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Bulgaria 2014 Villa Gella Alt. Small

In Hotels & Resorts: Villa Gella is a family run, fully serviced, authentic destination unto itself that served as our base for exploring Thrace, the mysterious country which the Greeks believed to be the birthplace of  the God of wine. By Barbara Angelakis   Read More...

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In Destinations: The popular tourism sites -- Dublin, Belfast, Sligo, the Ring of Kerry -- are only highlights of what Ireland has to offer.  Driving the Wild Atlantic Way that meanders along the coast from Cork to Donegal, focus on a portion of its southernmost section. By Sharon King Hoge           Read More...

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In the Reataurant Notes section: We were in Green Bay for 5 days, and we tried a variety of establishments. Of all the meals, there were two dinners that were exceptional, and one 27 course tasting menu that was at an international Michelin-starred level. The lunches were considerably simpler, but just as well prepared.. By Manos Angelakis       Read More...                                                                         

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In Restaurants: Isolated, on top of limestone cliffs, Siuranella, the only hotel in town, has a marvelous restaurant “Els Tallers” on-premises that is fairly reasonably priced, offering cuisine of Tarragon with a contemporary twist. By Manos Angelakis             Read More...

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Also in Hotels & Resorts: Chicago’s Park Hyatt Hotel is new, elegant and homey. There is always something new in Chicago and new is sometimes better. We watched shoppers with bags from designer stores at Water Tower Place, Michigan Avenue's crown jewel of upscale retail. By Carol Stigger     Read More...

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In the Spa section: The curing power of touch is an ancient mystery, as old as the world itself. At the Live Aqua all-inclusive, adults only, resort in Cancun, Mexico, Spa Aqua offers fusion of aromatherapy and traditional massages from cultures around the world. By Babbie De Derian            Read More...

 

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