This week's "Travel Tip," is to look for restaurants with handwritten menus that only have a few selections and are written in the native language of the country you're visiting. That is if you want to find the most authentic dining places. If not, stay with the touristy places. I'm sure they'll be fine, too. NOT!
This week's "Travel Tip," will come as no surprise to those who know me. This week's tip is to learn at least a little of the native language of the people you're visiting. As many of you know, I learned to speak German because I knew I was going to Deutschland. Did I have to? No, but I wanted to for several reasons.
So hop on Amazon and buy yourself a phrasebook. Google Translate works wonders for on-the-go assistance, but wouldn't it be nice to surprise a local with a saying or two in their language? It was for me!
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