Field Notes

From Girls' Getaways to Road Trips to Weekends Away, these are the stories and itineraries of our latest travels.
Tips For Touring Dubrovnik Without Feeling Like A Tourist | http://saltandwind.com

Tips For Touring Dubrovnik Without Feeling Like A Tourist

Dubrovnik is one of the most beautiful cities in the world; unfortunately, the secret is out. Tiny Dubrovnik is visited by almost 1 million people a year, and it is only getting more popular. Lucky for you, we’ve put together a surefire guide to seeing the tours without feeling like a tourist.

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The 8 West Coast Craft Breweries Worth A Road Trip | http://saltandwind.com

The 8 West Coast Craft Breweries Worth A Road Trip

It wasn’t long ago that a “craft beer road trip” wasn’t even a thing. But with the explosion of craft breweries, and amazing breweries at that, what was once a beer-lovers pipe dream is now very much a reality. While some of America’s best craft beers can be found in the West Coast’s major cities, there are other great breweries that are worth the drive. 

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10 Reasons Budapest Is For Food Lovers | http://saltandwind.com

10 Reasons Budapest Is For Food Lovers

Modern Budapest has much more to offer than chicken Paprikash (though, if home-style food is on your agenda, we've got you). Here are ten best in Budapest for every type of eater.

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Slurp N' Sip: A Bay Area Oyster Crawl | http://saltandwind.com

Slurp N' Sip: A Bay Area Oyster Crawl

Coastal breezes, salty air and crisp oysters. You might think these nautical vibe only exist in Maine, but just 30 miles north of San Francisco the air is cool and there are big bowls of creamy clam chowder that feel more East than West. Close enough for a day trip, but far enough that it feels like an escape, Tomales Bay is a weekend getaway favorite for Bay Area locals.

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How To Eat Like You Live in Los Angeles | http://saltandwind.com

How To Eat Like You Live in Los Angeles

For a long time, Los Angeles had the reputation of being more of a dieter’s town than a food-lover’s haven. A place where diners were more concerned about celebrity sightings than James Beard Awards and the word Michelin only referred to tires. Thankfully, things change.

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What To Eat In Romagna: The Italian Food Region You Don’t Know Yet | http://saltandwind.com

What To Eat In Romagna: The Italian Food Region You Don’t Know Yet

When it comes to the Italian region of Emilia-Romanga, Emilia is way better known, which is a shame because Romagna has a culinary culture all its own that's well worth exploring. Here are 10 classic foods from Romagna that you may not know but should seek out next time you're in Italy.

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Where The Locals Hang: Downtown Seattle | http://saltandwind.com

Where The Locals Hang: Downtown Seattle

Seattle locals are known to prefer hanging out in the city's neighborhoods instead of its downtown. But Seattle’s real locals know the spots downtown that are always on point.

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All The Things That Surprised Me About Taiwan | http://saltandwind.com

All The Things That Surprised Me About Taiwan

I grew up going to Taiwan, where both my parents are from, almost every summer until I was off to college. Recently, I returned to my mother (and father) land for a quick tour around the country and here are 13 things the teenager in me never expected to experience.

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All The Ways Charming Charleston Just Got Even More So | http://saltandwind.com

All The Ways Charming Charleston Just Got Even More So

Charming, quaint, delightful: these are the words that come to mind when you find yourself describing the historic, little city of Charleston, South Carolina. We already love Charleston, whether just for 24 hours, a girls' getaway, or a weekend away, but here are 7 ways we fell in love with the city even more on our latest trip.

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Weekend Away: Head to Healdsburg While It's More Martha Than Wintour | http://saltandwind.com

Weekend Away: Head to Healdsburg While It's More Martha Than Wintour

Healdsburg isn't jokingly known to insiders as "Beverly Healdsburg" for nothing. Equal parts rustic and chic, the town of has risen quickly, despite the looming shadow of Napa. But like most-younger children, Healdsburg is scrappier and savvier; with less to prove and more to gain. Brimming with fabulous restaurants, biodynamic vineyards, and a town square like Mayberry; it’s not hard to find the appeal.  

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What To Eat In Zurich (And Where To Eat It)! | http://saltandwind.com

What To Eat In Zurich (And Where To Eat It)!

Zurich totally surprised me (in a great way) when it came to food. Obviously, I expected lots of cheeses, chocolate, and wine but I didn’t really think much beyond that. After almost a week in this gorgeous city by the lake, I had no problem determining my favorite foods. These are foods you have to try when you visit Zurich.

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The Portuguese Islands You've Likely Never Heard Of | http://saltandwind.com

The Portuguese Islands You've Likely Never Heard Of

The Azores may just be Portugal’s best-kept secret. So secret in fact, that you can’t even spot it on Google maps unless you’re seriously zoomed in. Two hours west of mainland Portugal, scattered amidst the Atlantic Ocean, sits a cluster of nine volcanic islands, each with their own charm, scenery, and local activities.

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