Slovenian Food and Wine Is Amazing! Here is What To Try – Retirement Travel Article

Slovenian Food and Wine Is Amazing! Here is What To Try There were so many highlights during our week in Slovenia. But one thing that consistently stood out was the food – oh, and the wine too, and the cakes!We had no idea how good Slovenian food and wine was going to be and were very pleasantly surprised. We love trying out local food whenever we travel, and it was great having local guide Mateja from https://mateja-travel.com introducing us to new dishes.Several…

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5 Best Luxury Hotels To Stay In Sharm El Sheikh – Mark’s Travel Journal – Business Travel Article

5 Best Luxury Hotels To Stay In Sharm El Sheikh – Mark’s Travel Journal Sharm El Sheikh is a resort town popular for vibrant sunshine whole year through and wonderful coral reefs.  Situated at the southern peak of the Egyptian Sinai Peninsula, this beautiful getaway brings a lot for the tourists. Because of the place’s stunning corals and diverse marine life, it has become a favourite holiday destination amongst snorkelers and scuba divers despite all the safety issues in the…

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Stockholm’s Best Burgers – Slow Travel Stockholm – Scandinavian Travel Article

Stockholm’s Best Burgers – Slow Travel Stockholm Stockholm’s Best Burgers Rebecca Jones rounds up some of the best burgers in Stockholm. Photo courtesy of Niklas Rhöse/Stocksnap.io For Americans (or any burger lover) in Sweden, the search for quality cheeseburgers can be an ongoing struggle. Expats can spend weeks, even months searching for a decent burger to give them a taste of home. If you’ve gotten your fill of the fresh local seafood and fika delicacies, try some of these spots for the juiciest…

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Want maple syrup with that? – simply retired – Retirement Travel Article

Want maple syrup with that? – simply retired NOTE: Please see a portfolio of our Quebec photos. Part Two of three parts Lunch at the L’en Tailleur sugar shack.The accordion player ambled through the chalet-like dining room, belting out Quebecois folk songs as we played along with sets of spoons. We were in a cabane a sucre, or sugar shack, on the Ile d’Orleans next door to Quebec City. Especially in the spring, the sugar shack is a venerable cultural tradition sticky…

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