Is Barcelona’s La Rambla Worth an Entire Day?

Of course, it is! Let’s look at some of its sights. Originally outside the city walls and serving as a drainage ditch to carry wastewater down to the sea, the busy pedestrian- and vehicular-trafficked walkway/roadway known as La Rambla is a spectacle that draws tourists and lifelong Barcelona residents alike to stroll and shop along […]

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Discovering New Flavors in Cabo

How I Locate Authentic Food One of the truest ways that I have used with great success to find authentic foods in Mexico is to go to open-air restaurants. Sure there are fancy restaurants with nice tablecloths, linen napkins, spotless windows with views of everything nice. There might even be some soothing music playing quietly […]

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Experience EL MERKADO

EL MERKADO – Dining Experiences for a Variety of Food Palettes The two-story corrugated metal building with a brick annex sitting alongside the busy highway that connects San José del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas at the tip of the Baja peninsula seems an unlikely place for gastronomic delights. Remember the saying, “Don’t judge a […]

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Put Smiles on Their Faces

The message is simple – Give More – as in the hashtag #GiveMore. Give more so that those who have far less can receive the critical medical treatment that they need. I am in Los Cabos, Mexico, for two weeks, and I had the privilege to meet with some of the hospital staff who is […]

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Living Parisian — An Update

I wrote and article, “Ah, To Live Parisian!” a little over a year ago. Do you have a Bucket List? I do, and one of the items on that list was to spend two months in Paris, France, “living like a Parisian.” I was able to cross this off my list as reflected in an […]

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