CASTLE BURRIAC

It has become one of the most emblematic monuments of the region of Maresme. This castle is located between the towns of Mataró, Argentona and Cabrera de Mar, in a position where visually controls the coast . The 11th Century “Castell de Burriac” is a small medieval castle with fantastic views of the Maresme Coast,…

Restaurant Ward Amman – Flower of my heart.

Ward (means flower in arabic) a great place and lovely good. Wide selection of food with open area, 4 different restaurants in one place. Italian food, Asian food, Mediterranean food and Arabic foood. There are play area for kids safe with staff to control the kids. Overall great place to have food with family, business lunch…

TcheTche Amman good place to eat

Tche de Tche has evolved from the ladies favorite cafe in Amman for a regional chain in no time. And if you ask me why, here is a simple formula … well, nice terrasse, a varied menu that offers snacks and juices as well as a cozy inviting atmosphere and the sheesha. When I am in…

Hotel Barceló Sants – ready to take the train

A futuristic and modern design hotel is very well communicated The Barceló Sants **** stars hotel is presented with a futuristic image, simulating an orbital station that allows to enjoy an imaginary space trip. Located above the Sants Station, and with direct access to the AVE and to the metro and train networks of Barcelona, it…

Monastery San Pau del Campo – oldest in Barcelona

Monastery San Pau del Campo ubicated in Raval is the oldest in Barcelona and is worth visiting inside. Its first times of life stayed outside the walls of the city of Barcelona, hence its name “del Camp” since it was originally in the countryside in the direction of Monjuic. This is one of the Catalan monastic…

Port of Barcelona at your feet, welcome to Terraza Martinez

“Love, I want to se the moon and the stars with you.”  Terraza Martinez restaurant in Barcelona, located in the Montjuïc area. Is the second gastronomic project of José Mª Parrado, who opened the also famous “Cañete” about a few years ago. The terrace-restaurant “Martínez” is a quality “chiringuito” (snack bar on the beach) as the owner…

Slovak vegetarian food

Slovakia may be a pork lover’s paradise, but vegetarians traveling in Slovakia needn’t worry.There are plenty of meatless options for vegetarians if you only know what to order.  Cabbage, potatoes, and carrots are staples in most dishes, and salads usually consist of tomatoes, cucumber, and onions.  Lunch is considered the main meal of the day, and…

Košice – The City of Peace

Kosice  is the second largest city in Slovakia. The city prides on being known as “The City of Peace” thanks to non-violent ethnic and national tolerance throughout its history. For those who don’t know where Kosice is, all they have to do is to look in eastern Slovakia, near the border with Hungary. But did you know…

Jerash – Jordan’s other rediscovered treasure

Jerash had long been on my mind but I had only recently read about the Roman ruins  that  is one of the best preserved sites of Roman architecture outside Italy. It is Jordan’s second most popular tourist site …and it is only a 30 minute drive from Amman! Jerash, then known as Gerasa, was a…

Sushi Butique Scalini Riyadh

If you read my blog you should know that I love sushi. I try to taste sushi in every country or city I visited. You will wonder how different tastes and form to present sushi are. Today I will present you Sushi Bar Butique Scalini in Riyadh Saudi Arabia. I know…Scalini is not tipical name…

Foul – One of Jordan’s Oldest and Most Important Dishes

On my long stay in Jordan , during a month I learned how to cook some of the most famous jordanian dishes. Here is first of my favorites. Foul (ful maddamis) Foul (pronounced fool) is a very simple concept, which explains why it dates back thousands of years and can be traced around the Middle…