July 31, 2009 + UK, West Country
In the über picturesque village of Lacock, in a tiny Tudor building (1167 – 1216), behind a garden of poppies and wild flowers, sits the lovely King John’s Hunting Lodge Tea House.
Hidden Japanese Food Jewel in the middle of the East Village You can walk by and not see it, situated on a street sub level. Truthfully the top Japanese in the city. Excellent service. Superior plating and a range of flavors to make you melt.
Wherever we travel two of the main things we always try to visit are 1) the local cultures baths and 2) the food markets. Budapest is a haven for both!!!!! Construction of the Great Market Hall started in 1894 according to the design of Samu Petz. In 1896 a few days before the handover fire destroyed about half of the roof. After repairing the… Read More
June 30, 2009 + Austria, Vienna
Another of the many fine examples of the Viennese coffehouse the Café Central is a great place to escape the throngs.