Sure, you can jostle the hordes of tourists in any of the restaurants lining Old San Juan's charming streets. But the city of San Juan -- one of the most cosmopolitan in the Caribbean -- has a vibrantly mixed culture, and dining there can be a wildly flavorful blend of local traditions, mouth-watering trends, and plenty of style if you find the right places. The seven "locals only" spots on this list of great restaurants in San Juan reveal just a hint of how any visitor can eat like a local…
Travel to Kyoto and experience Japan's culture. There are plenty of things to do in Kyoto, the main attraction being countless temples waiting for you to explore. You'll also experience great restaurants and shopping. Check out PiccaPixel's Kyoto Travel Guides for tips and the best things to do!
There are tons of new spots in London that are quickly becoming classics. Thanks to the arrival of Andre Balasz' Chiltern Firehouse, Marylebone is sprouting all kinds of greatness, plus there are loads of more affordable (and verifiably great) restaurants popping up all over town. on goop.com. http://goop.com/city-guide/london-update-the-best-new-spots/
Strange // Unique Things to do in Seoul! - "Known for its odd combinations and unique products, Seoul has no shortage of strange offerings to visitors and residents alike. The largest city in South Korea, Seoul melds Korean influences with foreign ones like no other city. These uniquely Korean takes on marketable ideas often produce puzzling, yet wonderful, results."
Southbank at night - great restaurants and atmosphere. Warm up by the night flames along the Yarra River. To see how you can live near by see www.gracerealty.com.au for apartments off the plan near Melbourne's CBD.