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The Weirdest Bars in The World


1. Skeleton Bar, Switzerland

brewood_skeletonThe bar was designed by Swiss man Hans Rudi Giger, will remind you of the alien – or perhaps sitting inside a monster’s stomach, with its spinal chord-like skeleton decoration.

2. The Rock Bar, Bali

brewood_rockbar1This is an open top bar served straight up on the rocks.

3. Baobab Bar, South Africa

brewood_baobabWould you like to drink beer in side a tree?The trunk has 155 foot circumference and it`s wide enough to fit 40 people in.

4. Bojangles, Australia

brewood_bojangles3This is the bar for backpackers and travellers on the way to visit Uluru.

5. Absolut Ice Bar, Sweeden

brewood_icebarAbsolut Vodka coktails are served in ice glasses and the bar is entirely made of ice.

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Best FastFood Restaurants in Japan


1. Mos Burger

2. Mr. Doughnuts

3.Wendy`s

4. Yoshinoya

5. Denny`s

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Cannoli


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1. Sicilian pastry dessert

2. ” Leave the gun. Take the cannoli. ”

3. Tube- shaped shells filled with cream

4. Needs to be served quickly, not to lose crispy texture

5. Italian – American bakeries use ricotta

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Best Desserts To Try


1. Baklava – Turkey

2. Alfajores – Chile, Argentine, Bolivia, Latin America

3. Semla – Sweeden, Denmark, Norway, Finland

4. Cannoli – Italy

5. Taiyaki – Japan

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Alfajores


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1. Sweet and mostly sold during christmas

2. Served Colled

3. Origin is Spain and can be found in South and Central America

4. Sold in black and white flavors

5. Made of flour, honey, almonds, cinnamon

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Semla


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1. The name is used for finest quality wheet flour

2. Oldest version is a bread bun eaten with a warm milk

3. Eaten only on Shrove Tuesday

4. In Finland the bread bun is filled with strawberry jam

5. Swedish traditional pastry

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