One cannot tour a city’s food culture without indulging themselves in the sweeter side of things as well. Boston is a great city for full blown meals and dinners; but the sweets and treats that Beantown has to offer is just as mouthwatering as anything else.
Spending only a week in Boston’s Chinatown would not be enough time to scratch the surface of all the great restaurants in the area. However I would still like to give it another try.
“What were your favorite highlights in Europe?” That was a question I was asked a bunch once I return from 3 months of backpacking through Europe. At that time I was so overwhelmed I had no idea how to answer. A few things stood out above the rest, but then I’d totally forget about something
When thinking of cities or towns in Ireland there’s a good chance that a small Gaelic speaking fishing town on the tip of a peninsula named Dingle is not one of the first places that pop into your head. But Dingle, Ireland might be one of the best hidden treasures I’ve ever come across.
Belgium seems to be a place in Western Europe that travelers don’t talk about much. Most people go right through it on their way to France or The Netherlands, and that’s a shame. There’s many things I enjoy about Belgium; but right at the top of that list is Belgian Chocolate.