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6 Hotel Packages to Start Planning Your Trip to Carnivale in Venice

BY : Tara Imperatore | 2013

The annual Venice Carnival attracts thousands of people to its masquerade-themed parties, elegant galas, and gourmet dinners every year. From February 22-March 4, 2014, the vibrant festival will once again be a sought-after experience for locals and...

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Italy Sells Historic Castles and Villas to Boost Economy

BY : Mila Pantovich | 2013

Italy has been having a bit of a budget problem and in efforts to reestablish the depleted funds, the country is selling off some of their most historic sites to private investors. Over the weekend, RT Network reported that  a Grand...

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Mercedes-Benz Delivers New Popemobile to the Vatican

BY : Noah Joseph | 2013

To over a billion believers around the world, the Pope may be the human representative of heaven on earth, but that doesn't mean His Holiness can fly around on a cloud. No, he needs a car just like the rest of us. And that role usually falls to...

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14th Century Castle on One of Tuscany's Last Great Private Estates Listed at $26 Million

BY : Jared Paul Stern | 2013

La Selva, one of Tuscany’s last great private estates, has been listed for sale by Christie’s International Real Estate for about $26 million. Set on an incredible 2,200 acres near Siena, the property includes a historic castle, guest villas and...

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Buon Compleanno! Lamborghini Celebrates 50 Years

BY : Noah Joseph | 2013

A birthday is a cause for celebration; a 50th birthday, all the more so. Especially for a company like Lamborghini, which is marking its semi-centenary this year in the grandest of style. Established in 1963 by Ferruccio Lamborghini, who had...

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2013 Milan Design Week Gets Eco-Friendly

BY : Sara Cardoza | 2013

This year marked the 52nd edition of Milan’s Salone Internazionale del Mobile, or Milan Design Week. The event showcases some of the most innovative and eye-catching home designs on the market, from LED lighting to hybrid furniture. However,...

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Salvatore Ferragamo's Estate Offers the Perfect Getaway for Equestrians

BY : Carly Zinderman | 2013

Il Borro, an estate owned by famed Italian designer, Salvatore Ferragamo, offers guests exclusive horseback rides through the stunning grounds. A premier equestrian center accommodates guests of all skill sets to tour the Italian landscape and...

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Burberry Takes on the Animal Kingdom

BY : Tina Stewart | 2013

Wild animal prints made their way onto accessories, lapels, and outerwear in Burberry's RTW Fall/Winter runway show in Milan. Aptly named "I Heart Classics," traditional brand staples marched alongside leopard and cheetah printed coats. Another...

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Burberry Gone Wild | Fall/Winter RTW Debuts in Milan

BY : Tina Stewart | 2013

Burberry opened its Autumn/Winter RTW show at Milan’s fashion week to the awakening sound of cathedral church bells against a darkened city-scape background— London's, of course. Is the brand heralding something new and exciting? Most likely,...

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Charming Luxury Villa in Sardinia Ready for Romance

BY : Carol Driver | 2013

The streets of Alghero are impossibly postcard-pretty—winding alleyways with cobbled pavements, colorful buildings, and a stunning view of the azure Mediterranean Sea. My husband and I are sipping cocktails alfresco, in one of the many bars lining...

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Romantic Villa Rental in Sardinia Near the Beach

BY : Carol Driver | 2013

The streets of Alghero are impossibly postcard-pretty—winding alleyways with cobbled pavements, colorful buildings, and a stunning view of the azure Mediterranean Sea. My husband and I are sipping cocktails alfresco, in one of the many bars lining...

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Where to Stay in Venice for Carnival

BY : Sally Farris | 2013

Carnival of Venice began small, as a series of celebrations in San Marco Square for a victory against Ulrico, the Patriarch of Aquileia, in 1162. Though the tradition died down a bit during the 18th century, it came back in a big way in 1979 when...

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