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2023.06.01 16:48 Nice-Incident4113 How far off the beaten path do we need to go to get away from touristy restaurants?
Hi! We have 10 days in Italy and will not have a car. We are staying near main attractions in each of our locations and understand that all the restaurants near them are likely tourist traps or at least not that great. My question is, when the advice is to 'get away from the main sites' to find less touristy places, how far does one need to go? We don't have any reservations and were hoping to just wander around and find spots that seem interesting for dinner. We are happy to walk 30 min-ish. Does that seem like we can get far enough away? Thanks in advance! We are staying in the following:
Venice - 5 min walk to St. Marks Basilica Florence - 4 min walk to Piazza San Marco Rome - 5 min walk to Trevi Fountain
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2023.06.01 16:45 earthcurious31 Hashem Restaurant
2023.06.01 16:41 RacingRotary [TOMT] A restaurant or video of a restaurant where you order and receive food over a long pulley system over an obstacle, pre-pandemic
- The pulley system used has a small basket or container to place orders written on sheets of paper and money.
- The food is delivered in the same basket once the order is ready
- The pulley system and the novelty of the restaurant is that the place of ordering and the restaurant have an obstacle in-between them, possibly a rivewaterway or a crate/ravine/valley
- The owner and chef will ask tourists where they are from on the paper and will display a small flag of the country that they have saved
- The restaurant is small, with no seating area, and may only serve a limited menu or variations of a single item
The increase in deliveries by pulleys and article / videos of deliveries over pulleys due to the pandemic has made this search even more difficult recently.
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2023.06.01 16:32 Extra_Elevator_4248 Food tube connect
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2023.06.01 16:27 ForSacredRussia1 Гражданский Совет/ Civic Council: "It has been reliably established from reliable sources that the "clouds" over Sergei Shoigu and Valery Gerasimov, as the main culprits for the failure of the S.O. and the tragedy of the country, are definitely gathering."
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Information and analytical center Independence reports:
It has been reliably established from reliable sources that the "clouds" over Sergei Shoigu and Valery Gerasimov, as the main culprits for the failure of the S.O. and the tragedy of the country, are definitely gathering. This is established by the following indirect signs:
- Both hurriedly take things out of their offices, while “pushing” them to different places (we have specific addresses at our disposal). Only the most trusted persons from the inner circle of both are engaged in this.
- On Sunday, May 28, 2023, Shoigu, in a restaurant belonging to his clan on the territory of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations, gathered a narrow circle of the most trusted people to develop an existence strategy if “he is removed.” Literally, they were also told that things were moving towards this.
- A number of closed meetings were held in the Ministry of Defense with specific officials, also from Shoigu's inner circle, everywhere the Ministry of Defense's grandfather "Khasan", aka Ruslan Tsalikov, took part. The task was set: to clean up all documents and cover up cases that are incriminating. Tsalikov and his associates are now actively engaged in this. We track through reliable sources.
- The daughter of the Minister of Defense, Ksenia Shoigu, actively meets with the “right people” and re-registers the business, which is also the billions stolen from the budget of the Russian Defense Ministry. The son-in-law of the Minister of Defense actively helps her in this. This work is now concentrated in the Kronstadt project, as well as in the Race for Heroes.
- The wife of the Minister of Defense already on Monday gave instructions to the “necessary people” (she thinks so) how to cover up her illegal business at the expense of the Ministry of Defense, but she acts extremely primitively and carelessly. This suggests that there is a certain discord in the family, there is no coordination.
- On Sunday, Shoigu himself stopped taking guards from among the FSO employees for closed criminal parties, and takes only guys from the SSO, two dozen of whom he was picked up with the beginning of the S.O. Such protection, by the way, is illegal; only dedicated FSO officers should be engaged in this.
- Several cars of various property and, probably, documents have already been taken out of Shoigu's official housing. All this was delivered to Tuva by two Il-76 planes under heavy guard, then it was transferred by trucks to his secret mansions in the mountains of the republic.
- The children of "Khasan" are also in the zone of attention, they also noted a sharp intensification of various actions to cover up the criminal business.
- Gerasimov has unusual symptoms: complete isolation and isolation, inability to listen and accept anyone (since Sunday, the receptionist has stated that he does not receive anyone, supposedly busy), confusion (although he was always inherent in him) and a number of other external signs .
- The Ministry of Defense itself is currently reminiscent of a swarm of bees that have flown away from the house, everything is full of various rumors and versions.
Experts, including those from law enforcement agencies, are of the opinion that this will be a very high-profile case, in terms of public outcry not comparable even with the “cotton case” that shocked the whole world on the eve of the collapse of the Soviet Union.
Информационно-аналитический центр Independence сообщает:
Достоверно и из надежных источников установлено, что «тучи» над Сергеем Шойгу и Валерием Герасимовым, как главными виновниками провала СВО и трагедии страны, точно сгущаются. Это установлено по следующим косвенным признакам:
- Оба поспешно вывозят вещи из своих служебных кабинетов, при этом «расталкивают» их по разным местам (в нашем распоряжении есть конкретные адреса). Занимаются этим только самые доверенные лица из ближайшего окружения обоих.
- В воскресенье, 28 мая 2023г, Шойгу в принадлежащем его клану ресторане на территории Главка МЧС собирал узкий круг самых доверенных людей по выработке стратегии существования, если «его уберут». Дословно и им было сказано, что дело идет к этому.
- В Минобороны проведен ряд закрытых совещаний с конкретными должностными лицами, также из ближайшего окружения Шойгу, везде принимал участие минобороновский дед «Хасан», он же Руслан Цаликов. Поставлена задача: зачистить все документы и прикрыть дела, которые носят обличающий характер. Цаликов и его сподвижники сейчас активно этим занимаются. Отслеживаем через надежные источники.
- Дочь Министра обороны Ксения Шойгу активно встречается с «нужными людьми» и переоформляет бизнес, он же украденные из бюджета МО РФ миллиарды. В этом ей интенсивно помогает зять Министра обороны. Это работа сейчас сосредоточена в проекте по Кронштадту, а также в «Гонке за героями».
- Жена Министра обороны уже в понедельник отдала указания «нужным людям» (это она так думает), как прикрыть ее нелегальный бизнес за счет Минобороны, но действует крайне примитивно и неосторожно. Это говорит о том, что и в семье есть определенный разлад, нет координации.
- На закрытые криминальные тусовки сам Шойгу с воскресенья перестал брать охрану из числа сотрудников ФСО, а берет только парней из ССО, два десятка которых ему подобрали с началом СВО. Такая охрана, к слову сказать, незаконна, этим должны заниматься только выделенные сотрудники ФСО.
- Из служебного жилья Шойгу уже вывезено несколько машин различного имущества и, вероятно, документов. Двумя самолетами Ил-76 под усиленной охраной все это доставлено в Туву, затем грузовиками переброшено в его тайные хоромы в горах республики.
- В зоне внимания и дети «Хасана», у них тоже отмечена резкая активизация различных действий по прикрытию криминального бизнеса.
- У Герасимова отмечают необычную симптоматику: полная замкнутость и изолированность, неспособность слушать и принимать кого-либо (приемная констатирует с воскресенья, что он никого не принимает, якобы занят), растерянность (хотя она была ему присуща всегда) и ряд других внешних признаков.
- Само Минобороны в настоящее время напоминает рой улетевших из домика пчел, все переполнено различными слухами и версиями.
Эксперты, в том числе из правоохранительных органов, высказывают мнение, что это будет очень громкое дело, по общественному резонансу не сравнимое даже с «хлопковым делом», потрясшим весь мир накануне развала Советского Союза.
2023.06.01 16:19 No-Berry-3330 How to Control Rodent in Hotel and Restaurant Areas - AZPest
Controlling rodents in hotel and restaurant areas is essential for maintaining a tidy and safe environment for guests. Rats are disgusting pests, spreading dangerous diseases to humans quickly. We will see some steps you can take to control rodents effectively: Review and Seal Entry Points:
Conduct a thorough inspection of the premises to identify any likely entry points for rodents, such as gaps in doors, wooden sheets, windows, and walls. Seal these openings using materials like steel wool, caulk, or weatherstripping to prevent rodents from entering. Eliminate Food Sources:
Rodents are attracted to food, so removing any potential food sources is vital. Store food always in tightly sealed containers and ensure that all garbage bins have tight-fitting lids. Regularly clean food preparation areas, dining spaces, and storage areas to remove unwanted scattered crumbs and spills on the floor. Proper Waste Management:
Implement a proper waste management system. Dispose of garbage daily and make sure that outdoor trash bins are kept away from the building by just a 3 to 3-meter distance and it has to be sealed tightly. Clean garbage areas frequently to prevent odors and attract rodents. Maintain and Keep Clean:
Cleanliness is mandatory in rodent control. Regularly sweep and mop floors, and clean up any spills soon inside areas. Pay extra attention to hard-to-reach areas like behind equipment and furniture. Keep the premises free of clutter, as rodents may use it as nesting material. Install Rodent Traps:
Place snap traps or glue boards in the right place where rodents are very active. Put traps near walls, corners, and areas with signs of droppings or gnaw marks. Check the traps regularly and dispose of captured rodents appropriately. Find Quality Pest Control Company:
If you found rodent activities persist there, If you need more extensive measures, Don’t hesitate to hire a professional pest control service. They have the expertise and tools to assess the situation, implement targeted treatments, and provide ongoing monitoring to ensure effective rodent control and tips. AZPest in Tucson, Arizona
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2023.06.01 16:03 howbizsolutions Importance of Establishing Strong SEO for Your Business’s Web Presence
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Welcome to the digital age! Let’s face it if you want your business to be successful, having an online presence is essential. Since that is where all the people are, that’s where your business needs to be as well.
People use the internet for EVERYTHING, almost like a lifeline. They use it to find phone numbers, addresses, and reviews among other things, so not having a strong web presence puts you at a major disadvantage compared to your competition.
Is having a web presence enough? Unfortunately, it’s not. Because having a web presence is pretty much useless if no one is discovering it.
If you own a business that can meet the needs of national or international clients, a strong internet presence is crucial. If your potential customer base is so geographically spread out, how do expect to target them if not on the web? I suppose you could invest in billboard’s to be placed on every highway in America or in the world…but I’m pretty sure investing in building your web presence would be more efficient and affordable without making you seem like a lunatic.
Even if you have a business that only caters to local clientele, an online presence is still essential. This is because 76% of people use the internet to inquire about local businesses, but few are searching those businesses by name. They may be searching something like “best Chinese restaurant in Toronto” or “food delivery open late”. This is why you must be in tune with what your potential customers are searching for. This is where SEO comes in.
You want to be listed as close to the top of relevant queries as possible. This is because the further down in search you are, the fewer people you can expect to see it. In fact, over 18 percent of traffic generally goes to the first site for a search term, with the second site getting over 10 percent. The fifth site and lower are lucky to garner even 2 percent of the keyword’s traffic.
Now, if you want to gain a high ranking, it is imperative that you have awesome SEO
. Sure, you could continuously use paid advertisements to try to get traffic, but this is not a good long-term plan. That is because while establishing good SEO can be time-consuming at first and possibly cost money if you choose to outsource the job to a professional, it is still ultimately an INVESTMENT.
Once you establish good SEO, it will continuously pay off. Unlike paid advertising, good SEO is an investment that will continuously bring in potential clients. So, if you’re ready to invest in your business’s web presence start with the most important thing-establishing your SEO.
2023.06.01 15:54 Jujicake Urgent advice on hospitality booking gone wrong, can I sue?
This is quite a stressful post for me to make because it all happened just now. I really need any advice or help anyone here can offer. I have never in my life been in a legal situation and have no lawyers in my family. I’m generally quite ignorant about these things. I guess you dont know until you’re in a situation.
Since 8 weeks ago, I made a dinner reservation for 24 guests at a known hotel in Scotland. I phoned up, explained my requirements for private dining and if they can accommodate this. They assured me it would be possible and that they do have functions rooms if that interests me. I made a booking for the area the restaurant manager suggested, it’s a private enough area but in the public grounds of the restaurant which suits perfectly. I asked for a two hour dinner, likely a starter and a main. I received a booking confirmation with photos of the area I selected. A few weeks later, I visit the hotel (it’s a 45 minute drive away from the city), and none of the managers were on duty. A staff member showed us the function rooms and the restaurant space we selected. We agreed that the space is better for our requirement and that the function rooms are not suitable. It’s only dinner so an event space doesn’t make any sense. The restaurant manager was in touch again, always sporadically and disorganised in their approach, with ‘spring menus’ explaining that these menus will change by the time the booking happens. So it made no sense why we received the menu in the first place. I answered all their questions about children and allergies. Then nearer the time, we kept receiving emails with different menus, I’d email back or phone asking which menus can we use, but kept getting told that they are due another change soon so to keep patient. This week, I emailed confirming the guest number and emphasised that i need to make the dinner choices and if im allowed to preorder to make it easier. I said I didn’t like the last menu I was sent as it looked very different from the previous menus I received and asked if I can choose from the previous menus. That was okay and I was given a preorder list. I enquired on the phone about bringing a cake and the manager I spoke to assured me it was welcome to do that. 72 hours prior to the booking, I get an email saying I need to preorder everything now 48hrs in advance and that I cannot bring a cake (I asked about bringing a cake gifted to me by a friend who is a baker) for dessert and that they wont serve it unless I order dessert as well?! Bear in mind, I am already ordering a two course meal for everyone with drinks. Finally, I get a random email on the same day from a different manager suggesting that I need to book a private function room instead??? I explained that that was already discussed and that I am not interested in changing my plans and invites to guests 48 hours before the booking!!! I’d also booked a non refundable room at this hotel… Bear in mind, I’ve spoken to 4 different managers since 8 weeks ago of making the booking. The last email at that point confirmed the booking with all the details with an outstanding query about the cake. One day before the booking (today), I get an email suggesting “since the events transpired since the booking, the event specifications do not suit as a venue. We regret to cancel your booking. We hope you find a suitable alternative.” Lmao imagine my reaction!!!!! I’ve invited people from all over the UK to come as the dinner occasion is my ‘going away dinner’ as im moving countries.
I feel that the stress and uncertainty of everything, paired with the unprofessional behaviour and inconsistency warrants some sort of legal action. They have no complaints system so I am quite stuck for what to do.
Please be kind and informative if you can. It’s been bloody stressful as it is.
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2023.06.01 15:42 marketingfleksa A Gastronomic Adventure: Food and Beer Pairing in Munich
Munich, the capital of Bavaria, Germany, is not only known for its rich history and stunning architecture but also for its vibrant culinary scene. When it comes to gastronomy in Munich, one cannot overlook the importance of beer. With a plethora of traditional breweries and beer gardens, Munich offers a unique opportunity for a gastronomic adventure focused on food and beer pairing. Join us as we explore the delightful combination of flavors that awaits you in this Bavarian city.
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The Art of Brewing:
Munich is renowned for its centuries-old brewing traditions, which have shaped the beer culture of the region. From the world-famous Oktoberfest to local breweries, you will find a wide range of beer styles to tantalize your taste buds. The four main types of beer commonly found in Munich are Helles (pale lager), Weissbier (wheat beer), Dunkles (dark lager), and Bock (strong lager). Each beer type has its distinct characteristics, offering a diverse range of flavors.
Classic Bavarian Cuisine:
To truly appreciate the art of food and beer pairing, it is essential to indulge in the classic Bavarian cuisine. Munich is a haven for meat lovers, with dishes like Schweinshaxe (roasted pork knuckle), Weisswurst (traditional white sausage), and Schnitzel (breaded and fried meat cutlet) taking center stage. These hearty and flavorful dishes perfectly complement the robust flavors of Munich's beers.
When it comes to pairing beer with food, there are no hard and fast rules, but certain combinations can elevate your culinary experience. For example, a refreshing Helles pairs wonderfully with Weisswurst, while the malty flavors of Dunkles complement the richness of Schweinshaxe. If you're feeling adventurous, try pairing a fruity Weissbier with a soft pretzel or a spicy currywurst for a delightful contrast of flavors.
Beer Gardens: The Ultimate Experience
No visit to Munich would be complete without experiencing the unique atmosphere of a traditional beer garden. These outdoor spaces are not only a great place to enjoy a cold brew but also to savor local delicacies. Picture yourself sitting under the shade of chestnut trees, surrounded by lively conversations and the aroma of freshly baked pretzels. The combination of good company, delicious food, and perfectly paired beers creates an unforgettable experience.
Munich offers a gastronomic adventure like no other, where food and beer come together to create a symphony of flavors. From the rich history of brewing to the hearty Bavarian cuisine, every aspect of the culinary scene in Munich is intertwined with the art of beer. So, if you find yourself in this vibrant city, make sure to embark on a journey of food and beer pairing to discover the true essence of Munich's gastronomy. Prost!
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2023.06.01 15:41 gdore15 Trip report : Three months in Japan including one in Kyushu.
In this report, I'll mostly list the city I visited during my trip and give my general impression or talk about what I did.
I spend a total of three months in Japan, the first 11 days around Tokyo, two weeks to move between Osaka and Hiroshima one month across Kyushu and finally back in Tokyo for a month, with some overnight trips in the Kanto area.
You can check my itinerary for Kyushu
, it will give more detail on location I planned to visit in each city (I mostly followed it) and also gives a bit more info about me. I also wrote about traveling as a Hololive fan
and posted on the dedicated sub, but here I posted about anime shopping
a bit more in general.
If you want to get my extra tips that you would not usually read here or in other guides, I posted my tips
Walked from 9k to 31k steps by day, an average of 15k to 20k depending on the month I look at. Total cost including flight was about 8000CAD, I mostly stayed in hostels or similar accommodation, did not use JR Pass and mostly eat food in restaurant while moving around, but back in Tokyo I did much more convenience store/grocery store shopping for food. It did include a lot of craft beer and a bit of souvenir shopping.
Feel free to ask question, especially if I mention a place that you would like to visit, I can give more info. Or if you want to see picture of anything I mentioned, let me know I can try to share. Kansai/Chugoku
- Arima : I only visited during the day, but if you are looking for a nice onsen town close to Osaka/Kyoto/Kobe, then I would recommend. The ambiance might not be as charming as Kinosaki, but you still have the feeling that you are in a small town that revolve around onsen and that is easy to walk. The two main onsen are fine, pretty typical onsen experience if you ask me. Sure you can find nice ryokan too.
- Kobe : Went before and to different area, went to two sake breweries in Nada on my first time and would recommend if you want to know how sake is made. This time I went around Chinatown around lunch and it was a great experience, there is so much street food vendors and people everywhere, really recommend. Finished the day with a night view from Venus Bridge, the view was better than from the Nunobiki Herb Garden.
- Akashi : The main shopping street was really busy, lot of restaurant that serve the local specialty, Akashiyaki, a kind of takoyaki but much eggier taste and texture, you dunk it in soup to eat it (instead of putting sauce on it). The castle is skippable unless you hunt stamps and the history museum is heavily in Japanese.
- Himeji : The castle is huge. Honestly I really recommend to try to see one of the original castle and this one is usually the one that make the most sense to people. Went there close to opening time and could visit the castle and Kokoen garden before lunch. Then hiked Mount Shosha to see Engyo-ji. The hike is not too difficult, the temple is nice but really big, it will take a while to walk around even if you take the ropeway (it was under maintenance when I went).
- Ako : Could interest history buff as it is the city from where the 47 ronin from the Chushigura story come from, so the local shrine and the history museum do have things related to it. I actually liked going to see the salterns at Ako Seaside Park. Ako was know to be a big sea salt produced in the past and there is outside exhibit that show how it is done. They also do workshop and weekly demonstration, but even without that I found it interesting.
- Bizen (Imbe) : Unfortunately went when the museum was close for change in exhibition. This is a really different sightseeing experience as there is little to no "sight", spent most of the day going from one pottery store to the other. It's easy to get an idea of the Bizen-yaki style, I did not like the red-ish items that much but got a nice tea cup in darker color.
- Okayama : The castle and garden are ok, might not be my first recommendation for that combo (Himeji would probably win). The castle focus on the sengoku era, so if you like that part of history you might appreciate. Then went to Kibitsu-jinja where there is a long corridor. Can also learn about the story of Momotaro. If the weather had been better, cycling around Kibi is apparently nice. Do not try the Doppo Peach Pils, I would barely call it a beer, too sweet.
- Kurashiki : By the video I saw, it made it sound much bigger. The historic area is not that large, so if you do the boat ride, it won't be that long. There is still a nice vibe and you can get a good taste of a more preserved neighborhood.
- Fukuyama : Mostly used this as a convenient place to stay, there is not much to do. When you go to the touristic information and they tell you the top two things are the castle and Tomonoura, well, it show that this is not a top touristic destination. Took a more relax day and only walk to some temple/shrine.
- Tomonoura : Here we can also get a taste of preservation of older neighborhood, bus on a smaller scare and different building style compared to Kurashiki. If you are into history and specifically Bakumatsu, you might want to see the small museum about the Irohamaru and Sakamoto Ryoma as the boat sank nearby. The nearby island is nice and you can go for a relatively easy hike, but nothing special.
- Onomichi : Love Onomichi, I've been several times already. The city is always as quiet with as little attractions, but still like the vibe. Cherry blossom where quite nice in Senko-ji park. While I have not done the cycling, I visited the islands on Onomichi side. This time I went to Mukaishima for a hike and the view was fantastic. Yes, doing the Shimanamikaido cycling is a way to enjoy it, but it is not the only way to enjoy the islands and the view they can offer. Got recommended a really nice bar that it next to impossible to find without being told (can give more info).
- Hiroshima : After several days without seeing much international tourist, here the main sight like the peace park and even the castle are obviously popular destinations. I do not think I have much to add about Hiroshima that you cannot find elsewhere.
- Fukuoka : Went before and from my first trip would recommend the Fukuoka City Museum for a nice history museum. This time went to see teamLab, was my first experience and it was quite fun, I can give more info on that too. Went to Maizuru park (Fukuoka castle ruin) and had beautiful cherry blossom.
- Yoshinogari : While most historical location showcase more modern aspect of Japan, it was a really interesting experience to see a larger scale location dedicated to Yayoi era. Usually you might see one of the house from that era build in a random park/museum, but here you have the full village with different type of building and the whole walls around. Quite interesting if you are into older Japanese history.
- Saga : Was a convenient stop for accommodation, but there is not that much to see. The castle ruin have a reconstructed palace, one of the (if not the) first to be reconstructed. While it is nice, it is really not as flashy as the one in Nagoya castle (in Nagoya city, not Nagoya castle ruin in Saga) or Kumamoto castle.
- Arita : Similar to Bizen as the day was focused on visiting pottery/porcelain shops. Here the Kyushu Porcelain Museum was open and I would really recommend, especially as it's free. Really nice experience to see the different style of porcelain made around Arita, it did contrast with my perception that the style was kind of the same across all what is produced, but there is actually a lot of different style.
- Takeo : My main reason to go was to see teamLab exhibition, but along the way stopped by different nice garden. Was kind of in a strange time, cherry blossom was almost over and azalea just starting, so I had a bit of both, but not peak of either. teamLab I also did the Mikuneyama Rakuen onsen. While you pay a bit of a premium price, I think that you do have a good onsen experience. The exhibition was also quite nice and despite seeing some other people, I mostly had the art installation for myself. Can give more info if you want.
- Nagasaki : Second time in Nagasaki, found the Chinatown a bit dead compared to Kobe. Did the must do things on my first trip like peace museum, Dejima and Mount Inasa at night (would recommend to do these), this time did Nagasaki Museum of History and Culture that is interesting as it focus on the trace with various foreign country, Clover garden that is nice if you are interested in Late Edo/Meiji presence of westerners in Nagasaki. Also did Kameyama Shachu Memorial Museum as I like Bakumatsu and Ryoma. Will continue to recommend two days in Nagasaki.
- Unzen : Really unique to walk around Unzen Hells. Did some hiking around, but if you have a chance, going to Nita Pass and up the ropeway is probably better, but the bus to Nita Pass was not running when I went ant the only other option was an expensive taxi ride.
- Shimabara : While the castle have nothing unique, the exhibition inside is quite interesting as it will tell more about the Shimabara rebellion and the hidden Christians. Also tried a local sweet that is like small dango in a sweet syrup that strangely taste a lot like maple syrup.
- Kumamoto : While it is a major city in Kyushu, I felt that appart from the castle, there is not that much to do. Right now the castle is only partially reopen as they are still repairing the damage caused by the 2016 earthquake.
- Hitoyoshi : Unfortunately difficult to access by public transport because of the Hisatsu Line was severely damaged by floods in 2020, you can still go by bus, but it makes it more difficult. You might think that goin by car is the better option, but considering that Hitoyoshi is known for Kuma Shochu (made with rice), you might want to walk to the shochu distillery to partake in some tasting. Also went into a miso and soy sauce factory, that was interesting. Overall not a lot of things to see but still nice countryside town.
- Kirishima (Myoken onsen) : The onsen area is not the most convenient to access by public transport, but there is still a bus going. It's getting more difficult if you want to visit some sights around. I ended up being quite lucky as two different person stopped to offer me a ride to my next location. Would only recommend if you have a car or if you are really a big fan of Sakamoto Ryoma.
- Kagoshima : I was expecting to need more than a day to visit Kagoshima, but for the city itself, a day seems alright. Shukkei-en is nice and offer a good view of Sakurajima, the garden is also beautiful. Just make sure to get in the sightseeing bus that stop at the entrance. Went to the Meiji Restoration Museum, especially as I like the bakumatsu era. I could have spend my second full day in Sakurajima instead, but the rain was not especially pushing me to do outside activities.
- Yakushima : The car ferry was not running so had to pay 22 000yend for the jetfoil. This also changed my total ferry schedule. I initially planned a single day of activity, but ended up leaving in the afternoon of the second day so could re-schedule. On my first full day I went to Hirauchi kaichu onsen, that is a onsen in the ocean, only accessible at low tide, was kind of interesting, but it's mixed gender and you are technically supposed to go naked... except that the other people ether had swimsuit or towels to properly hide themselves, while I had a borderline too small towel. Only had 15 minutes to enjoy the water before going back on the bus to Ohko waterfall, that is quite nice. There I met someone who offered me a drive. My initial plan to walk toward Seibu Rindo, a forest road with wild deer and monkey. Let's say that considering the distance, I realize that my initial plan was not that good. Second day wend to Shiratani Unsuikyo, really nice hike with a great view if you reach the end of the train. The bus schedule does allow to easily do the hike if you start in the morning. Overall, I think Yakushima is doable by public transport, but it does require much more planning, kind of glad I had a ride. Also was lucky to get great weather all the time I was there.
- Ibusuki : I asked for recommendation of places to go and was recommended Chiringashima twice, not bad if you have some time to walk around the island and you are on time for low tide, but terrible bus schedule, so I went by bus and returned by walking. A bike rental would have made things easier. The special thing in Ibusuki is the sand bath, it is a strange feeling to be buried in the sand. The main place where you can do it is big and really well organized, I saw a place in Beppu that offer sand bath, but they seemed to have a somehow long wait. Appart from that, you need to go outside of town if you want to do more things.
- Makurazaki : a bit of a pain to reach by train/bus. My main goal was to see a shochu distillery. Honestly not totally sure it's worth going that far especially considering I saw other places easier to access. They also produce sweet potato based beer, not bad, but also not the best I tried during my trip. Had to eat some bonito as the city is know to be a big producer of katsuobushi.
- Shishibu : Mostly went because I wanted to visit a tea farm. Went to Osumi Teanery, they have a member of their staff that is American and that will do the tour with you. There is just so much we can see of the process in the factory as it is a running factory (at least in season) that is not build to have viewing deck on the production, then despite the rain we went to see the fields and talk about how the tea is cultivated. Also did a hojicha workshop, so that was fun to learn how to roast your own tea. While the place is not the easiest to access, the staff helped me get there so at the end it was relatively easy to do.
- Nichinan (Obi) : Kind of fun castle town, they have a special map with coupons and a list of participating restaurant. You buy the map then you can exchange the coupons of food items to eat while visiting the town. The castle does not have anything exceptional, but still fine.
- Miyazaki : First day was initially dedicated to Aoshima, but I ended up not spending as much there as I thought. The rock formation is interesting, that is for sure. Used the rest of the day to go to Udo-Jingu (that is technically in Nichinan), not sure it's worth the full cost of the bus, but it's an interesting shrine built in a cave close to the ocean. Miyazaki city in itself does not have that much, the nature and history museum is nice, but as many nature museum, I feel more geared toward child, but it was free, so why not.
- Hyuga : Honestly my biggest surprise. I was initially only planning it as a stop before getting in the bus to Takachiho. Ok, it's quite a long walk so a car or maybe a bike would be better, but Umagase was really a natural wonder, it's really beautiful and you can feel the power of the ocean. You might as well stop by the Sea Cross observatory and a point called Sanpo (next to the sea cross). Then you can also check Omi shrine and Uto shrine, the second being a small shrine build in a cave quite close to the ocean.
- Takachiho : Again after a while just seeing tourist once in a while, it show that Takachiho is a popular spot for tourist (both Japanese and Foreign. While the gorge is nice, I was much more impressed by Umagase. Also you cannot always ride the boat and it was close the days I was there. For me the Takachiho Kagura was more interesting than the gorge. One difficulty was to find a good hostel as the one easy to book is next to Amanoiwato shrine, that is a bit far from Takachiho shrine and no bus at the time of the kagura plan. But I found guesthouse sankaku thatwas perfectly located and the host, Asuka, was really friendly. Went to Amanoiwato shrine the next day and I think that more than the shrine in itself, the mythology around it is much more interesting. While it is only in Japanese, they do a small tour almors every half hour so you can see the sealed entrance of the cave where Amaterasu hid.
- Takamori : That was one more intermediary stop, got to see one of the One Piece statue (that I do not really care about). Got great view on Mount Aso. Went to Kamishikimi Kumanoimasu Shrine (that is a good walk or infrequent bus from the station), and was surprised to see what felt like a tour bus stop there. Yeah, it's nice to see the torii and the staircase in the forest, but I would not do a day trip from Kumamoto to there as I've seen people here wanting to do that. Also the train line is supposed to fully reopen this summer so it will be easier to access.
- Aso : My worst day. It rained and the top of the mountain was in clouds. Honestly I should have saved my money and not go on top. But if you are blessed with good weather, I am sure that it is fantastic, I can say that just by the gorgeous view I had on the mountain the previous day.
- Beppu : Yes, Beppu is know for their onsen, but I do not especially feel a special vibe about the city. When I went to the tourist info to have recommendation, appart from the hells that I already visited previously, it was pretty much just to get out of the city to attractions around. Got recommended Takegawara Onsen, it's fine but the bath is small and there is no soap, so bring your own if you want to wash. They also do sand bath, but seems to take time as the place have limited space. It's also located in what I would call a red light district with plenty of girls bakyabakura/soapland, so that is also... interesting. Would highly recommend Beppu Brewery, that seems to be fairly new. Got their tasting set that include a kabosu weise, kabosu is Oita local citrus, then tried the kabosu session. But if you see kabosu beer at the souvenir shop, do not try Kabos and Honey, it's the second worst beer I had on my trip, really sweet. (I wat getting into fruity beers before going to Japan, sour beer are good, not sweet beer).
- Oita : Listening to people, I felt that Oita was not really getting much appreciation here, but I found that there was more museums than in Beppu, like the Oita Prefecture Art Museum and Oita Art Museum (but I'm not that into art museum). While yes, there is no that much around the station area, I wished I had searched a bit more about the history of the city, the great discovery was the Old Otomo Residence and Garden, It is a small museum that will introduce you to Otomo Sorin, probably more know as the christian daimyo, would have liked to see if there is more locations related to that part of the region's history. The castle ruin was less interesting as there is not much exhibition, so pretty much only went to get the castle stamp. Getting a car to get to the interesting points a bit further around the city could have been more interesting tho.
- Usuki : My first idea here was to visit a series of temples as part of a pilgrimage, but it ended up not being much of a good idea as the second temples I went to was close, so I kind of abandoned the idea. Then I rented a free bicycle from the tourist information and rode it toward the stone carved buddha, unfortunately the back tire went flat and I decided to walk back instead of going all the way to the buddha. Was a bit unfortunate, but the city had some nice streets with older buildings and the food was good.
- Sakura : Not much people go there but I would really recommend the history museum. If you decide to go, make sure you bring you phone with headphones and a power bank, if you listen to all the audio guide, you can spend hours in the museum.
- Narita : While I might not recommend as a day trip from Tokyo, I would absolutely recommend for people who are doing a long layover at Narita and that want to have a taste of Japan without going all the way to Tokyo.
- Kamakura : Second time going, while it's kind of possible to do a day in Kamakura and Enoshima, I think that spending two days over the two places is much better. This time I went to Hokokuji and their bamboo grove is really beautiful. While I've seen bamboo elsewhere, like in Sakura, here the place is really clean, all the dead bamboo have been removed and properly disposed. Usually in natural bamboo groves, it is full of dead or broken bamboo or there is piles of bamboo that was gathered in a corner. It was not too crowded and quite enjoyable, but it is not super big. Other than that there is plenty to see in Kamakura, totally recommend.
- Enoshima : Went for the first time, while a full day might be a bit much, not too hard to spend a good part of the day walking around. Went on the first day of my Kamakura trip as the weather was nice and I hoped for a Mount Fuji view and I could see it. I had the impression you had to be at a specific spot to see it, but no you can see it right from the bridge (I think the specific spot is if you want to see both Enoshima and Mount Fuji). Despite no cloud, it was not super clear, this can be because of humidity in the air or because of Asian dust (or China Dust) that is more prevalent in spring.
- Chichibu : Kind of surprisingly, there is many anime that are taking place in Chichibu, so if you like any of them, that would be a great destination. One of the main thing advertise about Chichibu is nature, but I found that it would work much better with a car to get to the flower fields outside of the town center, or maybe by renting a car. If you want to bungee jump you can do it here (pretty sure it's the place where Chis Broad and Connor went). If you want to go to Mitsumine Shrine, then that will likely require a car rental. I stayed not to far for the night, but the bus service was... let's say not the most convenient. There would also be a bunch of hiking trains in the area around the western side of Chichibu.
- Nagatoro : Walking next to the arakawa river is a must and you might want to also do a boat dire on the river. I then hiked Hodosan, but it was not that exciting. There is a famous kakigoori place there, super popular, that's the restaurant I waited the longest for in all my trip, then you get serve a big pile of shaved ice (with the syrup of your choice) and it cost more than a lot of full meals that I had, but I do not regret the refreshment on that hot day.
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2023.06.01 15:41 lordleft BYOB etiquette?
Hi folks, there's a restaurant I'm going to tonight that's BYOB. Is there an etiquette I should be aware of here? Can I literally bring any kind of alcohol -- a bottle of wine or liquor? Should I bring my own glasses or are BYOB places happy to provide glassware for drinks? Apologies for the dumb questions, I just want to know if there are any subtleties / non obvious rules around byob places.
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2023.06.01 15:40 Homes247-Real-Estate New Blog Updates - Homes247.in
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2023.06.01 15:35 HuckleberryLou Traveling to London and Paris with a toddler. Tips? Advice?
We are traveling from the US to London and Paris with our 19 month old. We are excited but a little nervous as it’s our first big trip with her. I want to make sure we prepare to give ourselves the best odds of making it a success. Would love advice on any of the topics below, or anything else you wish you had known before going!
Plane Ride - We’d love to let her watch a movie on the plane as a treat. Has anyone found a pair of headphones that a toddler will keep on? - Any favorite plane toys or activities? - We have an overnight flight there so hoping she will sleep on the plane. Any tips for increasing our odds?
Europe - Are there any things that surprised you as different between the US and Europe for toddlers? Like things were used to having available here that are hard to find there? - Time Change -- She’s on 1 nap and typically sleeps 1-3pm-ish and over night from about 8a-8p. We will be traveling ahead 6 hours. Any tips for helping her adjust to the time change? - Car seats- we plan to use public transit some but may have instances where an Uber or taxi makes more sense. How does this work? Would places like museums let us store the car seat somewhere while we walk around? Any tips on brands car seats that are easy for travel? (Easy install, lightweight, fit in Euro cars well?) - Restaurants- do restaurants typically have toddler seats available like they do in the US? If not, any tips on best booster seats/ pop up seats for travel? - Hotels- the place were staying says they will have a crib (I assume that means pack and play) available. Other than a sheet, anything we need to bring for this? - Anything else??????
Thank you in advance!
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2023.06.01 15:13 wetravelinthe Pas le droit de manger en tente que serveur
Bonjour! Je travail dans une petite entreprise, un café particulier. Je suis en C.D.I. avec des jours de 9hr à 17hr. Mes patronnes commend d’un traiteur pour la partie restauration (nous avons pas assez de place dans la cuisine café). Du coup, les repas qu’elle commends à vendre reviens cher. Elle mange un repas par jours chaque, mais elle me dit comme c’est une petite entreprise ça coûte trop cher. Je ne reçois pas de Ticket Resto. Ça fait deux ans que je vois de l’argent pris de mon fiche de paye pour les déjeuners que j’ai jamais pris.
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2023.06.01 15:06 LoveMangaBuddy Read Underworld Restaurant - Chapter 18 - MangaPuma
“8, 8, 8, 8.2 billion?!” 8.2 billion buildings suddenly appeared in the life of earth spoon!! And... restaurant? The behavior of the customers who come to the restaurant is suspicious, and they say only unknown things... … . taking place in the heart of Seoul A spine-chilling touching story. Every night from eleven to one. Jeoseung Restaurant is open now! The underworld restaurant is open now! ... Read Underworld Restaurant - Chapter 18 - MangaPuma. Read more at https://mangapuma.com/underworld-restaurant/chapter-18
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2023.06.01 15:02 rareblooded Been debating quitting for a while now? Would this be the last straw for you?
So, some context to this situation:
I’m currently an Assistant Manager (as my official title states) but since about 2 weeks into getting this promotion, the Restaurant Manager I was working under got pulled to a different store in our franchise without another Restaurant Manager to replace him, which lead to almost all the full manager responsibilities being placed on myself and my co-Assistant Manager, with only the weekly schedule being the duty for my General Manager.
Now, I’m only 19 years old, and during these Assistant Manager / “Co-Acting Manager” endeavors, I’ve also been taking classes a full-time student online. Needless to say, this has all been very stressful on my mental health… but I also realistically partially put myself into this position to be able to get a raise to be able to pay for school easier while having extra money to myself.
As time has gone on, my GM has treated me more and more like an RM, expecting me to know stuff I was never trained on or realistically never needed to know because I was trained to be an AM, not an RM, and the last thing I wanted was to commit to a salary job while being a student. I’d been thinking about quitting this stressful job and taking on something that pays better for less stress, which mainly comes from my GM (just further proof that the upper management of Dunkin is just plain garbage).
Well yesterday this exchange between another RM in my franchise and my GM came up in the Manager’s group chat, which really had me more ready than ever to quit this hellscape, but I wanted to get some other Dunkin’ employee (and even customer) input as to what you think I should do? It’s currently summertime and I don’t go back to school until mid-August, but I also want to enjoy my summer.
So in the wise words of The Clash, should I stay or should I go?
TL;DR: I’m an Assistant Manager without a Restaurant Manager to report to, and my GM makes this job a hellhole. This screenshot of another Manager in my franchise and my GM set me off yesterday and I’m debating finally quitting. Any advice on what I should do?
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2023.06.01 14:54 velvetjacket1 Crab rice in lotus leaf
Where is the best place to get crab and rice wrapped in a lotus leaf? Through googling I found Confucius Seafood Restaurant, but I’d like to vet all options.
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2023.06.01 14:46 DittoDepot Am I being lame?
Ever since hitting my mid 30s, I have really been over the bar scene here in my area. My boyfriend on the other hand still enjoys going out and getting drunk with his friends. And he would usually comment on how I’m lame and boring for not wanting to go out to the bar every week.
Cut to this weekend. My boyfriend was invited to a wedding Friday night. That didn’t include a guest so I was not invited. These are for people I wouldn’t say are our friends but associates, people we only see when we go out and about to the bars. Outside of that I have zero communication with this group of people . I have no plans Friday night but my boyfriend let me know that there is an after after party after this wedding that it’s going to take place at a popular bar near the wedding venue. This bar is about 35 minutes away from where we live, and I know my boyfriend let me know about these after after party because he wants me to join him at the bar Friday night. I would totally be down to go for a drink out but honestly I don’t want to go to this after after wedding event. It’s for an event I wasn’t invited to people I’m not necessarily friends with. I can’t drink since I’m going to have to drive back home 35 minutes away. And I know my boyfriends going to think I’m lame and boring for not going.
Honestly, I’d rather if I do go out just grab a margarita at a Mexican restaurant near the house and chill at home. Because I hate waking up hung over and being a total waste of space and feeling like shit the next day. I want to go shopping and do different things different things over the weekend and open to meeting up with actual close friends for a drink or something over the weekend. But I know me not going to this event is going to cut into the quality time that me and my boyfriend spend over the weekend. Because I know he’s going to go drinking at the bar after this wedding and attend all the after after parties and then he’s going to sleep the entire weekend because he’s going to be so hung over. He tends to do this most weekends.
Am I being a bump on the log for not wanting to go to this after after party and not wanting to be in the bar scene as heavy as my boyfriend? We are both in our mid to late 30s.
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2023.06.01 14:44 icycseen Wonder if my partner is building resentment among the kids
My partner is starting to be open with me about how unhappy they are about having children. He’s mention he often wonders what life is like without them for “us” but also just himself. He loves them, is an active and helpful dad but often says his days revolve around parenting, work and repeat and he resents that. This issue is separate.. Recently he’s gotten too vocal about things to the kids that I fear will build resentment among them. Finances have gotten tight and he’s not necessarily vocal about that, but is vocal about not rushing through groceries. Separately he’s vocal to them about his lack of time to spare or how sharing has to be dispersed. Examples… he mentions to them directly that if “there were only you (meaning no siblings) you could have all the orange juice you want.” He went and got donuts for the family and everyone got one, I came out to eat mine and he had cut mine up and given the kids the rest of mine and his as well. “if there were less of you you could have all the donuts you want”. I felt frustrated because he complains then he gives them extra when one big donut with other breakfast sides was fine. It’s a rarity for us to ever get big donuts from a shop and I was excited for mine. I explain I felt he isn’t teaching them that we can all share and enjoy things together, and his own resentment will build because he feels they “take all of our nice things”. We aren’t teaching them to appreciate what they have, but to always want more. Another example is that he will say “i don’t have enough ears for all of you” (understandable.. but rude I feel) “i don’t have enough time for all of you”. “if there were just you we could do things like go here or there (expensive place, fun for kids like amusement park or restaurants or so on)”. I worry these comments will build to make the kids resent each other or resent having a large family. The idea is it’s already too late. We have a large family and that is how it is. Is there anything I can do to make them happy and appreciate the family that they are in with the resources we have? We aren’t rich, but we aren’t badly off, we have a beautiful home and yard, we get fun things occasionally, we have gone on lovely trips. But it’s never “enough” for my partner.
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2023.06.01 14:36 marketingfleksa Exploring Frankfurt's Culinary Delights: A Food Lover's Guide to the City
Frankfurt, the vibrant financial hub of Germany, is not just known for its impressive skyline and bustling business district. The city is also a haven for food lovers, offering a delightful mix of traditional German cuisine, international flavors, and a thriving food scene. If you're a food enthusiast visiting Frankfurt, get ready for a gastronomic adventure like no other. In this blog post, we'll take you on a culinary journey through the city, highlighting some must-visit food destinations and dishes you simply can't miss. if you're looking for indian restaurants frankfurt
, then you're right place as well. Frankfurt has lots of indian cuisines with lots of flavors.
Start your culinary exploration at Kleinmarkthalle, a beloved food market located in the heart of the city. Here, you'll find a wide array of fresh produce, regional specialties, and artisanal products. Take your time to wander through the bustling stalls, indulge in delicious samples, and interact with the friendly vendors. From locally-sourced meats and cheeses to mouthwatering pastries and exotic spices, Kleinmarkthalle offers a true feast for the senses.
No visit to Frankfurt would be complete without trying the city's iconic dish – the Frankfurt Green Sauce. Made from a blend of seven herbs including parsley, chives, and sorrel, this tangy sauce is typically served with boiled eggs and potatoes. Head to one of the traditional Apfelwein taverns, such as Adolf Wagner or Atschel, to savor this local delicacy along with a glass of refreshing Apfelwein (apple wine), a regional specialty.
For those seeking international flavors, Sachsenhausen, a vibrant district south of the river Main, is the place to be. Here, you'll find a diverse range of restaurants offering cuisines from all corners of the globe. Whether you're craving authentic Italian pizza, spicy Thai curries, or savory Middle Eastern mezze, Sachsenhausen has it all. Don't forget to stop by the famous street Schweizer Straße, lined with cozy cafes and trendy eateries, perfect for a relaxed brunch or a leisurely dinner.
If you're a fan of street food, head over to the weekly food markets that pop up across the city. From the popular weekly market at Schillerplatz to the Offenbach Market with its multicultural delights, these vibrant markets offer an opportunity to sample a wide range of international street food, local specialties, and artisanal products. Grab a bite of the famous Frankfurt sausage, a crispy falafel wrap, or a mouthwatering burger, and soak in the lively atmosphere.
For a unique dining experience, make a reservation at one of Frankfurt's Michelin-starred restaurants. The city boasts several establishments that have been awarded this prestigious honor, such as Villa Merton and Francais. Indulge in exquisite gourmet creations crafted by talented chefs, complemented by impeccable service and elegant surroundings. These fine dining establishments showcase the best of Frankfurt's culinary scene and are perfect for a special occasion or a memorable evening out.
In conclusion, Frankfurt is a paradise for food lovers, offering a delectable blend of traditional German cuisine, international flavors, and a vibrant food culture. From exploring bustling food markets and savor local delicacies to indulging in gourmet dining experiences, the city offers something to satisfy every palate. So, if you find yourself in Frankfurt, be prepared to embark on a culinary adventure that will leave you craving for more.
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2023.06.01 14:32 Food-Data-Scrape How to Scrape Zomato Restaurant Reviews Data in Bengaluru?
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How To Scrape Zomato Restaurant Reviews Data In Bengaluru?
Online shopping has become a necessary part of daily life. So what should we do when we visit a food delivery portal and decide what to eat tonight?
You are right, of course! We look at the reviews first, followed by the best sellers or the best dishes, and maybe a few recent reviews, and we are done! We place an order! For an online food delivery service
like ZOMATO, this is standard procedure. When we want to order food online or find new places to eat, we use Zomato. User ratings strongly influence the attractiveness of Zomato. Read on to see how the Extraction of Restaurant Reviews Data from Zomato benefits your business.
Customer reviews have a significant impact on restaurant visits and online deliveries. However, consumer perceptions of ambiance, service, and cuisine are equally important, helping restaurateurs identify and fix problems.
In this article, we walk you through the steps needed before deploying a modeling approach. For an algorithm to provide reliable results, it must be supplied with excellent data. And to obtain such, you must scrape Zomato restaurant reviews data in Bengaluru.
We have a dataset with information on about 12000 restaurants in Bengaluru (as of March 2019) and will apply various pre-processing techniques to prepare the data for further investigation.
We will show you how to quickly extract the Zomato ratings of each restaurant for further research by scraping reviews from Zomato.
Upload with preliminary data analysis
After loading the appropriate modules; you need to access the file in the Python environment with pd.read csv ().
memory usage: 6.7+ MB
You get This data has 51717 lines and 17 variables (excluding votes); all other items are quantitative in nature.
- Some data needs to be included in several fields (contact, area, tariff, dish _iked, rest _type, approx _cost, and cuisines) (for only two people).
- Approx _cost, and tariff (for only two people) must be numerical parameters; nevertheless, they were documented as objects.
After that, we use. describe() to collect more details.
data.describe(include = 'all')
- This again shows missing values.
- The data includes close locations for restaurants, as there are about 96 Cafe Coffee Day locations in Bengaluru.
- There are two variables - reserved table and online ordering - each of which can be answered yes/no.
- Possible explanations for why Python recognizes rating columns as an object data type are observations logged as "NEW", indicating that there are not enough outstanding ratings for restaurants to create an overall rating.
- The remaining columns were largely self-explanatory.
In this study, the column of reviews attracts our attention. For this reason, we will not purge or examine other variables. Note:
Use different matplotlib and seaborn plots to advance your research and gain a deeper understanding of the data. For example, when looking for particular restaurants, best cuisines, ratings between numerous locations of comparable restaurants, etc.
Restoration and preparation of the data
Changing the column names
Look at the columns with the ratings.
It shows that all outlets' reviews have been recorded in the form of a list with unique ratings for each study.
Some sources do not offer ratings. You can hide these sections if necessary.
Consequently, there are now 17 columns and almost 44122 lines.
More information about the columns reviews.
Let us look at a particular restaurant's reviews and identify the methods used to obtain the data.
data.Reviews #checking the first row of the Reviews column
It shows how these reviews are stored as a tuple of ratings and comments for each restaurant, grouped within the list, and transmitted as a string.
For further text categorization, we needed both the individual ratings and comments for a restaurant, so we only show them here:
Keep the mandatory columns for additional analysis
Image creation with custom functions
We will create a process that will output the reviews and ratings data frame along with the name of the restaurant, along with the length of the data frame above and the ant index values between 0 and 1. The function that accomplishes this is shown here:
All reviews for each index (or restaurant) are collected and then cleansed to provide an orderly structure. We used the library "re" for this.
The functions may appear intimidating owing to their vastness, but once completed step by step, you will realize how simple it is.
Note: Take any restaurant and apply each line of the given functions separately to see how logical and simple it is.
Adding a personalized function
A process that takes the name of a restaurant and displays directories for all its branches, as well as the total number of ratings for all branches. This requires a particular form of the rating task, with only a small change in the return statement to capture the length of the ratings. The name of the new function is index_length ().
For anything you need to examine further, you simply take the index and pass it to the specified "ratings_review" task. You will then see the real ratings as well as the ratings to continue and complete the necessary analysis.
If you look closely, you can see that we just changed the function's name and the return line to mimic a function with a similar purpose.
The function provided would give us a data frame containing the price index and the sum of the ratings for each location of the specified restaurant.
Here is a snapshot of the example:
index_length("Baba Ka Dhaba")
Here is how we cleaned and formatted the review data for further text analysis.
With the cleaned data obtained from extracting Zomato Reviews for each restaurant in Bangalore, you can perform topic analysis, word clouds, sentiment analysis (assuming the ratings are large enough for the task), and other analyses.
It is important to give a brief overview of the benefits of Scraping Zomato Restaurant Reviews. Google currently handles a significant volume of search queries on a daily basis. However, keep in mind that it is difficult to scrape zomato restaurant reviews data on your own. Therefore, you should work with a knowledgeable and experienced organization offering service for zomato restaurant and food data extraction.
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2023.06.01 14:15 30ThousandVariants Go-to Deli with Table Service
When I lived in DC and I wanted to sit down for some great deli, I had Loeb's. When I lived in Silver Spring, I never had a question: Parkway was it. Now that I'm in Rockville, I need to find my place.
Corned Beef King has great sandwiches, but I'd like an actual restaurant to sit down and meet someone for lunch. I've heard people say Twinbrook Deli is great, but it seems the same, just a takeout counter.
Where do you go to sit down for a fantastic deli lunch?
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