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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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TEL AVIV | ISRAEL – A TRAVEL TOUR – HD 1080P



A walking tour around the city of Tel Aviv, Israel.

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The film chronologically progresses from morning to the small hours of the night, showcasing daily life around Tel Aviv.

For those planning on visiting, those who’d like to visit but cannot or those who might be nostalgic and want to re-live their past visits / life there, hopefully this film shall satisfy, time and time again.

Filmed in December 2010.

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Cameras:

– Sony HDR AX2000
– Sony Nex VG10

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– Glidecam HD-2000 hand-held camera stabilization
– Glidecam HD-4000 hand-held camera stabilization
– Glidecam ‘Smooth Shooter’ body mounted camera stabilization system.
– Sennheiser K6 module + ME66 shotgun microphone capsule.

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Sony Vegas Pro

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Welcome to Lausanne



It is a destination like no other! So richly blessed by nature, it boasts all the advantages of a major Swiss city and a small European metropolis, thanks to its exceptional range of attractions, services, schools of every level, sporting and cultural amenities, care centres, hotels, restaurants and shops. It is a green city too, with a high quality of life that is easy to discover thanks to an effi cient network of public transport, including the m2 metro, a world first; or you can explore on foot, alone or by opting for a guided walk. And remember that the Olympic Capital is splendidly equipped for the joys of shopping, cultural visits (23 museums and a magnificent cathedral), nightlife, trips on the lake… and for good restaurants!

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Forget expensive dinners in hotels around Manila, throw a private wine tasting party instead



Private Wine Tasting (PWT) is not just about serving wine in a reception or cocktail party. It is about using the time proven formula of wine tasting to keep guests entertained and at the same time not to lose their focus on the messages that the host wants to deliver and the statements during your event.

For social and personal parties, PWT overtakes expensive and mundane dinners in hotels and expensive fine dining restaurants as celebration of choice.

Various themes can be considered to mark specific nuances of the event. For example, a birthday celebration can feature a few bottles of wines from roughly the same time period, if not the exact same year as the year of birth of the celebrant.

These parties can be as small as 50 and as big as 150 or even more. All in all, everybody gets to enjoy the thrill of a well-organized formal wine tasting at the same time.

PWT offers so many advantages over the traditional methods of client reward, incentives and product launching techniques such as golf outings, dinners, cocktail parties etc. Here are some of the obvious advantages:

Much higher attendance ratio
Cost per participant is lower than golf or dinners
Greater level of attention from participants
Earn much more marketing mileage through post-event talk among participants
As long as the wines are spectacular, the event itself is news-worthy

In short, private wine parties deliver high performance and achieve high level of appreciation from guests and satisfaction from the host in promotional or incentive events.

PWT will probably not deliver the desired effects if the wines are felt to be “common”.

Wines do not necessarily have to be extremely expensive to draw a good crowd. What is important is that the wines are unique, meaning that your guests can’t find them in a wine store in town. Because of the wide selection of wines carried by, Yats Wine Cellars can vary the wine selection in each PWT so that they are not frequently repeated among events.

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For example, wine drinkers around town have amassed a certain level of knowledge that makes them crave for information and answers to questions about wine.

A PWT can no longer be just about pouring wines into a glass. The wine is just part of it. There is a serious amount of software involved in staging these events, besides the obvious — tasting glasses, decanters, rinsing and spitting stations. There has to be wine notes that relates to the theme of the tasting. The servers have to know how to prepare the wine properly for service — breathing time, chilling temperature.

Established in 2002, YATS WINE CELLARS is a wholly-owned business unit of Hong Kong-based Yats International which owns and operates resort, wine shops, wine bars and fine-dining restaurant properties in Clark Freeport in The Philippines. YATS WINE CELLARS caters to a clientele of discerning wine lovers from all over the world. Besides a good selection of wine for everyday enjoyment, YATS offers a unique selection of aged vintage wines made available to wine enthusiasts at remarkably affordable prices. Vintages span over a century and the selection of old- and new-world wines covers all major wine regions.

Yats Wine Cellars Philippines
3003C East Tower, Philippines Stock Exchange Center (Tektite)
Exchange Road, Ortigas Center, Metro Manila, Philippines
(632) 637-5019 0917-520-4393 ask for Rea or Kristine
Wine@Yats-International.com

If Clark or Pampanga is part of an upcoming travel and holiday plan, wine lovers might want to visit Clark Freeport Zone just 70 minutes from Manila. This bustling new city that is slated to replace Manila as the new capital of the Philippines has the largest wine shop called Clark Wine Center. For more information, log on to

Getting to this wine shop in Angeles City Clark Philippines
Getting to Clark Wine Center is quite simple: after entering Clark Freeport from Dau and Angeles City, proceed straight along the main highway M A Roxas. Clark Wine Center is the stand-along white building on the right, at the corner A Bonifacio Ave.

YATS Restaurant & Wine Bar located in Mimosa Leisure Estate in Clark Freeport just 60 minutes from Manila, is well known for its classic French cuisine that is carefully tuned to pair seamlessly with elegant vintage wines. The 2700-line award-winning wine list has given immense pleasures to connoisseurs for years. It is well worth a trip to Clark to indulge in a wine-and-dine evening at Yats.

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How to open a bottle of Red Wine



This is a five minute video of how to correctly open and decant a bottle of red wine. Master Sommelier, Ronan Sayburn demonstrates how this should be done correctly.

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Las Vegas is Expensive



We got 2 sodas at the Nathan’s in New York New York on the Las Vegas Strip. I am not looking for suggestions for coupons or anything like that (which is what I’ve been getting), but I’m just saying……. it’s expensive.

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Ilili Restaurant (New York City, U.S.A.)


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Ilili is a festive loungy venue with high ceilings, beautiful people and a stunning contemporary design. When walk down Fifth Ave, the space is so narrow that you can easily pass it. Look for the long narrow hallway with high ceilings, mirrored panels and a grid-like wooden structure–then you will find ilili. Don’t let the narrow facade deceive you…the space is actually over 20,000 sq feet and divided into a series of private rooms to suit any occasion.

The alcohol bottles of the main bar is housed in a long floating wooden box. Furniture is simple, minimalist and dark–the colors are deep, rich and convey a sexy powerful look to the scene. A row of lightbulbs hang from the ceiling and sit on top of patrons as they sip on some of the most contemporary cocktails of the city.

The Fresh Meadow is a refreshing combination of gin, St Germain Elderflower liquor, and mint. The subtle taste of cucumber meshes with the concoction and puts you in a mode of relaxation and peace. From Beirut with Passion is a Basil Cilantro mint infused vodka with sparkling passion fruit. Sipping on this drink will make you feel like you on the Beirut shores chilling on the beach.

The food is a diverse selection of Mediterranean cuisine. Start with the hommus with chickpea puree. The dish is mixed with lebanese tahini, lemon, olive oil and your choice of lamb or shrimp. The fattoush is a lebanese garden salad served with a sumac lemon vinaigrette.

For the main course, order the sidon black cod. The delicious fish melts in your mouth and complements the siya dieh rice. Meat lovers need to order the lamb makloubeh–pulled lamb, eggplant with lebanese brown rice. The dish comes with a refreshing cucumber yogurt. Another option would be to order the Kilna sawa which are platters meant for sharing. The Mezza Sghire comes with hommus, baba ghannouj, falafel, fattoush, mekanek and lahmajeen.

ilili

236 Fifth Ave
between 27th and 28th
NY, NY 10001

212.481.4523

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Visit Austria – Five Things You Will Love & Hate about Austria – Wolters World




Austria is more than
Mozart, Vienna and the Sound of Music. Let us give you some tips on the good and the
bad of visiting Austria with our Five Things You Will Love and Hate about visiting or
traveling to Austria.
Hate
1. Service
2. Expensive
3. Shops/restaurants close early
4. Hard to get to know Austrians
5. Politics
Love
1. Food
2. Beautiful nature
3. Infrastructure
4. Old towns
5. Recreational acitivities

Filmed in Salzburg, Austria

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