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Back Alley Barcelona: An art lover's guide to enjoying design off the typical tourist trail
Curated by:Jennifer Pearson
Leigh Virkus' rating: Aug 01, 2014
What can be said about this masterpiece? Behind bullet-proof glass, in St. Peter's Cathedral, the Pieta is a must for anyone visiting Rome. See Mary's peaceful face as she holds her dead Son, then ... read more
notice her graceful left hand in a helpless position. This incredible marble sculpture was completed before Michelangelo's 25th birthday. It hardly seems possible.
C/ Santa Isabel, 3, 28012 Madrid, Spain
Sophia Aduana's rating: Aug 01, 2014
A classic theater I adored going to for classic and "foreign" films. It's an old theater from back when movie going was at its best boasting classic and grandiose interiors with an outdoor screening ... read more
area during balmy summer months. Pretty much Madrid's Cinema Paradiso... A gem in a diamond-in-the-rough neighborhood of Lavapies.
3180 Willow Creek Road, Prescott, AZ, United States
Andrea Kristine's rating: Aug 01, 2014
What's a toddy? If you're in Arizona, it's cold brewed coffee, and so far Method is the only place in Prescott to do it right AND have the beauty and convenience of a drive thru window! If you're ... read more
staying a while, the interior is certainly conducive to studying/online work with a spacious interior. Friendly staff, delicious baked goods and coffees. A must try if you're venturing to the Prescott area.
Arch of Constantine
Via di San Gregorio, 00186 Rome, Italy
Leigh Virkus' rating: Aug 01, 2014
Arco di Constantino, a triumphal arch, is a must when visiting Rome. Located between the Colosseum and Palatine Hill, you can't miss it when touring ancient Rome. Dedicated in 315 AD, it is being ... read more
restored right now, and is partially covered by scaffolding. When visiting the sights of ancient Rome, it is easy to become overwhelmed (especially on a hot day). But, take the time to study the details on this triumphal arch and enjoy its sculptures, reliefs, Corinthian columns and various adornments.
Andrea Kristine's rating: Jun 14, 2014
Downtown Phoenix has undergone many shifts and changes over the past decade but has grown to become a thriving and ever-changing city. There is much to be seen and much to do. With the addition of a ... read more
light rail system to the area, getting from Mesa (about 20 miles away) to Tempe (home of ASU) to the Sky Harbor Airport on to Phoenix is not an issue any longer. If you come to visit, don't just head to Scottsdale and Tempe, come see what Phoenix has to offer. The ever changing exhibitions at the local art, science and history museums are well worth the visit. There are monthly First Friday events on Roosevelt Street, and the traditional older and inventive new restaurants and bars that are popping up all over downtown Phoenix make it such a great place to visit and live.
Splendid Palace Hotel
Büyükada-Nizam Mh., Yirmiüç Nisan Cd No:23, Istanbul, Turkey
. Troy's rating: Aug 01, 2014
There are around a dozen places to stay on the Prince Island of Büyükada - the largest of the nine islands which make up the archipelago - and this is likely the best for its combination of charm and ... read more
comfort. Don't expect all the trappings of a modern hotel - it's like this place has been preserved in aspic since it was built in 1908. But I love it all the more for it. And in the best traditions of Turkey, service is a little frayed at the edges.
Sumanth kanakamedala's rating: Aug 01, 2014
Mvp sector 1
Pingwe Village Rd, Pingwe, Tanzania
Nomadic by Nature's rating: Aug 01, 2014
This is a super cool spot. A restaurant built on a rock outcropping in the tidal zone, so as the tide comes in, you dine on a little exclusive island. The food here is very expensive, but also quite ... read more
good. Try the gnocchi with vanilla. You can also just show-up for drinks. It is about 25 minutes north of Paje.
Chris Kompst's rating: Aug 01, 2014
Pioche, is a living ghost town. The population of 1,000 that currently lives there does a good job of preserving the history of this once-important mining town. It was originally founded 1864 and ... read more
remained vibrant into the 1930's. The town was known for being violent and the cemetery "Boot Hill" is a landmark of the city. The southern entrance to the city has the remains of the aerial tramway, which carried ore from the mines to the Gobde mill. There are many unrestored buildings.Labor Day is the big holiday when visitors enjoy "mucking events."
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