Eat up, says Charleston
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Pleasant or otherwise, you may be in for a surprise with the dining situation in Charleston. Especially if your server shares stories about her southern grandma who seasons “even her greens” with pork. I imagine all you meat eaters nodding … Read More

6 foliage drives through back roads of Vermont
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October is an exciting month to be in New England. The days begin to shorten but glorious sunshine continue to fill our days with warmth and radiance. Leaves are on the verge of changing color and the air is cooler. … Read More

Notes & Photos: Óbidos, Portugal’s Town of Queens
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How was a Moorish village resembling a Greek island born in a small corner of Portugal? This question crossed my mind momentarily as we planned our road trip through Portugal, and receded soon enough. Lost in my disorganized thoughts that … Read More

Staying with winemakers in Portugal’s Douro Valley
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My greatest pursuit prior to visiting Douro Valley was not about finding the best port wine or the choicest stay. I was obsessed with the idea of finding a vineyard that has its own historic rabelo (a vintage boat found … Read More

Fall weekend bliss in the Berkshires
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Last year, when I packed my bags and moved halfway across the world, I didn’t really fathom the degree to which seasons can affect people. India is a tropical country and checking weather updates days in advance is a alien … Read More

Leaf-Peeping around New England
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Note: Excuse the overload of photos accompanying this post. We almost wanted a photo for each color that we spotted, but our cameras failed to preserve every shade in the palette of colors offered by this season! This has been … Read More

5 Things to do on a perfect Spring day in Boston
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While I continue to shield myself in fleece jackets, Boston has graduated to spring dresses and brave long legs. The transition from snow to warmer temperatures has lifted the city’s spirits. People are thronging the streets, public spots and bars. … Read More

A visual escape to Central Park
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Ever since I saw the sitcom “Friends” I’ve been attracted towards the idea of Central Park. New York itself is a city so glorified and adored that it automatically crawls high up on the expectation ladder for any visitor. I … Read More

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