Food and travel pair together like food and wine. And for the epicurean, a trip revolving around food can really enhance the non-edible delights. Indeed, culinary tourism continues to grow in popularity, and destinations across the globe use their homegrown cuisine and enticement for visitors who love to eat. Imagine a bowl of spicy gumbo after a tour of the Garden District in New Orleans, a medley of fresh Pacific seafood after a walk in Stanley Park in Vancouver, or spicy Indian flavors before a show at the Royal Albert Hall in London.
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