Why Traveling as a Vegetarian Doesn’t Suck

Why Traveling as a Vegetarian Doesn’t Suck

Why Traveling as a Vegetarian Doesn’t Suck Admit it, you’ve thought about it once or twice. Maybe you’re even in the middle of a conscious crisis. To vegetarian or not to vegetarian, that is the question… Whether you think you can go veg or not, one of my top concerns while we were traveling was whether or not we would find communities/cities/countries that catered to vegetarian diets. Would we have to live on bread and butter? Would we have to find some kind of vegetarian speak easy located in the dark corners of French cities because *gasp* French food without meat? PREPOSTEROUS. I’m here to happily tell (and show) you a tale of four vegetarians who successfully made their way through eight countries with full bellies, big smiles and tons of inspiration. For this post I’ll break up our eats and treats by country and showcase the best right here for your viewing pleasure. Lets start in Germany, our first European country… Germany You might be thinking, ‘Germany?? Land of frankfurters, Rouladen and dumplings? What on earth would vegetarians eat there? Surprisingly Germany had a ton of vegetarian restaurants and vegetarian/vegan food in their supermarkets. In addition to pasta and pizza I had one of the best veggie burgers of my life at a restaurant in Romerburg (Frankfurt) called Jamy’s Burger. It was a perfectly prepared slice of deep fried portobello heaven. #allthepasta Jamy’s portobello mushroom burger Pretzels, lots of pretzels In addition to our pasta, pretzels and portobellos we cooked at home. German grocery stores carried a brand called VEG with clear, easy to read labels indicating that...
10 Airbnb Listings You Don’t Want To Miss

10 Airbnb Listings You Don’t Want To Miss

Travelers, rejoice! We have compiled the best and most sought after Airbnb rental homes world wide for your viewing and booking pleasure. If you haven’t booked with Airbnb before I’ll quickly tell you a little bit about the app. Airbnb is an all encompassing home/room rental app that allows you to book a room or entire home during your travels. When we traveled through Europe we used Airbnb every time we booked a new destination. As a full time traveling family it was important for us to have the option of cooking meals in our home if we wanted (money saver) and have a separate room for Nolan without paying an arm and a leg. But the best part about our experience with Airbnb was interacting with our hosts. Our hosts were locals and acted as our guide relaying the best restaurants, coolest non-tourist destinations and give us vital information like where the bus stop was, how often it ran, where to get our train passes, etc. In 2012 Airbnb launched a feature on their app called Wish List. Users are now able to browse through selecting and saving their favorite home listings. It is like online shopping for the most beautiful, creative and desired travel destination. How can you go wrong? So here we are! The 10 most desired world wide listings on Airbnb. Pack your bags and cash in your vacation time, the world is waiting! 10. Secluded Intown Treehouse Atlanta, GA Awarded the #1 slot for most desired Airbnb listing last year, this secluded Atlanta, Georgia tree house makes us want to pack a rucksack and...