Being next door to France, Brussels has struggled to make their mark on the world’s culinary map. In recent years chefs in Brussels have taken traditional dishes and infused them with foreign influences to create some outstanding Belgian dishes. They have even begun a Brussels Food Festival held in June to celebrate Belgian food. Whet your appetite for Belgian food with these descriptions of the Best Foods to Eat in Brussels.
Tarte Au Riz
Tarte Au Riz translates into rice pie. This dessert is...
Since my job at 3B Medical Inc. allows me to travel, I’ve been fortunate enough to visit several countries that have been on my list — Canada, Greece, Germany, and Italy are just a few. Although every country is different, one aspect remains the same: my travel philosophy. I’m a firm believer in traveling spontaneously because it provides a richer travel experience. Not only will you discover new places, but you’ll be doing so with no pressure, you’ll discover things other tourists will not, and the experience will push you out of your comfort zone.
If you’re a fan of working out, you’ve probably heard the term “Rise and Grind.” This saying is a motivational term for anyone who wakes up and wants to get things accomplished. Your morning jog is a refreshing part of your day, and the best way to start your day off right.
When you think of traveling to Italy, the first city you think of visiting is probably Rome. Although the city holds a rich and deep history, it’s such a popular tourist destination that you might frequently find yourself in the throes of a crowd. If you’re looking to travel to a less crowded destination in Italy, check out Turin.
Part of what I love most about travel is discovering every city’s ancient history because it’s fun and rewarding. I’m particularly drawn to old castles, as they are among my favorite tourist destinations. And because castles have such a long history, many of them are haunted! Here are a few of my favorite haunted castles from around the world.