Aug 23rd, 2011 |
Courtesy of Fresh Hotel
Greek cuisine is a Mediterranean cusine which makes wide use of olives, cheese, vegetables and herbs, grains and bread. However, the most characteristic and ancient element of Greek cuisine is olive oil, which is often used in most dishes.
Dakos – a traditional light meal in Greece, often called “Greek bruschetta”, is very easy to make, very quick, and does not require cooking. If you want to transport yourself to Greece, at least for a moment, follow the instructions:
PREPARATION TIME: 5 MINUTES
1 dako or 4-6 crisp rusks
2 ripe tomatoes
Featured Articles, Restaurants
Aug 22nd, 2011 |
The fusion restaurant and bar located on the fourth floor of Dune Hua Hin boast a variety of mouthwatering, Euro-Asian cuisine and a wide selection of creative cocktails. The table can be arranged as indoor dining, outdoor terrace or on our rooftop lounge, offering impressive view of the remarkable Hua Hin beach and rolling mountains. The rooftop lounge offers a perfect space to chill out while you can try one of the late-night cocktails in its extensive menu.
Dune Bar and Restaurant, Dune Hua Hin Hotel, is now serving the newly created authentic northeastern style Thai dishes, the...
Featured Articles, Travel Tips, Travel Tips Budapest
Aug 19th, 2011 |
Engage yourself in one of the most magical cities on Earth – Budapest. The Bohem Art Hotel, a member of Epoque Hotels is situated right in the historical downtown section of Budapest. This boutique wonder blends two things at once, art and a place of relaxation. On every corner you can expect to see the heart and spirit of Hungarian artists showcase the best that Budapest has to offer.
Each room of the Bohem Art Hotel has a unique flavor where it is possible to select a room based on which artwork fits the mood and taste. Everything that you can wish for in one of the greatest cities of the...
Travel Tips, Travel tips Copenhagen
Aug 17th, 2011 |
The first glimpse when you encounter Langelinie is the astonishing Little Mermaid statue. Standing at only 1.25 meters high and weighing around 175 kg, this marvel has been one of the symbols of Copenhagen since its unveiling on August 23, 1913. It was a present from the brewer Carl Jacobsen of the Carlsberg Breweries. It was made by a sculptor by the name of Edvard Erichsen. Every year it is celebrated in a special way and 75% of tourists who visit Copenhagen throughout the year visit the famous Little Mermaid.
The Little Mermaid represent the Danish fairy tale written by Hans Christian Andersen...
Aug 15th, 2011 |
There are many reasons to visit Poznan, the city that lies almost in the center of Poland, half way between Berlin and Warsaw – the capital of Poland.
Once you are in Poznan you will be very surprised by all its magic that it has to offer. When you visit its Old Market Square, you will be totally enchanted by its charming atmosphere. Just look at the pictures below and if you like them, I am sure you will fall in love with Poznan!
The Old Market Square in Poznan is called the Stary Rynek in Polish, in case you wanted to broaden your mind and learn some Polish. The Old Market Square is a large...