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Old Town Regensburg – A UNESCO World Heritage Site | Exploring Germany

I could have stayed longer in Regensburg. Although truth be told, I could have stayed longer in Bavaria and one day (or month) I will do just that. Old Town Regensburg, besides the other towns that I have written about is why I fell in love with Germany, and particularly the state of Bavaria. Regensburg… Continue reading Old Town Regensburg – A UNESCO World Heritage Site | Exploring Germany

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Historische Wurstk├╝che zu Regensburg | The World’s Oldest Sausage House

Regensburg, Germany - I am a full fledged jet setting gastronome, and will travel for food. I must confess that I decided to take a day trip to Regensburg just to eat at one of the world's oldest restaurants, the Historic Sausage Kitchen. I was not expecting this old world Bavarian town to be as… Continue reading Historische Wurstk├╝che zu Regensburg | The World’s Oldest Sausage House

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Zur Letzten Instanz | Berlin’s Oldest Restaurant

Over the last couple of decades of my gastronomical travels, I have been to many of the oldest eateries in Europe and the UK, including Rules of London, the Historic Sausage House in Regensburg, and Botin in Madrid. All have been unique dining experiences, considering they were all the oldest in one way or another.… Continue reading Zur Letzten Instanz | Berlin’s Oldest Restaurant

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Zlata Ribica | A classic restaurant in Ljubljana, Slovenia

The Triple Bridge in Ljubljana As a traveling gastronome, one of my goals is to taste as many traditional dishes in the country or city that I am visiting. Slovenia had several regional dishes that I was curious on trying, and I found three of them under one roof. Restaurant Zlata Ribica is considered one… Continue reading Zlata Ribica | A classic restaurant in Ljubljana, Slovenia