January 19, 2013

2012: NoGarlicNoOnions Beyond Borders... Discovering while Traveling

2012 was a big year for me. I had the chance to travel a lot and discover many countries from a new perspective. Bulgaria, Spain, France, United Arab Emirates, Cyprus, Qatar, Russia, Tunisia and Turkey. Enjoy my experiences with many more to come in 2013. I promise you that it's gonna be even more interesting...

The International City Guide: NoGarlicNoOnions Travels

The International City Guide: Cities From Around The World The International City Guide V.1: PARIS The International City Guide V.2: LONDON London 2012: A Food Lover Journey Around the City’s Magical Wonders The International City Guide V.3: BARCELONA The International City Guide V.4: ISTANBUL The International City Guide V.5: Cruising The Mediterranean The International City »more…

2012: The Year’s Greatest Hotel Stays

In 2012, I was lucky enough to travel a lot, discovering 26 different cities and checking into more than 50 hotels around the world. Each hotel was a unique experience and a step forward to learn more about the culture of every city I visited. My ultimate favorite is still the Danieli Hotel Venice visited in »more…

Tunis 2012: A Culinary Journey Full of Discoveries

Visiting a new country is a new journey, every city is a new discovery … Three days in Tunis, Carthage and Sidi Bou Said were surely not enough for me to live the complete Tunisian experience but it was enough to make me want to come back again really, and I am hoping really soon. Tunis »more…

Bulgaria 2012: Discovering a New Country…

Bulgaria 2012 A Culinary Journey Around Europe’s Greatest Cities: Bulgaria 2012 It’s 8am, on a sunny Sunday morning. I was drinking coffee and eating a Bulgarian cheese sandwich in the calmest airport on earth. I am literally alone in this huge terminal waiting for my plane to Paris CDG back to Beirut. A quick four-day trip where »more…

A Journey Along the Loire Valley Castles, France

Last week, my wife and I went on a quest to discover some of the most beautiful Castles of this region by staying three nights in three different fine hotels. We started with Loiret is a department in North-Central France. The department is named after the river Loiret, a tributary of the Loire. The Loiret is located wholly within the department. Loiret is»more…

London 2012: A Food Lover Journey Around the City’s Magical Wonders

London 2012: A Food Lover Journey Around the City’s Magical Wonders Back on the International Road, Expect Many Reviews Coming Your Way Soon It’s been a while I haven’t put in some personal reviews from international cities. Now I am back on track with a few nice planned trips on the way… and I am »more…

The International City Guide: BARCELONA

Guides from around the world: Barcelona On my second visit to Barcelona I decided to do something different: I decided to write this edition of around the world review, minute by minute, as much as my phone battery allows it. I wanted to describe every aspect of the experience without forgetting any details. Last night, »more…

The International City Guide: ISTANBUL

Guides from around the world: Istanbul A couple of years ago, Turkey and Lebanon signed an agreement allowing both populations to visit their neighbors without the need of visa. That opened a lot of touristic and business opportunities. This year, I went to Istanbul for work at the beginning of the summer season and decided »more…

The International City Guide: MOSCOW

My trip to Moscow was long overdue. Not Moscow as a place, but the idea of discovering a whole new city and sharing it with you. The feeling of anticipation is nice. It was 2am and time to leave home towards the airport to take the Alitalia flight flying to Moscow via Rome. Too bad I couldn’t take »more…

Visiting Paris: Christmas Season 2012

La Brasserie Gaîté: Unique French Crepes La Brasserie Gaîté, located just a few steps away from the Edgar Quinet Metro station in Paris serves Crepes like you never tasted before. I am a big fan of Crepes. I love how they present them on the streets of Paris – which come in a cone like shape »more…

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