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On The River Of Gold: JustLuxe Explores Great PORTUGUESE Wine Estates On The Douro, Part 1

BY : Susan Kime | 2019

When we began traveling on the Douro river in Portugal, we knew we were watching cultural and viticultural histories unfold.  We began by seeing the lively urban city – Porto and environs– but as we cruised the Douro, we moved back...

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Hotel de Sers Sparkles In The City of Light

BY : Kimberley Lovato | 2019

In a city the size of Paris, one can go dizzy finding a hotel that's just right— intimate enough to feel like a private Parisian pied-a-terre, yet full of the sophisticated finery and attentive service you’d expect of a five-star...

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Aston Martin Wants to Build a Luxury Retreat Around Your Car

BY : Mila Pantovich | 2019

Revealed recently in Pebble Beach, Aston Martin has a brand new design service for luxury car owners, collectors and enthusiasts. Called Aston Martin Automotive Galleries and Lairs, this new offering enables people to create their dream...

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Healing Sanctuary Found Outside Venice, in Montegrotto, Italy

BY : Alex Cheney | 2019

Located 45 minutes outside Venice, Italy  is Terme di Relilax Boutique Hotel & Spa, a resort that has served as a wellness sanctuary for travelers across the globe since 1892, set on ancient healing grounds that have aided people for...

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The Hotel Arts Barcelona, The Ritz Carlton's Catalonian Work of Art

BY : Glenn Harris | 2019

There’s a reason why so many people love Barcelona, in fact, there are many. The capital of Catalonia oozes with culture as an  art lovers paradise, foodie mecca, and has a nightlife scene that doesn’t sleep. The city is fronted by...

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Quirky Artwork Helps the Conrad London St James Shine Brightly

BY : Sean Hillen | 2019

Near British parliament buildings, it’s no surprise Conrad London St. James reflects a distinct political theme – including an impressive tall bronze sculpture in the lobby of a man climbing a ladder, a metaphor for democracy and...

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A Week in France with the Perfect Travel Camera - the Fujifilm X-T30

BY : Stinson Carter | 2019

Introduction It’s a sunny 95-degree evening in the Loire Valley summer. A hundred-odd Americans in cocktail attire have gathered on the lawn of the Château de la Bourdaisière. We’re here for a three-day wedding that, by...

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From Barcelona to Venice on Vikings Mediterranean Odyssey Cruise

BY : Glenn Harris | 2019

In our youth, many of us fantasized about living the life of a Viking. We dreamed of being that fearless sea explorer seeking to conquer new lands and countless treasures and then moving onto the next adventure. That spirit of adventure is...

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Paris wouldn't be Paris without these...

BY : Sean Hillen | 2019

Being an epicurean paradise, Paris offers bountiful pleasures for mind, body and spirit. In asking ‘what makes Paris, Paris?’ we gleaned through a trove of treasures and chose some....

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Rustic Luxury Found in Austria's Countryside

BY : Kristen Slizgi | 2019

Finding Austria’s authentic yet luxurious side is often experienced by where you stay. When you immerse yourself in the countryside of Austria, not only are you surrounded by whimsical nature, but you are surrounded by local life. Nuzzled...

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Hidden Treasures of the Catalan Capital, Barcelona

BY : Sean Hillen | 2019

So full of surprises is cosmopolitan Barcelona that finding what can best be described as its ‘Hidden Treasures’ is no easy task. After careful searching, here are a few. ...

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VILLA 1870-the Jewel in Corfu's Crown Vill

BY : Janice Nieder | 2019

Villa 1870, Corfu’s newest entry into the luxury villa market is really very old. Although this grand mansion was built in 1870, it has just emerged from a total face-lift in 2018 and is now open for guests. The villa’s makeover still...

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