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Amsterdam's Conservatorium Is Europe's Modern Grand Hotel

BY : Carin von Berg | 2019

Located in Amsterdam’s colorful museum square district, the Conservatorium is a member of the Leading Hotels of The World and part of the distinguished The Set Hotels. The Conservatorium is located in a landmark heritage building that was...

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Experiencing Northern Ireland's Gothic Grandeur at the Culloden Estate and Spa

BY : Glenn Harris | 2018

Europe is known for its historic castles of imposing crenelated stone structures on sprawling estates.  All possess a rich history of colorful characters and wealthy noblemen who lived while making their mark on history. In Northern Ireland...

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In Season: The Best Places in Paris to Stay and Play for the Holidays

BY : Quentin Smith | 2018

There are few places in the world more charming than Paris during the winter season. With its broad boulevards draped in sparkling lights, lavishly decorated hotels, over-the-top window displays, elegant restaurants and buzzing bars, Paris has...

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On Innovative Visions of Master Photographers: Hasselblad Masters Vol.6: Innovate

BY : Susan Kime | 2018

There are usually two ways to approach the aesthetics of photography: from the perspective of the audience or from the viewpoint of the artist.  A photograph that is an amusement for one person may be great art to another.  Thoughts...

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In Good Taste: Chef David Toutain Curates a Unique Culinary Experience in Paris

BY : Quentin Smith | 2018

Since opening in December of 2013, Restaurant David Toutain has remained one of the most innovative and talked about restaurants to establish itself on the highly competitive Paris dining scene. Tucked away behind a minimal and unassuming storefront...

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Explore Bloomsbury With A Stay At The Kimpton Fitzroy London

BY : Carin von Berg | 2018

Kimpton Hotels and Restaurants recently debuted the Kimpton Fitzroy London, its first property in the United Kingdom. The property kicks off Kimpton’s expansion into the United Kingdom, with openings lined up for Edinburgh, Glasgow...

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Eat, Drink and be Merry: The Langham London Creates Festive Food Experiences for the Holidays

BY : Quentin Smith | 2018

When it comes to the holidays, there are few cities in the world more merry and bright than London. Famous for its mirthful holiday traditions, the English capital knows how to add a bit of pomp to every circumstance and The Langham London...

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Paris guided walks enhance a holiday in the City of Light

BY : Sean Hillen | 2018

Guided walks are an easy and convenient way to learn about a new destination at the outset of a holiday, particularly so in a city such as Paris. Fortunately, companies there offer a full menu of options, depending on your specific interest,...

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Exploring Il Salviatino, Florence Italy's Masterpiece of Fine Living

BY : Glenn Harris | 2018

One could easily argue that Italians are the most artistically gifted people on earth. Italians can take the most mundane and functional thing, like a car, clothes, or a boat,  and turn it into something of indescribable beauty. One look at a...

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Milan's Most Memorable

BY : Whitney Spielfogel | 2018

If your Instagram is anything like mine, the past few weeks of your feed have been filled with images from Milan, where the international style set recently made their annual pilgrimage to Fashion Week for the Spring 2019 shows. That said, Milan...

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Three restaurants in Paris to enjoy this autumn

BY : Sean Hillen | 2018

In the Heavenly City of Gourmet Delight, how does one even begin to pick three of the best restaurants in Paris? Ultimately, by simply trying them, one at a time. It’s often said, ‘beauty is in the eyes of the beholder,’ so...

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Lake Como's Most Grand

BY : Whitney Spielfogel | 2018

When people ask me when my favorite time to travel in Italy is, I unvaryingly say one of the shoulder seasons – preferably Fall. October is considered part of Italy’s Fall shoulder season, which often means lower prices on airfare and...

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