This post was written by Deborah Grossman from the San Francisco Bay Area.
In the villages of Burgundy dining is as much an art form as winemaking. From the Grand Cru vineyards of Nuit-St-Georges in the north of the Côte d’Or to Chassagne-Montrachet, Levernois, and the small hamlet of Santenay in the south, dining opportunities abound.
Expect these restaurants to serve exceptional local wines. The name Côte d’Or harkens to the area’s “slopes of gold” as the Burgundian vines turn color after harvest. The A6 road from Paris to Lyon passes through Burgundy. Known as Autoroute du Soleil or Motorway of the Sun, the A6 is the main route to the south of France. Whether you target Burgundy for your stay or stop along the way, these four restaurants offer memorable cuisine.
The picturesque city of Bath is one of England’s top destinations. Lined with quaint cobblestone streets, Bath is Britain’s only designated World Heritage listed city – famous for its 18th century Georgian architecture and ancient Roman Baths. The Royal Crescent, one of Bath’s major attractions, celebrates its 250th anniversary in 2017 – what better time to visit this charming city and enjoy the celebrations. Check out our list of recommendations of fun things to do this year.
Located in Somerset (about 100 miles west of London), Bath is only a 90-minute journey by train from London’s Paddington Station. If you’re staying in London and are interested in visiting Bath for the day, there are some fun Guided One-Day Trips that you can take. We’ve included a few of these options at the end of our article.
Here are 10+ Fun Things To Do in Bath during this celebratory year:
After traveling 6,000 miles from San Francisco, CA we couldn’t wait to enjoy a relaxing and romantic weekend getaway in Bath. Traveling by train, the picturesque city of Bath is only a 90-minute journey from London’s Paddington Station. It’s an easy trip to make if you’re visiting London and want to escape to England’s beautiful countryside for a few days.
Bath is famous for its magnificent 18th century Georgian architecture and its ancient Roman Baths. It’s also considered to be the most romantic city in the UK – and after our last visit there, we couldn’t agree more!
Whenever we drive up to Napa Valley, we like to stop at the Hwy 29 Cafe for breakfast, brunch or lunch. It’s nothing fancy, but this small all-American diner has all the right ingredients for a satisfying meal – good food, enormous portions, reasonable prices, casual atmosphere and fast, friendly service with a smile 🙂 If you’re planning a day of wine-tasting, this is a good place to grab a quick bite on your way up the valley.
This post was written by Rohit Agarwal from India.
South India is the area enclosing India’s states of Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala as well as union territories of Lakshadweep and Puducherry. Lying in the Deccan plateau, South India is bounded by the Arabian Sea in the west, the Indian Ocean in the South and the Bay of Bengal in the east which makes this part of the country one of the most beautiful peninsular regions of the world.
South India is a vibrant region with its famous beaches and some of the most magnificent architectural buildings. The place has gone through tremendous changes and is developing rapidly. Endowed with the rich cultural heritage South India has a distinct cuisine of its own. Dosa and Chutney is just a brief trailer to a long, colorful, rich and mesmerizing journey that is “South India”. With a wide variety of South Indian delicacies this place is a treat for all the foodies. Here are some amazing South Indian dishes for you to savor.
New York City is famous for many things… and one of them is pizza! Every time we visit NY, we always make time for having a pizza, even if it’s only a slice or two.
This top-rated Pizza Walking Tour of Manhattan has been featured on the Travel Channel, Food Network, Cooking Channel and Discovery Channel. Come and see for yourself what make this pizza tour so popular with foodies from around the world. It’s a “must-do” for pizza-lovers! Continue reading →