Corinthia Palace Hotel and Spa Malta

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Say Malta and what springs to mind? The Knights of St John, the Maltese Falcon and the award of the George Cross – signifying dignity and magnificence, chivalry and fortitude. But that is history. Move forward and Malta has developed into a modern, wealthy democracy with tourism as the mainstay of the economy in the... Read more »

Caffé Burlot

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Thierry Costes is a well known name in Paris. The restaurateur owns a number of establishments, among them Restaurant Georges at the Centre Pompidou, all of them well respected and unquestionably chic. Head Chef Thierry Burlot has passed through the kitchens of the Crillon Hotel, the Cristal Room Baccarat and other high end establishments, offering... Read more »

Hôtel Le Bristol

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Hôtel Le Bristol Paris: a five star palace hotel that enchants with its warmth and its exquisite setting within one of Paris' most beautiful and historic mansions. The hotel is located on the prestigious Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré in the 8th Arrondissement, at the heart of Paris' fashion and arts district, where it has been... Read more »

Dote

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It´s a relaxing day off and you´re about to sit down with a tea or a nice strong coffee and maybe a good book, the sun is shining outside. What will you be wearing? I will admit I haven´t put much thought into what I wear when I´m relaxing at home, but I do know... Read more »

Ritz Carlton Central Park New York

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With a skyline that’s recognizable worldwide and more than 8.3 million people from all corners of the globe who call it home, New York City is a one-of-a-kind destination. Each of the five boroughs has its own distinctive flavour, while individual neighbourhoods, streets and even single blocks maintain identities all their own. Whether it’s your... Read more »

Reform Social & Grill

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Tapas are taking over. There is absolutely no doubt about it. As far as I’m concerned, this new unrelenting fad has about the same appeal as that abhorrent technique of men tucking their jeans into their boots. The similarity is not only in the delusion that participation is a positive thing but also in that not... Read more »

Mari Vanna

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A Russian restaurant? What gag do you want to start with? Something about salt mines? The quantity of beetroot? The one about the queues to get in? Russian cuisine may not be the stuff romantic dreams are made of – Lady & The Tramp shared spaghetti and meatballs rather than borsch and pirogi for very... Read more »

The Ambrette

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Ambrette is a type of flower (Abelmoschus Moschatu) the stamen of this plant is used to make a musky sent or spice from but it is also a little gem of a place that you will find situated in the heart of the ancient Cinque Port town of Rye, Kent. As you walk through the... Read more »