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A Hong Kong Dingding Bus Ride Guide

By Janet / April 26, 2019

The car is a double-decker tram in Hong Kong. This kind of transportation a hundred years ago is still only preserved in Hong Kong. The track of the car runs through the north of Hong Kong Island in the east-west direction. The most comprehensive route is Kennedy Town – Tsuen Wan. The journey takes about […]

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Bistopping, Korean Fairy Ice Cream Shop

By Janet / April 24, 2019

The Bistopping ice cream from Seoul, South Korea is really beautiful!     Bistopping should be regarded as the fairy level in the ice cream, the dream color, the main candy candy, and the minute girl burst. As a high-gathering place in the Jiangnan Xinsha Cave, Bistopping’s decoration is simple and stylish, especially the sign […]

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Introduction To Specialty Foods Across China

By Janet / April 22, 2019

There are many cities in China that are gathering places for food. Even many people from other places will rush to eat local specialties. The food in each place is different in each city. The food also represents different food cultures in different cities. The city that is known as the capital of food is […]

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One Of The World’s Only Huskies Theme Cafes In Bangkok

By Janet / April 3, 2019

There is a huskies-themed café in Bangkok, Thailand, which caters to the desire of those who cannot raise or want to keep dogs and want to walk the dog. This is the world’s first and only huskie-themed café. Come to truelove, like to participate in the Husky theme, you must first buy a ticket. 35 […]

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Osaka Brush Ice Cream Shop – Creative Dessert Shop

By Janet / March 20, 2019

Today I recommend a very special dessert shop called The buggy. Brushed ice cream is the hottest dessert in this store. Everyone who goes there needs to order one. The brushed ice cream designed with the paintings as the starting point for creativity is like eating ice cream instead of enjoying art. The creativity of […]

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El Ateneo Grand Splendid — South America’s Most Beautiful Bookstore

By Janet / August 3, 2016

How can old theaters shine without any more play? Here’s the best example of a stunning rebirth. Grand Splendid Theater in Buenos Aires, Argentina has a history of almost a hundred years, and it was successfully converted into a beautiful bookstore called El Ateneo Grand Splendid. Literally its name has indicated the charm of the […]

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Art Nouveau door of the Villa Melchiorri

By Janet / July 14, 2016

I found this photo on Pinterest, captioned as an “Art Nouveau door in Paris”. Art Nouveau yes, Paris, no. A few pages of scrolling through my Google reverse image search leads me to a villa in Ferrara, which is said to be a highly underrated city far less visited than Florence, (but just as fabulous). Villa Melchiorri is […]

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10 Coolest Ice Bars To Combat The Heatwave In Summer

By Janet / June 12, 2016

As summer temperatures start to soar, with heatwaves across US,what’s better than having a drink with friends at a regular bar? Enjoying one in a bar made entirely of ice. If you’ve never been to an ice bar before, now’s your chance to experience one.Fantastic ice sculptures, sexy vodka cocktails, and Siberian-like temperatures – the […]

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Pictures From The 2016 Festival Of Light In Sydney

By Janet / June 1, 2016

VIVID 2016 is a  festival of lights kicked off on May 22 and runs until June 8.More than 150 artists from 23 countries have created over 90 light installations and projections that appear in more than eight precincts spread across Sydney. Let’s have a look at some of the installations and projections… Vivid Festival, Taronga Zoo, Sydney, NSW, Australia. […]

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