Maria Elena Price

  • original recipe https://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/toffee-squares-362389

    Toffee Squares

    Whether it is a holiday season or not, these toffee squares are delicious. Perfect for gifts or just to have on hand, they satisfy both sugar and chocolate cravings. Easy to make and easy to modify! Crust 1 cup (2… Read full article

  • Ligurian Focaccia – by Samin Nosrat

    Ligurian Focaccia – by Samin Nosrat One of the best books I have read in the past 5 years is not your standard fiction or non-fiction book. It is a cookbook. Yes, I read a cookbook almost cover to cover.… Read full article

  • Fragole al Limone – Strawberries with Lemon

    For someone who really doesn’t like fruit salad, Maria Elena has a strange love for this particular simple dessert. It is the perfect easy dish to serve on a spring day with brunch or to take to a BBQ. Ingredients:… Read full article

  • Explorer Primer Part 2: Getting Started – the Bike

    In the Explorer Primer Part 1 we reviewed the type of roads you can expect to find on an ExperiencePlus! Explorer tour as well as the bicycles we provide. As we discussed in Part 1, being comfortable riding “off road” –… Read full article

  • Half and Half – Mushroom and Beef or Elk Burger

    Adapted from this New York Times recipe, I’ve always wanted to perfect the home made hamburger. Especially since I often had elk meat to use which is hard to work with as it is so lean.  You can make this… Read full article

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    Croatia – Here We Come!

  • When will Europe open its borders?

    When can I travel to Europe? It’s the question many of us have been asking ourselves for months! There are promising signs as Croatia, Greece, and Iceland have announced opening dates, and France has recently started spreading rumors that they… Read full article

  • Tour Leader Updates

  • The Future Of Travel – Sustainability

    Speculation about who, how, when and what the future of travel will look like fills my inbox every day.  Newsletters from every corner of the travel industry include surveys, articles and industry experts imagining what will happen next. In an… Read full article

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    The Future Of Travel – Digitization and Innovation

    Speculation about who, how, when and what the future of travel will look like fills my inbox every day.  Newsletters from every corner of the travel industry include surveys, articles and industry experts imagining what will happen next. In an… Read full article

  • The Future Of Travel – Health and Safety

    Speculation about who, how, when and what the future of travel will look like fills my inbox every day.  In an effort to summarize all the ideas and speculation we have started a new series in our newsletter called the… Read full article

  • The Future Of Travel – Traveler Preferences

    Speculation about who, how, when and what the future of travel will look like fills my inbox every day.  Newsletters from every corner of the travel industry include surveys, articles and industry experts imagining what will happen next.  The World… Read full article

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    The Future Of Travel – Airline Travel Trends

    Speculation about who, how, when and what the future of travel will look like fills my inbox every day.  Newsletters from every corner of the travel industry include surveys, articles and industry experts imagining what will happen next. It is… Read full article

  • Once in a Lifetime Experience – a Total Solar Eclipse.

    In 2017, I had the opportunity to go see a total solar eclipse in Wyoming. The path of totality was about a 3.5-hour drive from my home in Fort Collins, CO. Since Fort Collins and Denver were going to have… Read full article

  • Cappelletti - from Romagna

    Cappelletti in Brodo

    Thanks to my parents’ crazy idea that maybe – just maybe – people would want to travel the world by bike, I grew up spending May through September in Italy from when I was 9 months old until I was 23.  In… Read full article

  • Tours That Challenge and Thrill

    Some tours are meant to challenge and thrill.  They take you off the beaten path and give you the satisfaction that comes with cycling over mountains or riding long distances. Destinations that take you to beautiful remote villages tucked away… Read full article

  • France’s Highlights and Hidden Treasures

    France is a complex and beautiful country to visit. Its people, food and regions are surprisingly diverse.  With so many things to see and it is hard to know where to start and what to see first.  Enter the “Top” sights, views, hidden… Read full article

  • Movie Review: Walking the Camino – Six Ways To Santiago

    Geography, history, spirituality, people, adventure. These are just a few of the puzzle pieces that come together to form the “camino experience” for anyone traveling the Camino de Santiago en route to Santiago de Compostela. These also happen to be perfect subjects for a compelling story… Read full article