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How You Can Travel to a Different City Monthly!

How You Can Travel to a Different City Monthly!

Now you can travel monthly! Not everyone can travel extensively, or even very often, but thanks to a brand new company, Explore Local Box founded by Jessica Larrabee, you can! Receive a monthly box, or one time box, that explores the local flavors and cultures of other locales! I just went to Boston, and it was an […]

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Monday Musings: Aspen

Monday Musings: Aspen

Aspen, Colorado! How often I’ve heard of that small ski town. I’m finally going to see it next weekend. Randy and I are headed off for a week with friends, and hope to see the Aspen Trees turn gold. We’ve planned a float trip, a backroads Jeep drive, dinner at Justice Snow…is there anything we […]

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Wonderful Wednesday! Three Ways to EAT: Food Markets in NYC

Wonderful Wednesday! Three Ways to EAT: Food Markets in NYC

A Guest Post by Suzanne Simone Stavert of ADVENTURES OF EMPTY NESTERS! One World Trade Center,The Freedom Tower, NYC There is never a shortage of amazing food markets in New York City. Picking a favorite is like choosing which of your friends you like best..impossible! Just like with the number of friends, the more markets […]

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Weidmann’s, a Culinary Surprise in Mississippi!

Weidmann’s, a Culinary Surprise in Mississippi!

Weidmann’s opened in Meridian, MS in 1870 by a chef named Felix Weidmann. Yes, 1870!! The hotel remains in the historic downtown, in the same space it occupied in 1923.  The restaurant stayed in the family until 1999, which is pretty amazing I’m sure you’ll agree.  Apparently the Weidmann family ran out of chefs, as it […]

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San Francisco: A wine dinner with Jordan Vineyard & Winery at Campton Place

San Francisco: A wine dinner with Jordan Vineyard & Winery at Campton Place

Guest Post from Suzanne Stavert of Adventures of Empty Nesters! A wine dinner in San Francisco? Yes please! Lately I have been having a blast interacting with great people on Instagram. I adore photography and truly enjoy seeing what Instagrammers (photographers) are capturing. I had a wonderfully engaging conversation via Instagram with the Campton Place Hotel in San […]

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When a Friend Gives you Lemons

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When a Friend Gives you Lemons

Guest Post by Lisa Richardson at Nonna’s Wanderings on WordPress.com!!! The box was heavy with Fresh Blood Orange California Extra Virgin Olive Oil,  Vanilla & Fig California Balsamic Vinegar, a jar of Preserved Meyer Lemons and a gorgeous reamer made of olive wood. Both salad creations knocked our socks off.  I began with the Strawberry, […]

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Food for the Soul in Raleigh, NC!

Food for the Soul in Raleigh, NC!

GUEST BLOG BY SUZANNE STAVERT OF Adventures of Empty Nesters! Mixing business with adventure is so gratifying, not to mention, super fun! In addition to writing Adventures of Empty Nesters, I represent a health company called Touchstone Essentials. I was traveling to Raleigh, North Carolina for our Second Annual Conference and ironically, my husband had business in Raleigh as well! This almost never […]

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So much delicious food in Seattle!

So much delicious food in Seattle!

by Suzanne Simone Stavert of ADVENTURES OF EMPTY NESTERS. Eating all of the delicious food in Seattle is one of my favorite things about going there. My goodness we had a great time and many of our favorites times were discovering new restaurants in a city with so many culinary delights! All I can say […]

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A delightful bonus on Maui: Amazing food!

A delightful bonus on Maui: Amazing food!

A wonderful foodie travel post from Suzanne Stavert of Adventures of Empty Nesters!  As we grow older we experience different stages in our lives… being an Empty Nester is a really big one! The kids have moved out of the house and we are ready for the next step. Aren’t we? Maybe not, maybe so, but this site is […]

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