We followed Anthony Bourdain to Le Saveur De Poisson in Tangier

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Going to Tangier to Have a Meal

As regular watchers and even readers of Anthony Bourdain, we knew that a must do when we got to Morocco was to visit the very same restaurant that he ate at when he was in Tangier. In an episode of the popular show Parts Unknown, Bourdain travels to the tip of Northern Morroco to explore the craziness of Tangier. We took a day trip there from Assilah via grand taxi (read more about those grand taxis here) which costs 20 DH and takes about 1 hour. We followed Anthony Bourdain to Le Saveur De Poisson in Tangier and it was … Read More

Travel Bloggers Reveal the 20 Best Cafes Around The World

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The Best Cafes Around The World

The secrets out. We LOVE coffee! Even better than the coffee itself, is the surroundings your submersed in while sipping on those freshly ground beans. When we get to a new, unknown, and unexplored city we always set out to find that perfect cafe.  Apparently, so do other travel bloggers – here are the best cafes around the world, as told by travel bloggers! Coffee Gurus Unite: The 20 Best Cafes Around the World Stuart at Am I Nearly There Yet says Aunty Pegs in Melbourne, Australia Why is it the best? As huge coffee snobs, discovering and chilling out in epic … Read More

A Guide to Coffee in Italy

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A Guide to Coffee in Italy

A Guide to Coffee in Italy Ordering coffee in Italy at an Italian espresso bar can be daunting even though we all now know the words Barista, atteratte Machiatto, Grande, Espresso, Americano, and Cappuccino thanks to one coffee chain. This guide to coffee in Italy is here to quell your fears. In case it isn’t common knowledge those words are Italian, and said chain is supposedly originated from the common Italian espresso bar. Now, Starbucks and Italian bars are two entirely different operations. Try ordering a caramel Frappuccino and watch the look of degust that wipes across your barista’s face. … Read More

15 Things to Know Before Going To Italy

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Things to Know Before Going to Italy

Italy has long been on the top of many travelers list for decades. The country is majestically beautiful, has world class food, and a spoken language that will instantly make you drool and fall in love. I have had the pleasure of spending time there on a few different occasions, and I found that there are many things to know before going to Italy. Things to Know Before Going To Italy Italians Take Riposo Very Seriously Riposo is Italy’s midday siesta. From 1-4 p.m. you can expect to find many shops and restaurants closed. Italians like to take time in … Read More

The Five Best New York Coffee Shops

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Locals New York Coffee

New Yorkers take their coffee seriously. It is a city with swarms of overworked people, plenty of money, and trade ports that crawl with activity; coffee in New York is abundant. We take it seriously here. Yes, you can find Starbucks all over the city; but ask any serious New Yorker, and they will have a favorite coffee spot for you that is not a chain. We love our independent spots. Coffee was made for this town. Each person has his or her own spot, and opinion. Often, it’s due to convenience. For me, it was a little shop called … Read More