Shawnee Mountain is a great place to learn to ski. The mild terrain (plenty of blues and greens) makes it very approachable
Visit The Vietnamese Café Serving Up 'Power Bottoms' and 'Hungry Tops' To Help Young People Come Out
A bright new café in the epicenter of Vietnam's largest metropolis is taking 'top' and 'bottom' vernacular out of hookup apps and into the real world to create an in-the-know social space for young gay people.
A handful of people with a vision have recently revived the special corner of Voukourestiou and Panepistimiou to its original glory and Zonars, that singular restaurant of modern lore, is once again housed in the grand building belonging to the Hellenic Army Pension Fund.
In order to feed my travel soul and help others who want to do the same, I have come up with a few ways to re-create those café experiences had while traveling right within my own home.
As I stroll down another street with a Dutch name I don't even dare attempt to pronounce, my shoulder jolts forward as an unknown figure breezes by me. I scoff, taking my gaze off the glassy, modern architecture of The Palace District of Amsterdam, and scan ahead at the offender.
Forty-eight. That's how many years the Victory Sweet Shop, Astoria's oldest Greek bakery, has been serving its traditional desserts.
A chocolate Chihuahua, leading a leash-holding woman, prances into Chateau le Woof. Rocky, for that is his name, is a regular. He's coming to meet his girlfriend, Lola, who's sitting pretty in a sweet sweater on the sofa.
Craving a change of scenery, or even just a caffeine pick-me-up to shake up your day? Adventure and quality coffee await you -- the trick is, you have to find your way to Italy to claim them.
Se realmente quisermos mudar o mundo, precisamos consumir café, chá e todo o resto em parceria com quem produz.
There is no average Starbucks Like caffeinated snowflakes, every Starbucks is different. My local shop with the longest hours
Si políticos y consumidores europeos quieren erradicar la pobreza, cada vez que se beban una taza de café deberían enviar 0,10 € (que podrían permitirse) como compensación a la gente que vive en las regiones cafetaleras. No se trata de ayuda o caridad, sino de un acto de justicia.