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Street Food in Israel


Food for thought on Israel’s streets

Street food is enjoying a revival around the world … and the Israeli street is packed with mouth-watering morsels.

If you enjoy food, then in Israel you don’t have to splash out on expensive restaurants, instead you can enjoy one of the many inexpensive eateries that line the streets of the country’s cities and towns.

Fresh, authentic and quintessentially Mideast fare is on offer — from falafel, deep-fried balls of mashed chickpeas, fava beans and herbs; to shwarma, slices of turkey, chicken or lamb shaved off a huge slab of meat rotating on a big spit; or hummus, a spread made of crushed chickpeas, tehini sauce, lemon, olive oil, salt and garlic.

For the connoisseurs, there’s also sabich, a sandwich made of fried eggplant, hard-boiled egg, salad and a mango pickle; shakshuka, a pan-fried casserole of poached eggs and spicy tomato sauce; or bourekas, pastry dough stuffed with mushrooms, mashed potato, spinach or cheese.

In an age when fast food has become synonymous with junk food, Israel’s street food vendors are proving that fast food doesn’t have to be tasteless or unhealthy.

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Conrad Hong Kong Luxury Hotel – Unravel Teavel TV



Recognized as one of the world’s finest business hotels, the Conrad Hong Kong, China hotel offers corporate and leisure travellers a superb location and a unique sense of style. Soaring 61 floors above Pacific Place, an upscale retail and entertainment complex in Hong Kong’s central business district, the Conrad Hong Kong luxury hotel offers easy access to many sites of interest, as well as all major transportation networks, including the Mass Transit Railway, Star Ferry, and bus and tram services.

The Conrad hotel in Hong Kong offers 510 luxurious guestrooms and suites that are among the most spacious in Hong Kong. Each Hong Kong hotel room offers breathtaking views of Victoria Peak and Hong Kong Harbour, and is equipped with high-speed Internet access, CD player, dual-line telephones with international direct dial, electronic safe, bathrobes, iron and ironing board, slippers, satellite and cable television. In addition, the marble bathrooms feature double sinks, a deep-soaking bath and separate shower.

The Executive floors at the Conrad Hong Kong business hotel offer exclusive check-in, an Executive lounge, butler service and complimentary full breakfast, afternoon tea and evening cocktails each day. The Executive lounge also offers a private meeting room with a panoramic view of Hong Kong’s skyline.

The Conrad luxury hotel in Hong Kong boasts 24-hour access to a state-of-the-art health club, heated outdoor pool and outdoor Jacuzzi, as well as a full-service Business Centre containing offices with computer workstations, high-speed Internet access, portable computer rental, mobile phone rental, translation and a full secretarial service. The Conrad Hong Kong hotel also houses one of the city’s largest pillar-free grand ballrooms, complete with state-of-the-art technology and a dedicated floor with 11 meeting rooms.

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YEW Restaurant Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver



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The Skychi Travel Guide Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver TBEX’11 and Dinner at Yew Restaurant with Renee Blodgett , Editor of We Blog The World and Four Seasons Hotel Food & Beverage Director Stephane Castera

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Beach Club and Bodylines Gym at Beach Rotana Abu Dhabi



Book your stay at Hotel Beach Rotana in Abu Dhabi:

There are many recreational diversions, both on-site and nearby, to keep guests active and entertained. Among them are our private Beach Club and our health and fitness club, Bodylines.

The Beach Club offers the following instalations:

* Access to the 120m private beach
* Access to the Bay View restaurant
* 2 Beach Bars
* Covered kids outdoor play area
* Direct access from underground parking and the Abu Dhabi Mall
* Discounted rates on all activities and coaching
* Discounts in all Beach Club outlets
* 3 floodlit all-weather tennis courts
* Free fitness assessment for new annual members
* 2 function lawns
* Pool Bar
* Sports shop
* 2 Squash courts
* Supervised kids crèche
* Temperature-controlled kids’ pool
* Temperature-controlled swimming pool
* Water sports

Bodylines Health Club

* Fully equipped gymnasium with panoramic view of the sea
* Cardiovascular equipment
* Fitness classes
* Massage available
* Personal training available
* Pool
* Sauna
* Staffed by qualified trainers and other professionals
* Steam room
* Weight training equipment
* Jacuzzi
* Ocean Diving Center: A state of the art facility with high qualified instructors for all levels of PADI courses,In addition to special and scheduled diving trips.

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Center Parcs Elveden Forest, dirty, dangerous expensive.



We stayed at Center Parcs Elveden Forest for 4 nights, this video showed what we found. The management felt that this was not too bad and offered us money off of our next stay. Look at the video and ask yourself would you want to stay here again? We had young children staying in room with “mould spoors” on the floor and ceiling.
I feel it is a dangerous and dirty environment and would warn others to look at the video and ask your self if this is the type of place you would want your family staying.

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New York City – Video tour of DUMBO, Brooklyn (Part 1)



Hello and welcome to another video tour of a neighborhood in New York City by New York Habitat ( ). Today, we will be taking you on a tour of Dumbo, in Brooklyn, New York. This will be the first episode of our two-part series dedicated to this fantastic neighborhood.

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The acronym “Dumbo” actually stands for “Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass”. This wonderful neighborhood is indeed found between the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges. You can walk or cycle across either to get to Manhattan in as little as 10 minutes.

If you do not feel like walking, you can catch the F or C train, which both stop in Dumbo, and the 2/3 train station to Times Square is a little farther away in Brooklyn Heights.

To cross the Brooklyn Bridge on foot from Dumbo to Manhattan, head to Washington Street, and you will find the underpass that will lead you up a stairway and bring you up onto the Brooklyn Bridge pedestrian walkway.

No other spot in the city can beat views from Dumbo! From the Fulton Ferry Landing, practically underneath the Brooklyn Bridge, you can see downtown Manhattan skyscrapers, such as the Woolworth Building, but also boats coming in and out the harbor.

For all the gourmets out there, the River Café, is a waterfront Michelin-starred restaurant, where the food is as fine as the view.

During the 19th century, the Fulton Ferry Landing was the busiest spot in Brooklyn. It was named after the boat that shuttled residents to Manhattan, which actually was the only way to cross the East River until the Brooklyn Bridge opened in 1883).

The Brooklyn Bridge Park, which is found right next to the Fulton Ferry Landing opened in 2010 and is the first section of what will be an 85-acre waterfront park. It is kind of hard to believe that these piers were all covered with abandoned warehouses a few years ago. Moreover, in July and August, the Brooklyn Bridge Park transforms into an outdoor cinema.

The Tobacco Warehouse and the Empire Stores were built in the 1870s to hold dry goods to be loaded onto ships. This place was a major hub of both shipping and manufacturing. In fact, lots of goods were produced here in the 19th century, from beer, to boxes, to soap, and Dumbo played such an important role in New York City commerce at the time, that it was designated a historic district in 2007.

Do not forget that the best way to discover this amazing neighborhood and to experience its thrilling atmosphere is to rent an apartment in Dumbo with New York Habitat ( ). Whether you are looking for a furnished apartment ( ) or a vacation rental ( ) in Dumbo or somewhere else in Manhattan, Brooklyn or Queens, you will always find the perfect place to call home away from home.

Feel free to check out our blog, if you feel like learning more about New York City or Brooklyn. You will find many interesting articles, about New York” ( ).

Thank you for joining us today. We hope you enjoyed the first part of our video tour of Dumbo, in Brooklyn, and look forward to your next stay in the Big Apple!

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NYC Dining Secrets: Stone Street with Kathy Biehl



NYC might have some of the most expensive dining in the world; but, if you know Kathy’s dining secrets, you don’t have to spend a fortune on food. Stone Street is a cozy street in Manhattan’s financial district filled with various cuisines. Stone Street Tavern has great pub food and Financiers has great pastries and sandwiches. Lots to select from on this quaint street surrounded by New York sky scrappers.
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