With temperatures on the rise and very extreme heatwaves, our bodies tend to go into overdrive as they try to cool down through perspiration and evaporation. This is why, during the summer, our bodies need more water and electrolytes to keep working properly.
According to wine research experts, the Dry Red Wine market experienced a huge change under the influence of COVID-19. In a study titled “Global Dry Red Wine Market Insights, Size, Share, Growth, Opportunities, Emerging Trends, Forecast to 2028,” performed by Qurate Research, current and future conditions of the global Dry Red Wine market were found to be booming worldwide.
It is a very well-known fact that heavy drinking is directly linked to chronic disease, from damage to the liver to a higher risk of throat, esophagus, and even breast cancer. What most people don’t know is that moderate drinking—namely, just one cup a day—could also posit some serious health risks. According to a new study, even moderate drinking may be related to higher iron levels in the brain. Iron accumulation in the brain can be detrimental to memory and thinking skills.
In the City of Buenos Aires, CABA for the locals, you can get a barbecue for 4 people, including sides of fries or salad, for 35 dollars. You can have a large pizza at one of Buenos Aires’ most iconic pizza places, Guerrin, for as little as 5 dollars. What kind of magic is that?
Vast open lands, breathtaking natural valleys, and a steady climate make Chile’s topography ideal for the cultivation and harvesting of grapes. The Pacific Ocean, the Andes Mountains, and some deserts serve as natural dividers, which allowed Chile’s old wines to be typically ungrafted. A big portion of Chilean wine is family-produced, giving rise to organic and sustainable viticulture.
The Jet released their luxury transportation services just recently from New York City to Washington, D.C., delivering satisfying experiences for travelers who want to see the beautiful landscape of the East Coast. Starting at $99 for one way, the bus uses HoverSeat technology that reclines much further than one would expect in an airplane. The bus had clean hardwood floors and a bathroom designed as if you were glamming up for the Academy Awards. During this trip, passengers would feel nothing in their seats. That’s how smooth the ride is.
It may be “Wine Down Wednesday” at Babalu but the restaurant has been turning up the heat on Wednesday nights since the premiere of a new weekly concert series by Cuban rhythms band Yuka Seka. Beginning Wednesday March 20, Yuka Seka has appeared at Babalu every Wednesday from 6pm until 10pm and fans of Cuban […]