Salt & Wind Travel

Salt & Wind Travel

Travel Tips

The travel tips and lessons we learned the hard way so you don’t have to!

We cover the difference between mezcal and tequila, give you a guide to the best street tacos, share how to shop at a market, slang terms, travel tips, and more.

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Or, if you’re not hitting the road right now, we also have hundreds of the best whole foods recipes for you!

California
Aida Mollenkamp

Getting A Taste Of Paso Robles Wine Country Right Now

California’s Central Coast is a bit of a mystery to many travelers. We say that because, in the years we’ve provided our travel advising services in California, we’ve had plenty of people come to us for advice on where to go in this region. And that’s especially the case with Paso Robles.

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California
Aida Mollenkamp

Why Sonoma Is A Local Food Lover’s Paradise

Through the years we’ve learned that “what is ideal California” varies based on who you ask. Because various corners of the Golden State check different items off different people’s bucket list. But, if we had to nominate a place for California local produce, it would be Sonoma County.

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How to find the best gelato in Italy
Destinations
Theresa Christine

How To Find The Best Gelato In Italy

Not all gelato is not created equal and, to be honest, a lot you find in Italy doesn’tcome from quality ingredients.So how are you supposed to find the best gelato in Italy? Well, we’ve got you covered with what to look for and which flavors to order.

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Destinations
Theresa Christine

Where to Travel in Italy Based on Your Personality

You made the decision–you’re going to travel to Italy!  But, before you hop on the plane to live la dolce vita, you have to make one difficult decision: choosing where you will visit. We say let your personality lead the way. 

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