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Been There, Do This: The Best Dessert in Venice, Italy

Out of all the delectable breads, cookies, tiramisus and cannoli that enticed me as I navigated the labyrinthine streets of Venice, one dessert stood above the rest — the Torta Veneziana al Pistacchio from Pitteri Giovanni. I first heard rumors of this cake from a friend who studied abroad in Italy and insisted that such a wonder could not be recreated in the U.S.

Been There, Do This: Cheap Eats in Rosarito, Mexico

If you aren’t looking carefully, you could easily pass Charly’s Place, a tiny eatery off the side of the Transpeninsular Highway in Rosarito, Mexico. Just a few miles from downtown, Charly’s is a simple, brightly decorated taqueria that offers delicious and inexpensive Baja-style Mexican food

Been There, Do This: Flora Farm Grocery in San Jose del Cabo

While it’s true that San Jose del Cabo is not as vivacious as its party-centric neighbor to the southwest, the town is not nearly as sleepy as one might think. In fact, the downtown area offers unique shops and restaurants frequented by tourists and locals alike.

Been There, Do This: Dining in Adams Morgan, Washington D.C.

Anyone familiar with Washington D.C. knows it is famous for its many neighborhoods with deliciously diverse eateries. One neighborhood in particular, Adams Morgan, boasts a wide array of unique dining options for foodie clients.

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