Welcome To Portugal – Traditional Foods and Drinks You Must Try

Portuguese cuisine has many Mediterranean influences and is made with simple and fresh ingredients. If you are visiting or moving to Portugal, you must try these national gastronomic treasures and unique drinks for a true taste of Portuguese tradition.

Welcome to Portugal – Traditional Foods and Drinks You Must try

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The Walking Dead – The Roads, the Studio and the Spoilers

The Season 9 midseason finale of The Walking Dead was an excellent episode and perhaps one of the best finales in the history of the show. Although many viewers have dropped out after the last two bad seasons, The Walking Dead is back with a gripping and frightening story-line. With Rick Grimes’ departure and a six-year time jump, season 9 offers the fans a refreshing and a new beginning for the series. The communities are now separated, new characters have been introduced, and the Whisperers are finally here. For many of the comic book fans, the Whisperers are the most terrifying group of villains in the popular post-apocalyptic series.

Since 2010, The Walking Dead has been mostly filmed in Georgia. The first season was mainly filmed in Atlanta but all the production for the following seasons was moved to Riverwood Studios, purchased by AMC on July 2017. Located just outside of Senoia, Ga., Riverwood Studios is now open to all The Walking Dead devoted fans. The Walking Dead Studio Tour will take you to the series’ most iconic sets and additional sites for an exclusive behind-the-scenes experience. Some of the scenes were shot outside of the studios. The charming Downtown Senoia was once Woodbury and Alexandria is located in a peaceful neighborhood not far from this location. Minutes away from the studios, Rick’s final walk and other memorable scenes were filmed on the countryside roads of Coweta County.

If you are a fan of The Walking Dead, this tour will be a lifetime experience for you.

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Roaring River Vineyards – French Inspired Wine Making in North Carolina

When Thomas, and his wife, Josephine, first visited Traphill, N.C., a rural community located in northeastern Wilkes County, the landscape reminded Josephine of the French countryside, where she grew up. They decided to relocate from Charlotte to this lush valley, where they purchased 50 acres to pursue the dream of starting a vineyard.

Roaring River Vineyards French Inspired Wine Making in North Carolina

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Best Christmas Light Displays in Western N.C.

Feeling all jolly? With Christmas being around the corner, you don’t want to miss these amazing light displays across the N.C. Piedmont region. Some of these breathtaking displays are the best in the state. Since it’s the beginning of November, many of these festive events are still in preparations for the season. With plenty of time to plan and prepare your Grinch-type siblings for this adventure, schedule a weekend trip with your family and spend the evening admiring the fairy lights and cherishing the moment. Eggnog and hot chocolate might be included!

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From Indian Love to Sasquatch Country – Blue Ridge Mountains

The Blue Ridge Mountains are the crown jewels of Western North Carolina. Here stands one of the most beautiful and iconic landscapes of North America. In the Fall, the Blue Ridge Mountains is one of the most remarkable sites in the world as the leaves change colors to shades of gold, orange, and red. The foliage peak season is here and this year, I’ve decided to explore some of these stunning mountain views.

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