Views:15540|Rating:4.93|View Time:5:31Minutes|Likes:297|Dislikes:4 Where to find best coffee in Bucharest? We visited 10 great specialty cafes in the city and meet pioneers of third wave coffee in the whole Romania.
Views:487|Rating:5.00|View Time:14:2Minutes|Likes:54|Dislikes:0 NYC Coffee Guide with a Local: Keep watching for the best coffee shops and what to order there (flat white, pour over, espresso or cold brew) and some really interesting history of coffee. We go where famous Beat poets drank and David Bowie. From the oldest Espresso machine to the prettiest and most instagrammable coffee cup you’re invited along on this adventure uptown to downtown to sample the best coffee shops in Manhattan, from Café Reggio, Happy Bones, Everyman, Gumpy’s to Stumptown. Thank you everyone for watching and if you haven’t already I would love it if you could please share this video with friends and click subscribe:
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3. coffee is the second-most traded commodity in the whole world, second only to crude oil.
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Washington D.C. is situated on the east coast of the USA, along the banks of the Potomac River.
Most visitors begin at the National Mall. Zero Milestone is the proposed reference point for distances on all US maps. To the north is the White House. To the south stands the Washington Monument. The US Capitol Building, atop Capitol Hill, is the nation’s seat of federal government.
The Mall is also home to many of the nation’s Smithsonian buildings, including the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum.
Reflecting Pool is surrounded by tributes to its heroes and founding fathers, including the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, and the Lincoln Memorial.
Washington D.C.’s Capital Bikeshare system makes it easy to reach downtown neighborhoods such as DuPont Circle and Foggy Bottom.
Georgetown is the oldest district in Washington D.C. Wisconsin Avenue and M Street have boutique stores and galleries. To the north is the National Cathedral, the Smithsonian National Zoo and the International Spy Museum.
Just across the Potomac is Arlington National Cemetery.
Views:482|Rating:5.00|View Time:3:21Minutes|Likes:46|Dislikes:0 Welcome to another STUFR. I try to give you the best Short Travel Unique Food Reviews, therefore the name STUFR. If you love food and like to travel, then keep watching. I will travel the world and tell you where to eat and what to eat in my travel vlog and food vlog. I will show you all the trending food and travel hotspots.
If you plan on visiting the Netherlands, make sure that eating a kroket is on your list. It is the number one snack food in Holland. Most Dutch people eat it with bread. Check out the video to see what it is all about. And when in Holland, also visit the beautiful Giethoorn, know for being the Dutch Venice. Don’t forget to visit Amsterdam as well.
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Views:70049|Rating:4.93|View Time:2:23Minutes|Likes:1549|Dislikes:22 The best vegetarian restaurants in Prague according to Honest Guide 🙂
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When you arrive in Tulsa, Oklahoma, you find that it is windy even when it is not tornado season. The city that has deep Native American roots and a rich history in the oil industry combines the warmth of midwestern nostalgia with the excitement of a thriving contemporary scene. Situated along Route 66 and the Arkansas River, Tulsa is expanding public green space; attracting top chefs into its collection of creative farm-to-table restaurants; and keeping fun on a night out simple, like bowling at the historic Dust Bowl Lanes.
Tulsa is a walkable city dotted with small corner cafés and diners that still sell breakfast for $1.99. Observe the Art Deco architecture throughout the city – the unmistakable Gothic-style Philtower Building and the BOK office tower that was inspired by the World Trade Center Towers. Whether your visit is focused on the arts, with stops at the Woody Guthrie Center and the Brady Arts District, or activities like an Art Deco Segway tour, you will leave with a new affinity for Tulsa. Here five things to do and tourist attractions in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
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4. Gilcrease Museum
5. Tulsa Drillers Baseball
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Seattle – Washington – USA Travel Guide
Seattle – Washington – USA Travel Guide, Tourism and Vacation
Hip and buzzing Seattle is the cultural hub of the Pacific Northwest, with a setting that’s hard to beat amid ocean, mountains and lakes. This laid-back west coast metropolis is jammed with cool cafés and bars, diverse museums, chic hotels and quirky neighbourhoods. It’s also a gateway to the great outdoors, with a multitude of adventurous activities right on its doorstep.
Seattle is home to a cornucopia of terrific attractions, including a first-class art museum, a superb science centre, a waterfront aquarium, and the soaring Space Needle, with its jaw-dropping panoramic views of the startling beautiful scenery surrounding the city. In recent years, Seattle has continued to innovate and add to its plethora of sights: the eye-catching Frank Gehry-designed EMP Museum and vibrant glass sculptures of Chihuly Garden and Glass have boosted the Seattle Center’s appeal; MOHAI (Museum of History and Industry) has opened in a new location at Lake Union Park, hugely increasing its exhibition space; and the Seattle Great Wheel whirls seaside lovers round and round on a downtown waterfront pier.
Exploring Seattle’s neighbourhoods is part of the fun of visiting the Emerald City. There’s Capitol Hill with its indie boutiques and hidden speakeasy bars, Ballard and its Scandinavian-infused historic streets, or funky Fremont, the self-dubbed ‘centre of the universe’. Downtown’s shiny skyscrapers rub shoulders with heritage buildings around Pioneer Square, home to the original settlers. The thriving International District is a bustling hub for Asians immigrants.
Natural beauty is a big part of Seattle’s allure. For many visitors, the city is a stepping-off point for outdoor adventures. Seattle has numerous parks and trails coupled with enchanting waterways and small islands off the coast. The nearby Cascades and Olympic Mountains, including Washington’s highest peak, Mt Rainier offer a spectacular setting for outdoor activities. In addition to hiking, mountain biking and skiing in winter, you can kayak or sail in the lakes and Puget Sound.
Seattle has a packed cultural calendar too. From cutting-edge contemporary and classical theatrical productions to folk, rock and opera performances, the city that brought the world grunge continues to set trends in the arts. Over 100,000 visitors attend Bumbershoot, North America’s largest urban arts festival, which takes place each Labor Day weekend, attracting big-name international and local artists.
For culture of another kind, craft beer is a Pacific Northwest mainstay and microbreweries seem to open at an astonishing rate, with no signs of saturation in the market so far. During the annual Fremont Oktoberfest, beer lovers have the pick of over 100 ales. Craft distilleries are a burgeoning industry as well, producing gin, whisky and vodka on a small scale. And new to Seattle’s microbooze scene in 2013 is the Seattle Cider Company, the first cidery in the city since Prohibition.
Seattle has also made a name for itself in the world of big business, with headquarters of international companies including Microsoft, Starbucks, Expedia and Amazon based in and around Seattle.
Phenomenal natural scenery and a font of creativity and innovation: no wonder Seattle has become such a compelling destination.
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Views:6712|Rating:5.00|View Time:5:13Minutes|Likes:11|Dislikes:0 Découvrez pas à pas toutes les étapes de pose de la vêture en terre cuite Thermoreal®-Gebrik® de Terreal. Un guide de pose simple et didactique pour vous accompagner dans vos projets.
Views:12|Rating:5.00|View Time:8:54Minutes|Likes:3|Dislikes:0 Feels so good to be back in my own city, Guangzhou, after two years and the city has changed so much over time! Guangzhou is one of the most remarkable and contemporary cities with historical landmarks, unconventional delicious culinary, and more. In addition to the FIRST-EVER Michelin guide edition has finally launched in 2018 dedicating to the city of Guangzhou was astonishing and pleasing (for foodies like us!).
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Views:6073|Rating:4.89|View Time:15:36Minutes|Likes:130|Dislikes:3 Last week we explored the lesser known areas of Santorini, found some hidden gems as well as fantastic views:
This week we explored the more well known areas of Santorini. Likely when you picture this incredible island you think of white washed buildings perched on cliff sides and blue domes. These sites can be found in the main town of Thira, the neighbouring town of Imerovigli and the very famous and most western town of Oia.
We started by exploring Thira (pronounced Fira). This is also where cruise ships dock so you’ll find quite a few people around. Because it was so full of people we didn’t stay long but moved on to Imerovigli. Here you’ll find just as beautiful views but much fewer people!
The next day we headed into Oia where we spent the afternoon at one of the most beautiful hotels on the island Canaves Oia ( Here we had lunch and got to spend some time in their gorgeous pool. Later we made our way out into the town to catch the sunset. We actually found the streets to be packed with too many people so we headed back to our quiet hotel where no one else was around (except a cat) to catch the amazing sunset.
Oia: Oia is a small town located in the north of Santorini. It is also known as ‘Apano Meria’ or ‘Anomeria’ and the inhabitants are called ‘Apanomerites’. The village is approximately 150 meters above sea level. Oia was severely damaged in the 1956 earthquake and much work has been involved to implement its restoration.
What Oia is, is a very photogenic town, a maze of small shops, restaurants and cafes, almost all with spectacular views of the rest of the island and the caldera, and the remnants of a counter-culture community from back in the day when Oia actually was a quiet village.
Thira: The capital of Santorini is called Thira or sometimes called Fira. It is located in the west of the island, located on top of a cliff looking at a volcano. Santorini is the result of a incredible explosion that happened over 3500 years ago. The island has been constantly shaken by earthquakes, the last one happened this century. Thira is located around 10 kilometres from the port of Santorini (Athinios).
There are plenty of museums and a lot of places to take the perfect Instagram picture, just remember that you will find it hard to find a place without a crowd.
Santorini is an island in Greece, located in the Aegean Sea, 200 km southeast of Athens, 150 km south of Mykonos, and 140 km north of Crete. Flights to Santorini take 4 hours from London, 3.5 hours from Paris, 2 hours from Rome, and 1 hour from Athens.
The towns of Fira, Oia, Firostefani, Imerovigli, and Akrotiri cling to the 300m cliffs and have magical views of the caldera and volcano to the west. The beach towns of Kamari, Perissa, Perivolos, and Agios Georgios are on the east and south sides of the island (not the caldera). For most travelers, the best place to stay in Santorini is along the caldera.
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Views:63410|Rating:4.80|View Time:21:21Minutes|Likes:1621|Dislikes:69 TURKISH STREET FOOD GUIDE to Istanbul 2019
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Welcome to another episode of Chopstick Travel. This is the first episode from our series in Istanbul Turkey! Istanbul is a city rich with history which greatly influences the dishes. Istanbul is PACKED with amazing STREET FOOD and traditional dishes that make you step back in the with each bite. We take you to have a Balkan feast for breakfast, into the Grand Bazaar for some insane shopping snd stop for one of the most famous Turkish street foods of all time: döner kebab, into a nargile cafe for delicious apple tea and to smoke shisha like the locals do, and for dinner we enter the spice market and visit a small restaurant for chicken shish kebab and a local specialty dessert, künefe. YUM!
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1. Breakfast at Balkan Lokantasi
Hoca Pasa Mahallesi, Hoca Pasa Sk., No. 12, Fatih, Istanbul
2. Shopping & Döner Kebab at the Grand Bazaar
Beyazit Mh., Kalpakçilar Cd., No. 22, Fatih, Istanbul
3. Apple Tea & Nargile (Shisha) at Anadolu Nargilr Çorlularını Ali Pasa Medresesi
Mollafenari Mh., Yeniceriler Cd., No. 38, Fatih, Istanbul
4. Chicken Shish & Künefe at Lezzet-i Sark Antep Sofrası
Rüstem Pasa Mahallesi, Hasircilar Cd., No. 38, Fatih, Istanbul
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Hey there, we’re Luke Martin and Sabrina Davidson with www.chopsticktravel.com ! We’re on a journey to document the BEST Street Food around the world! Chopstick Travels began in Taiwan, where we frequent the best Street Food stands everywhere from Taipei to Kaohsiung. Not only do we feast on amazing street food in Taiwan, but our food focused travels take us on Street Food missions trying unique foods around the world! We’ve eaten Street Food in Japan, Street Food in Malaysia, Street Food in Korea, Street Food in India and many more! I post 2 times a week mostly food, some travel. Street Food tours around the world and the most unique dishes we can find in all kinds of hole-in-the-wall restaurants. Stay updated for my latest video VIA our Facebook page and Instagram!
Always remember that the best part of travel is immersing yourself in the local culture, and no where better can you immerse yourself than into the Street Food!
Views:51017|Rating:4.39|View Time:7:49Minutes|Likes:301|Dislikes:42 The London street food guide takes you on a tour of some of London’s best street food locations. We hope we give you some food for thought and enjoy stuffing your face!
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Views:58191|Rating:4.96|View Time:8:27Minutes|Likes:4630|Dislikes:38 A little tour around my favourite coffee spots in west London!
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