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Tacos, BBQ, live music, and enough weird to keep you entertained. This week we’re in the Live Music Capital of the World, Austin, Texas.
EP11: The Sherry Triangle of Spain has sherry, of course, but also features some of the world’s best tapas restaurants, beautiful Atlantic Ocean beaches, and stirring Flamenco performances.
EP10: Liverpool has plenty of Beatle sites, but it’s also famous for pirates, rum, and a soup that kept British sailors’ stomachs full.
Ep9: Las Vegas is famous for casinos and mobsters and there’s still a few places where you can capture the glitz and glamour of old Las Vegas, but it’s not on The Strip. Instead, we’re heading to revitalized Downtown Las Vegas where you can still drop a quarter in a classic slot machine and […]
Ep8: Auckland is the called the City of Sails so we spend some time on the water traveling to a wine island and then enjoy a dessert named after a ballerina. Plus, we visit the Hobbits!
Rome is at the top of many foodie bucket lists for good reason. But, the best dishes in The Eternal City might be the most simple. Like a pasta dish made from only four ingredients. And a Jewish cake that was outlawed by the Pope.
EP6: The foodie capital of France isn’t Paris, it’s Lyon where traditional bouchon restaurants compete with French nouveau eateries. Then, we’ll pay a visit to The Little Prince and a Little Eiffel Tower.
EP5: In New Orleans we have a French donut, coffee popularized in France, and drink a French 75. But it’s not all about France because a famous sandwich from Sicily is still made in The Big Easy
EP4: An active volcano looms over Sicily’s second city of Catania where the locals eat a volcano shaped snack, dine on a pasta named after an opera and enjoy a dessert shaped like the breast of a martyred saint. And don’t forget to wear your red underwear on New Year’s Eve!
EP3 We visit the famous Christmas markets and sip some Glühwein, eat amazing street food with international roots, and check out some edgy street art.