We didn’t travel much when I was a child. Perhaps that’s why I have such a hunger to explore.
Breakfast is, of course, the most important meal of the day, especially when shared with Tigger.
Thankfully, both my husband’s and my jobs offer travel opportunities on a regular basis. Although we can’t always travel together, it’s delicious when we can.
And while our family loves a good meal at our local Olive Garden,
our rule for travel is simple: we try to stay away from chains and instead, enjoy the local “cuisine” of the area.
We’ve been blessed to share a few meals in other countries such as England:
Note: Yes, we’re eating pasta here. My hubby is a “pasta-tarian”, so we found him an Italian restaurant in London one night. This is our Lady & Tramp pose, since that was our first movie. Don’t worry. I had bangers and mash the following evening.
Because the above son is in theater and was cast in Saturday Night Fever on Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, we were able to visit him and enjoy amazing delicacies on the ship:
…in St. Maarten:
…and in Mexico. Okay, that’s just Larry and Steve being silly, pretending to shovel coal into the oven, but there was a woman along the trail who made us scrumptious homemade tortillas!
Wyoming was extra friendly and inviting:
|Village Inn, Caspar, WY|
And Omaha baked for us!
|Wheatfield's, Omaha, NE|
|Matzo ball soup at the famous Katz's, NYC|
|Nathan's, Coney Island, NY|
We’re ALWAYS up for a diner:
|Daytona Beach, FL|
Or a good slice of pizza:
|Frank Pepe's, Norwalk, CT|
Oops. Nothing to see here, folks.
So whether we’re traveling back in “times”...
|Medieval Times, Orlando, FL|
|Hershey Park, Hershey, PA|
We're already looking forward to our next excursion. Join us!
There's always a seat for you at our table.