It was a little basement chocolate shop, Chocolaterie Suisse on Crescent Street, that stole my heart and revived my memories from childhood.
What might have been an hour late-lunch, turned into a two hour discussion of all things to see and eat in Montreal.
You may not fall down the rabbit hole, but upon entering Le Lapin Sauté, you will find yourself in a Beatrix Potter-meets-Disney-type establishment.
Quebec City is said to have one of the best Christmas Markets in North America, as close to a European Christmas market without the cost of a transatlantic flight.
Martin Berasategui is one of Tom’s favorite restaurants. It’s a restaurant that is continuously on the cutting edge of new gastronomical techniques, experiments with flavors and textures, but also offers age old favorites from years past that have stood the test of time.
The drive from San Sebastian towards Bilbao rivals the Big Sur Highway with its bridges and expansive views of the ocean on one side, and green rolling mountain hills on the other. The directions from the website were simple with landmarks as turning guides since signage was a little scarce along the way. Tom […]
On Calle 31 de Agosto in San Sebastian, it seems every other doorway leads to a pintxo bar. Music and laughter fill the street, and the smell of fried seafood permeates the air. In a town of over 200 pintxo bars, the choices are endless.
San Sebastian is a fairy tale city that is alive with heart and soul.
Madrid is a city of love…A love of art, a love of life, a love of food. Madrileños, as the locals are known, celebrate the beauty of life and take the time to enjoy the moment. Work is an afterthought, a disruption in the celebration of what life has to offer. The narrow streets, inviting […]
Fall is such a wonderful time of year and especially in Central Park.