Month: January 2013

Travel Photo Thursday: “Eating Europe”

Travel Photo Thursday: “Eating Europe”

“Let them eat cake!”

Cake, KaDeWe, BerlinDid Queen Marie Antoinette of France say that before losing her head during the French Revolution? Apparently not, even though the phrase—displaying disdain for peasants who had no bread on their plates—is often attributed to her.

“An army marches on its stomach,” declared Napoleon Bonaparte, who undoubtedly took French food with him to war.

Today, as you march across the European Continent with your camera in hand, pause now and again to photograph its food while you enjoy seeing and eating it.

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What the Oscars Missed: That Other Foreign Film

What the Oscars Missed: That Other Foreign Film

(This story has been made available to Tales Told From The Road by the news syndication service Repost.us.)



What the Oscars missed: That other foreign film (via GlobalPost)

GlobalPost correspondents chime in with their overlooked picks for this year’s Best Foreign Film. News Desk Editor’s note: This year’s Oscars foreign film nominees include: Austria’s “Amour,” Norway’s “Kon-Tiki,” Chile’s “No,” Denmark’s “A Royal Affair,” and Canada’s “War Witch.”  What about all…

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