Monthly Archives: November 2012

Taking it Eze!

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Just a few miles from the city of Nice in the South of France, or Cote d”Azur for those being specific, is the hilltop town of Eze (pronounced “eh-zz”).  Founded around 2000 BC, Eze began as a small commune near …

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L&B Spumoni Gardens: Where the Best Pizza Grows!

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Situated in the neighborhood of Bensonhurst in south Brooklyn lies an oasis of pizza and spumoni.  Since 1939, L&B Spumoni Gardens is a favorite Italian pizzeria that offers all sorts of Italian eats, from pizza to pasta, and everything in …

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Kata Tjuta and a Sheila Named Olga

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In the Red Centre, Uluru isn’t the only natural wonder out there.  Located about 16 miles (25 km) to the west of Uluru is Kata Tjuta, also known as Mount Olga (or The Olgas).    These large domed rock formations are located about …

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Wrigley Field: Inside the Friendly Confines

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One of the oldest and most beautiful ballparks in America can be found at 1060 West Addison Street on Chicago’s north side.  If you see hot dogs topped with sport peppers and yellow mustard, fans in red, white, and blue, …

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The Unisphere: See the World in Queens!

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New York City is a cornucopia of famous landmarks, big and small.  And one of the most famous can be found at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in the neighborhood of Flushing, Queens.  Actually, it’s more like, world-famous!  The giant steel globe, …

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