5 Top Sights in Manila

Manila – it's one of the world's biggest cities and one of its most exciting and diverse. Steeped in history but with a vibrant 21st century edge, Manila offers a tantalizing variety of delights for all travelers. Here's a list of five top attractions spanning six centuries – from colonial walls to giant oceanariums and luxury shopping destinations.

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2014 Michelin Stars for London

Whoa, when I go the idea to list all of London's Michelin starred restaurants I really didn't realize it would be quite so lengthy. Yep, London's got just over 60 fine dining establishments boasting the much sought after stars from the famous Michelin Guide on where to eat. Of the nine new entries from London, I've had the pleasure of dining at three this year – Bo London, HKK and Lima – and can attest that they comprise a trio well deserving of accolades and recognition. Anyway, once I pho my list I figured I should go ahead and finish it and share it with you. So here it is. Bon Appétit!

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Fine Dining at Quantus in Chiswick, West London

Another great restaurant to add to my growing list of London's best is Quantus. Offering an exquisite menu of modern European cuisine with a strong Latin influence and a wine list that's inspired and rather Latin tinged as well, this local west London fine dining establishment is a great option for foodies foraging around West London in search of excellence. Service at this lovely little Chiswick local is formal and prompt yet exceptionally friendly, and the prices are a huge relief.

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Five St. Paul, MN Restaurants You Should Not Miss

The Twin Cities of Minneapolis/St. Paul are considered by many to be prime foodie destinations. Restaurants in both of these cities are on the cutting edge of gastronomy – including a commitment to “farm-to-fork” dish creation. For suggestions on where to eat in Minneapolis, see my post here [note to editor: link to one of my Minneapolis restaurant posts]. Here are my top five suggestions for stand-out restaurants in St. Paul.

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Going for Asian in Paris

Yes, of course, the number one gastronomic aim of any visit to the City of Lights is to indulge in the fabulous French cuisine. Some of the greatest restaurants, patisseries, boutique food shops and more await globetrotting gourmets seeking a taste of the best local and regional French food.

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