Chania is an exceptionally charming town with cobblestone streets abounding with history. In the old town area you will find quaint hotels and buildings butted up against byzantine walls, nearby to an amiable Venetian harbour lined with waterfront restaurants, cafes and historic monuments. Continue reading Chania Old Town – Western Crete
Every now and then, my husband and I treat ourselves to a meal at a “nice” restaurant. You know, the type of restaurant where the rich and famous probably eat without blinking an eyelid, but where the everyday person reserves for special occasions like birthdays, anniversaries, and so forth. I call these types of restaurants an “event” restaurant, because the experience stands out in the memory. Continue reading Donovans – St Kilda, Melbourne
I love going out for a yum cha feast. It’s been a family favourite outing for as long as I can remember. Then, a couple of years ago my doctor told me to stop eating gluten as it was affecting my health. Homemade meals are no problem, as you are in control. Eating out can be a little harder. You are faced with limited options.