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Not a “Food Crawl,” But a Sprint for Adventurous Kids

By now, even casual eaters know Mexico City is not just Mexico’s national seat of government and a cultural hub, but also its gastronomic capital. With that reputation growing stronger over the past decade, many general interest and specialized tour companies have sought to cash in on Mexico City’s expansive panorama of tacos al pastor, […]

Foodie Experiences in Mexico

Foodie families, assemble for a culinary vacation in Mexico with hands-on experiences across Velas Resorts. Learn from the masters through gourmet workshops hosted at all resort locations, including Los Cabos, Riviera Maya and Vallarta-Nayarit. Work with the hotel’s team of expert chefs and mixologists on everything from entrees and desserts to cocktails and snacks — […]

Laurentians for the Family

When you think of vacations in Canada, the first things that come to mind are probably snow, mountains and sub-zero temperatures, and while there are certainly many times of the year and parts of the country where these would not be the first thing your family sees, the Laurentian Mountains provide an excellent backdrop for […]

5 Reasons to Put Slovenia on Your Bucket List

You’ve likely heard of Slovenia because it’s where First Lady Melania Trump hails from … but probably not for much else. Sure, Hungary has glittering Budapest, Germany has Bavaria and its political powerhouses, and Switzerland has the Alps, but this sleepy little country deserves some love in its own right. Sharing its borders with Austria, […]

Pleasing Picky Eaters on a Cruise

Picky eaters are a constant source of frustration for parents. Whether they are as specific as refusing to eat anything but chicken nuggets cut into dinosaur shapes with tater tots on the side or as pliable as being amiable with any variety of chicken tender and potato product, picky eaters are cause for planning. One […]

New on the “Market” in Israel

Thanks to the recent launches of several food tours and markets, the land of “milk and honey” just got a bit more diverse and flavorful. “Old city” markets are as appealing as ever, but the new offerings allow visitors to delve into neighborhoods and foods that easily broaden the scope of Israel’s food scene. Sarona […]