If We Were Having Coffee & Apple Pie

This entry is part 10 of 10 in the series Holland

My favorite book blogger, The Perpetual Page Turner, has a reoccurring post series called If We Were Having Coffee and I thought I’d borrow her format for this post. So grab your favorite cuppa and join me! If we were having coffee and apple pie, I’d tell you… I’ll actually have tea instead, thanks. English

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Avonlea Village, Prince Edward Island

This entry is part 5 of 13 in the series Anne of Green Gables & Prince Edward Island

Avonlea Village is not, as I expected, a replica of a historic village with actors in costume and character out of L. M. Montgomery’s Anne of Green Gables series filling the street. You would think it would be, wouldn’t you? Despite being named after Montgomery’s fictional village, it is in fact more akin to an

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Good Eats: Amish Country, Pennsylvania

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Amish Country, Pennsylvania

Amish bakers make the most mouthwatering goods. That’s a fact. If you’ve ever tried Amish baked apple bread, you know what I’m talking about. Thus, if you happen to find yourself within visiting distance of Amish Country Pennsylvania, here are a couple food locals where you should definitely eat: Lancaster’s Central Market We rolled into

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Book Review: Heat

Heat by Bill Buford Format: Audiobook from Audible Goodreads Italy Also: FOOD Summary Heat is a memoir of a reporter turned amateur chef. While researching for a story on the Italian TV personality chef, Mario Batali, Bill Buford took a position in one of Batali’s kitchens. After that it wasn’t long until he gave up

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IMAX, Harrods & Wicked, London

This entry is part 12 of 25 in the series Literary London & Enid Blyton's Dorset

IMAX On our last day in London it rained all day. Far from being disappointed, I thought, “This is more like London.” We were all grateful that we had nowhere specific to be that morning, so over a late breakfast we brainstormed options for the day. Despite being used to rain, and having packed the

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