By Thomas Charles Goudeaux So, you find yourself in Philadelphia, America’s first capital, home of Ben Franklin and revolutionary history. You’re hungry and want to eat like a Philly native eats! What if you could walk into one space in center city with the aromas of fresh java, baked goods, burgers, deli sandwiches, Asian food, fresh bread, BBQ, soul food, Indian cuisine … [Read more...] about Taste Philly at the Reading Terminal Market!
By Sarah Van Blaricum Five miles east of Tampa, along the banks of the McKay Bay Greenway, people sit at brick-red picnic tables, talking, laughing, and joking. Behind them is a Buddhist temple with an ornate golden rooftop and red trim. Pairs of shoes are strewn at the bottom of the small staircase leading to the temple’s entrance. It is a hot summer day in Florida, with … [Read more...] about Tampa’s Thai Temple Will Leave Your Stomach (and Your Wallet!) Full
By Jim Cassidy ITWPA Member There are literally hundreds, if not thousands, of Christmas markets held across Europe every year. But there is one city in France that claims to be the Capitale de Noel. Strasbourg, in the northeast of the country, sits close to the German border, and certainly has the pedigree. It’s been holding special festive markets since 1570, making it … [Read more...] about Strasbourg – The European Capital of Christmas