Next, walk north for about 30 minutes until you reach Camel’s Back Park, where you can explore easy trails at the Boise Foothills and snap a spectacular pic of the city from the top of Camel’s Back hill. Head back toward downtown by way of the historic Hyde Park district where you’ll find plenty of boutiques and cafés in Boise’s charming North End.
Continue south and cross the Boise River to , where you’ll find an upscale take on the neighborhood restaurant offering gourmet tacos with primarily regional and sustainably grown ingredients in a casually elegant indoor/outdoor setting. Try the chicken tinga taco and the pineapple al pastor with a side of queso fundido with chorizo and a Mexican beer for $25.
Walk off your lunch with a leisurely stroll up Boise’s impressive Greenbelt, featuring an assortment or riverfront parks worth exploring along your way to the tasting room. Grab an outdoor seat facing the river and enjoy a glass of Idaho wine while watching the bikers and hikers passing by. A glass will cost $6–12.
Head back down along the river to the for an afternoon of contemporary art focused on Northwest American artists, including many Idaho natives. The museum is particularly known for its impressive ceramic collection, and admission is $6.
Get a true taste of Idaho with dinner at , featuring fresh ingredients from local farmers and producers at this popular restaurant with an outdoor patio that, like much of Boise, welcomes dogs (who may receive a special snack, depending on availability). Start with the asparagus fries, and the nearly bite-sized 8th street tacos before your entree, and save room for the famous warm butter cake topped with vanilla ice cream, fresh fruit and berry coulis. This will run about $50.
Bucks County has plenty of history and activities to explore, but if you are in town and looking for something fun to do, check out the Bucks County Ale Trail. Once a year, Bucks County breweries participate in the Bucks County Ale Trail. Guests can download a virtual passport from visitbuckscounty.com. This passport allows visitors to check-in at breweries to earn points toward a free t-shirt. You may even find your new favorite beer or brewery.
Prepare your taste buds for the trip of a lifetime in Greece. About 100 Greek products — from wines, cheese and fruits to honey and oils — earned a Protected Designation of Origin from the European Union, and the country’s most beloved dishes include Greek Choriatiki salad, tzatziki, souvlaki and moussaka, with its layers of eggplant, potato, minced meat and bechamel. And those are only a few of the many highlights.
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