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Where Bartenders Drink

Following the footsteps of bestsellers "Where Chefs Eat” and "Where to Eat Pizza”, the new book from the popular series is called - "Where Bartenders Drink”. It is an insiders guide to places where bartenders go themselves for a drink when they´re off-duty. Built on their insight and expertise, the global resource features more than 750 recommendations on where to get a great drink in the most memorable global locations, from dirty dives to legendary hotel bars. You also get insightful reviews, key information, specially commissioned maps, and an easy-to-navigate geographical organisation.

Available in Europe here




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DARHI | CHARM HOTEL IN TUNISIA | Image

DARHI | CHARM HOTEL IN TUNISIA

The "DarHi" is a contemporary accommodation between guest house and charm hotel. It´s located at the frontier of the desert in Nefta, south of Tunisia and is product of the imagination of designers Philippe Chapelet and Patrick Elouarghi. It´s perfect for a city break, once you arrive you will have to take off your shoes and will be given local Tunisian slippers. Your journey will begin... via: designboom...
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THE RIDE

Available for purchase from today is the "book of Bike EXIF", the world´s most popular showcase of custom bikes. The Ride, is a 320 deluxe page book with the world’s most exciting bikes, with full-color photo galleries and detailed technical breakdowns. It features the profiles of some of the best custom bike builders like: Deus ex Machina, el Solitario, DP customs, Classified Moto, Cafe Racer Dreams, Wrenchmonkees, Rough Crafts, Roland Sands and many more. Plus tex...
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VILLA VALS | IMPRESSIVE UNDERGROUNG RESIDENCE FOR RENT | Image

VILLA VALS | IMPRESSIVE UNDERGROUNG RESIDENCE FOR RENT

The Villa Vals House is an impressive  project carried out by two architectural firms: SEARCH and CMA, built on the slope of the valleys in the Alps, Switzerland. The intention of building this house is not to look like a residential structure. The villa is fully integrated into the landscape and the access is done through an existing wood barn, located at a lower level of the mountain. An underground tunnel leads residents to the main level set in a circular c...
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