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Secret Gardens of Paris

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September 7, 2013

Escape in Paris

Our Paris insider seeks out green and tranquil spots in some of the lesser known areas of the city of Paris, far from the madding crowd. By Rooksana Hossenally. Photography by Isabella Melody Moore.

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Tasting a Sense of Place – Finding Burgundy

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September 11, 2013

Inside Burgundy

Julia Champtaloup finds herself in Burgundy - the heart of France - renowned for beautiful wines, rolling hills, endless cellars and French hospitality.

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Live local: House in the Tuscan Hills

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September 2, 2013

Stay at Bagnena, Tuscany, Italy

Breaking free of the tourist mould is a feat when visiting Italy. This beautiful converted Roman fortress breathes a sigh of independence from the heavily-visited nearby areas of Tuscany and is available to rent. Within a small hamlet in the remote foothills of the Pratomagno mountains, Bagnena is an unspoilt beauty. By Natasha Gammell.

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Gray Malin, Photographer

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September 6, 2013

A Magazine Interviews Photographer Gray Malin

After showing Gray Malin's fantastic photos of the Italian Riviera, 'A Magazine' speaks with this talented photographer to get a little insight into the man behind the lens.

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Western Paris: Boulogne or Brooklyn?

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September 6, 2013

Paris is without doubt one of the greatest cities of the world and not just because of its ability to excel at food, love, fashion, art – and pretty much everything else (it even has a beach in the summer) – but rather because, for centuries, the city has been a bottomless, fine crystal glass of inspiration for writers, designers and artists. We headed west of the city to the upmarket residential neighbourhood of Boulogne-Billancourt. By Rooksana Hossenally.

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