Cruix, Mediterranean, Eixample – Foodie in Barcelona – Spain Travel Article

Cruix, Mediterranean, Eixample – Foodie in Barcelona I’ve been on this street before. To eat at Cinc Sentits across the way. I never noticed Cruix. It looks like most other bar-restaurants. Seats outside with some umbrellas provided by a beer company. Long and narrow with a forgettable interior and brown tiles on the floor with black grouting. Paula Mourenza, the Spain manager for food tour company Culinary Backstreets has picked Cruix for lunch today.She’s done her research and she is…

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Family Travel Blog – Tokyo Travel Article

Family Travel Blog Follow my blog with Bloglovin Tokyo with Kids Many parents probably would never consider taking their children to Tokyo. The size of the city can be off putting to most parents, but trust us, it is an incredible place to take kids, especially if you adapt a little your schedules to suit them. Jerome first travelled with us to Tokyo and Japan when he was 10 months and then pretty much once every year after that. He…

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Family Travel Blog – Tokyo Travel Article

Family Travel Blog Follow my blog with Bloglovin Booking Tickets in Advance Anyone wanting to visit the Robot Cafe should pre book tickets online. After our afternoon at the Ghibli Exhibition at Mori Art Museum in Roppongi, I had bought tickets for the Robot Café Show in Shinjuku’s Kabuki-Cho, the craziest show in Japan. Mad Show to Watch with Kids I had seen plenty of photos and videos from friends and online. It looked like the kind of show that would…

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Family Travel Blog – Tokyo Travel Article

Family Travel Blog Follow my blog with Bloglovin Treasure Trove of Exciting Past Times Tokyo is a treasure trove of activities and fun things to do with kids of all ages. Discover what we have enjoyed on our past trips to Tokyo, including some unusual past times in our favourite city of all. Child Friendly Museums: Ghibli Museum in Mitaka Ghibli museum should be on your list of destinations even if if you have not watched any of their incredible…

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Istanbul: A Bazaar Weekend – 3TravelBug – Travel Article

One of the best things about Istanbul is just how many cultures are visually impacting the city at any given time. Bridging the gap between Europe and Asia, the city is situated on the banks of the strategically important Bosphorus strait, known historically as a meeting point for much of the Old World’s trade. Founded in 330 AD as Constantinople, Istanbul is now a modern day gateway to experiencing a mix of religion, culture and history. One of the main…

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