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Where I’ve Been

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This was just a fun quick creation from a link that a friend posted. See where I’ve been around the world. Create your own visited countries map or check out the JavaScript Charts. The world […] The post Where I’ve Been appeared first on A Re-Discovered Life.
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The Georgian Supra

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Attending a Georgian Supra is on the top of all Top 10 lists of things to do in Georgia (the country). Find out what a Georgian Supra is and what to expect. The post The Georgian Supra appeared first on A Re-Discovered Life.
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Nazuki: The Georgian Bread on the Side of the Road

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Finding bread on the side of the road in Georgia. #Nazuki #georgiafood #spendyoursummeringeorgia The post Nazuki: The Georgian Bread on the Side of the Road appeared first on A Re-Discovered Life.
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A MINI GUIDE TO SAN MIGUEL

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San Miguel de Allende is a charming and colorful city located in the central highlands of Mexico, approximately 3.5 hours drive from Mexico City. Characterized by its colonial baroque architecture, its unique Disneyland castle-like Parroquia de San Miguel Arcangel, and its thriving art scene, the city has drawn attention for decades from both Mexicans and foreigners. San Miguel is historically important as the birthplace of...
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KALINA’S BSAS FOOD GUIDE

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Meat, wine, meat, wine, pizza, meat - the typical food song of the Buenos Aires dining scene. Portenos (people from Buenos Aires) have traditionally been meat eaters, but a new generation of foodies is slowly emerging throughout the city, seeking unique worldly flavors, tasting menus, and veggie focused dishes. Here is my short list of where to dine now in Buenos Aires (as of June...
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10 BUENOS AIRES CAFES

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Although Portenos (people from Buenos Aires) have long enjoyed leisurely afternoon cortados with friends or while reading a newspaper, finding a quality brew was near impossible just a few years ago. The norm has been an overly watered down, burnt bean coffee with a somewhat rancid and unpleasant taste. At long last, baristas and a craft coffee culture have arrived to Buenos Aires with cafes...
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A MINI GUIDE TO BUENOS AIRES

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Long considered the "Paris of South America," the stunning cosmopolitan city of Buenos Aires blends European grandeur with Latin spirit. A mix of grit and glamour, bright colors butting up against concrete greys, greenscapes and hardscapes, old and new, Buenos Aires is a city full of character where its unique energy and passion are palpable. Although there are key sights and destinations to check off...
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48 HOURS IN BUDAPEST

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Budapest, the capital of Hungary, lies on the Danube River, with the hilly, castle-filled Buda on one side, and the flat, lively Pest on the other. Budapest's history hasn't always been a happy one, with multiple world wars, communism, and a failed revolution taking its toll on the city and its people. Despite these hardships, the city's stunning architecture, re-burgeoning food scene, and longstanding traditions...
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THE CLIFFS OF MOHER & INIS MOR

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Ireland's western coast is characterized by rugged coastlines dotted with ports, peninsulas & small islands, charming coastal towns, the vast and persistent Atlantic, and naturally, the ever present green that Ireland is known for. After months in large urban metropolises, a few days in beautifully green and quiet Ireland was a welcome respite. Here is how to spend one full day visiting the Cliffs of...
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WHERE TO EAT, DRINK, & FOOD SHOP IN PRAGUE

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Until recent years Prague wasn't known globally for its culinary prowess, but rather for the sizable beer consumption of its population (the Czech Republic consumes more beer per capita than any other nation in the world). Emerging from communism, during which restaurants could only serve a specific list of dishes, cuisine in Prague and the Czech Republic as a whole was a bit stifled, lacking...
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