Five Craft Beer Bars in Belgrade, Serbia

5 Craft Beer Bars in Belgrade, Serbia

Before we arrived in Belgrade, Serbia, we had a few expectations. We expected a busy city. We expected Communist-era architecture. We expected signs in Cyrillic. What we didn’t expect was to find craft beer bars in Belgrade – but we did.… Read the rest


3 Places to Drink Local Beer in Reykjavik, Iceland JetSettingFools.com

3 places to drink local beer in Reykjavik, Iceland

 

Reykjavik nightlife abounds in the center of the city where there are a plethora of pubs, clubs and bars. As we were more interested in sampling Icelandic beer than clubbing, we veered away from the themed bars on the main drag (American Bar Reykjavik and Cafe Paris, to name two) and sought out the best places to drink local beer in Reykjavik, Iceland.… Read the rest


Sarajevo Cuisine A Guide To Eating in Sarajevo JetSettingFools.com

Sarajevo cuisine: What to eat in Sarajevo

Just like the city itself, Sarajevo cuisine is a blend of east and west, with both Turkish and European influences. Of the many reasons we were looking forward to visiting the city, sampling the local fare was high on the list.

On our previous travels to the Balkans, we quickly took a liking to two of the most popular regional dishes, cevapi and burek.… Read the rest


We saw grapes growing in fields and at private homes during our Rovinj Wine Walk

Wine Tasting in Rovinj: Walk to 2 wineries

Wine in Croatia, like so much of Europe, is part of daily life. Croatia’s lengthy coastline along the Adriatic Sea provides favorable conditions for cultivating vines, which are frequently seen lining the hillsides. The Istrian peninsula is known for wine-making and, thus, wine tasting in Rovinj is a must-do.… Read the rest


A view south to the city on our Sydney Road pub crawl in Brunswick

Sydney Road pub crawl in Brunswick

Sydney Road has long been the main thoroughfare in Brunswick and it is lined with shops, eateries, government buildings and churches. Gentrification of the area has spurred the remodeling of historic hotels (which are pubs) and the adaptive reuse of many of the buildings along Sydney Road.… Read the rest


We started our Parliament and a Politician Pub Crawl with a tour of Melbourne's Parliament House

Melbourne Parliament Tour (and a Politician Pub Crawl)

The Parliament House of Victoria is on the east end of Melbourne’s Central Business District in an area that is rich in history and densely occupied by bars. Coincidence? We think not. Putting ourselves in the shoes of a politician, we first toured Parliament House and then walked a path to various pubs that we think politicians may have ventured into over the years.… Read the rest


With more than 100 beers to choose from, The Raiinbow Hotel ranks as one of our top picks of Fitzroy pubs

Fitzroy pubs: 3 amongst the many

Fitzroy is a neighborhood northeast of Melbourne’s Central Business District that has been around since 1839. It has some of the best preserved Victorian-era architecture in the city and a dizzying number of bars. A leisurely walk from the city or a quick ride on the tram puts this area within easy reach for visitors.… Read the rest


Friends, Futbol and Bar-hopping in Boston: US Men's Soccer vs Haiti at Gillette Stadium

Friends, Futbol and Bar-hopping in Boston

Most of the stops on our U.S. Summer Family and Friends Tour had us feeling slightly out of our element. We weren’t on vacation, but we weren’t working, either. Things were the same, but different. Our two-day stop in Boston, however, was like taking a page out of Weekends From Our Past, complete with friends, a sporting event and bar hopping.… Read the rest


Best Craft Brews of our Journey: Little Creatures Pale Ale, Fremantle, Australia

Best Craft Brews of our RTW Journey

Naturally, we are often asked what our ‘favorites’ were during our travels around the globe. Those are always tough questions, but to share some of our best memories, we are starting a new series of posts called Best Of Our Journey.Read the rest