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Backpack to Buggy’s A-to-Z Family Travel Tips

April 29th, 2011 · Comments Off · Experience, Tips & Tricks

A is for Acidophilus…..B is for Backing up….C is for Cabana boy

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Kebabs at Karim’s, Old Delhi.

February 9th, 2011 · Comments Off · Destinations, Experience

Weaving through alleys to get there, cramped linoleum tables, multiple dining rooms, kitchens open to the alley where the staff’s motorbikes park, low ceilings, no silverware, and lots and lots of people definitely made for a “you’re in India” experience.

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Saratoga Springs: Great Food

August 5th, 2010 · Comments Off · Destinations

For such a small town, Saratoga hosts an impressive number of locally owned restaurants, coffee shops and other eateries. There is a flavor, price point and atmosphere for whatever the family is hankerin’ for.

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Saratoga Springs: Farmers Market

July 8th, 2010 · Comments Off · Destinations

The taste from the local producer only vendors is the real treat. The Hudson Valley is filled with a growing number of small farms committed to sustainable and heirloom agriculture. The result is some of the tastiest food in the nation (in the opinion of this farmers market shopping, food snob loving, Northern California expatriate.)

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Pescadero: How can such a little town produce so much great food?

February 5th, 2010 · Comments Off · Destinations

Half way between Half Moon Bay and Ano Nuevo State Park, California, Pescadero is a popular lunch stop for day trips along the coast. For me, it was edible heaven, calling me back three times during a two day trip for more great eats.

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