1. Downtown Knoxville Food Tour


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    Experience a taste of Knoxville on the Downtown Knoxville Food Tour. The food tour is a perfect opportunity to find a new favorite local spot to grab a bite with family and friends or check out multiple places to eat if you're just in town for a few days.

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    • TOURific Escapes Movie


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      Welcome to TOURific Escapes. Take a look at what our tours are all about. Sites and Bites. Come join us on a tour when you're in Los Angeles. We'll do all the planning and driving so you don't have to.

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      • Key West Food Tours takes its first walk


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        We explore the world of tropical dining and we talk about the history, architecture, culture and entertainment in Key West. Jamacia - Music composed any performed by Larry Smith featuring Larry Smith, Rob Leon, Dan Brubeck, Mike DeMicco

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        • Vallarta Food Tours


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          Our 3-hour food tasting and walking tour offers a local’s view into Mexican culture through its delicious and intricate cuisine, rich history and stunning architecture. Suitable for all age groups and fitness levels, Vallarta Food Tours guides will take you on a culinary and cultural adventure. Experience off-the-beaten path eateries and their colorful owners and staff, taco stands and regional delicacies. Walk away with an enriched understanding of Puerto Vallarta and Mexico, a satisfied stomach and new insight to continue on your discovery of authentic Puerto Vallarta!

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          • GrubCrawl.com Promotional Video - San Francisco Food Tours


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            This is a promotional video for Grub Crawl filmed by the incredibly talented visionaries at CalixteWorks.com. It was filmed during our walking food tour event in the San Francisco Mission District with the delicious food of Hog & Rocks, Charanga, and Specchio.

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            • jella and ross -- proposal 1280x720


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              This is the story of the best day of my life which started out as a really really bad day. This was set in motion a week ago, when Ross told me that Old Manila Walks was offering him a 50% discount on the Binondo Food Tour. He said he was given a discount because this tour was going to be documented and would be used as tourism promotions for the city of Manila. He thought it would be nice to go on October 15 since it was a holiday, so we started texting our friends if they wanted to join us. We got a group of more than 20, and we were supposed to meet at 2:30PM in the Binondo Church. That day, I had to wake up early to go to Far-view to register for my board review classes. I got there around 10:30AM and the line was so incredibly long and was moving so incredibly slow that it took me almost 3 ½ hours just to register!!!!! Around 1:30PM I was already calling Ross so many times just ranting and asking if I should still go with them to the tour cos I probably wouldn’t make it. He said to just finish registering and go anyway. I finished a bit past 2 and rushed to Manila, only to be met by standstill traffic. I was stuck in Recto, which would take around 10 minutes to get to Binondo without traffic, for more than an hour. Finally, Ross just walked over to where my car was, fetched me, and we walked back together to Binondo together. I was in such a grumpy mood that all I was saying to him was “this is the worst day ever!!!” and “I hate this!!” When we got to the group though, I started to feel better, but I was still declaring that it was the worst day ever. But then they gave me siopao!!!! Therefore, HAPPINESS!!! So we did the whole food tour, complete with cameramen and the photographer, ate chicken from Sincerity, and went to get hopia from Eng Bee Tin which was said to be our last stop. Outside Eng Bee Tin, there was a marching band already, which our tour guide, Anson said was also for Manila Tourism video purposes. After shopping for hopia, when we got out of the store, the marching band started playing the Ryzza Mae chacha song (guilty pleasure hahaha). At this point, I was still oblivious, but then there were 2 rows of policemen escorts and Ross insisted we walk in between them, in front of the band. I started to wonder what was going on when we were already nearing the plaza. Ross suddenly disappeared cos he said he wanted to change his shirt, and left me with Nina. Haha! When we got to the plaza, there were so many people and there were balloons and bunches of roses on the ground (later, Ross said there were 26 dozens of roses). Some women there started handing out the roses to us girls, and asked us to form a circle. I was really nervous at this point. Then Nina started pushing me towards the center of the circle. Hahaha! Then I heard my cousin Pammy and her family call out to me, then I also saw my parents, and my other friends who weren’t in the food tour, and then I just started crying because I realized what was going on. May hawak pa akong mineral water bottle, buti Mel got it from me! Haha. Everyone started handing me the roses they were holding and they were so heavy na, and I really didn’t know what was happening already cos I was just overwhelmed. I remember people lighting sparklers though, lots and lots of them. Ross eventually emerged from the crowd as the band was playing Coldplay’s The Scientist. I was already very very ugly from all the tears, but that didn’t stop him from saying all these nice lovey stuff (in engliiish!! Haha!), saying that he wanted to be my husband, getting down on his knee, showing me a very pretty ring, and asking me to marry him. So I said Yes, and when I did, there were fireworks. Literally. It was absolutely perfect. Except for my melted makeup. And how sana pala I was wearing heels. But pretty much, it was perfect. ☺ And that was how the love of my life, together with our family and friends, turned a really really bad day into the best day of my life. thank you, bob nicolas, and your team, for immortalising that day with this beautiful video!!!

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              • Chef Esther Choi's Night in Koreatown


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                "Look up! The best places are on the second floor in K-town" Chef Esther Choi takes you on an insider's tour of a few of her favorite second floor restaurants in New York's Koreatown where the soju flows and flows. http://bit.ly/1QKukIc

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                • Flavours of "The Main" food tour by Fitz & Follwell Montreal - tour gastronomique Les Saveurs de "La Main"


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                  It may have been the St. Lawrence River that brought them here, but it was St. Lawrence Boulevard that kept them. For three centuries, Montreal immigrants have settled along the city’s main boulevard, known interchangeably as St. Lawrence, St. Laurent, or “The Main.” French, British, Chinese, Eastern European, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Latin American and North African–all have found their time and place on this historic street. Today, in lively shops, cafes and market stands, they continue to share their culinary heritage. Discover the area’s rich gastronomy with our unique walking tour, deemed a ‘Canadian Signature Experience’ by the Canadian Tourism Commission. Offered in two separate segments or together in one back-to-back taste extraordinaire, this action-packed Tasting Tour traces the history of each cultural community with visits to landmarks, food emporiums, delicatessens, specialty shops, lunch counters, restaurants, cafes, and marketplaces that have shaped it. The first segment samples our way through Chinatown, the city’s former “Red Light” and current “Supper Club” districts, the former Jewish Quarter, and Little Portugal. The second segment leaves Little Portugal with stops in Mile-End, and Little Italy, with a climactic finish at the Jean-Talon Market, North America’s largest open-air market (where we taste the best of Quebec’s ‘cuisine du terroir’). Along the way, we’ll meet shop owners, hear their stories and learn about iconic local figures such as Montreal’s famous ‘Striptease’ dancer Lili St. Cyr and master musician, poet and St. Lawrence Boulevard resident Leonard Cohen. Join us for this extended, unconventional lunch, filled with signature Montreal flavours. Sweet, salty, savoury, and thirst-quenching– samples will change with the seasons and a microbrew beer in the summer may become ice cider in the winter, but Montreal’s famous smoked meat and bagels will remain standard. The rest is a surprise!

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                  • Eat my way around Adelaide


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                    • The Foodie - Saigon Street Food Tour


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                      To learn more visit us at http://xotours.vn/Our_Tours/The_Foodie.html The Foodie is no ordinary Food tour, but a fantastic way to see the city of Saigon at night and eat a variety of delicious street food! Experience Vietnam the way it was meant to be seen....on the back of a motorbike! See parts of the city that most tourists never get to see and experience it with our super fun, all-female crew of amazing drivers!

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