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The colors of Grenada. Photo by Julie Bielenberg

Travel Guide to Grenada, Spice of the Caribbean

Grenada is much more than a beach destination. This "island of spice" has a rich history and many activities for travelers to Grenada.
The Shwedagon Pagoda in Myanmar. Photo by Sherrill Bodine

Mysterious, Magical Myanmar

When a traveler journeys through the villages of Myanmar, she finds welcoming people and unexpected enlightenment.
Cafe Gebreaud in Budapest is known for their scrumptious pastries. Flickr/Miroslav Petrasko

Budapest’s Coffeehouse Culture

Several historic coffeehouses and confectioneries in Budapest have been restored to their former glory. Here are three of our favorites.
Workers harvest only the pick the smallest, most tender top two leaves on each section. Flickr/Nicholas Turland

Hangzhou’s Dragon Well Tea: Longjing is Fit for an Emperor

In Longjing Village, you can pick tea leaves from the Emperor’s favorite tea garden, and then sample Dragon Well Tea for yourself.
Italy Inside the Caffe Greco by Dan Morey

Grappa at the Greco

An author recalls a trip to Rome with his mother involving long dead poets and a moment of resolution at Caffé Greco, the second oldest bar in Italy.
My favorite dish is my favorite Czech dish so far is svíčková, Czech dumplings, braised beef and cranberry compote mixed in a thick vegetable and sour cream sauce. Photo by Janna Graber

Eating Your Way through Prague

A local culinary tour offers an authentic glimpse of the city’s traditions and life in the Czech capital.
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Video: Around Hong Kong in 7 Drinks

Hong Kong is a blend of east and west. That's evident in the city's nightlife -- and especially its drinks.
Nosh on filet mignon enchiladas and jalapeño margaritas at La Fonda's signature restaurant, La Plazuela. Photo by La Fonda on the Plaza

Dining and Etiquette Around the World

Did you know that in France, you should finish everything on your plate but leave your wine glass nearly full if you do not want more. Here are dining etiquette tips from around the world.
Award-winning wines in Portgual

Why You Should Choose Portugal as Your Next Destination

Portugal is rising as a popular travel destination due to its delicious gastronomy and award-winning wines. Wine tours are a good chance to sample it.
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Video: 5 Hidden Places in Hong Kong

In a fast-paced city like Hong Kong, it’s hard to keep up with what’s new. Here are five hidden gems.
Visitors can take barista classes at The Seniman Coffee.

8 Things You Never Knew You Could Do in Ubud, Bali

From art classes to yoga and writing festivals, here's what to see and do in Ubud, Bali.
Coffee around the world

Around the World for a Cup of Coffee

As I sat outside of a local restaurant in Santa Cruz, California, I took an unexpected voyage around the world.
Travel in Prague

Au Revoir Paris, Hello Prague

You may find me, not sipping a velvety Bordeaux in the Marais, but rather, drinking a pilsner in Wenceslas Square.
The lake turns into an ice rink in the winter.

The Pearl of Budapest, Hungary: The Lake of City Park

Budapest's City Park is home to an enchanting castle, a boating lake, museums, a well-kept green area and a handful of fantastic restaurants.

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