Strawberry Gazpacho (Gazpacho de Fresas)

Before I left Barcelona, I took a cooking class at Barcelona Cooking, this newish cooking school on La Rambla that’s two stories above the street in this charming open loft-style place with it’s Spanish-born and Barcelona-trained head chef Candido Cid. They teach the classics but they are really dedicated to local, fresh produce and using […]

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A Mom and daughter trip to Disney World – tips for having fun and staying friends

In this article, our guest author Amanda Kusek shares her experience of visiting Disney World in Florida with her mother and shares her tips for having fun together as a parent and adult child without driving each other mad! I am thrilled to say I’ve just returned from 7 days with my mother in Disney World, […]

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Washington: The Smithsonian’s Newest Exhibit Delves Into Hawaii’s Jet Age

There’s some new goodies and treasures on display over at the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC, and it all has to do with air travel over to Hawaii. The new exhibit is called Hawaii By Air, and it reveals the progress and changes in air travel between the mainland and one […]

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A Look Inside Camp Ocean on Carnival Freedom

My daughter has been a fan of Camp Carnival since her first Carnival Cruise at age 6. She’s now 10-years-old and still loves to participate in the kids’ activities onboard. Recently we took a family cruise on Carnival Freedom, where she had the chance to experience Camp Ocean — the new marine-themed children’s program that’s […]

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20 reasons to leave the city and move to a ‘dorp’

Send to Kindle You’ve had a life-long dream. That goes something like this: meet soul mate (optional), have child (optional), move to a SMALL TOWN and open a coffee shop/fish shop/country restaurant/country pub and live out the rest of your life in the slow lane without any big city stress. Perhaps you have given the […]

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Bamboo Forest Japan A Place Worth Visiting!

Planning to visit Kyoto? If so, the Bamboo Forest Japan is a must stop. It may be that you have not planned your trip yet, but you can definitely bring your travel experience to a new dimension if you plan for it wisely. So, when you see that the clouds in Kyoto have finally parted, it […]

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How to Travel Independently for the First Time

Join Vagabondish on Twitter and Facebook. Amanda Kendle offers five essential tips for traveling independently for the first time. The post How to Travel Independently for the First Time appeared first on Vagabondish. Vagabondish

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MapQuest Unveils 10 Top Destinations of 2013

Filed under: North America, United States Alamy Las Vegas, Nashville and Orlando were the top three searched for cities on MapQuest in 2013. The results are a compilation of destinations searched for on both MapQuest’s website and its recently updated-and critically acclaimed-iPhone and Android apps. [Full disclosure: AOL owns both MapQuest and Gadling.] Texas was […]

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Airport Review: klia2 – the budget terminal of KUL Airport

klia2 is the new budget airline terminal of Kuala Lumpur International Airport. It opened for passengers on 9 May 2014, replacing the former budget terminal LCCT. The old Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT) at KUL resembled a tin shed and it wasn’t long before AirAsia grew beyond the intended capacity. While it was ok to […]

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Berlin Where “Green” is the New “Black”

In the past couple of decades, Berlin has been undertaking somewhat of a green revolution. It is undeniable Berlin has always tried to maintain its greenery, with over 2,500 public parks and gardens in the city as well as approximately one fifth of the city’s land surface area covered by trees. But it is not […]

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