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Yummy Prague

Let’s just talk about Czech food for a sec! Eastern and Central European countries tend to be viewed as being on the basic side when it comes to food. Though I feel a certain culinary expertise in their simplicity. In Prague, you smell the food on the street. You’re surrounded by the aroma of burning […] Read more…

Halloween in New York City

Believe it or not New York City is quite the place for traditional Halloween Festivities. It’s not all trendy mainstream adult-oriented Halloween themes like adding orange dye to beer. Posh! Uptown NYC is rife with Trick-or-Treaters, spooky decor, creative eats, and other small town American interpretations of All Hallow’s Eve. The brown stones and old […] Read more…

Farewell Summer! Best of 2016

Happy Labor Day All! Labor Day is unofficially known as the last day of summer. To most it is a symbol of approaching work, school or other unwanted obligations. I, however, see the end of Summer as a new beginning. I am a lover of cool weather and anxiously await the coming Fall and Winter. […] Read more…

The Joy Of The Amsterdam Bloemenmarkt

The Bloemenmarkt (or Flower Market) of Amsterdam is truly a sight for sore eyes. As if Amsterdam weren’t beautiful enough! This market is located on the Singel Canal and is the world’s only “floating” market. Meaning each vendor is on top of a barge on the water. The variety of flowers here is overwhelming! Tulips […] Read more…

Belgian Sweets

The Brussels Grand Place (or Grote Markt) is the most opulent and impressive part of Downtown Brussels. Strolling through this square, it’s easy to see why this is a landmark. Not only do you have the Town Hall and the Brussels City Museum but you have a whole lot of chocolate and sweet shops! Belgium […] Read more…