Bring the World to Your Kitchen
Travel exposes you to new experiences. Those include places, cultures, languages, and food. With an essential trip to the grocery store, a little musical ambience, and a touch of creativity, you can prepare some international favorites in your own kitchen.
Basic food items like rice, flour, tomato sauce, vegetables, sugar and spices can be used to create international treats such as French crepes; Asian stir fry; Spanish paella, and when all else fails Italian pizza. Easy kid-friendly recipes can be found on the internet, and cooking is a great way to bring the family together.
So go ahead and pull out your culinary passport and get started. Give your family a little “taste” of the flavors of the world. In the meantime, Rubinsohn Travel is here for you and ready to help you prepare for your next international adventure.
Travel Around the World Without Leaving Your Home
Even in the best of times, it is natural to yearn for different experiences and to explore new places. But in today’s world where “stay at home” and “social distancing” is the norm, the desire to see the world can be even stronger. It seems as though these concepts and travel are conflicting. And, even if you are fortunate enough to travel in the U.S. or internationally, most of the sights are currently closed to visitors.
The good news is that some of the world’s most visited sights and venues are now open for business. Virtual tours are springing up across the internet enabling everyone to enjoy the world without ever leaving your living room. With a few clicks on your computer, you can visit some of the world’s greatest museums, enjoy world-class thrill rides, or experience tranquil beaches.
So next time the travel bug bites, plan a live personal trip with Rubinsohn Travel at 215-886-5200.