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In Hotels & Resorts: Keemala is an award-winning, uniquely designed luxury resort that utilizes its natural surroundings as an inspiration to create a totally different resort category for Thailand. Located on a jungle hillside featuring 4 styles of accommodation, the property is  designed around the site’s unique surroundings. By Manos Angelakis     Read More...

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Also in Destinations: I gaze at a robin’s egg blue sky turning bluer with puffy clouds moving, almost as though angels were pushing them. Taking over the palm trees, dozens of crows chatter loudly, as though they had megaphones extolling the virtues of another easy day in Ft. Lauderdale. By Norma Davidoff and Richard H. Shulman                    Read More...

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In Gastronomy: One of the most famous dishes is bouillabaisse, a fish soup initially made by French fishermen.  In Greece where I grew up, Greek fishermen also make a fish soup with the “garbage” fish, i.e. fish that’s too small or too ugly to be purchased by buyers waiting on the shore to buy the fresh fish brought in by boats. By Manos Angelakis  Read More..

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In Automobiles: The Hyundai Veloster is a sports coupé that looks like a sports car, handles like a sports car and has a few lovable features that make it very interesting. It could not compete with more sophisticated sports cars that are in the market, but it is a nice small car with punchy power and eye-catching looks. By Manos Angelakis     Read More...

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Also in Hotels & Resorts: Tulum, Mexico is low key, mystical and magical. What makes this spiritual mecca so special is its artistic magnetism, and the people it attracts from all corners of the world; some seeking a laid- back vacation...  others as healers or to be healed. By Babbie De Derian     Read More...

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In Destinations: Kazakhstan. What images does that conjure up? Wild, lawless horsemen galloping across plains and living in hide tents? Surprise! The chosen methods of transport are Toyota and Lexus, luxury hotels are readily available and the country is so safe that after a night out, locals confidently hitch rides home with total strangers.  By Mike Pickup             Read More...

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In Restaurants: Pizza dough flung high, alongside an authentic Neapolitan brick oven brings a bit of Naples to Port Chester, New York. Negotiations with the Esposito family of Naples that have owned the pizza palace Brandi, were finally successful.  They agreed to share their name and 240 year old recipes with a restaurant from upstate New York. Read More...

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In The Oeno File: I recently acquired an item that will become an indispensable tool. The Coravin Model 2 is a device that will allow me to sample wines, especially red wines, without having to open a bottle. I used it to sample a number of wines that were sent to me from both famous producers and not-as-well-known ones. By Manos Angelakis     Read More...

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Additionally in Destinations: W. B. Yeats comes to mind as Roxie, my wife, and I prepare for a week in a small cottage far away from busy Manhattan. The need to travel and to have some peace  has been our fantasy for years. For Yeats it was a lake isle in western Ireland, for Thoreau it was Walden, and for us was a remote place in Scotland. By Bo Zaunders   Read More...

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Additionally in Hotels & Resorts: What's the best way to take in the glories of Prague every day (and night);  explore a terrific neighborhood overlooked by many tourists; and be pampered with old-world service? A stay in the luxurious 5-star Corinthia Hotel Prague. By Prof. Barry Goldsmith                     Read More...

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