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Thursday, April 19, 2018

Checking out beautiful Occoquan, Virginia

My first trip to Occoquan, Virginia was full of flavors, people, and views. I recommend visiting if you are interested in American history, or just small historical towns in the Washington D.C. area.

Budapest, Hungary – an incredible culinary adventure

Do you know Budapest, Hungary? Planning to go there? Love eating out? Don’t know where to eat? Too much confusing information on the Internet? Are you fed up or just interested in foreign things? Here are your opportunities in this city.

Thessaloniki, the biggest and most beautiful city in Northern Greece! Have you ever been...

Thessaloniki offers travellers a bit of sun even in winter, delicious food even in midnight, nightlife even during the weekdays and wonderful sunsets!!

Chicago: A Foodie Paradise

If you want to embrace your inner foodie through restaurants ranging from authentic to inspired, look no further than Chicago. However, to take full advantage, you need to dig into the unique neighborhoods that are often missed in guidebooks.

Incredible places to eat in Paris

Paris, in my opinion, is all good: vibrant, beautiful and full of wonderful places to eat - from starred restaurants to some gems hidden by the city. And it has all tastes and pockets. I've been to town a few times - and always looking for food! I always came up with a huge list of places to go to eat and left with a bigger list yet. Anyway, I'll always have to come back. I made this list with my favorite places from where to eat in Paris.

It Bit Me – The Travel Bug – Georgian Chapter

I felt I reached some kind of wonderland made of snow. It is different from how you see snow in a city. Here, it gives you a feel of fairy tales and mythical places. Once you are in Georgia, be it the people, their simple lifestyle, the wineries, their food or even the snow, you will find an unspoken charm in everything there.

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