Month: September 2019

Mark Iacono’s restaurant, Lucali, is arguably the most famous pizza place in Brooklyn. The restaurant does not take reservations, and lines form out the door hours before opening time. INSIDER’s Herrine Ro visits the restaurant and attempts to make Mark’s unique style of pizza. For more on Lucali, visit: https://www.instagram.com/lucali_bk/?hl=en MORE PIZZA CONTENT: Is Detroit-Style
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(CNN) — Hurricane Dorian, the strongest storm to hit the planet so far this year, has swept into the Bahamas, leaving many travelers among those affected. The hurricane made landfall at Grand Bahama, the northernmost island in the country, with the US National Hurricane Center warning that “although gradual weakening is forecast, Dorian is expected
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Risk-averse travellers would do well to head to the Far East, with a new report suggesting Tokyo, Singapore and Osaka are the three safest cities in the world. The Safe Cities Index 2019, produced by The Economist Intelligence Unit, ranked 60 major cities, looking at everything from crime rates and road safety to digital security
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The rolling green pastures of the Farm Sanctuary of New York are dotted with happy farm animals. Nestled in the Finger Lakes region, the Farm Sanctuary is home to more than 800 rescued cows, pigs, goats, turkeys and more. On an educational and eye-opening visit, you can tour the shelters, learn about the realities that
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Photographer: Luke Sharrett/Bloomberg © 2017 Bloomberg Finance LP Popeyes chicken sandwich made the multinational franchise suddenly a hot brand, beating Chick-fil-A. In terms of buzz, that is. Interest in Popeyes brand, as measured by Google trends, spiked from 14 on August 11 to 100 over the last week. That’s’s the date Popeyes introduced its chicken
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Columbia Hillen Promptly at six, the ceremony began. Columbia Hillen In honor of Napoleon, whom Christopher Biguet, the friendly French food and beverage executive, said, “drank champagne whenever and wherever he could,” the friendly Parisian swung his sword, deftly decapitating the cork from a bottle of fine champagne. Columbia Hillen Almost a stone’s throw from the
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Andrew Zimmern travels to Croatia, an Eastern European country straight out of a storybook, where people are living and eating like their ancestors of a thousand years ago. With local chef Tatiana Ciciliani leading the way, Zimmern goes in search of ingredients for sea rock soup and samples stew made of monkfish intestines. An up-and-coming
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This week we make the most of 48 hours in Iceland with Icelandair’s #MyStopover experience. (Sponsored by Icelandair). When you fly transatlantic with Icelandair, you can have a Stopover in Iceland at no additional cost to your airfare, so check out Icelandair’s website to see what routes the Hekla Aurora is flying: http://www.icelandair.co.uk/hekla-aurora/ VAGABROTHERS: We’re
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Read the Blog on 10 Things That Shock Tourists When They Visit France: https://woltersworld.com/10-things-that-shock-tourists-when-they-visit-france/ GRAB A WOLTERS WORLD SHIRT http://www.woltersworld.com/shop Visit France – 10 Things That Will SHOCK You About Visiting France on Holiday. Culture Shock France: If you are heading to France, whether it be to Paris or the Riviera there are a few
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(CNN) — It’s the stuff of travel dreams — or nightmares depending on how prone you are to sea sickness. Viking Cruises has just launched its “Ultimate World Cruise” — a 245-day luxury journey aimed at setting the Guinness World Record for the longest continuous passenger cruise. The 930-guest Viking Sun set sail from London’s
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