As I folded the crescent-shaped dough, I again heard that infernal "Nie, Nie, Nie." My personal, Polish version of Gordon Ramsay had snuck up behind me.
“Your confidence builds over the years, but you also realize how much can go wrong. Sure, it’s scary jumping into a 1,600 degree roaring fire, but it’s also a lot of fun-- being involved with a lot of like-minded guys in something bigger than you.”
A trip to Monroeville (the epitome of a charming, hospitable Southern town complete with a picture-perfect town square) is a must for admirers of “To Kill a Mockingbird”.
“Do you like a good ghost story?” I enquired. Yes, ma’am, I sure do,” she replied earnestly. Next thing I knew, her daddy was right along side her, listening just as intently.
The Fonz would be right at home in this nostalgic soda fountain.
We sat in complete silence, collectively holding our breath like the moment before Ryan Seacrest announces who won American Idol, as Teacher ferociously pumps water over Helen's arm while spelling the letters into her hand, again and again. "W-a-t-e-r. It has a name!" This miraculous scene has been imprinted in my mind by numerous “Miracle...
Although they still make some mighty tasty chocolates, Zurich is now home to one of the hippest, coolest, designery nabes in Europe. The once-stodgy Swiss image has been shattered forever with the successful revitalization of Zurich West aka Kreis 4, easily accessible by a new tram line.
This distinctly medieval town, which has been recognized as a UNESCO Cultural World Heritage Site since 1983, also offers beautifully preserved sandstone buildings lining broad, cobblestone streets, historic towers and the longest covered shopping arcade in the world, six kilometers of shopaholic bliss.