When embarking on a journey as a tourist, one of the key considerations is how to manage your finances effectively. Should you carry large amounts of cash, rely on cards, or a combination of both? In this blog post, we will delve into the necessity of carrying cash when traveling to various destinations, including France, Spain, Italy, the United States, Tbilisi (Georgia), Morocco, Cuba, African countries, New Zealand, Australia, Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, and Portugal.
Seville is full of delicious treats at any time of year, but during la Semana Santa (Holy Week) at the beginning of April, you can find an abundance of delicacies. Here are all the foods that you HAVE to try while visiting if you want an authentic experience of Seville.
April is a time of festivities in Seville and one of the major events to note in your calendar is La Semana Santa or Holy Week. You can expect music, floats, and plenty of excitement from the locals in this highly animated week. Our blog will explain what you can expect from this culturally rich week in Seville.
Paris is a vast city and it is filled with activities from historic attraction to new events. So where do you start on a short trip? And what should you avoid? Well, that’s what this blog can let you know!
High electricity bills are never fun. These 10 tips will really help you save energy while cooking in the kitchen!
The leading ladies of Champagne and everything else there is to know about this delicious, bubbly creation called Champagne.
33 women have been honored with Michelin stars in the French guide. Here are the Michelin-starred women chefs who you need to add to your conversations and your reservations when dining in France
I think I was born to be an explorer. Traveling for me has always been about discovering new people, new cultures, and appreciating this amazing planet we call home. I offer you some tips on how to become a world traveler. Read on
When you have a sweet tooth, France can be dangerous country. Her love of chocolate and especially “chocolat” chaud brought Deborah on another adventure in Southern France.
It’s truffle season in Uzès. If you are a truffle lover, you will want to read this. I’m giving you tips on how to best store your truffles and how to enjoy them in your cooking.
When you think of white horses and pink flamingos, what is the one region of France that comes to mind? Let’s heard to the Camargue and discover one of the best salts in France.
The French are spoiled – at least when it comes to fresh produce. It is just about everywhere you look. Market day is a big deal here and I’m here to tell you all about it. Market day list inside!