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Photo Essay: Summer in Rome

While blazing hot and brimming with tourists right now, Rome is so magical a place that it manages to overcome those things and offer up a bounty of pleasures. I got a taste of those charms on a recent work trip. Herein, the highlights, many of which included food, obviously.

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City Travel Guide: 10 Spots to Shop and Snack in Brooklyn, New York

What was once known as a rough and tumble borough in New York is now one of the hippest and progressive neighborhoods in the city (Michelle Williams lives there for one). Filled to the brim with shops, restaurants and ridiculously stylish people, Brooklyn is a worthy way to spend a day. Herein, an itinerary of fabulous shops and food stops.

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Dining Discoveries: 6 Restaurants Featuring a Strong Female Lead

With Mother’s Day, a day to celebrate the inspirational women in our lives, just around the corner we thought we’d celebrate a few great females who’ve nurtured and led (and continue to lead) the culinary landscape by being innovators in the food industry, an industry known to be dominated by men. The times they are a-changin’, and these six chefs are proof of just that.

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Dining Discoveries: 5 Fabulous Food Truck Destinations

With spring, our hunger to be outside and get moving grows: enter the food truck experience. Although its increase in popularity over the years has been met with equal resistance, one can’t deny the unique convenience they offer. As the New York Times says, they’ve made food courts out of empty lots and expanded the chow-down choices. Herewith, our guide to a few of the best food trucks in five American cities and tips for tracking their movements.

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The Road Trip: Ireland

Charting a course across the Emerald Isle, guest blogger Sabrina Locicero prioritizes pints, whiskey tastings and plenty of scenic stopovers on her 10-day road trip. Herein, her detailed itinerary.

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Dining Discoveries: A Veritable Feast in Victoria

Victoria, the British Columbia capital, has a reputation as a retirement mecca. While many silver foxes do settle there, it’s also a university town, and it’s precisely that spectrum of youthful energy and aged refinement that make it a magical place where craft breweries and white tablecloth restaurants co-exist.

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The Road Trip: Vancouver to Los Angeles

When in doubt, head south. A friend and I grabbed our passports and set a course for the City of Angels, making a few strategic stops along the way (i.e. to drink craft beer, eat delectable deep-fried seafood and lay on the beach.) Come along via photographs and chart your own course with my recommendations herein. L.A. or bust was no bust.

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Dining Discoveries: Michelin Meals in Macau

Like many a visitor to Asia has found, a great deal of my time on a recent trip to Macau was spent eating. From Taipa Village to the Cotai Strip (often described as Asia’s answer to Las Vegas), I wined, dined, chowed and wolfed down meal after meal. Herein, my culinary highlights.

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City Travel Guide: Hong Kong Cool

Planning a trip to Hong Kong is exciting, yes, but also daunting: so much to see, so much to do, so many things to buy! Writer Rebecca Tay had a full 10 days there and amassed a new list of favorite sights, shops and restaurants. Here’s her guide.

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Travel Resolutions: Eat Well

We’re ringing in a new year with resolutions, but strictly the travel kind. Next in the series, we tackle the want to eat well, but not in the way one might expect.

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