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Sean Hillen
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Sean Hillen has been an international journalist and editor for more than 30 years and is also a published author. His depth of experience spans several continents. In Ireland, for example, he worked for The Irish Times, the leading national daily newspaper. In England, he worked as a foreign correspondent for The Times of London and The Daily Telegraph. In the United States, Sean worked at the United Nations Media Center in New York. His writing has also appeared in Time magazine and The Wall Street Journal. His website is WorldItineraries.co During the centennial year of the death of author Bram Stoker, Sean's book, DIGGING FOR DRACULA, a tongue-in-cheek travelogue uncovering historic fact and fiction about the world's most infamous vampire, Dracula, was released as an ebook. The book takes readers on colorful adventures across Europe and America including the rugged mountainous lair of Vlad the Impaler, north of Transylvania the underground vaults beside Saint Michan's graveyard, Dublin the only Dracula museum in the world, in New York City, Whitby, England, where Dracula lands with a ship full of soil New Orleans, erstwhile home of vampire writer, Anne Rice and Hollywood, to delve into vampire movie-making exploits. www.diggingfordracula.com
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11.11.2014

CitizenM: Glasgow’s quirky ‘futuristic’ hotel
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Fancy staying at a chic hotel full of quirky surprises near the center of Scotland’s largest city? Then citizenM in downtown Glasgow may be just the place. From the moment you walk through its sliding doors and see ornamentations including a giant p...
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11.17.2014

Where to Go, What to Eat and Which Shows to See While in Glasgow, Scotland
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Glasgow, Scotland not only offers a rich vein of culture, shopping delight and diverse cuisine, but also an architectural fantasy. It’s a Victorian city with a 21st century attitude, all reflected in eclectic buildings, diverse theatrical and m...
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10.17.2014

Sofitel Marseille Vieux: The Mediterranean's Nautically-Chic Hotel With a Provençal Palette
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An upside-down metallic stag out front represents a most unexpected introduction to the Sofitel Marseille Vieux Port, but its relevance in terms of perspective, becomes clearer upon entering the five-star property. Located beside the Palais du Pharo,...
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10.20.2014

Hyatt Hotel Brings Updated Looks to the Classic Hôtel Martinez Under New Ownership
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Already a legend within hospitality circles along the glamorous Côtes d’Azur since it opened in 1929, the Grand Hyatt Cannes Hôtel Martinez  is set to rise even more as room renovations get underway. New owner, Hyatt Hotels Cor...
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10.15.2014

Autumn in Provence: 7 Destinations to Take in the Best of the French Region
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Harvest time in Provence, France means a cornucopia of epicurean delights; so there’s strong reason to visit now to see its famed vineyards become a hive of colorful activity, avoid heavy summer tourist traffic and long lines at museums and res...
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09.04.2014

3 Picturesque Countryside-Retreats Worth the Drive to the English Lake District
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A hallmark of English countryside vacations, the Lake District in Cumbria offers a patchwork quilt of mountain peaks, open fells, lakes and sparkling rivers perfect for autumn travel. The area has also inspired writers as diverse as Beatrix Potter an...
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09.08.2014

Domaine de Rochevilaine Offers Gourmet Dishes in Picturesque Coastal France
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Not to mix spirituality with gourmet cuisine, but Domaine de Rochevilaine in Brittany, France granted us the only opportunity we’ve ever had to share a "sole" with someone. And what an uplifting experience it was too. Deboned, drizzle...
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08.22.2014

Moresby Hall: a millennium-old, English country guesthouse
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The lighted granite stone façade and leaded windows of Moresby Hall in Cumbria, northwest England, are magnificent, even in the dark of evening. Such is the visual effect of this 1,000-old building converted into a hotel lying 20 miles west of Eng...
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08.22.2014

The Daffodil Hotel & Spa: a historical property in England’s Wordsworth country
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Perhaps it’s only natural that a hotel located in the heart of England's scenic Lake District should be named after the area's most famous poet's most famous poem - William Wordsworth's ode to the eponymous flower. Opened two...
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08.22.2014

Gilpin Lake House: a bucolic setting in the heart of the English Lake District
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Fancy a getaway vacation amidst the tranquil English Lake District complete with wonderful spa treatments and delicious food?   The Gilpin Lake House, owned and run by the Cunliffe family, may be just the place.  Boasting two separ...
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