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Restaurant Salamanca, Spanish Food, Barceloneta – Spain Travel Article

Restaurant Salamanca, Spanish Food, Barceloneta I had one request for my first meal in a restaurant: that it be outside.The food was secondary. Cheap was a boon because well you know, you’ve lived it. The point is to see my friend. Whom I hadn’t been able to see for three months. First because in Spain, we were under the strictest lockdown in Europe, children were kept indoors for a full 8 weeks. No exceptions. Then as we entered Phase 1,…

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Ytterjärna Kulturbygge – en oas nära Stockholm – Sweden Travel Article

Ytterjärna Kulturbygge – en oas nära Stockholm Kanske har du passerat Saltå Kvarns gula kvarn intill E4:an, kanske tryckt en mosbricka på macken, och kanske hört talas om de där antroposoferna i Järna. Men har du varit där? Sett det lavendelblå vasshuset nere vid havet, och smakat på en biodynamisk bulle i huset utan raka hörn? Jag är uppvuxen i den lilla byn Järna och har bott där största delen av mitt liv (17,8 år för att vara exakt). Här…

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30 Perfect At-Home Date Night Ideas – Devour Madrid – Spain Travel Article

30 Perfect At-Home Date Night Ideas – Devour Madrid Keeping the romance alive when you’re stuck together 24/7 doesn’t have to be a chore!  It’s amazing how many things you can do if you’re housebound or everything is shut. We’ve compiled 30 great date night ideas for staying loved up in lockdown. 1. Get dolled up and play bartender The bars may be on pause, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get glammed up and spend an evening supping with…

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NSW road trip: how to explore Australia’s east coast and outback – Couples Travel Article

NSW road trip: how to explore Australia’s east coast and outback Our camping road trip through New South Wales (NSW) was our most memorable family adventure yet. We had recently returned to Australia after five years of living in the UK and travelling through Europe, so we were determined to explore more of our own ‘outback yard’. And, with baby in tow, that’s exactly what we did. We stocked up on camping supplies in Brisbane, packed all our belongings into…

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An Evening at the Moulin Rouge with Tinggly – dipkiss travels – Couples Travel Article

An Evening at the Moulin Rouge with Tinggly – dipkiss travels The Moulin Rouge is no doubt one of the world’s most iconic showbiz institutions. The world’s most famous cabaret show.The birthplace of the modern form of the can-can dance.One of Paris’ most famous landmarks. Its neon red lights and giant windmill has long symbolized the sensual side of Paris, which was first popularized during Europe’s Belle Epoque period. © Moulin Rouge Official Facebook PageToday, the Moulin Rouge still remains…

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13 Most Haunted Places in Sweden – Sweden Travel Article

13 Most Haunted Places in Sweden Last Updated: 06/08/2020There are many haunted places in Sweden, and there are ghost stories from several of them that have been going on for decades. I have put together a list of the most haunted houses in Sweden, and you can even stay overnight at several of them. Mystical screams and cries during nighttime, ice-cold winds, unexplained noises, and odd guises. Sweden has several haunted places where these phenomena have been encountered. And you’re not alone…

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