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Locum (Calle Locum, 6) is situated inside an old Moorish building, in the heart of the old town of Toledo. Its distinct features can be noticed as soon as one enters the restaurant. First, Locum has a massive courtyard. A winding staircase takes diners to the different dining rooms. Locum’s sensual lighting, contemporary furnishings and splashes of color make for a calming ambiance.
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Typical Rhodes Island Sausage with honey (bottom right of above photo)
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You can’t miss this place, it’s located on Veliko Tarnovo’s main street. Just like the name suggests, Ego Pizzeria serves up homemade pizzas baked in a wood-burning oven. Large, comfy booths make this place the perfect break from sightseeing. The menu also has salads, risottos, barbecued meats, and hearty sides. Prices are great at just 5 – 10 BGN per plate. Sit at the back of the restaurant for views of the river and old town. Recommendations: Quattro formaggio pizza, fried hand cut potato fries, prosciutto crudo pizza, ego pizza. WATCH VIDEO
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In this episode of Sri Lanka Unplugged, DBH visits the pilgrimage town of Kataragama before heading out of the Yala National Park area. Here David films some local sights, including the black-faced grey langurs that call this temple complex home. On site is a giant, ancient Bo tree, which is an important tree for both locals and Buddhists all over the world. It was underneath a tree like this that the Buddha was said to have reached enlightenment, so locals believe if you care for these trees they will bring you good luck and care in return. Heading out of the Yala area, David tours the Hotel Elephant Reach and tries some local buffalo curd and palm honey. Well rested and energized, he embarks on the 8-hour journey west back to Colombo. Learn more about the sites and towns in the Yala area withthe DBH Guide: Yala National Park, also available for your Kindle.
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Though I’m also pretty sure Cat is just a scheme to brainwash me into getting excited about cats, since Dan really wants to adopt one.