Blog Topic: Travel

Happy Herbivore in Europe: Salzburg

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The hills are alive!

I first found my way to Salzburg 5 yrs ago; it was an impromptu stopover during my travels and I had such a great time exploring that when we had some extra time on our hands (traveling between Innsbruck, Austria and Croatia) I quickly suggested a pit stop in Salzburg.

Jim, Bethany & Scott loved it---and I enjoyed revisiting! The city was ...


Happy Herbivore in Europe: Slovenia

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It happened again. I'm in love. Ljubljana is a beautiful city full of life, culture and stunning sights. It's Europe's best kept secret and it feels wrong to spill the beans.

We stopped in Slovenia on our way to Venice (from Croatia) --- and all of us were surprised by how great this little city is. The life and feel of the city ...


Happy Herbivore in Europe: Croatia

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The fresh markets in Croatia will make your heart weep. That's the way produce should look and taste. I've never been in a heaven like this!

After gorging ourselves on fruits we'd never seen before and carrots, tomatoes and cucumbers so rich and vibrant we made room in our bellies to eat at Fork -- a vegan/vegetarian restaurant in Rijecka.

All of ...


Happy Herbivore in Europe: Milan

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I have had pizza and salad in every Italian city I've visited. Cliche? perhaps... but I cannot get enough of the fresh vegetables!

Like Venice Milan gets a Veg stamp of approval too with lots of veg and vegan-friendly options on every menu.

Even a locals-only bar we stopped at offered a complementary platter (with drink order) that was vegetarian -- we sent the cheese ...


Happy Herbivore in Europe: Venice!

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We didn't plan to land in Venice on my birthday.. but its not exactly a bad place to celebrate, 'eh?

Venice is beautiful --- no doubt about that! but it's more jam packed than Times Square in July, or New Years. You can't move it's so congested with people (and yes, the canals are a bit stinky, too). I thought Venice was ...