorie I consumed in Rome

by tishjarrett @ Trashgirl on Tour

I’ve been back from Rome for quite a few days and I’m still feeling full. Someone commented on my instagram feed “stai sempre a magnà” and I was like, duh. Did I or did I not come here for that purpose? I ate in Rome. I like, ate. In some places I forgot the name … Continue reading Every Calorie I consumed in Rome

The Best Hanoi Street Food Tour - The Foodie Dietitian

The Best Hanoi Street Food Tour - The Foodie Dietitian


Kara Lydon

Hanoi, Vietnam is the place to go for delicious, authentic street food and Hanoi Street Food Tours is the company to book with. Recapping the best Hanoi street food tour!

My Food Trends for 2015

by Michele @ Boston Food Tours – Michele Topor

I love reading what the food and restaurant industry as well as food entrepreneurs predict for yearly food trends. So I’ve taken the liberty to make my own forecast for what I would like to see trending in the New Year. Here’s my list and yes…there is a theme:

#1 – ... [Read More]

SUPER FOODS PERÚ LAUNCHES AT SEAFOOD EXPO GLOBAL 2017

by Adam Morris @ Seafood Expo Global

Today, Tuesday 25th April, PROMPERÚ’s brand ‘SUPER FOODS PERÚ” will launch officially at Seafood Expo Global 2017 in Brussels. At 12pm the ribbon will be cut to inaugurate the PROMPERÚ stand in the presence of the Ambassador of Peru to Brussels and Peru’s Minister of Production, as well as other authorities and representatives from the...

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30 Ways to Feel Like a Local When You Travel

by Sara Tucker @ Wendy Perrin

My aunt Ruth, a wise woman, once popped into a city hall and asked to speak with the mayor. The mayor was produced, and Aunt Ruth said, “I bring you greetings from Ringwood, New Jersey!” The mayor, whose town was also called Ringwood, responded with a guided tour. It was one of the highlights of ...

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Best Day Tour in Hanoi, Vietnam - Bon Traveler

Best Day Tour in Hanoi, Vietnam - Bon Traveler


Bon Traveler

Hanoi with the experts.

Grow Good Food with Yellow Tractor Gardens

by Alicia O'Connor @ Lakeshore Magazine

For Wendy Irwin, the Founder and CEO of Yellow Tractor, this is personal.  Growing up in the shadow of Texas...

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Exploring Sri Lanka

by tempo_admin @ Tempo Holidays

“You must try the pepper crab. It’s the best in the whole country. I must warn you to go easy with the sambal though, it’s pretty fiery.” In the stylish restaurant, music, conversation and chinking glasses create a soundtrack of conviviality, as waiters slip between crowded wooden tables, bearing platters of fresh crabs the size … Continue reading Exploring Sri Lanka

Argentine Red Shrimp

by Adam Morris @ Seafood Expo Global

Are you looking for the most popular shellfish on the market? It’s  waiting  for you at BOOTH P-4519. Visit the Argentine  Pavilion where a qualified  group  of companies will provide you with this spectacular product: the ARGENTINE  RED SHRIMP,  100%  natural,  sustainable  and wild  caught  from  the  deep  and clean waters of  the  South Atlantic...

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Office Artifacts: John Marston

by Meaghan Glendon @ BU Today

In his course Eating and Drinking in the Ancient World (which he will teach again in spring 2019), John Marston introduces students to what our ancestors ate a very long time ago. Last semester, the College of Arts & Sciences assistant professor of archaeology and anthropology obtained grain used in ancient times and baked bread to give students […]

Vietnamese Pho Recipe

Vietnamese Pho Recipe


Steamy Kitchen Recipes

Authentic Pho recipe from award-winning cookbook author and foremost expert in Vietnamese cuisine, Andrea Nguyen.

Return to New York: Museums, Galleries and Feminism. 

Return to New York: Museums, Galleries and Feminism. 

by tishjarrett @ Trashgirl on Tour

 The plan for my very last day was ambitious. Wake up early, get breakfast from Duane Read, go to the Museum of Sex, then walk to Central Park to quickly see it as I walked up to Dylan’s Candy Bar to get a sugar hit, get the subway to Washington Heights to see the Cloisters, … Continue reading Return to New York: Museums, Galleries and Feminism. 

The New Hot Address in Town is One Dalton:Campion and Company to be Exclusive Marketing Agent

by Beth Treffeisen @ The Boston Sun

Tucked behind the Christian Science Center and the Prudential Center in the Back Bay, a concrete outline of a tower is starting to grow into what will become One Dalton, a Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences. Once construction is over, it is expected to be a towering architectural landmark in the heart of downtown Boston. One Dalton will be like no other tower in Boston. Once built, it will be the tallest residential building in New England, rising 691 feet. It will have 360-degree views of downtown Boston, the Charles River, Boston Harbor and beyond. Even before the building is complete, Campion and Company, a boutique real estate agency that specializes in luxury property in the downtown Boston area and beyond is the exclusive marketing agency for One Dalton. “I’m extremely excited to be representing Four Seasons with their second residency in Boston,” said Tracy Campion founder of Campion and Company and Boston’s number one selling residential real estate broker. “The Four Seasons is the 5-star hotel; it’s the lap of luxury. This will put us internationally on the map and people will know of the brand.” Campion and Company are ranked number one for Boston Market Share. Collectively, […]

Turkish Seafood Sector says “Turkey: Discover the potential” at Seafood Expo Global 2017

by Adam Morris @ Seafood Expo Global

Turkish national participation at the Seafood Expo Global which is known as one of the most important shows in the world, is carried into effect under the auspices of the General Secretariat of Istanbul Exporters’ Associations. Leading firms from the Turkish Seafood sector will be exhibited on 15 stands at booths 2101, 2201 and 2301,...

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Cruise Trends in 2018: What Your Waistline Has Been Waiting For

by Carolyn Spencer Brown @ Wendy Perrin

One of the best things about chronicling cruise travel over the past 20 years has been watching the industry morph from a sedate and somewhat sedentary form of travel—in which dining times were assigned and bus tours were about the limit of sightseeing—to there’s-a-cruise-for-every-traveler-out-there. Seriously, there really is, no matter if you’re more inclined to ...

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Residents Still Concerned Over Natural Gas Pipeline

by Beth Treffeisen @ The Boston Sun

As National Grid is in the final stages of securing the rights to snake a natural-gas main extension through the Back Bay, concerned residents, in almost a last-ditch effort, came out to stop the pipeline. At a public hearing put on by the Neighborhood Association of the Back Bay (NABB) and National Grid in the Rabb Lecture Hall at the Boston Public Library on Tuesday, Jan. 19, residents continued to share their concerns over installing the new pipeline. “There are a lot of questions in this neighborhood about exactly what this proposed pipeline is and what to expect when it is installed, especially since we’ve noticed in some parts of Back Bay that National Grid is still working on some replacement pipelines,” said Martyn Roetter, chair of NABB. “Obliviously, installing gas pipelines in winter is not something that is generally recommended. At the same time, we recognize that a lot of us have concerns about the broader issues associated with the introduction of new gas pipeline and the structure at this time given all of the concerns about climate change.” National Grid has already secured permits needed from the Boston Improvements Commission on Dec. 7 and is in current negotiations with the […]

Every Chicagoan Needs to Take These Food & Drink Tours

Every Chicagoan Needs to Take These Food & Drink Tours


Thrillist

Walking, eating, drinking: the circle of life.

Mediterranean Lifestyle

by Michele @ Boston Food Tours – Michele Topor

January is all about fresh starts. Whose resolutions haven’t included eating better, exercising more, quitting smoking, or participating in more cultural activities? My resolution is to adopt Italy’s Mediterranean lifestyle. Italians have long been envied for their rich, celebratory lifestyle, but it’s the simple elements of well-being in lifestyle and diet that have made their culture one of the healthiest and most respected. ... [Read More]

Globe Export/Algues de Bretagne et Cozy Harbor Seafood remportent la palme aux Seafood Excellence Global Awards 2017

by Katie Emery @ Seafood Expo Global

Bruxelles, Belgique – (25 Avril2017) Globe Export/Algues de Bretagne de Rosporden, en France, et Cosy Harbour Seafood de Portland, dans le Maine aux États-Unis, ont remporté les meilleurs prix lors des Seafood Excellence Global Awards à Seafood Expo Global, le plus grand et le plus prestigieux événement mondial consacré aux produits de la mer. Les...

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Rabbit Proofing the Kelleher Rose Garden

by The Boston Sun Staff @ The Boston Sun

By Beth Treffeisen Hidden behind a lush green yew hedge, the James P. Kelleher Rose Garden is Boston’s very own secret garden. During the warm summer months the garden blooms with over a thousand roses, making it a destination not only for Bostonians and from visitors from across the world. But one cute and fluffy animal is threatening the livelihood of the rose garden – bunnies. Although these adorable creatures can be found throughout the Emerald Necklace, there is one place that gardeners do not welcome their grubby paws and that is within the Kelleher Rose Garden. In order to help protect the roses from being eaten by rabbits the Boston Parks and Recreation has committed $170,000 from the 2018 City of Boston Capital budget to upgrade and rabbit-proof the garden, which is located in the Back Bay Fens. “There are a lot of roses lost and we are spending a lot of money on rose replacement,” said Karen Mauney-Brodek the executive director of the Emerald Necklace. “I know this is going to be a welcome change.” Currently, a patchwork of fences from chain link fences to chicken wire now lines the garden, making it unsightly. “The things have become […]

Journalists Visit Newseum for IPW Press Brunch

by Heather Bien @ Newseum

IPW is the world's biggest gathering of tourism professionals.
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Skylines, Santa Maria and Sultry Seville Nights: day one

Skylines, Santa Maria and Sultry Seville Nights: day one

by tishjarrett @ Trashgirl on Tour

Seville had been on my list of places to visit since I was eighteen and planning an interrailing trip that never was. My time in Mojácar had come to an end but I knew I still wanted to be somewhere that wasn’t London. I booked the five hour onward train to Seville and arrived as … Continue reading Skylines, Santa Maria and Sultry Seville Nights: day one

Fritole Della Venezia Giulia

by Michele @ Boston Food Tours – Michele Topor

With Ash Wednesday’s imminent arrival, and the gastronomic restraints of Lent looming, Italians view Carnevale as an excuse for over-indulgence. Fritole, or Fritelle are a Venetian treat popular during Carnevale, although they can be enjoyed as snacks any time of the year. Classic Venetian Fritole contain raisins or bits of candied fruit, ... [Read More]

Customer success video: Fortress Technology doubles its sales record with SAP Business One®

by jean @ Netika Vietnam

With operations in Canada, Brazil and the UK, Fortress Technologies manufactures bespoke metal detection equipment for applications such as food and pharmaceuticals. Prior to implementing SAP Business One in 2011, the was no consistency in information, with each of its three entities talking a different reporting language. Now, Fortress benefits from standardised reporting and visibility […]

Fishtown, Philly’s Fish-Loving, Colorful Street Art!

by Lillie @ Around the World "L"

Art-soaked Fishtown, Philadelphia was my destination last month, touring with my best friend, Marleny. Is there any other spot that has gone so full-out on themed decorations? Even the public trash cans have fish on them! Come walk the streets of Philly’s Fishtown with me to see… Fishtown used to be the heart of —… [Read More]

2018 Tour Announcement: Travel With Me To Kamchatka, Russia!

by Matthew Karsten @ Expert Vagabond

You guys have been asking to travel with me for years, now I'm finally going to make it happen! Join me this spring for my first adventure travel & photography tour to Kamchatka.

This is a post from The Expert Vagabond adventure blog.

Where to Eat in Williamstown, MA for Foodies and Families

by Lillie @ Around the World "L"

Reflecting on the best meal our family ate during travel around the Berkshire Mountains of Williamstown, Massachusetts this summer, I’m smiling just remembering The Store at Five Corners. This historic restaurant, cafe, and market spells mealtime success both for snooty foodies like me, and families with young, messy, and rambunctious children like ours. Let’s see why…… [Read More]

Return to New York: Midtown, Coney Island and Chelsea

Return to New York: Midtown, Coney Island and Chelsea

by tishjarrett @ Trashgirl on Tour

Back in New York, I was aware that my days on this trip were numbered. I had so many things to do and time was not on my side. I’ll tl;dr – there were too many things on my itinerary than hours remaining, so Washington Heights and the Cloisters museum, Museo del Barrio and revisiting … Continue reading Return to New York: Midtown, Coney Island and Chelsea

Modern Cabin

by Alicia O'Connor @ Lakeshore Magazine

Close your eyes and imagine the perfect lakeside cabin – warm and open with wood finishes and deep seating for...

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An Illustrated Guide to Why Madrid is not Shite.

An Illustrated Guide to Why Madrid is not Shite.

by tishjarrett @ Trashgirl on Tour

I will admit that I expected Madrid to be a bit like all your favourite celebrities in 2016. A bit dead. 2017 was the year I learned to appreciate underrated cities. Like Mandalay, Da Nang and Salinas before it – cities I previously didn’t give a toss about managed to impress me beyond realisation. Madrid … Continue reading An Illustrated Guide to Why Madrid is not Shite.

Eating Around The World For Under $50 Dollars in Boston

Eating Around The World For Under $50 Dollars in Boston


Spoon University

Travel the world without leaving Boston.

UK Summer Food Festivals

by tempo_admin @ Tempo Holidays

The English Summer and its new season of produce is upon us, which spells one thing; a fresh crop of brilliant food festivals popping up across the country. From all-out foodie extravaganzas including music and banquets at Port Eliot and Big Feastival, to niche, relaxed fare at the Isle of Wight’s Garlic Festival, whatever your … Continue reading UK Summer Food Festivals

Homemade Chicken Bone Broth

by Michele @ Boston Food Tours – Michele Topor

Homemade bone broth is one of the most traditional, nourishing, and nutrient-dense foods available. Chicken bone broth can be made with (1) a whole stewing hen (2) the carcasses from a roasted chicken or two. Every time you have roast chicken, save the carcass in the freezer until you have enough to make broth (3) 3-4 pounds of necks, ... [Read More]

National Pistachio Day

by Michele @ Boston Food Tours – Michele Topor

Wednesday, February 26th is National Pistachio Day here in the States, and although we love pistachios in any way, shape and form, there is no place on earth that produces pistachios superior to those from Bronte, in Sicily.

Sicily is the only place in Italy where pistachios grow, ... [Read More]

Seafood Expo Global/Seafood Processing Global Largest Global Seafood Exposition Celebrating 25 Editions

by Adam Morris @ Seafood Expo Global

Brussels, Belgium (14 April 2017) – The next Seafood Expo Global/Seafood Processing Global, produced by Diversified Communications, will take place in Brussels, Belgium, Tuesday 25 April through Thursday 27 April.  Celebrating 25 editions in Brussels, this year’s event will be the largest ever in terms of exhibit space according to event organizers. More than 1,800...

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Scottish delegation fishing for new international trade in Brussels

by Adam Morris @ Seafood Expo Global

24 April 2017: Following a record year for exports, Scottish seafood is set to make a splash next week at Seafood Expo Global, the world’s largest seafood show, held in Brussels on 25-27 April. A total of 46 Scottish companies will be heading over the water to do business at the seafood sector’s biggest global...

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Customer success: Wisdom of Nature Marketplace get smarter with SAP Business One version for SAP HANA

by jean @ Netika Vietnam

Wisdom of Nature Marketplace is an online platform to provide natural, healthy food and supplements with a special focus in offering the customers information about every ingredient in the products they are purchasing.  Faced with a challenge of constantly increasing sales volumes, the extensive number of products to deal with and the need to keep […]

Gastronomy 101: Swiss Food

by tempo_admin @ Tempo Holidays

When we think of Switzerland invariably we think of chocolate, cheese and the beautiful Swiss Alps. Rightfully so, Swiss Chocolate and Cheese are some of the best of its kind in the world, but there is so much more than these delicacies to enjoy in Switzerland. Due to Switzerland’s history, there is no one dominant cuisine: rather, … Continue reading Gastronomy 101: Swiss Food

The most beautiful Swiss rail journeys

by tempo_admin @ Tempo Holidays

Switzerland is known the world over for its delicious chocolate, incredible scenery and epic rail journeys. And all of these things form an essential part of any travels in Switzerland: imagine sitting back in a comfortable carriage eating delicious chocolate while looking out at incredible mountain and lake views. This daydream is not so out … Continue reading The most beautiful Swiss rail journeys

September Is for Seniors

by Newseum @ Newseum

During the entire month of September, the Newseum is offering special senior discounts, classes and free guided highlights tours!
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Island Hopping in Croatia

by tempo_admin @ Tempo Holidays

Croatia is growing in popularity as a summer tourist destination with its beautiful beaches, picturesque towns and stunning inland forests. Despite the growing number of people visiting every summer, there are still a number of islands that have not been overrun by tourism and hold their rustic charm. With Tempo Cruise Croatia we offer a number … Continue reading Island Hopping in Croatia

Come along on a tasting tour of some of Boston's best international cuisine

Come along on a tasting tour of some of Boston's best international cuisine


Public Radio International

Brazilian seafood stew, Vietnamese Banh Mi or Armenian Lahmajun — those are just some of the tasty delights on the menu for PRI's The World's Marco Werman and food critic Steve Dolinsky as they take a culinary tour of Boston.

Making Mermaid Magic in Mojácar

Making Mermaid Magic in Mojácar

by tishjarrett @ Trashgirl on Tour

“Where is it you live? Majorca Playa? Morocco? Maraca Player?” “Mojácar Playa. Mo-ha-car.” My Spanish speaking, Erasmus year taking best friend even wrote a Spanish language cheat sheet so I could arrive unscathed. She sent the bus timetables and it was all so very easy. From the minute I got ready to leave it was … Continue reading Making Mermaid Magic in Mojácar

Maccu di San Giuseppe

by Michele @ Boston Food Tours – Michele Topor

Although there are many variations in the dishes served at St Joseph’s altar, most of them include legumes and bread. Since it has been so cold in the Northeast this winter, it seems appropriate to celebrate the spring equinox as in classic times. So let’s clear the pantry of last year’s harvest in the expectations of the new harvest to come. ... [Read More]

Participation record à Seafood Expo Global / Seafood Processing Global

by Adam Morris @ Seafood Expo Global

Bruxelles, Belgique (7 juin 2017) – Seafood Expo Global / Seafood Processing Global, qui s’est déroulée du 25 au 27 avril 2017, à Bruxelles, en Belgique, a affiché des résultats record en devenant le plus grand événement en termes d’espaces d’exposition et de présence. La plus grande exposition mondiale des produits issus de la mer...

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JFK Photo Exhibit Returns to Newseum

by Newseum @ Newseum

"Creating Camelot," featuring intimate and iconic photos of President John F. Kennedy and his family, will open on Sept. 29.
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Cumin Lamb 新疆羊肉

by Michele @ Boston Food Tours – Michele Topor

Xinjiang, an autonomous region in Northwestern China  is home to numerous ethnic groups, including Uyghurs, a tribe of Turkic origin. Lamb often takes precedence over pork, and cumin, a spice not usually associated with Chinese cuisine is a common seasoning. ... [Read More]

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