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Madrid - Around Town : Old Madrid (part 4) - Places to Eat and Drink, Traditional Restaurants and Bars
This historic tavern is where the author Cervantes wrote part of Don Quixote. Wood panelling gives it a warm atmosphere. Vermouth dispensed on draught from an antique pump. Traditional madrileño cooking.
Madrid - Around Town : Old Madrid (part 3) - Shops in La Latina, Nights Out
The display windows of this famous sweet emporium are ablaze with colour. Some of the flavours – rice pudding, for example sound less appealing than others. Sugarfree sweets for diabetics.
Chicago - Streetsmart - Accommodation & Dining Tips
Deep-dish pizza, hot dogs, and steaks are Chicago’s main specialties. But in a city where a multitude of cultures meet, so do a multitude of cuisines, so check out the city’s many ethnic restaurants .
Chicago - Streetsmart - Shopping Tips
For information on art exhibitions, get a copy of Chicago Gallery News, which is available at visitor centers, or head to the River North Gallery District. Taylor’s Guide to Antique Shops in Illinois and Southern Wisconsin (available in bookstores or by calling 1 847 465 3314) will direct you to the best local antique dealers.
Munich - Day Trips & Excursions - Garmisch-Partenkirchen & Zugspitze
Deep green meadows, snow-capped mountains, steep gorges carved out by streams, ancient monasteries, and old houses with colourful painted façades – in this region, Bavaria looks like a picture postcard come to life.
Munich - Day Trips & Excursions - Around Munich
Maximilian II Emanuel, the Elector, wanted to rival Versailles with the Neues Schloss (New Palace). Begun in 1701 based on plans by Enrico Zuccalli and completed in 1719 by Joseph Effner, the complex includes a hunting lodge and Schloss Lustheim, a small summer palace on the eastern edge of the Baroque park , also designed by Zuccalli.
Seattle - Streetsmart : Traditional Hotels, Boutique Hotels
Built in 1927, this is one of Seattle’s last independently-owned hotels. Room designs reflect common Queen Anne touches in subtle and dark hues. The house restaurant is Andaluca, a small, top-rated establishment with excellent Mediterranean fare. The adjoining bar, Oliver’s, makes exquisite martinis.
Seattle - Streetsmart : Shopping Tips, Eating & Accommodation Tips
In Seattle, this cuisine refers to fresh Pacific Northwest ingredients combined with the flavors and cooking techniques of countries bordering the Pacific Ocean. Chefs create masterpieces and signature dishes using sushi-grade fish, Kobe beef, ginger and soy-based sauces, and handmade noodles to complement US menu mainstays.
Barcelona - Around Town : Eixample (part 3) - Cafés, Restaurants & Tapas Bars
The cream of the crop in Spanish design with out-of-this-world designs for the most everyday objects. Furniture is displayed in a 1900 upper-class apartment.
Barcelona - Around Town : Eixample (part 2) - Design Shops, After-Dark Venues
The cream of the crop in Spanish design with out-of-this-world designs for the most everyday objects. Furniture is displayed in a 1900 upper-class apartment. Breathtaking.
Barcelona - Around Town : Eixample (part 1)
If the Old Town is the heart of Barcelona and the green mountains of Tibidabo and Montjuïc the lungs, the Eixample is the city’s nervous system – its economic and commercial core. The area began to take shape in 1860 when the city was permitted to expand beyond the medieval walls .
Toronto - Around Town - Beyond Toronto (part 3) - Country Stays, Shopping
Superstar chef Michael Stadländer creates an unparalleled experience that books up months in advance. Intimately gathered in Stadländer’s farmhouse, diners feast on exquisite multiple courses showcasing organic ingredients, many of them raised, grown, or foraged on the farm.
Toronto - Around Town - Beyond Toronto (part 2) - Wineries, Restaurants
Superstar chef Michael Stadländer creates an unparalleled experience that books up months in advance. Intimately gathered in Stadländer’s farmhouse, diners feast on exquisite multiple courses showcasing organic ingredients, many of them raised, grown, or foraged on the farm.
Toronto - Around Town - Beyond Toronto (part 1)
Within easy driving distance of Toronto are many delightful communities worthy of a daytrip or a more extended visit. North of the city, Honey Harbour and Gravenhurst are the gateways to cottage country, with beautiful lakes and forests, while Collingwood offers excellent skiing in winter and summer fun on Georgian Bay.
Boston - Around Town : Chinatown, the Theater District, & South End (part 3) - Restaurants
Contemporary Hong Kong seafood reigns on the first two levels of this multi-story dining emporium. Some of Boston’s best dim sum is served on the top floor.
Boston - Around Town : Chinatown, the Theater District, & South End (part 2) - Shops, Nightclubs & Bars
Innovative and stylish contemporary design products for the office and home shine in this Chinatown boutique, owned by designers Stephane Barbeau and Duane Smith
Boston - Around Town : Chinatown, the Theater District, & South End (part 1)
Boston's compact Chinatown is the third most populous Chinese neighborhood in the US, concentrating a wealth of Asian experience in a small patch of real estate.
New York - Around Town : Greenwich Village (part 2) - Literary Landmarks, Restaurants
Begin at Washington Square and the elegant townhouse row where Edith Wharton and Henry James once lived. Find the charming houses of Washington Mews and MacDougal Alley , then follow 6th Avenue, past the Jefferson Market Courthouse, to West 10th Street.
New York - Around Town : Greenwich Village (part 1)
It was Different from the Start, a crazy pattern of streets that broke from the city’s grid plan, reflecting the boundaries of a rural village. As a bohemian haven, the leafy lanes of the Village have been home to artists and writers. Jazz musicians, beat poets, and performers like the young Bob Dylan found their places here.
Paris - Around Town : Tuileries and Opéra Quarters (part 2) - Food Shops, Places to Eat
The king of Parisian épiceries (grocers). The mouth-watering window displays are works of art and tempt you inside for pastries, exotic fruits and some 20,000 other items.
Paris - Around Town : Tuileries and Opéra Quarters (part 1)
These two quarters were once the province of the rich and the royal. Adjoining the Tuileries Gardens is the largest museum in the world, the Louvre, while the grand opera house gives the second quarter its name. The Place de la Concorde is one of the most historic sites in the city.
Classical Spain
Andalucía is one of the most beautiful corners of Europe, where the excesses of modern life do not seem to have taken root and travelers are welcomed as honored guests. Immortalized by the writings of Ernest Hemingway and beloved by Orson Welles, it is the Spain of Carmen, Figaro and Flamenco.
London - Around Town : Covent Garden (part 3) - Pubs & Cafés, Restaurants
This traditional pub, serving cask bitter, is one of the oldest in the West End and is deservedly popular. Delicious roasts are served upstairs at weekday lunchtimes.
London - Around Town : Covent Garden (part 2) - The Best of the Rest, Shopping
In business since 1870, this traditional perfumery carries a glorious range of old-fashioned English scents and soaps for men and women. Perfect for gifts.
London - Around Town : Covent Garden (part 1)
Covent Garden is a popular destination for Londoners and tourists alike. At its heart is the capital’s first planned square, laid out in the 17th century by Inigo Jones and recently completed by the addition of the imperious, pearly white Royal Opera House.
Morocco : The Spice Of Life
Equal parts relaxing and exhilarating, exotic Morocco is an ideal getaway destination. Penny Carroll goes in search of surf and soul
Berlin - Around Town - Central Berlin: Unter den Linden (part 3) - Pubs & Bars, Restaurants & Cafés
Completely furnished in leather, this small but elegant bar in the historic Opernpalais is an ideal stopping-off point for night owls looking for a place to go after an evening at the opera.
Berlin - Around Town - Central Berlin: Unter den Linden (part 2) - Best of the Rest, Shops
Berlin’s most attractive shop is the only branch of the luxury French store in Germany. Here you will find elegant fashion and gourmet foods on the lower level.
Berlin - Around Town - Central Berlin: Unter den Linden (part 1)
Most visitors to Berlin regard the magnificent boulevard of Unter den Linden as the heart of the small historic Mitte district. Many of Berlin’s sights are concentrated along the grand avenue and around Bebelplatz, creating an impressive picture of Prussian and German history from the early 18th century until the present day.
San Francisco - Around Town : Southern Neighborhoods (part 2) - Shops, Nightclubs
Begin at the city’s gay mecca, the Church Street Muni Station on Upper Market. Decades ago, this corner developed a gay identity as the beginning point of the Castro neighborhood, but it is on the next block, between Sanchez and Noe, that the gay shops and venues really begin to proliferate.
San Francisco - Around Town : Southern Neighborhoods (part 1)
The southern part of the city comprises some of the liveliest, most authentic parts of town – the clubs of SoMa, the gay world of the Castro, and the Latino Mission District.
Welcome To Miami
The State tends to be ahead of the curve when it comes to wellness, so where better for a holiday with a fitness fix? Miami is renowned for its beautiful beaches, art deco architecture and great nightlife, but it’s also the place for healthy living – where the rich and famous mingle with the fitness focused to get in South Beach shape.
Top 10 Reasons For Which You Love Montreal
When food is mentioned, Montreal becomes self-indulgent. With the number of restaurants per head is higher than anywhere else in North America – everything, from fast food to cuisine party – resisting appetite for food is simple impossible… and stupid!
Tijara Heritage Made The History (Part 2)
The path to this forgotten heritage, from afar, didn’t seem threatening. However, in the close-up at the foot of the mound where the fortress rose, the path we left behind suddenly turned out to be easy.
Tijara Heritage Made The History (Part 1)
The path to this forgotten heritage, from afar, didn’t seem threatening. However, in the close-up at the foot of the mound where the fortress rose, the path we left behind suddenly turned out to be easy.
Washington, D.C - Around Town : Georgetown (part 2) - Places to Shop, Places to Eat
Turn right and continue up Thomas Jefferson Street a short block and cross M Street, NW. In front of you is the Old Stone House, which has been lovingly preserved. National Park Service interpreters recreate some of the daily activities that might have taken place in the house in the 18th century.
Washington, D.C - Around Town : Georgetown (part 1)
The 1866 church construction was built to house a congregation founded to serve the boatmen and support staff of the C&O Canal. The simple but extremely elegant design brings back the mid-19th century, although admittedly without the raucous bustle that must have accompanied the canal at its peak.
Rome - Around Town : Campo de’ Fiori to the Capitoline (part 3) - Nightspots, Roman-Jewish Restaurants
Roman-Jewish cuisine at its finest, in a beautiful piazza hidden away from the hubbub. Traditional dishes include carciofi alla giudia (Jewish-style fried artichokes). Booking is a must.
Rome - Around Town : Campo de’ Fiori to the Capitoline (part 2) - Best of the Rest, Shops
Home in the 17th century to two brothers, Bernardino and Virginio Spada, who amassed a fine collection of paintings, the building now houses the Council of State and a gallery .
Rome - Around Town : Campo de’ Fiori to the Capitoline (part 1)
This wedge-shaped area holds the dubious distinction of being the place where Caesar was assassinated – but it is also home to the Capitoline Hill, Rome’s finest glory right up to the present day.
Hong Kong - Around Kowloon : Kowloon – New Kowloon (part 2) - Places to Shop, Places to Eat and Drink
Catch the MTR to Wong Tai Sin and brave the crowds of earnest worshippers at the temple. Some of the fortune tellers in the nearby stalls speak English. Try to bargain them down to a third or quarter of the price given. Some use numbered sticks, others prefer curved bits of wood known as Buddha’s lips.
Hong Kong - Around Kowloon : Kowloon – New Kowloon (part 1)
The site of the old airport, Kai Tak has not been allowed to lie fallow, with the former terminal converted into the world’s largest golf driving range. In the neighbouring streets are excellent budget dining and seconds outlets, for this is where locals go bargain-hunting.
Trocadero Arena
There are many beach destinations in the world but very few with the gastronomic buzz you will find in Marbella. Perhaps it is the Costa de Sol’s generations-old ‘chiringuito’ culture; the Malaguenos know all about creating a very particular atmosphere by the sea, seducing diners with their casual vibe, fresh seaside fare and cosy sunbeds.
Madrid - Around Town : Old Madrid (part 2) - Best of the Rest
Spain’s National Theatre began as an open courtyard with a wooden platform for a stage. Above the entrance of today’s Neo-Classical building are medallions depicting the country’s best known dramatists.
Madrid - Around Town : Old Madrid (part 1)
In the 17th century the focus of the rapidly growing city shifted from the medieval centre, around Plaza de la Paja, to Plaza Mayor. Part market, part meeting place, this magnificent square was, above all, a place of spectacle and popular entertainment.
Where To Eat & Drink In The Hamptons
The new Southampton outpost of Gabby Karan's Sag Harbor restaurant is bigger and more comfortable than its predecessor, with a cos yet indusstrail harmhouse look (lots of iron and rough wood). The simple Itelian suisine is excellent: homemade spaghetti with cherry tomatoes and basil; sea bream in white wine.
Rome’s Top Tables (Part 3)
Monti is a small global village between the main train station and the colosseum, and from its labyrinth of small streets and stairways you catch glimpses of the surrounding city like pictures in a frame.
Rome’s Top Tables (Part 2)
My dinner with Purgatorio was a perfect example of this process. He greeted the Settimio waiters and many of the patrons by name. After a brief conversation about the day’s catch, he settled on a whole fish, backed in salt to indescridable succulence, with stuffed squas blossoms just coming into season.
Rome’s Top Tables (Part 1)
In Rome: nearly every restaurant has a story, and the one I like best involves Trattoria al Moro, in the centro storico. I first heard about this popular spot from an Italian diplomat when I asked him to name his favourite restaurant.
Chicago - Around Town - Far South (part 2) - Shops, Places to Eat
Stroll about four blocks southwest to the Oriental Institute at the University of Chicago whose museum will transport you back to ancient times. Its Suq gift shop offers unique souvenirs, such as a replica of an ancient board game.
 
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