Matt Preston's miso corn fritters with chilli bacon caramel

Here are some dining options in Australia:

  • Restaurants BYO. BYO is understood as “to bring” (Bring Your Own), with a mean alcohol. In many urban areas of Australia you will find inexpensive restaurants that do not have a license to sell alcohol, but allow visitors to bring a bottle of wine purchased elsewhere. This goes a lot cheaper than ordering wine in a restaurant. In some restaurants you can get beer, others allow only wine. Expect for otkuporivanie bottles will have to pay the amount, ranging from 2-3 to 15 dollars. Bring alcohol into the restaurant, licensed to conduct liquor is prohibited.
  • The Asian eateries offers mainly Asian cuisine.
  • Lunch at the pub. Today, some pubs offer and lunch as lunch and dinner in the middle of the day. Distributed the following dishes: meat steaks, chicken in Parma, nachos, etc..
  • BBQ – a popular pastime among the Australians and many parks officially open to it. Contrary to the belief of foreigners in the stereotype, the Australians rarely “throw a shrimp on the barbecue” (incidentally, the Australian English word “prawn” is often referred to as “shrimp”, rather than as a “prawn”). Instead, at most barbecue cooked steaks, chops, chicken and barbecue.

In different regions of Australia learn about local restaurants and what and how they are served.

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Englander brews french beer in kronach

A brite who brews bavarian beer in kronach, speaks perfect wallenfelserisch and has several school and university degrees. The educational qualifications, do they exist at all?? Yes! His name is robert smith, he is 25 years young, a level-headed fellow and very smart.

Robert smith, or better "rob, as his friends call him, beer is his great passion. But only brewing. Okay, now and then he also drinks one. He loves the smells that waft through the brewhouse. When the scent of the root wafts toward him, he closes his eyes, takes a deep breath, laughs and swarms: "this will be a good beer!" In the best wallenfels dialect. "I can smell it coming, because I know it's going to be a good one", says rob with a beaming smile and is happy that the profession is a vocation for him. It wasn't easy, because he couldn't start his apprenticeship as a brewer and maltster until he was 22 years old.

Already as a child in wallenfels
But first things first: robert smith from bingham near nottingham came to wallenfels as a small child with his father colin in 1991/92. The dad was leader of the toot hill dance band from the british twin town of wallenfels and regularly went camping in the floberstadt with his musicians.

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Some travelers opt for annual travel insurance and believe it the most economical insurance for them. So what makes it different from other types of travel insurance? The biggest difference is that it covers multiple trips that are taken for an entire year.  So if you’re going to be making multiple trips you may want to check it out.

What’s Different with Annual Travel Insurance?

With standard trip insurance the amount of cancellation or trip interruption insurance is based upon the total pre-paid non-refundable cost for a particular trip. With an annual policy the total travel costs won’t be known when you initially purchase the plan. For this reason the trip cancellation/trip interruption coverage is very limited.

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What to see and do in Britain

Britain – a country with a rich history and culture, and moreover, it is not as badly damaged during the Second World War, Germany, so on its territory remained a huge number of historical monuments. The island has a unique, slightly severe nature, the beauty of which can evaluate each – from the beaches of Brighton to the lakes and islands of Scotland.


  • Stonehenge – an ancient megalithic structure located near the city of Salisbury in Wiltshire. This famous collection of huge stones is known all over the world, but still do not know for what it is specifically used.
  • Bath – a city with many monuments Gregorian architecture, Roman baths and wonderful of Bath Abbey.
  • Edinburgh – one of the most beautiful cities in the UK and the world, second only to London in attendance. Its Old Town – is an example of medieval architecture, and the Edinburgh Festival attracts a huge number of tourists.
  • Hadrian shaft – the ancient Roman Empire border length 122 km, built in the 122 AD. e. under the Emperor Hadrian. Runs east to west of the island, actually crossing it in the Anglo-Scottish border.
  • York – a city in the north of England, surrounded by medieval walls, and its major attractions are the cathedral of York, neighborhoods Shables, castle and abbey of St. Mary of the XIII century.
  • Canterbury Cathedral – a magnificent medieval cathedral, founded in the beginning of VII century and later rebuilt in the Gothic style. It is the seat of the Archbishop of Canterbury, and the place of death of Thomas Becket. Cathedral celebrated in the legendary “Canterbury Tales” by Chaucer.
  • Shakespeare’s birthplace in Stratford-upon-Avon – in this town goes a large number of tourists and admirers of Shakespeare. Today, in many places it looks like in Shakespeare’s time.
  • Liverpool – the city is not only famous as the birthplace of The Beatles, but also as one of the standard ports of the past, so that was in the list of World Heritage Sites.
  • Fountains Abbey – the ruins of the abbey are in Yorkshire. This monastery was built in 1132, but was subsequently destroyed. However, the ruins are well preserved and have become a tourist attraction.
  • Giants Road – located 100 kilometers from Belfast on the north coast of Northern Ireland and is a series of rocks of 40,000 massive black basalt columns.
  • Castles of Wales – there remain a number of splendid medieval castles, for example, locks Conwy, Harlech, Cardiff, Caernarfon. Some were built directly on the orders of Edward I – King of England, who won the Wales.
  • Portsmouth historic dockyard – the birthplace of many famous British ships, some of which are on display today at the dock. Shipyard has more than five centuries of history.

Special mention deserves the capital of the country – London, who has played and continues to play an important role in world history for at least the last thousand years. No wonder he keeps a huge number of attractions – from the Tower to Westminster Abbey, Big Ben from the Cathedral of St. Paul, from the National Gallery to the Madame Tussauds, from Trafalgar Square to Buckingham Palace.

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Adalbert hamel distinguishes himself through his loyalty

Its 90. Adalbert hamel was able to celebrate his 50th birthday yesterday, thursday 12. July, celebrate. He invited guests to the "waldcafe" in tambach and the relatives were able to pay the jubilarian a well-deserved tribute with their visit. The 90-year life of adalbert hamel, who was born in ahorn and also attended school there, was marked, among other things, by loyalty to his employer, the company sohnlein. He started his apprenticeship there in 1943, but had to do military service in the meantime. In 1983 he was awarded the honorary certificate for 40 years of uninterrupted work. After all, he served his employer for 47 years. Four years after the end of the war, more happy years began. He married his lisbeth, who came from frankenwald, where the wedding was also celebrated. In the same year, 1949, daughter ursula was born. Rough joy prepares granddaughter daniela. 1950 the family moved to coburg.

They were both able to celebrate their golden wedding anniversary until adalbert hamel was struck by fate: the death of his wife. The birthday boy nevertheless carried on his household alone – and very neatly, too.
He is proud to be an honorary member of SV hut. He is the oldest member of the distinguished class there. His hobby is still fubball, but as a spectator in the. Regular walks are also the order of the day. "I am still satisfied with life as it is", said the jubilarian. He also used to travel, to austria, spain and greece.

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What to see in Indonesia

Komodo Island

Visiting the island of Komodo National Park, you can see for the last dinosaur left on Earth – the huge monitor lizards of Komodo. These lizards are found only in this country, and only on these islands, the amazing diversity of flora and fauna. The largest specimen in the wild reaches a length of 3 meters and weighed 160 kg. The Reserve monitors weigh about 70 kg, and the length of the tail is half the length of the entire body. These lizards are brown and eat only meat of large animals. Sometimes lizards tend to cannibalism – they eat their young offspring. A powerful tail, sharp claws and teeth cutting they can kill and tear apart the adult bull. There are cases of attacks on humans monitors. Of hotels on the island, almost none.

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What to do in Spain

Festivals in Spain

Spain – a country of festivals, there are annually held dozens of such events. Festivals cover all genres of art. The most ambitious of these are listed below. If you plan to spend a lot of time in the capital of Catalonia, you should refer to “Festivals and parades in Barcelona.”
June – July. International Music Festival in Granada: concerts, operetta, classical and modern dance and flamenco
The second half of July – the first half of August. International Music Festival in Santander: music, dance, theater
End of June – August. Theatre Festival in Merida: classical Greco-Latin and Mediterranean theater
September. National Festival of classical theater in Almagro: classic Spanish and world theater
Mid-September – early October. Autumn festival in Madrid: concerts, opera, drama, classical and modern dance
July. Jazz Festival in San Javier
August. International Vocal Festival Habaneras in Torrevieja

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What to see and to do in France

Undoubtedly, the main attractions are the French in Paris – it’s the Eiffel Tower and the Arc de Triomphe, a repository of the world’s masterpieces – the Louvre, Notre Dame, Montmartre, Luxembourg Gardens … shows what is interesting in the French capital, we will not, this site has information about the city of Paris, where you can read (and see photos and a location map) about the sights of Paris, about the museums of Paris, about the cathedrals of Paris and many more. Here are some interesting places outside the capital city of France, because the entire country is something to see.

Chartres, Notre-Dame Cathedral

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What to do in Greece

Holidays and festivals

List of public holidays:

New Year – January 1
Epiphany – January 6
End of Carnival (the first day of fasting) – float (19 February 2007)
Independence Day and the Annunciation – March 25
Good Friday – floating (April 25, 2008)
Easter – floating (27 April 2008)Easter Monday – Floating (28 April 2008)
May Day, Labor Day – May 1
Trinity – float (15 June 2008)
Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary – August 15
Liberation Day in World War II – 28 October
Christmas – December 25
St. Stephen – December 26

Three major public holidays – this ChristmasEaster and the Assumption. Christmas – usually personal, family holiday, but illuminations and decorations placed on the areas around the country. On the day of the Assumption in many cities and festivals are held great festivals. Easter Holidays are celebrated, perhaps,most splendid of all holidays: religious procession on Good Friday and concludes Saturday evening culminated in a set of fireworks at midnight before Easter morning.

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Young theater forchheim threatens to fail

The young theater forchheim (JTF) needs around 10,000 euros to keep the theater going in the last quarter of 2012. JTF chairman wolfram weltzer also reiterated to the finance committee on tuesday that a professional program in the future "cannot be done on a voluntary basis could be put on the fube. The circart festival at the weekend was the symbolic crowning of a 20-year development.
Weltzer said that the kind of theater work that hubert forscht and, most recently, lorenz deutsch had done could no longer be done on a 400-euro basis. "Without professionals we will collapse programmatically."

Despite this appeal, the majority of the finance committee was not prepared to add 10,000 euro for this year. However, mayor franz stumpf (CSU/WUO) indicated that he would not let the young theater hang, and that he would find a financial solution for the overprinting of the theater in 2012; franz stumpf wants to present this solution to the city council on 30 june 2012. November present.

But the debate about this subsidy was only a side issue of a much more fundamental question that the city council still has to answer: can the young theater count on 50,000 euros a year for a full-time cultural manager starting in 2013?? This manager was then hired in cooperation with the city to maintain the existing theater structures in forchheim. Whereby the JTF chairman weltzer noted that there could be other financial backers besides the city.

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