Europe Hotels Articles

July 5, 2010

Food & wine: How to pair the right wine with your meal

… wine, but in fact you can’t go too far wrong when you match food and wine from the same region.

In Europe, food and wine matches have developed over hundreds of years and make perfect combinations.

4. Tannin has a bitter taste and …

June 30, 2010

Travel to Your Destination in Europe

… the Alps in Switzerland, eat pasta in Italy, drink vodka in Russia, dance salsa in Spain or visit Santa in Lapland.

Europe is the new desirable destination for personal, business and student travel. When traveling, for variable reasons, one …

June 18, 2010

Exquisite Nature of Dining Tables

… . Europe and America, however, have had and dining chairs as far as anyone can remember. It is in Europe, perhaps, that the tradition of having a dining table originated in the first place. It is the urban societies everywhere that have taken to …

June 10, 2010

A brief history of Spanish food ingredients

… as a distinctive archtectural style that can still be clearly seen in southern Spain. While Spain, with the rest of Europe, still lingered in the benighted Middle Ages, the Arabs brought mathematics, literature, philosophy and music, along with many …

June 5, 2010

Medieval food history

… were not nobility, but also separated the working class from the peasantry.

Food in medieval times was quite literally “feast or famine” for most of Europe. The medieval period or Middle Ages spans a period of approximately 1000 years of …

May 31, 2010

How To Get The Most From Budget Travel In Europe

… ballet.

Listed below are some of our all time favorite tips for saving money on a vacation in Europe (or anywhere else for that matter):

- Eat where the locals eat. Eating with the local people instead of the tourists is a great …

Law: Doggie Dining bill

… to determine it’s future status. The original sponsor of the bill is Representative Sheri McInvale of the Orlando district. In Europe, doggie dinning is common, such as in France, dogs routinely dine out with their masters. Prior to this ‘doggie …

May 16, 2010

Taste differences found between Central and South American food

… as Pork, beef, rice, wines and brandies and a variety of herbs native to Europe. They introduced the cooking techniques of smoking and marinating to preserve food for long journeys. They also brought the tradition of sealing mixtures of meat and …

April 29, 2010

Is it appropriate to ask for a doggie bag in Europe?

… heard of them.

For the majority of the time asking for a doggy bag is acceptable in almost every location in Europe. Restaurants equivalent to the sort of places in the United States that doggy bags are used in are equally appropriate in …

April 16, 2010

Are the most expensive restaurants in the world worth their price tags?

… in this world, with most coming from countries such as U.S.A, Canada, and countries in Europe. It is not surprising that the most expensive restaurants are also found in these countries.

Considering everything that a restaurant

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