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Best Restaurants in Tennessee

Tennessee's stunning beauty, extensive history, and vibrant music culture are only some of the reasons to travel to Tennessee, the Volunteer State. There are numerous the natural wonders of the state, outdoor adventures and top-of-the-line attractions that will entice adventure seekers and nature lovers alike. While you're there, make sure to try Tennessee's well-known barbecue. You can also sip some whiskey, enjoy live music, and soak up a good portion of Southern hospitality as you travel. Her

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7 of Fort Lauderdale's Best Restaurants


Once notorious as a "where-the-boys-are" (and often somewhat rowdy) spring-break beach destination, Fort Lauderdale has in recent years expanded beyond its lovely beaches to become a well rounded destination with something for everyone, from budget to luxury travelers. Its attractions include peaceful natural preserves, exquisite botanical gardens, inviting marinas, historical sites, interesting museums, and dynamic cultural venues.

After you’ve spent the day gallivanting around the city, there’s

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Some Tips for Visiting Singapore


Singapore is a multi-ethnic metropolis-with the Chinese musical show, Feng Shui in addition to chopsticks existing congruously close by saris and Hindu temples - a mixture of cultures that is also Asia's wealthiest state. You can get lots of information and plan a trip with our Singapore trip planner.


A city-state some 137 kilometers (85 miles) north of the Equator, Singapore is comprised of one major island and 59 smaller ones. Singapore lies at the focal point of a major ocean track i

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Scientists believe they have for the first time identified an ancient graveyard for gladiators.
Analysis of their bones and injuries has given new insight into how they lived, fought and died.

Gladiators were the sporting heroes of the ancient world. Archaeological records show them celebrated in everything from mosaics to graffiti.

Motifs of gladiators are found on nearly a third of all oil lamps from Roman archaeological digs throughout the Empire.

But how much did they risk every time they steppe

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9008997056?profile=originalWouldn’t it be nice to dine in a restaurant that only served freshly-made meals made with locally-sourced ingredients, vegetables picked that same day, sauces that didn’t come from a jar or can, bread hot out of the oven, juices that only a moment ago were whole fruit, and desserts loving crafted by an on-site pastry chef?


In fact, you can. This is what is cooking at Hotel Hacienda Guachipelin in Guanacaste, Costa Rica. The renowned Costa Rica eco-adventure hotel at the base of the Rincon de la

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The surprise in an 'Ambigu' Dinner

“Ambigu”18th Century Dining Experience Wows WritersSt. Augustine, Florida (February 1, 2010) Chef Jean-Stephane Poinard possesses a deep passion for pleasing guests in his St. Augustine restaurant, Bistro de Leon. Hosting 16 travel and food journalists January 28 was another opportunity to lavish his culinary talents on discerning industry professionals who were searching for something unique to be included in their travel stories. The Ambigu*, a traditional form of a French 18th century dinner
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One of the best things about living in a tropical country is all of the fresh fruits and vegetables. Even better is if you live near the ocean for fresh fish as well!

Costa Ricawe enjoy year-round fresh produce thanks to the myriad of tropical micro-climates in our mountainous country.Pranamar Oceanfront VillasOrganic produce and meats are the latest hot thing too – another plus.
The open-air restaurant and tea lounge at
Pranamar Oceanfront Villas & Yoga Retreat, at
Playa Santa Teresa, specializes in healthy, organic

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Affordable Resorts Near New York City


by Ed Wetschler

Finding resorts near New York City where you can enjoy swimming, golf, and other summertime pleasures is easy. But finding full-service resorts near New York that are affordable and offer great activities in fall, winter, and spring is not so easy. The good news for folks in and around the tri-state (New York, Connecticut, New Jersey) area -- and for visitors to Manhattan who want to see something else on t

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Sticking to the on site restaurants within your hotel does not always make for a wise dining itinerary. Chances are the price point is setfor unwitting tourists and the food may not represent the region’s bestofferings. I recently joined a blogger group on a sponsored visit toVegas’ Monte Carlo Hotel resolved to challenge thisconventional bit of wisdom. After all, the hotel wasn’t oversellingtheir restaurants as “best on the strip” but simply presented the venuesand let you decide. I was impress

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Coffee, Cake and Kink

Part-café, part-shop, part-gallery, Coffee, Cake and Kink is a melting pot of owner Alan Cassidy’s three favourite things. The welcoming two-tiered space is where erotic art lovers come to leaf through kinky books and peruse the latest fetishist exhibitions while supping on Fairtrade coffee and eating handmade cake. Cassidy’s open-minded approach to sexuality is demonstrated by the seminars hosted here on subjects such as spanking, swinging and erotic photography. A ‘bring a bottle’ policy appli

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