Paris’ Famous Steak Frites at Le Relais de l’Entrecôte

Opened by Paul Gineste de Saurs in 1959, Le Relais de l’Entrecôte, is a popular Parisian bistro focused around a single dish, steak frites. Upon entering the restaurant, which is overseen by an all-female waitstaff dressed in traditional black and white servers uniforms, you will be seated, presented a sliced baguette and a wine list […]

Stuttgart’s Television Tower: Der Fernsehturm

Put into operation in February 1956 after a twenty month construction period, Stuttgart’s television tower was one of the first modern television towers ever built. To construct the tower, a hole 30 meters wide and 8 meters deep was dug as the foundation. Secured by a ring of prestressed concrete, the massive base supports the […]

Brooklyn’s Rockaway Home for Authentic ThaiThai Nam Phet

Less than an hour’s car ride east of New York City you’ll come across Thai Nam Phet, a Thai restaurant unexpectedly located off Hwy. 46 featuring authentic flavors that have garnered it a loyal following. The restaurant offers a relaxed setting further complimented by the friendly staff and fast service. Thai Nam Phet has been […]

Views of Paris from L’Institut du Monde Arabe

Stop into L’Institut du Monde Arabe and make your way to the 9th floor terrace to take in one of the best views of Paris. The sweeping panoramic scene captures Cathédrale Notre Dame situated on the Île de la Cité and continues to stretch along the Seine past the Île Saint-Louis and over the rooftops […]

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