Tag: Food Markets

how to be a tourist in seattle

how to be a tourist in seattle

Shop around at the Pike Place Market. Opened in 1907, it’s one of the world’s oldest farmer’s markets. They sell everything from crafts to fresh seafood. I enjoyed checking out all of the huge crab legs and salmon. It was then that I wished we had an AirBnB instead of a hotel room so that … Continue reading how to be a tourist in seattle

how to be a tourist in philadelphia

how to be a tourist in philadelphia

Step 1 - Get yourself a Philly cheesesteak. Find out the answer to the age-old question of Geno’s or Pat’s. (I’ll give you a hint: It’s neither, although Pat's is SLIGHTLY better). Tony Luke’s is doable but I’m sure you can find a better Philly out there. And when you do, let a sister know! Step … Continue reading how to be a tourist in philadelphia

amsterdam’s outdoor markets

amsterdam’s outdoor markets

If you’re a fatass like me, you will LOVE all of the food markets that Amsterdam has around. You’ll find cheese, meats, cheese, seafood, cheese, fresh produce, and did I mention cheese? If you’re staying at an Airbnb or a place with a kitchen, even better! You’ll get the chance to cook and taste the … Continue reading amsterdam’s outdoor markets

last day in dublin

last day in dublin

Our last day in Ireland was supposed to be spent admiring Waterford crystals and touring their factory down in Waterford (about a three hour train ride from Dublin). But thanks to a certain crazy snowstorm up in Northern Ireland, this plan was derailed. So instead, we decided to just spend our time checking out places … Continue reading last day in dublin