Europe offers so many cultures, culinary delights, and climates. No wonder it is such a holiday favourite, no matter where you’re from. There are plenty of choices, and the ease of travel from country to country on the mainland makes it a traveller’s delight too. Best of all, it’s still pretty easy to hop over for a spur-of-the-moment long weekend. Here’s where to head to for each season of the year:
I remember going to farms as a youngster; the excitement of seeing all the animals, feeding them, and thinking I could actually talk to them. My favorite were the sheep and goats who nearly took your hand with them when they gobbled up the food you gave them. Now that i’m older I realize, to my disappointment, that I am no Dr Doolittle. However, the memories of visiting farms as a youngster are still very vivid and i’m sure I learnt a thing or to when I visited them!
“Can you take the service charge off the bill please?”
The idea of saying this probably fills you with dred.
Don’t worry, it’s very British of you.
Sushi has seen its popularity sore recently with boutique restaurants opening up all over London. One of the main reasons for this surge is claims that it’s a great food for your health, as well as tonnes of celebrities eating it. In all honesty its actually pretty calorific and high in sugar due to the way the sushi rice is made, Sashimi Sushi is actually the healthiest as there’s no rice! However, i’m not attracted to the food for the health benefits, the main reason for my love of Sushi is the fact that it just tastes bloody good.
I’ve really fallen in love with the USA over the last couple of years.
Spending two summers working at a summer camp in Maine and subsequently meeting my girlfriend there have made it a home from home and given the country a special place in my heart.
I now hop across the pond whenever I can to see Annie, and today I am lucky enough to be doing just that!
There’s a general rule when it comes places to go and things to do in destinations:
If the locals like it then its bloody good and you’re going to have a unique experience.
Greenwich in South East London is no different and contains hidden gems that you wont find through your tour operators. This list contains a Sushi restaurant, a pub, a wine bar, a jazz cub an a planetarium! Variety is the spice of life 😉
The Tucson food scene has been rapidly expanding in recent years. An array of new concepts have popped up to satisfy every taste. Tucson is very lucky because it has Fox Restaurant Concepts; this guy just makes up great restaurant concepts then builds them – so much so that 4 out of the 7 restaurants on this list are a Fox Concept Restaurant! Tucson food is sure not to disspoint!