Benin’s largest city is both the economic and cultural capital of the country. As a port city, Cotonou also has access to some of the most exotic and delicious spices, making it a standout when it comes to Africa’s burgeoning foodie scene. Here are a few restaurants that stand out.
Beyond being a major hub in the global transportation network, Hartsfield-Jackson is also proud to be a major hub for exciting, high-quality retail options through our award-winning concessions program, ATL Skypointe.
Call me boring, but when I find a restaurant I love, I tend to go back time and time again. So it’s become with my Pittsburgh favorite, Altius. The Mount Washington eatery with the great view of the city is award winning and well deserving of praise. From the chic atmosphere to the attentive wait staff, to the cocktails and dining, every detail is well attended to and impressive every time.
Tacoma might not be setting the world on fire when it comes to LGBTQ entertainment, but it’s certainly carved out a little niche for itself in terms of welcoming the queer community. Washington’s third-largest city occupies a beautiful spot on Puget Sound and a wealth of historic attractions.
Fes is often considered the cultural capital of Morocco. The city’s wealth of fine dining, medieval architecture, vibrant marketplaces and friendly people make it the perfect place to spend 24 hours. Cruising by on a budget of $100 isn’t easy, but certainly doable.