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Is Tokyo’s Best Ramen Shop Run By A New Yorker?
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Is Tokyo’s Best Ramen Shop Run By A New Yorker?

Self-confessed “ramenjunkie” and Culinary Institute grad (and later NYC chef) Ivan Orkin decided to give up his life in the high-end world of NYC dining and pursue his dream by starting up a 10-seater ramen […]

Roughin’ It — In The French Riviera?
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Roughin’ It — In The French Riviera?

Sure we probably all have a few million laying around to shell out for a thirty-foot yacht or private villa on the Côte d’Azur, but for those of us looking for a little connection to […]

A Pilgrimage To Poblet And Pinot Noir In Catalonia
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A Pilgrimage To Poblet And Pinot Noir In Catalonia

Travel with Beebe as she explores the 12th century Catalan Cistercian monastery of Poblet and its wine fields in the heart of Catalonia. By Beebe Bahrami My friend Mia had joined me for ten days […]

Dublin’s Alternative To Temple Bar? Maybe
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Dublin’s Alternative To Temple Bar? Maybe

The NYT is all about Dublin right now. After being mentioned in their article about dirt-cheap flights to Europe (Dublin is singled out for its $312 ticket from Newark — the same one I snagged […]

An Insider’s Take On Barcelona
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An Insider’s Take On Barcelona

So you’re one of the 4,427,186 visitors heading to Barcelona this year, but you want a leg up on what’s going on and what to do while in La Ciudad Condal? Check out Barcelona ex-pat […]

Iceland: The World’s Hottest Destination?
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Iceland: The World’s Hottest Destination?

With the Icelandic krona nearly dropping by half to the dollar (44 percent to be exact), Iceland has been experiencing an unprecedented tourism boom since the economic disaster hit this tiny country of just 320,000. […]

A Food Lover’s Look Behind The Scenes In Paris
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A Food Lover’s Look Behind The Scenes In Paris

A nod to TheExpeditioner.com contributor Dana McMahan for her piece over at BootsnAll.com where she delves ever deeper into the Parisian dining scene by visiting the Rungis Market at 4 a.m., the market that replaced […]

Which Croatian Island Should You Visit? Hint, It Rhymes With Gwar (I Think)
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Which Croatian Island Should You Visit? Hint, It Rhymes With Gwar (I Think)

Home to vineyards, all-night discos and perfect swimming conditions, the Croatian island of Hvar (the capital, appropriately enough, is also named Hvar) is the longest and (supposedly) sunniest of the over 1,000 islands in the […]

Eat Where The Parisians Do
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Eat Where The Parisians Do

Looking for one of Paris’s best neighborhoods to satisfy your hunger? Then head to where the locals head, the quartier d’Aligre in the 12th arrondissement, as described here by Budget Travel. High on street markets […]

First Look: Images of Athens’s New Acropolis Museum
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First Look: Images of Athens’s New Acropolis Museum

Images of Athens’s New Acropolis Museum have begun to crop up, and the good news is that it’s not bad as so many people had feared (in fact it looks pretty amazing). Rumored to be […]

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