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I visited the Medina inTunis 5 years ago. It was an amazing place with anything for sale from socks and underwear, vegetables, carpets, jewels, etc. The maze of winding alleyways with so many shops and historic buildings was amazing! I spent hours and hours there just wandering (don't worry about getting lost!). It was fun to buy the street snacks, find a tea shop and sit and watch the world go by!
Another of my favourite places in Hong Kong. One of the city's quirkiest modes of transport is the Central - Mid-levels Escalator, built as a connection between the financial district and residential areas further up the hillside.
From its starting point on Queen's Road Central, the escalator snakes its way through one of Hong Kong's oldest and most interesting neighbourhoods - an eclectic blend of wet markets, colonial structures, hip restaurants, watering holes and art galleries. Like the city as a whole, it keeps a precarious balance between age-old tradition and unashamed modernity.
Here are my five favourite shacks for french fries in Brussels (a local speciality). It is worth mentioning that the first one (la friterie de la barrière) stays open all night and in that sense it should rather be the ending point (as it very often is on nights out) instead of the starting point. oh well...
This illustrated map shows my favorite things in one of my favorite neighborhoods in New York City; DUMBO, Brooklyn. I finished this map shortly before Storm Sandy ravaged the city. So far it sounds like DUMBO is going bounce back but it's going to take a lot of support. If you have a fondness for this neighborhood as well, you can check out dumbonyc.com to keep tabs on restoration progress and ways to help!