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Jun 9th 2013 3:37AM You're right! I've made the change. I didn't even see the Pr'Skelet sign when I entered (too busy checking out the skeletons). When I looked up "Caffé del Moro" online to double check the address I found it listed in several spots under that name. It's that grinning skeleton chef icon they use that trips people up I think.
Jun 9th 2013 3:34AM Check your dictionary. "Capitol" only refers to capitals in the United States.
Mar 7th 2013 10:35AM I had plenty, and it was tasty! I mentioned it in a previous post. Didn't bring any back, though.
Mar 5th 2013 2:15AM The term "see" in its original sense literally meant "seat", the symbol of authority in a bishop's cathedral or the Pope's seat in the Vatican. It's similar to saying someone is the chair of a university department.
Feb 18th 2013 2:23AM The color scheme makes me think so. :-)
Jan 22nd 2013 1:28PM We travel with our seven-year-old a lot already. I wish I could always take him along but I wouldn't want him in some of the places Gadling sends me (Iraq for example).
Jan 22nd 2013 1:04PM While those countries can't recognize Palestine via the UN they do, indeed, recognize its sovereignty. I have made no statement in support of Palestine except for stating the fact that it is recognized by many nations. You are putting words in my mouth and I have no desire to get into it with you if you can't actually speak to what I'm saying.
Jan 22nd 2013 11:38AM While the US government doesn't recognize the state of Palestine, the governments of 130 nations do.
Jan 9th 2013 5:26AM Welcome to the team, Reena! Ethiopia is my all-time favorite country for travel. I've written two series for Gadling and plan to go back once I can convince my publisher to give me a book contract.
Yeah, I've heard about those domestic flights. I chose to take the bus.
Did you get to Harar?
Dec 5th 2012 2:47AM My mistake. My guide pointed out a Mongolian tomb plaque to me but I must have uploaded the wrong photo. I'm fluent in neither Aramaic or Mongolian.