Just in time, Food & Wine has put together a list of “America’s Best Ice Cream Cities.” We’re listing 5 here where you can also rent a budget-friendly timeshare.
- Scottsdale, AZ. Sweet Republic. "This two-year-old shop prides itself on using exceptional ingredients, from local dairy to single-origin, and fair-trade coffee beans for its espresso flavor."
Check out Scottsdale timeshare rentals. For example, you can get one right now at the Scottsdale Villa Mirage for just $54/night.
- Cambridge, MA. Toscanini's. "In contention with Christina's for best local ice cream, this cult parlor wins for its burnt caramel flavor. The floor-to-ceiling windows are superb for people watching."
Many Massachusetts timeshare rentals are within a short drive of Boston and Cambridge. Stay in the heart of Boston at the Marriott Customs House for just $149/night, or less than an hour away on Cape Cod at the Sea Mist Resort for only $85/night.
- Honolulu, HI. Bubbie's Ice Cream. "One fan of Keith Robbins' bite-size mochi (ice cream wrapped in a sweetened rice confection – see photo right) is superchef Nobu Matsuhisa. A classic flavor is green tea."
It can be very affordable to visit Honolulu when you rent an Oahu timeshare. For example, a timeshare rental at the Kuhio Banyan Club is just $82/night.
- New Orleans, LA. The Creole Creamery. "Alongside fountain-shop classics like banana splits and sundaes, this local favorite features rotating ice creams in flavors like Creole Cream Cheese - made with a curdled cream cheese local to New Orleans."
Stay in the heart of New Orleans in an affordable timeshare rental. The Avenue Plaza is just $78/night.
- San Francisco, CA. Bi-Rite Creamery. "Almost everything at this excellent ice cream shop is made from scratch, including the marshmallows for the Rocky Road."
A San Francisco timeshare rental will put you near Union Square and the fun cable cars. Rent a timeshare at Powell Place for just $107/night.
(Bubbie’s photo credit - travel.yahoo.com/foodandwine)