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In this episode of David’s been here, David heads to U Patrona, an amazing restaurant serving up Czech cuisine in a French style. If you’re looking for a delicious Czech meal in a great setting, look no further. With great food and great service, you’re bound to have a great experience. Find U Patrona and all David’s top restaurant picks for Prague in the DBH Guide: Czech Republic.
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The ruins of ancient Sparta can be seen outside the modern Greek city of Sparti, which was founded in 1834 by King Otto of Greece. However, part of these ruins date back to the Roman period, so those who are searching for Spartan ruins will be a bit disappointed. You can admire the ancient theater of Sparta and the tomb of the famous Spartan King Leonidas, and there are many artifacts that date back to the Spartan era in the Sparta Archaeological Museum.
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David’s Been Here is in search of all the top flavors and best eats during its travels through Turkey. In this short clip, David brings us to the city of Bursa for an inside look at the original, historic Iskender Kebap Restaurant. Founded by the Patriarch Iskender Efendi in 1867, this internationally acclaimed kebap started here (look for the blue house), though many imitators have popped up over the years. Made with roasted lamp, tomato sauce, yogurt, pita, butter sauce and served with a side of delicious homemade grape juice, this kebap is truly the country’s most delicious.
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The Luxor Temple is one of the biggest complexes in Africa, and can be viewed from the Nile’s east bank. The temple features two obelisks, huge courtyards, and many statues and shrines. Built on the site of the ancient Egyptian capital of Thebes,
it is considered the largest “open-air museum” on earth. The temple extremely well preserved. Many significant carvings are completely intact. Its location in the middle of the city of Luxor makes the temple the perfect site to visit at any time. the temple is visible not only from the Nile but also from downtown Luxor. It’s the perfect place to visit at sunset.
3. Navajas (Atlantic Jackknife Clam)
The plan was to take seawater from the Red Sea, desalinate it, distribute the fresh water to cities in Jordan and then return the brine discharge to the Dead Sea. It has yet to be seen if this plan will save the Dead Sea. So far, however, there are plenty of ways to enjoy your time in and around these healing waters.
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The puri was very crispy but also had a softness which created a contrast of textures although dipped into the potato curry. The curry itself is very rich, but not spicy, so this is the perfect breakfast dish.
This was one of my favorite meals of my life! It’s one of the best things to see and do in Cherrapunjee, for sure. The fresh pork in Meghalaya honestly blows American pork out of the water. It’s so flavorful and is consistently cooked extremely well, no matter where you get it from. The best thing about this meal is that it only cost 90 rupees, or roughly $1.30 U.S., so it’s a major deal!