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For a little peace and quiet in Delhi, a visit to the B'Hai (Lotus) Temple is a must. I know I needed it. I'll tell you why in this post:
An historic place worth a trip just to see the maseoluems alone. It's like an outdoor museum (housing dead people; but, hey, who's counting?) Plus, I couldn't go to Buenos Aires and not see Evita's grave. See my time at Recoleta Cemetery on this blog post:
The walkway viewing area of Perito Moreno Glacier is fun and easy way to get up close to this picturesque hunk of ice. See a blog post about my afternoon at the pasarelas of Perito Moreno:
The Taj Mahal is beautiful; and yes, you should go. See what it looks like at the end of the day through myeyes in this blog post: www.tryanythingonceblog.com/2012/09/the-taj-mahal-through-my-eyes.html
Reykjavik is a quaint capital city, and its downtown makes for a pleasant and historic stroll. See the Reykjavik City Cathedral and other parts of central Reykjavik in this blog post:www.tryanythingonceblog.com/2012/09/a-walk-through-reyjkavik.html
Take a walk with me through the bustling city of Jaipur. Through my extensive walks I passed by the Hawa Mahal, the Palace of the Winds. See more of Jaipur in this blog post.www.tryanythingonceblog.com/2012/09/a-walk-through-jaipur.html
One of the best and cheapest meals you'll have in Iceland is at Baejarins Beztu Pylsur hot dog stand. These hot dogs make look simple, but they are flavorful. Check out the link to the description of my visit there.
Home Hotel is a "homey" yet hip boutique hotel in Palermo Hollywood neighborhood. Trndy without pretension. Here's a review of the hotel:
Guerrín is my favorite pizza spot in Buenos Aires. It's traditional and oh so good. Check out my experience there in this blog post:
El Cuartito is one of the most well known pizza joints in all of Buenos Aires. Here's a look at what I thought about their traditional fugazzeta pizza and decor:
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