Tag: 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 kyoto

how to be a tourist in kyoto

Let me just preface this post by saying that two days in Kyoto is definitely not enough. We had only about a week in Japan but didn’t want to stay in Tokyo the whole time, so we chose Kyoto for the last two days - mainly because I wanted to visit the deer park and … Continue reading how to be a tourist in kyoto

how to be a tourist in tokyo

how to be a tourist in tokyo

Of course, this isn’t en exhaustive list but these are some of the things we got to do in the five days we spent in Tokyo. Admire the cherry blossoms. Of course, this depends on the time of year you go, and it’s not limited to only Tokyo. They typically bloom around late March in … Continue reading how to be a tourist in tokyo

how to be a tourist in barcelona

how to be a tourist in barcelona

Walk around the Mercat la Boqueria. Get some €1 fruit juice, and maybe some jamón in a cone. Other than that, don’t waste your stomach space on the little snacks they sell like the fried stuff or the empanadas. They’re very sub-par. Instead, try El Quim de la Boqueria, one of the restaurants Phil Rosenthal … Continue reading how to be a tourist in barcelona

how to be a tourist in new orleans

how to be a tourist in new orleans

Or as New Orleanians call it - Nawlins’ Eat all of the food Go alligator-spotting on a swamp tour. You might even get to hold a baby gator Explore the old plantations and learn about the history. The two more popular ones are Laura Plantation and Oak Alley Plantation. Laura is the more informative tour, … Continue reading how to be a tourist in new orleans