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Hotel Americanos’ Nordic Wine Bar, NYC

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December 12, 2013

Recently featured in New York's booming West Chelsea neighbourhood, Hotel Americano has opened a new Nordic-inspired rooftop restaurant and lounge, 'Artico', just in time for winter.

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More than a stopover – Dubai

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December 11, 2013

Stay longer than a mere stopover

Dubai - a city often on the itinerary as a stop over, a place to pass through quickly on your way to some more exotic destination. But after years of intense development and investment, Dubai is worthy of being a holiday destination in itself. Dani Snow is our contributor on the ground and gives us her ideas on where to go, what to do and some 'what not to do's', in Dubai.

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Safari in Kenya

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November 11, 2013

How to safari in Kenya - 'A Magazine' style

Google 'safaris in Kenya' and you will be faced with incredibly beautiful and tasteful offerings from this vast and diverse country. I decided to go with a family-run company that had conservation at its heart - a decision that was to be one of the best I could have made for our family's first foray into Africa. By Susan Harte

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Kenya Safari by Air

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November 28, 2013

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Mumbai Till You Die

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February 27, 2014

Your definitive guide to where to eat shop and visit in Mumbai.

South Asia's buzzing alpha Mamma never gets boring and she never, ever sleeps. Natasha Gammell lived there for five years and can navigate the city with her eyes closed so she is here to show you around. Just be prepared to stay awake.

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Samode Palace, Rajasthan, India

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November 8, 2013

Live like a King just out of Jaipur

If you're planning to explore the towering forts and bustling bazaars of Jaipur, the rugged pink city seeded with old-world charm, this converted hotel in the Samode Palace is a most wonderful respite, 40km from all urban chaos. By Natasha Gammell.

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Sleep in a Palace: India.

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November 20, 2013

A guide to some of the top palaces to stay in India .

Make like a maharaja or maharani by staying at one of the royal abodes, summer palaces or grand forts of past and present Indian royalty. Whether you spend your long days gazing through a marble arch at the exotic outside world, lying upon a four-poster bed, relaxing on a chaise longue atop a leopard-skin rug, indulging in ayurveda or sipping high-tea; consider your fairytale dreams a reality. These are the most opulent stays on the planet. You’re welcome. By Natasha Gammell.

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Sail the Mediterranean Turkish style

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October 20, 2013

New Zealander takes on a turkish gulet as well as adding some style to Christchurch

In 2012 Lilly Cooper and her family headed off to Italy to buy the quintessential Tuscan villa and found themselves falling in love with and buying a sleek beautiful mahogany gulet off the coast of Marmaris in Turkey… the perfect holiday home on the go. By Susan Harte.

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Bhutan by Enfield

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October 20, 2013

If jumping on a tour bus in India with a Lonely Planet in hand is not enough of an adventure, why not take one of these truly authentic and totally real motorcycle tours with World Horizons? We look at last year's trip to Ladakh, India, and talk to organiser Matthew Swait about this year's adventure to Bhutan. Jump on quick. By Susan Harte.

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Provincetown Postcard

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October 5, 2013

Camp Cape Cod - Summer Holidays

New York contributor, Beth Whitman, discovers the natural beauty and campy pleasures of Provincetown, a summer holiday destination at the northern tip of Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Photos by Beth Whitman

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One Bedroom at Mayer Manor

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October 4, 2013

Mayer Manor, Amsterdam,

In the heart of the historic centre of Amsterdam stands a mansion - now a one room hotel - that rediscovers its past through its elegance and old charm. By Alisha Buaya.

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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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