Specialty Dinning; or Eating outside of the Main Dinning Room Dinning on a Cruise

  Food is a big part of cruising. It conjures up images of fruity drinks with umbrellas, midnight buffets with butter carvings and fruits carved into flowers and to some 24 hours of food. You…

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One Tank Trip to Staunton, VA

We snuck away last week to celebrate a belated anniversary. We didn’t want to go far, as we only had a couple of days to get away. Tucked in the southern part of the Blue…

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5 things to in DC in December

The holiday season is in full swing in DC. December can be dark and dreary but there is so much to see and do that you’ll forget about the cold. I going to help narrow…

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Iconic foods of New Orleans

Disclaimer, for a discounted registration rate to the International Food Bloggers Conference  I agreed to write three blog post about my experiences. In case you didn’t know, New Orleans is a foodie town. The bounty…

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New Orleans at 300

New Orleans is celebrating 300 this year, and what a past New Orleans has had during all those years.  It was founded by a Frenchman, Robert Cavelier, in 1682. The Spanish ruled the city from…

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