This extra-full issue of the Travel Post starts out at an inn that’s “like stepping into the home of your favorite aunt.” Restaurant506 at The Sanford House in Arlington, Texas, is an upscale restaurant without the pretention.
How hard can it be for a woman to buy underwear in Panama? Harder than you might think — and for our writer, unexpectedly humiliating as well.
“When the moon is full, dinner is served!” The Full Moon Cafe, on the main drag in Lambertville, New Jersey, serves breakfast and lunch only — except during a full moon, when the owners create a special event in honor of the occasion.
Is there such a thing as “the perfect Saturday brunch”? Our writer (admittedly a big brunch fan) thinks so. Bistro Vend me, in bustling Larimer Square, serves “an incredible French meal touched with local Denver ingredients.”
Next is a round-up of five things to do in the Rosemont neighborhood of Montreal. “With simplicity and warmth emanating from its restaurants, shops, and bars,” the area offers an ideal venue for a low-key day of strolling, shopping, and comfort food.
For many people, pets are members of the family. Our writer offers his advice on things to remember when traveling with your pets.
A growing trend in Italy is combining agriculture and tourism during a farm stay with an Italian family, enjoying local wines and traditional home-cooked meals.
We wind up this issue at Yolk in Chicago, Illinois. The popular restaurant (with multiple locations in Chicago as well as Indianapolis, Fort Worth, and Dallas) doesn’t serve alcohol, but does offer premium bottomless coffee and an “extensive but not overwhelming” menu.
Read these stories — and see the great photos that go with them — below.
Fair winds and following seas,
Editor, Travel Post Monthly
- A Dining Experience in Chicago, Illinois (12/1/2017) - We wind up this issue at Yolk in Chicago, Illinois. The popular restaurant (with multiple locations in Chicago as well as Indianapolis, Fort Worth, and Dallas) doesn’t serve alcohol, but does offer premium bottomless coffee and an “extensive but not overwhelming” menu.
- A Perfect Autumn Sunday in Montreal’s Rosemont Neighborhood (12/1/2017) - Take a 20-minute walk towards Parc Molson, the most enchanting park in the area. Located between Beaubien and Saint-Zotique streets, and divided in the middle by D’Iberville, the park displays art installations and allows for many sports to be enjoyed. You’ll appreciate the walk and the view around Parc Molson’s gazebo, and the red and yellow leaves of autumn falling on you are a definite plus.