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In Destinations: Xi’an is more than just a stopover to visit the Terracotta Warriors and Horses; it is an amazing city, rich in culture and seeped in history. Located in Shaanxi Province in northwest China, it is the oldest Chinese capital and  home to 13 successive dynasties. By Barbara Angelakis     Read More...

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In Hotels & Resorts: One Aldwych Hotel is a 5-star, modern, high tech property that’s centrally located in the Covent Garden area of London. The name of the hotel is also its address, and it’s right on the corner where the Aldwych meets the Strand, opposite Waterloo Bridge. By Melanie Votaw                Read More...

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In Restaurants: Eating and drinking in Barcelona is a delicious experience and the chefs and cooks that prepare the food deserve kudos for their succulent creations. Regional specialties as well as classics are served to accompany the local wines. We had lunch in one of the best restaurants in the city: Boca Grande. By Manos Angelakis                       Read More...

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In Gastronomy: To those that still believe that Marco Polo introduced pasta to Italy in 1294, I have one word to say “poppycock”. Pasta, or as the Romans called it “maccheroni” was a staple in Imperial Rome, about 1,000 years before the return of Marco Polo to Venice. By Manos Angelakis                     Read More...

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In The Arts section: Last night I saw a sister act at bergenPAC! Maria, Lucia and Angella Ahn, none of whom sing, nevertheless make beautiful music together. The three Ahn sisters were born in Korea and moved to America as children. All graduated from the Julliard School of Music. By Barbara Angelakis        Read More...

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In Restaurant Notes: We went “tapear” i.e. walked from tasca to tasca drinking Catalan red wines and munching on tapas our first evening in Barcelona. First we stopped at TAPEO, a rather narrow space with a small seating bar and a few tables where patrons, young locals, were sitting or standing three to four deep. By Manos Angelakis                     Read More...

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