Food, Sightseeing, Things to do, Western Europe

Nottingham, one of England’s best-kept secrets

A specific name probably pops to mind when thinking of Nottingham: Robin Hood. But this vibrant city has much more to offer than a centuries-old legend. With a blooming University and a chic, elegant spirit, Nottingham blends history with modernism and is without a doubt one of the hidden gems of England. A well-kept secret It’s no surprise to see Nottingham’s stunning history. The city boasts a beautiful castle with charming gardens and a lovely…

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Food, Other

9 Delicious Warming Drinks From Around the World

Winter is almost over, but in many parts of the world, it’s still unpleasantly cold. Tea and a hot cocoa often do the trick… but sometimes you just want something different – you want to explore the tastes of other places. If that’s how you feel, or if you simply want a warm, delightful drink to enjoy in the afternoon, here are some of the best (and not so well known) beverages that can keep you…

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Americas, Food

First Vegan Butcher Shop to open in Minneapolis

As many of our friends know, traveling when you’re a vegetarian can be quite a challenge. It gets so stressing and frustrating at times that you actually view good vegetarian restaurant as touristic attractions; and as far as awesome vegetarian restaurants go, it doesn’t get any better than this! Two siblings, Aubry and Kale Walch have spent the last several years perfecting The Herbivorous Butcher’s deliciously deceiving meat-free meats. Aubry has been a vegetarian for 18…

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Food

Authentic French foods – a taste of world’s most exquisite cuisine

“If you are lucky enough to have lived in Paris as a young man, then wherever you go for the rest of your life, it stays with you, for Paris is a movable feast.”  ERNEST HEMINGWAY There are countless reasons why I can’t stand away too much from French food. It’s not because I’m pretentious and snobbish, high-maintenance and weird. Gun to the head, French food is this good. You can quit cigarettes, coffee, give up junk…

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Eastern Europe, Food

Romania on a plate: delicious traditions from Eastern Europe

The central characteristic of the Romanian cuisine is its great variety. It is a cuisine influenced by repeated waves of different cultures: the ancient Greeks, with whom Romanians traded; the Romans, who gave the country its name; the Saxons, who settled in southern Transylvania; the Turks, who for centuries dominated Romania; as well as Slavic and Magyar neighbors. All of these influences gradually blended into the varied and delicious Romanian culinary tradition (Nicolae Keppler –…

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Architecture and art, Asia, Culture and religion, Food, Sightseeing, Things to do, Transportation, Travel Tips, Trip reviews, Uncategorized

Get a sense of the metropolitan life in Shanghai

There is no typical guide to visiting this city, and the impossibility of making it fit into a pattern is what makes it so memorable, after all. Unlike many of the popular tourist destinations, it’s hardly possible to make a list of monuments of which the Internet says they’re a must. Instead, Shanghai is all about discovering the bewildering variety, unfolding on the street level. And although it’s called the Paris of the East, you’ll…

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Food, Sightseeing, Ski, sports and adventure, Travel Tips, Trekking

Terschelling – the European heaven for a weekend trip

It’s filled with fun and excitement all year long, and it’s the ideal place to discover the European wonders. The atmosphere is very different from what you usually expect to see in Netherlands, but the good kind of distinct: a unique nature reserve, arched-shaped and gracefully designed to make you come back for another holiday. I’ll just have to take the responsibility for this cliché, but if we’d have to choose the  European spot perfect…

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Food, North America

Summer Food Festivals – the must for every American

So here’s the thing. We’ve always liked people who can tell the difference between eating incessantly and the ones who get the art behind preparing food, blending flavors and assorting scents. As about the United States of America, if you’re our kind of person, you should already know by now that you can enjoy an absolute paradise as far as food festivals are concerned. For every taste or category of food, there’s one to suit…

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Destinations, Food

Sweetest holidays. The most memorable experiences for chocolate lovers

  The most amazing holidays are the ones where there are no restrictions whatsoever. Following this thought, any woman alive would simply love to go somewhere where not only the cultural heritage is stunning, but it’s good to know you’ve got something really personal to hang on to in case all the other things fail to make you happy. The good thing here is that the world is full of special cakes and cookies wrapped…

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Destinations, Food, South America, Things to do, Trip reviews

Best bars and clubs for anyone in Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro may seem a little twisted at a first sight and it’s essentially because it’s a huge city, full of stunning places to go to, especially in terms of bars and pubs, in restaurants and cafés. And we’re perfectly able to understand your confusion, but there are some places in the city that under no circumstance should you miss. Although I’m personally pro finding yourself a place to fit your personality, there are…

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