Each time I’ve visited Prague, I’ve felt like I was stepping into a fairy tale. Not just a beer lover’s story, but one written by those from day’s long since passed.
Probably the first thing you should know about the Prague Beer Museum: it’s not an actual museum, or at least not in the traditional sense.
Looking to explore the legacies of communism? Sure, Bucharest has some of that, but I also found one of the most thriving cities I’ve had the opportunity to explore. Sure, by most of Western Europe’s standards Bucharest may seem a bit… well different.
Global entry basically offers expedited US customs service, where you can skip the majority of the lines and beat the rest of the people from your flight outside. This will of course give you the advantage of beating the others and avoiding competition when hailing uber and lyft (or god forbid, a cab).
There are a lot of credit card providers out there each offering mostly the same things, just labeling them differently. That said, when a card comes out like the Chase Sapphire Reserve did last August, there is some pretty deserved hype.
In a couple of months I’m headed back to Germany (and quite a few other places too). In order to help calm my excitement I thought I would do some comparing and contrasting of a couple of the more predominant weissbiers from Bavaria.
When you’re in Tokyo, it feels a bit like the center of the world with each subway train leading towards the middle but never quite taking you there. Although you’re probably not going to find the universe’s secrets hidden in this maze of city, it’s hard not to feel spiritual and connected while passing through.