Meaning of 目不暇给

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xiá gěi (Trad.: 目不暇給)
the eye cannot take it all in (idiom); too many good things to see; a feast for the eyes
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It' s an absolutely amazing, brilliant, beautiful world out there filled with dazzling wonders that are readily available for you to experience.
Reading through the menu, you will find out each dish is authentic with its own history. Even for the most common ingredients, the chef brings you incredible taste.
Kyoto tukemono has brightly color, usually, people will layout with different colors, different shapes of tukemono together, to make spectators feel brilliant and splendid.
It was closed for the winter season. However, the gardens, the building itself, and the scenery were enough to me for my short trip.
Place oneself among them, organic regale is not to originate the beautiful work that the adornment of heavy and complicated and have no time of eye making a person give, and derive from at each thing.