Iceland travel tip: put on your raincoats and join The Englishman Who Ate Everything at the best restaurant in Reykjavik. The menu will certainly challenge us.
The bottle chilling in the cooler has a story to tell (with a little Italiano lesson thrown in for free in the brackets). Pecorino? Isn’t that a type of Italian …? Well yes, but it’s also a re-discovered Italian grape variety.
You will see people kissing each other at almost any airport or railway station in the world but where.tips tells you where to see lipstick-wearers kissing a white wall in Frankfurt.
The Englishman Who Ate Everything left his hat in the taxi. Now faced with having to sit in the sun for hours, he’s off to find the most stylish hat shop in Seville.
The Englishman Who Ate Everything goes in search of an authentic Sichuan / Sechuan / Szechuan restaurant in Amsterdam and tells where.tips what he found.
… dismisseth us. Apart from the tongue-twister, the port town of Leith on the northern outskirts of Edinburgh is famous for The Royal Yacht Britannia and Kitchin. The Englishman Who Ate Everything investigates for where.tips
The Englishman Who Ate Everything visits one of the best restaurants in the world, Geranium in Copenhagen, and the National Football Stadium at the same time!
where.tips recommends London’s Grant Museum of Zoology – but not because of its most famous exhibit – the jar of moles. Read on to discover what’s even more interesting.
The Englishman Who Ate Everything visits his favourite restaurant in Brussels and tells where.tips what to look out for on the ever-changing specials board.
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