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In Destinations: Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe has one of the largest elephant populations in Africa and we were hoping to catch a sighting. Finally at first light we spotted an individual bull elephant crossing the road… then out of nowhere we were surrounded by the herd. From huge matriarchs to babies, they passed close by us, hardly giving us a second look. By Barbara Angelakis  Read More...

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In the Oeno File: Despite accounting for only about 16 percent of the Spanish population, Catalonia represents about 25.5% of all Spanish exports, and accounts for 23% of all Spanish industry. Wines and extra virgin olive oil top the list of exports, with cheese following close behind as well as meat and meat products By Manos Angelakis           Read More...

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In Restaurant Notes: First Look: Another talented chef, Moshe Grundman, has eschewed Manhattan to open a restaurant in Nyack, NY, one of the picturesque communities on the Hudson River north of New York City. We were there for the official opening; it was impressive. By Manos Angelakis      Read More...

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Also in Destinations: Proud of its past, Prague celebrates it at every turn… period restaurants, hotels, and buildings sport century-old deco and art nouveau; splendid structures that date from the 1700’s as well as early monasteries and churches are found along its streets.  Rounded spires pierce a blue sky; a sea of red roofs spread below. It feels like something out of a fairytale. By Norma Davidoff Read More...

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In the Auto section: The Genesis is a new luxury brand from Hyundai Motors and the G90 is the initial model to sport the new nameplate. Previously, there was a luxury Genesis car in the Hyundai lineup and with the development of the Genesis as a new brand the older model has also been re-branded as the Genesis G80. By Manos Angelakis                      Read More...

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Additionally in Destinatons: Heidelberg. Founded in 1386, Heidelberg University is the oldest in Germany, and of the city’s population of 140,000, more than 30,000 are students. As we followed the narrow twisting streets and alleyways, one of the places we ran into was Zum Roten Ochsen, the most classic of all the taverns in Heidelberg’s Old Town. By Bo Zaunders                      Read More...

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