If you’ve listened before, you’ll remember me not being a big fan of London, but I’ve changed my tune quite a bit!
While I still won’t admit that English food is very good, we’ve found a couple of places I really enjoy, and this last time in London was quite a lot of fun!
Today Heather joins me to talk about our favorite areas of the city, some of the best places to eat, and a TON of things to do. From free museums (yes, free!) to a great way to see shows for cheap, we have some great tips for the budget traveler in today’s episode!
More than the food, the drinks, or the location, the best thing about Barcelona was the lifestyle. But the food and drinks were also awesome!
Heather and I go in-depth today on all the restaurants we visited (quite a lot), the gelato we didn’t get to eat and the best bars we found on our trip.
And while there isn’t many touristy things to do in Barcelona (seriously, go eat), we did find some pretty awesome parts of town to visit, and of course, if you go when it’s warm there’s always the beach!!
Some of the restaurants we mention in this episode require advance booking, perhaps even weeks in advance based on the time of year you’ll be traveling. The Fork and Open Table are two great ways to book restaurants in advance, perhaps before you even get to Barcelona!
Have you ever been to Spain? What was your favorite city? Let us know for our next trip @ExtraPackOfPeanuts!!
Maybe it’s just been a weekend, or a week, months, or even a year.
But now your home and everything just seems a bit…bland.
Coming home from a trip can be a happy time, but sometimes mixed in with that happiness is a little (or a lot) of sadness. Whether it’s “reverse” culture shock, or just being bummed that you’re not on the beach anymore, being home can cause some mixed feelings.
We’ve felt it, more than once, and here are 14 ways that we try to deal with the post-travel blues.
Bet you didn’t know Nashville had amazing tacos! They’re so good in fact that we have more than one taco place on our food recommendations list!
In the two weeks, we’ve spent in Nashville, it’s quickly oping the charts (ha, music joke) of our favorite cities.
Today we discuss our favorite places to eat, drink, and listen to live music (they have more than just country!) as well as some of our favorite activities and an awesome money-saving tip if you’re traveling by car!