Top 5 holidays for chocoholics

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  1. rwoman
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    Now if I could only figure out how to eat all the chocolate I want without it affecting my waistline....
     
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    Good chocolate in combination with travel is a wonderful delight!:) I clearly remember the creations of Pierre Marcolini we enjoyed in Brussels, gorgeous, smooth and presented like jewellery. A must!:)
     
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    I gave up sweets for Lent...it's had an amazing effect on my waistline. :). I will enjoy some Cadbury on Easter though!! :)
     
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    I enjoyed sampling chocolate in Belgium in a few cities last year. I could go for a nice truffle with speculoos now!
     
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    Chocolate is good thing. Mostly people use it during travel. I also use it and like to keep it while on journey. But there are other places where we get good and tasty chocolates. When I tour to Belgium, I eaten simple but quality chocolate.
    singapore emcee
     
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    Interesting they only mentioned Zurich. I simply feel most of Switzerland is a chocolate hotbed.
     
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    If you want to savor all at once, try New York City . You can buy any kind of chocolate from around the world if you are willing to look for it.
     
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    Just got back from BRU a few weeks ago. Marcolini....delicious.
     
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    It just doesn't have the same ring when you tell your friends "So I was eating Swiss chocolate in New York..."
     
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    Just imagine if you had saved the airfare and bought Apple stock with it.
     

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