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Avenues, Kuwait City, Kuwait

I visited Chocomelt cafe in the Kuwait City at the avenues mall with my family. The food presentation was beyond good and the desserts is created to please you from the first bite Read more

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Buffalo has a handful of nice B&Bs that afford the opportunity to stay in one of the city’s handsome houses—way cozier than those Hamptons and Holiday Inns that abound downtown. The eclectic Elmwood Village Inn: Honu House (from $95; 893 Elmwood Ave., map) is particularly well located among the shops, cafes, and bars of cute Elmwood Village, and is within walking distance of the excellent Albright-Knox Art Gallery and Hoyt Lake at Delaware Park.

For a local splurge in an architecturally gorgeous building, look no further than the well-preserved and conveniently located Mansion on Delaware, (pricetk; 414 Delaware Ave., map), built in 1869. Its 28 elegant rooms come with round-the-clock butler service; prices include breakfast and afternoon cocktails.

If your Niagara Falls day trip turns into an overnight, stay put in the heart of wine country in quaint Niagara-on-the-Lake (Niagara Peninsula, Ontario, Canada). The town is filled with 19th-century-homes turned B&Bs, but if flowery wallpaper and dated décor isn’t your thing, try the quiet, Cape Cod-inspired Cape House (from $150; 1895 Lakeshore Rd., map), located on the wine route a stone’s throw from Lake Ontario. It’s casually elegant and modernly decorated, with a lovely back garden, veranda, and a popular gourmet breakfast. Cheaper and closer to the main drag (Queen Street) is the no-frills King George III Inn (from $104; 61 Melville St., map), with eight rooms, five of which have balconies.



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