Posts filed under: road trip

Marseille, A City Built On Diversity

by Stuart Haggas I first visited Marseille a decade ago, stopping for one night en route to somewhere else. Cyril Denoix, general manager of super-hip hotel Mama Shelter Marseille, acknowledges that this was fairly common. It seems that this Mediterranean […]

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Andalucía Road Trip

by Stuart Haggas Spain’s second-largest comunidad autónoma, Andalucía, is comparable in size to European countries such as Austria, Hungary, Portugal, and American states like Minnesota, Utah, and Kansas. This southernmost region of mainland Spain includes the country’s two most visited […]

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Culinary Road Trip in Switzerland

by Matthew Wexler At only 216 miles wide and 137 miles from north to south, Switzerland is a relatively small footprint to cover, but, because of its neighbors, it offers a portal to a diverse range of culinary influences. My […]

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Portugal Road Trip

by Stuart Haggas Knowing very little of Portugal beyond its grand capital city, I decided it was time to turn the tides and explore it for myself. Although my voyage of discovery would follow the dramatic coastline south of Lisbon, […]

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