It’s easy to see why Trinidad has been called “the museum city of Cuba.” The meticulously preserved town offers a window into the past, from its sprawling colonial palaces and plazas to its remnants of sugar mills and slave barracks from another era. Soak up the rich Spanish colonial architecture by taking a stroll through the picturesque cobble stone streets of this very walkable city.
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It is in the region Quercy, where tourist from abroad are not coming so often. Probably, the departement (as we say), is one of the most stunning and delighful in south of France. You will find some of the most authentic sites , cities and villages, some of the best cuisine and nothing bling bling, if you ever go to visit the “Lot”.
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Nearly hidden in a non touristic localisation of Playa del Carmen, this jewel is a really great place where to go. Go by car or take a cab, but you should not miss this beautifull restaurant. They offer an art galery on the upper level as well.
This restaurant is very well decorated an the staff is awesome. Warm welcome and attention to details at all time. We loved it.
The menu is purely Mexican hight level cuisine and some international to. They have an excellent wine selection to make you enjoy the moment you will spend at Evass.
The four of us started with some Tacos tostados to share while waiting for our main courses. This was beautiful and then, two got some delicious Hamburgers, one got the awesome pasta and I choosed the duck filet. All our dishes were really excellent.
The desserts were at the same level and my Chocolate with Mole Fondant was just divine. We finished with a lovely Tequila…
This was an stunning experience and for sure, they will see us again.
The Romans left at the beginning of the 5th Century as the Roman Empire crumbled, leaving London largely deserted. Britain was invaded by the Angles, the Saxons and the Jutes (who came from Holland, Germany and Denmark). These Anglo-Saxons were farmers and tended to live outside big towns. We know very little about what happened to London in this period.
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The modern architecture of the museum is characterized for its gardens of subtropical vegetation, the natural light bathing the ample exhibition rooms and hallways that slowly take us to the discovery of the Pre-Hispanic cultures of what is today the state of Veracruz.
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