For an authentic Old-world bar experience, don’t look beyond New York’s oldest, continuously running ale house!
Month: June 2012
Local Eats features independently-owned restaurants and local places only. You’ll find no run-of-the-mill, national chain restaurants here.
Chinese airline passengers helped foil an attempt to hijack a plane in the western region of Xinjiang on Friday, state media said, the latest incident of instability in a part of China where the government says it is facing violent separatists.
One of the newest additions to the London skyline and tourist trail is the London Eye. It’s probably the biggest Ferris wheel you’ll ever see!
I couldn’t imagine a country with more to offer in such a small space. Not only is there a huge diversity in the amount of things to see and do, within a matter of an hour you can travel from a tropical city into an alpine wilderness.
(Reuters) – A quarter of a million rain ponchos, an army of volunteers equipped with umbrellas and rain jackets, and five dedicated weather forecasters – it must be a British Olympics.
At first glance, the Mexican custom of El Día de los Muertos — the Day of the Dead — may sound much like the U.S. custom of Halloween. After all, the celebration traditionally starts at midnight the night of Oct. 31, and the festivities are abundant in images related to death.
Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding should be the first stop for anyone traveling to Dubai.
Berlin is well known for it’s artistic people. Such is the volume of creative types here, that you’ll find entire suburbs where the people are all painters, designers, musicians…you know, arty types.
Ryanair launched a third bid to take over Irish rival Aer Lingus on Tuesday, offering shareholders a 38 percent premium to the market in a deal that would require regulators to drop opposition to a merger.