January 2017 - BUCKiTDREAM Blog

Month: January 2017

5 Of London’s Best Sky-scraping Restaurants

Proudly perched high up in some of London’s tallest skyscrapers are a bevy of exclusive restaurants that have become as famous for their innovative cuisine as they are for the spectacular views available through their extra-thick, multi-pane windows. If you enjoy your food at terrifying altitude then you simply must make your way up to a few of these excellent eateries! So have a look through our list of the five best skyscraping restaurants in London and take note of the venues that especially get your belly rumbling (and activate your fear of heights!) in your BUCKiTDREAM planner. Duck...

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How to Run (And How Not To Run) With the Bulls In Pamplona

For nine days, an unassuming, peaceful town has its population numbers swelling from around 200,000 to well over a 1,000,000 for the festival of Sanfermines. The festival rears up, roaring tremendously and sweeps through every house and every mind, filling the streets with people and becoming the city. The streets are awash with wine, the skies alight with fireworks, and everything in between filled with the sounds of marching bands, and uproarious celebrators. Then it disappears in what seems like nothing more than a blink, leaving nothing behind but sweet memories and anticipation for the festival’s return. There is...

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Top 5 Places In the World To Swim With Dolphins

Dolphins are highly intelligent marine mammals found worldwide, mostly in shallow seas of the continental shelves. They are well known for their playful, showy dispositions. Many species will leap out of the water, spy-hop (rise vertically out of the water to view their surroundings), often synchronizing their movements with one another. And they have a whopping top speed of 25 miles per hour. But more than this, dolphins have a certain etherealness to them: they are compassionate (they help humans in a variety of circumstances including rescues) and intuitive, almost human in many respects, and for the longest time...

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The 8 Best Steakhouses in Texas

If Texas is famous for one thing (apart from the Alamo, Buddy Holly, the Bush family, Bill Hicks, cowboys, the Dallas Cowboys, Country ‘n’ Western music, executions, militias, oil, JFK’s final moments in Dealey Plaza, Steve Martin, Stone Cold Steve Austin, SXSW, the Waco siege, Woody Harrelson, and ZZ Top) it’s steak! Steak lovers from literally all over the world jet into major airports, as well as small, backyard airfields, all over the Lone Star State just to munch on some of the best beef on earth in Texas’ famous steakhouses. Here is our list of the eight best...

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Italian Road Trip: 6 Places You Need To See Along the Via Emilia

Stretching from Rimini on the Adriatic Coast to Piacenza on the banks of the river Po, the Via Emilia is a must do for BUCKiTDREAMERs looking to road trip across The Boot of Italy. Built back in 187 BC, the road was originally a Roman trunk road constructed under the imperialist reign of the Romans. Their rather aggressive tactic for expansion was to build a lovely new road through a freshly conquered territory and build a number of colonies along it, whether the defeated locals protested or not. At only 176 miles (260 kilometers) long, you could easily drive...

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