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Let’s start with the fun stuff. Doc Holliday – gunfighter, gambler, Wild West legend and, uh, dentist – died here. Why he died here is the first clue to Glenwood Springs’ long-standing appeal to travelers: thermal hot springs. In Holliday’s day they were thought to have restorative powers;...
...in the planning and a way to get themselves psyched up about a destination. Some people are, of course, certifiably insane. For most of us, though, budgeting for a trip is like going to the dentist after bingeing on sugar for a few months. But budgeting is better than running out of money halfway through a trip and having to make an embarrassed call home to friends or parents. It only...
...a, and what might be the best dondurma (ice cream) on the island. So pull up a pew and watch the world go by from Patek’s verandah. Just make sure you’ve got enough money left over for the dentist bill afterwards.
...the best restaurant of its class in Adana. It's a spartan place, but the mains and meze are delightful. This is the place to try Adana kebap, and you'll get a bundle of meze, salad and the dentist-nightmare dessert of kadayıf (dough soaked in syrup and topped with clotted cream) with your meal.
...a whole cake to take away. Located near the top of the very steep Rua da Flores, you’ve definitely earned it. So do as the locals do and take your sugar-based pit-stops and worry about the dentist when you get back, Lisbon's cakes and pastries are a vital part of this sweet city's identity. Hannah Louise Summers is a freelance travel writer. She loves the towns and beaches of Portuga...
Documenting Taiwan's hybrid social and cultural history is this delightful private collection of Lin Yu-fang, a former dentist turned curator. Pieces range from Japanese-era commercial posters to shell figurines, musical instruments, temple implements and decorative carvings saved from the wrecking ball. The oldest...
At the age of 40, Dr Henry Forrest Libby, a local dentist, began collecting things. In 1912 he built a home for his collections, which later became the eccentric little Libby Museum . Starting with butterflies and moths, the amateur naturalist bui...
In Japanese, the name means ‘awesome,’ and it's exactly what sweet-tooths think once inside this Hong Kong candy shop. Defy your dentist with sesame-flavored marshmallows, Thai durian milk candy, preserved plums, mandarin peel, blackcurrant gummies and dried guava. Savory fans can snack Asian-style on the likes of crispy spi...
...0th centuries. Instructive and lots of fun to boot, this huge museum spread over 121 hectares will appeal to all ages
You can go underground, explore mine heads, a working farm, a school, a dentist and a pub,
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