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Pig Knuckles & Plate-sized Pretzels: Top 5 Dishes to Try in Munich, Germany

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p Top 5 dishes that first time visitors to Munich must experience Schweinshaxe     The German dish Schweinshaxe is particularly popular in Bavaria. It is a roasted pig knuckle that will melt in your mouth with its gastronomical awesomeness. The attached skin on the outside of the Schweinshaxe becomes ...

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Travel Secret #12,505: Treviso, Italy

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This charming little town is often called the gateway to Venice, the ‘City of Canals.’ Three kilometres down the road from the terminal (yes, Treviso has its own airport!), the historic town welcomes you with medieval gates, renaissance squares, frescoed churches and ancient waterways. The Sile and Cagnan rivers circle ...

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Red Hot Right Now: Munich Tollwood Summer Festival

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When: 21st June – 16th July. Where: Olympiapark, Munich, Germany Who’s coming: Big names like Bob Dylan, Kris Kristofferson or Joan Baez. Plus international theatre groups, contemporary musicians from pop, rock, and jazz genre, and hordes of tourists   The cherry on the cake: Over 70 percent of all performances, which ...

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Travel Secret #5012: Alex Garland’s ‘The Beach’

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Multi-hyphenate Alex Garland started off as a well-known writer. His novel The Beach was made into the Danny Boyle-directed, Leonardo DiCaprio starrer we all famously know as the movie that almost killed Leo’s career – safe to say it’s not a much loved film. However, Garland’s novel does no wrong. The ...

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Travel Secret #5011: ‘On The Road’ by Jack Kerouac

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Based on the travels of Jack Kerouac and his friends across America, On The Road is considered a defining work of the postwar Beat and Counterculture generations, with its protagonists living life against a backdrop of jazz, poetry, and drug use. It’s also considered one of Kerouac’s finest works.

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Travel Secret #5010: John Steinbeck’s ‘Travels With Charley’

Author and Nobel Prize winner John Steinbeck, early 1960s. (Photo by Underwood Archives/Getty Images)

John Steinbeck has left such an indelible imprint on what the world reads, it’s a little difficult to call on just one of his many titles; if we really had to go off the beaten track, however, we’d recommend Travels With Charley: In Search of America. In 1960, Steinbeck bought and refurbished ...

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