Today is lost sock day. This is the international memorial day. Back in January I posted about lost sock day but it was a day I came up with.
For the little man I am, I eat a lot.
I don’t exercise, except في الحالات القصوى (in extreme cases).
I have been lately exercising; a couple of times a week, a little less than a couple of hours each time. For that, I have decided to reward myself with a good lunch today.
For all those haters, I bring to you what I devoured today: vermicelli vegetable soup in a delicious bread pot, chicken filet Schnitzel (a deep fried German breaded chicken filet in a special breading mix) with gypsy topping and one whole liter of beer.
At Schnitzels, they have Soup of the day served in a delicious crunchy-on-the-outside bread pot. I would despise it if people would eat the soup and throw away the bread.
Schnitzels are good and not heavy and you can pair it with the topping you like. It come also with a portion of skin-on fries.
Beer. Draft beer. And imported German beer. 1 liter was enough to get me satisfied and buzzed.
The atmosphere is nice and cosy with wood panels all over. You can pick the seat at the wall couches, regular tables or high tables.
Value for quality and quantity is fair. We got: 2 soups, 2 Schnitzels with 2 toppings each, a small beer and a large beer for around a 50$ and I’m stuffed now.
If you pass by City Mall, make sure to pass by Schnitzels and have a satisfying meal there.
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Browsing through on of the sites I like, I discovered the below excerpt which led me to this Google invention: Google Art Project.
When Bruegel painted more than 500 years ago, could he have imagined that one day, a dozen generations down the road, his paintings would be viewed on a practically microscopic scale? Such is the wonder of the Google Art Project, the two-year-old platform that now houses more than 30,000 digital versions of famous artworks–some of which are viewable at a radically high resolution.taken from: http://www.fastcodesign.com/1672256/how-google-is-remaking-art-history
Below are a few images showing incredible details of well-known paintings.
Where do you stand from this?
Do you think this is a violation to the artist and the painting itself or you think this is a tool that can be used for a better use?
No. I was never on the red carpet, yet!