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Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Where To Eat?

What is more relaxing and enjoyable than going travel abroad every year without worry about the expenses right? Different people will have their personal preferences as some love to spend on shopping, visiting historical buildings, experiencing others cultural events and the list just goes on. For me, I think my vacation is incomplete without trying some good food. Tell you, I'm such a crazy over those food and beverages I have tried. I'll note down my opinion, feeling and I even rated them just like a food critic. I guess my love for food has bugged my hubby too because whenever we go for even a short trip, the first thing we gonna do is to check the places to eat before go on to make hotel reservation.

Our planning for some abroad traveling has been called off for time being as we think it's a need to save some money looking at the fact that the cost of living has increased tremendously. So what I usually do in my spare time is to check the places for vacations and places to dine in Globe Trekker besides surfing on internet. Yeah I'm currently addicted to my "virtual trip" and searching the information on traveling Manchester, an old city of UK. I was so wrong to think that there must be only variety of English cuisines available in the city. Browsing more on manchester restaurants, eating out, I'm sure you'll be surprised to figure out the wide range of choices awaiting you there. Of course I'll be enjoying myself in Manchester's China Town where set menus and all you can eat deals are among the hot deals. If you're curry lover, a visit to Curry Mile is a must. Some authentic Spanish eateries are great for a proper meals and chilling at tapas. If you're affordable, there's no reason not going for fine dining in Spinningfields. It would be good idea to mingle with the beautiful people at pubs and bars at night. So, there are so much you can try if you stop-by Manchester.
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Blogger Tammy said...

One of the best things about traveling is eating new kinds of food.

July 2, 2008 at 7:57 AM  

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