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Escaping the World: A Weekend in Macau

Macau was one of the first ports of call for Portuguese merchants and missionaries in the 16th century. It has reinvented itself as the new Vegas. Beside the plethora of casinos, Macau plays host to exciting adventures including bungee jumping,

How to Shop at 4 Iconic Stores in London

> Liberty Use the main entrance on Great Marlborough Street and enter via Liberty’s scarf hall, taking in the impressive central atrium of this unique 1920s Tudor-revival building. There are no escalators and few lifts. The beauty of the store is

F1 Monaco Grand Prix Gold Experience

Considered to be the “race of all races”, the Formula One Monaco Grand Prix is a unique experience in itself. The legion of fans have traveled from the world over to experience 4 days of entertainment, dining and racing. The

A Weekend Escape: Private Helicopter Tour of the Andes

Private Helicopter Tour of the Andes Try something new on your next vacation: Visit Ecuador and take a private helicopter tour with Quasar Expeditions. View the Andes and cloud forests along with other breath-taking views in a 35-90 minute private

Amalfi Coast’s Lemon Path

The Lemon Path: from Maiori to Minori, passing through the village of Torre   Before the building the SS 163 “ malfitana”—one of the most beautiful and scenic roads in the world— all of the towns of the Amalfi Coast were connected to each

The Grand Villas Surrounding Lucca

The city of Lucca has a vintage charm and, without the presence of some modern shops, it would be impossible to understand in what era we’re living while walking in the town centre. Lucca is a very elegant town, with

IF YOU GO…Stresa

The famous town of Stresa (Italy, 5000 inhabitants, 200 m above sea level) enjoys a splendid location on Lake Maggiore in the Gulf of Borromeo, where it overlooks the eponymous islands, the main attraction in the region. Its beautiful countryside,

What to Do in Milan, 2015 (NY Times)

This article excerpted from NY Times, 01/05/2015: “If it’s been a few years since you last visited Milan (our top choice for 52 Places to Go in 2015), you’re in for a pleasant shock. Yes, the preparations for the World

The Last Supper aka Il Cenacolo

Many visitors to Milan are art lovers on the da Vinci trail, while others are readers of Dan Brown following the da Vinci Code route. You can bet both parties will be making their way to Il Cenacolo Vinciano to

Rome’s Pantheon

The Roman Pantheon is the most preserved and influential building of ancient Rome. It is a Roman temple dedicated to all the gods of pagan Rome. As the brick stamps on the side of the building reveal it was built

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