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A hotel with five... thousand stars

The view is magnificent: you look around and on clear and clean summer evenings, of those that perhaps follow the classic mountain storm, you can admire all, but all the peaks that embellish the skyline of Safiental, a splendid Swiss valley half an hour by car from Chur.

Quiet, it's not the hell, but the Japanese Spa

Among the strangest places in the world, surely we must include these particular baths located in Japan, these spas, given their geothermal and morphological peculiarities, are known by the name of Jigoku, that is hells, because there are 8 and yes they all find in the city of Beppu.

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Travel&Food in Japan: Medama or Tuna Eyes

In Japanese stores you will frequently find strange packages "observing" you with their big fish eyes. And in many bars, you can taste the tuna eyes already cooked, fried, stewed or lightly steamed.

Travel&Food: the Balut

The food in the Philippines can be almost traumatizing experience for Westerners. The word balut in Tagalog, means "wrapped" and refers to a boiled hen's or duck egg.

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