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In Hotels and Resorts: Enter this new Stockholm hotel and you immediately get a whiff of an era long gone. From the extravagant art deco staircase and the fifty or so black-and-white movie screens to the crystal chandelier  for the lobby, everything exudes an aura of Hollywood and the elegance of the Roaring Twenties.  By Bo Zaunders  Read More..

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In Gastronomy: Imagine how delighted I was when we were invited by the Balfegó Group - a producer of high quality tuna - to attend a Kaitai Show; an exhibition of the butchering of a 550 pound Bluefin Tuna removed from the sea less than 24 hours prior to appearing in New York City. By B. & M. Angelakis Read More...

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In Destinations: Lafayette, at the heart of Louisiana's Cajun and Creole Country, is an out-of-the-ordinary destination with a history that dates back to the 18th Century; locals are warm and welcoming, and life revolves around tradition, family and fun. It is a foodies’ paradise and a two- step dancing town known for "letting the good times roll". By Babbie De Derian                            Read More...

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In the Bookshelf: The newly updated “London’s Afternoon Teas” is an exceptional guide to 50 places in and around London where afternoon tea can be enjoyed; both well known venues such as Claridge’s and Fortnum & Mason and lesser known as Hotel du Vin at Henley-on-Thames and the Old Parsonage, in Oxford. By Manos Angelakis          Read More...

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Also in the Gastronomy section: Ireland is known as the emerald island for its breathtaking vistas; glorious literature; boisterous dance; ancient mystical tales; and of course, kissing the Blarney Stone. But hold on to your hats, Ireland is soon to be known for its cuisine… Really! By Barbara Angelakis        Read More...

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Additionally in Hotels & Resorts: In December, I was the very first guest at the brand new 5-star Illa Experience Hotel opened by Latin Trails in the historic part of Quito just a few blocks from the Plaza Grande and surrounded by artists’ workshops. When you walk into the hotel, you’re greeted by an enclosed courtyard surrounded by stone columns. By M. Votaw   Read More...

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