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Setting sail aboard the Wind Surf

Tasting the food-friendly wines of Spain

"Did you know that there are now more acres planted to vine in Spain than anywhere else? " asked Sommelier Steve Olson,  as he...
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On the trail of good eats in Malaga

Conquistadors brought the tomato home from their New World adventures, but it was not until the 18th century that the fruit was commonly eaten...

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Rome Countryside

A long weekend in the Rome countryside

Rome is such a draw, such an over-achiever, that many travelers never see some of Italy’s finest historical treasures in the nearby rolling hills...
Abbey of San Pietro

Abbazia di San Pietro in Valle, Ferentillo, Italy

Our recent walk on the Cammino di San Benedetto began at a picturesque church in Ferentillo, Umbria. The Romanesque church at Abbazia di San...

PLACES

Floating above a forest

Flying with Àngel: ballooning over Catalonia

As our flight topped out at about 2150 meters (7055 feet), Àngel pointed toward the southeast and said “You can almost see the coastline."...
Wine fountain, Basel

A curiously Swiss New Year tradition

Switzerland’s fountains are justifiably praised for their abundance (they are everywhere) and purity (it is fine to quaff from almost all of them). Once...

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