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Leiden, The Netherlands

on September 03rd, 2015
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Sep

The Molen de Valk, also known as "the Falcon"

The Molen de Valk

 

Gorgeous Leiden and its Top Attractions

 

By Maxime Landemaine

 

Located in The Netherlands, Leiden is called Little Amsterdam because of the 17 miles of canals that run through it. Located 12 miles from the Hague and seven miles from the North Sea, tourists are drawn to the city’s cultural landmarks and the beauty of its historic center.

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Chef Curtis Stone cooking with Peter Roelant, Manager of Culinary Operations of Princess Cruises

Chef Curtis Stone cooking with Peter Roelant, Manager of Culinary Operations of Princess Cruises

 

Princess Cruises has announced its collaboration with renowned chef Curtis Stone. His specialty restaurant SHARE will debut aboard select ships this year, offering guests a singular dining experience. Continue reading “Princess Cruises to Debut Chef Curtis Stone’s Specialty Restaurant SHARE” »



Unwanted!

on July 16th, 2015
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Jul

Abundance and Abandonment in Ventimiglia

The beautiful city of Ventimiglia is a popular summer destination for tourists  on the French Riviera, but it's also a harsh setting for migrants

The old border city of Ventimiglia is a destination for shoppers on the Italian Riviera, but it’s also a harsh setting for migrants

 

by André Gayot

 

Ventimiglia, a dismal Italy-France border little town, rarely makes it to the front page of the newspapers. Still, this Italian destination attracts huge crowds each Friday to its colorful seaside market, crumbling under a mont of charcuterie on top of which reigns the tasty San Daniele ham, above salamis, cheeses, pastas of all description, fruits, vegetables, garments, hand bags and shoes.
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Ethiopian Airlines' Dreamliner

Ethiopian Airlines’ Dreamliner

Saturday June 20, 2015 marks the inaugural Ethiopian Airlines flight from Addis Ababa to Los Angeles with a stopover in Dublin. This celebrates a momentous occasion for the fast growing airline ( and already the largest in Africa) since it is the first direct service connecting Africa to the West Coast of the United States. 

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Monte Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort

Monte Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort


 
By Maxime Landemaine
 
A weekend is plenty of time to discover Monaco, a small yet glamorous country sandwiched between France and the Mediterranean Sea. Treat yourself to a stay in one of its best hotels, the Monte-Carlo Bay, and enjoy the numerous attractions in this sun-kissed playground for the rich and famous.

 

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Crystal Cruises’ Crystal Symphony ship

Crystal Cruises’ Crystal Symphony ship

 

By John and Sandra Nowlan


More than six million people. At least four million motorcycles. We were each perched on the front of a pedicab, cycling through the chaotic streets of Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon) trying to avoid collisions and blend with the relentless flow of humanity aboard two-wheeled Hondas and Yamahas.

Continue reading “Crystal Symphony – A Food and Wine Cruise in Southeast Asia” »



Subterranean treasure: Cenote Ik Kil near Chichen Itza

Subterranean treasure: Cenote Ik Kil near Chichen Itza


Exploring the Ancient History and Natural Wonders of Quintana Roo

by Sylvie Greil


Snorkeling with enormous turtles in warm, turquoise waters; scaling ancient jungle pyramids; exploring phantasmagorical sinkholes amid stalactites and stalagmites… the “Riviera Maya” feels a million worlds away. Continue reading “Top 7 Things to Do on Mexico’s Riviera Maya” »



Sunborn Barcelona Yacht Hotel

Sunborn Barcelona Yacht Hotel

The hottest hotel real estate in Barcelona is actually in the water: Sunborn Barcelona, the world’s first luxury yacht hotel of its kind, will soon debut at the Port Forum Marina, just north of the city.

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Abu Dhabi Airport GoSleep sleeping pods

Abu Dhabi Airport GoSleep sleeping pods


Power Nap in a Pod in Abu Dhabi


During your next layover at Abu Dhabi International Airport, one of the busiest airports in the world, chill out in one of their brand new sleep capsules designed by Uni in Finland. Abu Dhabi International Airport is now offering its transit passengers individual GoSleep pods right in the terminal, which transform from a chair into a bed, complete with sliding shade for privacy and noise reduction. As of November 2014, GoSleep Pods are also available at the Dubai International Airport at Terminal 3 in the the two Marhaba lounge locations. 

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Apr


A Guide to the Home of the Masters Tournament

 

Augusta, Georgia, home of the Masters Tournament, has long been a mecca for golf lovers

Discover the history and culture of Augusta, Georgia

 


Every April, the golf world turns its eyes to the historic Southern town of Augusta, Georgia, when the Masters Tournament gathers top professionals from across the globe to battle for the sport’s most prestigious article of clothing — the green jacket. Continue reading “Exploring Augusta, Georgia” »



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