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Barcelona - Around Town - Barri Gòtic & La Ribera (part 4) - Clubs & Music Venues, Cafés & Light Eats
This Barri Gòtic institution has live jazz every night (11pm–1am). It then evolves into a dance club, with DJs spinning everything from hip-hop to R&B and salsa.
Barcelona - Around Town - Barri Gòtic & La Ribera (part 3) - Shops Gifts, Garments & Goodies, Cocktail & Conversation Spots
If the glistening pastries and towering chocolate creations aren’t enough of a lure, then the Modernista store-front certainly is. Buy goodies to go, or enjoy them on the spot in the small café.
See You At The Cape (Part 3)
The cycle paths on the cape pass through dense pine forest. The trees on the Atlantic side, under the action of the powerful west wind, all lean back at the same slight angle, like neat italic handwriting inscribed on the powder-blue notepaper of the sky.
See You At The Cape (Part 2)
Oyster-farming on the cape is nearly always a family business, because the beds are passed down from one generation to the nest, like the estates of the English gentry. In many places, you are likely to be waited on by the wife or the daughter of the oyster-farmer who brought your meal ashore.
See You At The Cape (Part 1)
By far the best place to stay in Cap Ferret is La Maison du Bassin. This hotel would be a find anywhere in the world. But tucked away as it is, down a tiny street in the village des pêcheurs (fishermen’s village), La Maison is a buried treasure.
Modern-Day Master
With 20 million visitors every year and an abundance of historic buildings, Venice has never been short of hotels in all guises. Now former rally driver Emanuele Garosci has added a cutting-edge, contemporary property in a classic setting to the mix, somewhere style-savvy travelers will feel at home.
A Blooming Treasure
A Grade I-listed country-house hotel with 35 acres of gardens attributed to pioneering Victorian horticulturalist – and forefather of the English natural garden – William Robinson. The house is hidden in 1,000 acres of forested grounds, so it feels secluded and remote but is in fact only 12 miles from Gatwick Airport.
25 Reasons To Visit Zurich (Part 3)
Fall in love with the picture-postcard beauty of Zurich’s most prominent landmark, the Grossmunster (“great minster”), on the banks of the Limmat River. The 12th-century Romanesque church, whose twin towers rise high over the city, was the birthplace of the Swiss-German reformation.
25 Reasons To Visit Zurich (Part 2)
Experience the tropical climate of Madagascar’s Masoala rainforest – one of the earth’s most diverse and species-rich habitats – in Zurich’s 11,000-square-metre reproduction.
25 Reasons To Visit Zurich (Part 1)
Nora Baldenweg highlights the top attractions of the sophisticated Swiss city, from spectacular architecture and breathtaking Alpine views to shopping, alfresco dining and nightlife.
Toronto - Around Town - Downtown (part 4) - Restaurants & Cafés, Bars & Clubs
The city’s oldest Peruvian restaurant offers grilled meats and excellent seafood specialties. Tapas and drinks served in the upstairs lounge; in summer, cool off with a sangria on the large, lovely patio.
Toronto - Around Town - Downtown (part 3) - Shopping Bloor St & Yorkville, Shopping Downtown
Rock-bottom prices on a huge array of goods, from housewares to clothing, are the big draw at this garishly lit Toronto landmark. On-site optometrist, dentist, pharmacy, and TicketKing outlet too. Beware the no-return policy.
Boston - Around Town : Back Bay (part 2) - Art Galleries, Homegrown Newbury Shops
With a commitment to exhibiting works by promising New England artists, this non-profit organization boasts a 120-year history of providing young artists with that crucial first break.
Boston - Around Town : Back Bay (part 1)
The easily navigated grid of streets in Back Bay bear little resemblance to the labyrinthine lanes around Downtown and the North End. In the mid- 1800s Back Bay was filled in to accommodate Boston’s mushrooming population and by the late-1800s, the area had become a vibrant, upscale neighborhood.
New York - Around Town : Civic Center and South Street Seaport (part 3) - Restaurants
Opened in 1791, this is one of the oldest establishments in the city. Inside the quaint building, there are checked tablecloths, and a surprisingly sophisticated American menu.
New York - Around Town : Civic Center and South Street Seaport (part 2) - Maritime Sights
Most subway routes lead to City Hall. When you come up to street level, walk down Broadway to see the lobbies of the Woolworth Building and the former AT&T Building and the Georgian interior of St. Paul’s Chapel.
New York - Around Town : Civic Center and South Street Seaport (part 1)
Some of New York’s finest architecture is found at its Civic Center, the headquarters for city government. Buildings here span the centuries, from the 18th-century St. Paul’s Chapel to the pioneering 20th-century Woolworth Building.
Paris - Around Town : Beaubourg and Les Halles (part 2) - Memories of Les Halles
Tackle the Centre Georges Pompidou early, as the expansive modern art museum is worth a leisurely visit, and some of the excellent temporary exhibits may catch your eye. If you need refreshment after all that art, it has to be Georges, the chic brasserie at the top of the centre with good views and a choice of drinks, snacks or main meals.
Paris - Around Town : Beaubourg and Les Halles (part 1)
The small but lively Beaubourg quarter, brimming with art galleries and cafés, has become a major tourist attraction since the construction of the Centre Georges Pompidou.
London's Top 10 : Best Places to Eat - Top 10 Places to Eat with a View
Central London’s largest green area can tire out any walker. It takes about an hour and a half to walk around, but there are plenty of diversions, from the Serpentine Gallery, to cafés, fountains and flower gardens .
London's Top 10 : London on Foot
Central London’s largest green area can tire out any walker. It takes about an hour and a half to walk around, but there are plenty of diversions, from the Serpentine Gallery, to cafés, fountains and flower gardens .
Terrace Talk
One of the world’s most famous lakes, Lake Geneva, needs little introduction. Over the years, the glittering Swiss lake has been home to Hollywood royalty including Audrey Hepburn, Charlie Chaplin and David Niven, and the inimitable Coco Chanel.
Swiss Quality, Italian Lifestyle
Approximately the same size as Dorset, the diminutive canton of Ticino is, nonetheless, packed with an unparalleled combination of high-Alpine mountains, glacial lakes, lush subtropical gardens, chestnut forests and sun-drenched valley lakes fringed with palm trees.
St. Moritz - Top of the World
As one of the world’s most exclusive ski resorts, and with over 320 days of sunshine each year, it’s no wonder that St. Moritz keeps visitors coming back time and time again
Life on the Edge (Part 2)
The next day was a Sunday, and my last morning in Lucerne. I got up early and went for a walk to Wagner’s house, which I had seen from the boat. The first five minutes led me through railway sidings and boatyards behind the KKL, but soon I was in a pleasant park.
Life on the Edge (Part 1)
Occasionally our route led past a long spur in the lake, a kind of fjord let leading off into liquid depths. These byways looked enticing, but the ship followed its prow, deviating from its course only to make stops, like a rural bus, at various villages along the way.
Berlin - Around Town : Charlottenburg & Spandau (part 5) - Restaurants
Everything at Dressler’s looks, smells and tastes as it would in a real French brasserie. In winter, the game and poultry dishes are well worth trying.
Berlin - Around Town : Charlottenburg & Spandau (part 4) - Cafés
One of Berlin’s most beautiful cafés is based in the conservatory of an old city mansion. In summer guests can sit outside, in the Literaturhaus garden.
Berlin - Around Town : Charlottenburg & Spandau (part 3) - Shops & Markets
This traditional Berlin store specializes in fresh, home-made foods and delicatessen. Of its numerous branches, one of the most attractive ones is in Charlottenburg.
San Francisco - Around Town : Downtown (part 2) - North Beach Sights,Downtown Shopping
The downtown area is small but highly variegated, including some of the city’s oldest and newest landmarks, as well as some of its most exotic and eccentric neighborhoods.
San Francisco - Around Town : Downtown (part 1)
The downtown area is small but highly variegated, including some of the city’s oldest and newest landmarks, as well as some of its most exotic and eccentric neighborhoods.
Washington, D.C - Around Town : Around Capitol Hill (part 3) - Places to Eat
An Irish pub with free-flowing pints and good solid food. Try the filet of salmon, lamb with mustard crust or the shepherd’s pie. There is Irish music from 9pm and an outdoor patio in summer.
Washington, D.C - Around Town : Around Capitol Hill (part 2) - Best of the Rest
The first congregation of African-American Methodists and Episcopals in Washington. It also became home to the first public school for black children after the Emancipation Proclamation.
Washington, D.C - Around Town : Around Capitol Hill (part 1)
Bustling with the business of government, Capitol Hill is also a destination for shopping, entertainment, food and drink, or simply strolling its handsome neighborhood streets.
Rome's Top 10 : Pizzerias
The best pizza in Rome, but this pizzeria is open only for dinner and, beyond pizza, only serves bruschetta and other simple appetizers . The thin-crust, wood-oven pizzas come either piccola (small) or grande (large).
Rome's Top 10 : Cafés and Gelaterie
Rome’s most coveted cappuccini come from behind a chrome-plated shield that hides the coffee machine from view so no one can discover the skilled owner’s secret formula. All that is known is that the water comes from an ancient aqueduct and the brew is pre-sweetened.
Let the Games Begin London (Part 3)
There is no climate of panic, no sensational newspaper stories of unfinished construction sites and last-minute struggles to get things hooked up. The Olympic Park venues were completed well over a year ago and have undergone extensive testing ever since.
Let the Games Begin London (Part 2) - The Olympics
The Olympic Park houses the Athletes’ Village and the venues for swimming, athletics, cycling, basketball, handball and hockey. It will host the spectacular $122 million opening (and closing) ceremonies created by Danny Boyle, director of Slumdog Millionaire.
Let the Games Begin London (Part 1)
Historically, the eastern reaches of London were the city’s poor relation and the settlement area for waves of impoverished immigrants over the centuries. In the grand scheme of things, the eastern fringes were out of mainstream radar range except to artists seeking cheap studio space.
Hidden In Plain Sight (Part 4)
Tripura has good roads and the best way to get around is to rent a car with a driver. There are many options but you can contact Asit Bhowmik (9836180038) of Point to Point Tours and Travels. Rates: 7/km; car charges 600 per day, driver charges 100 per day.
Hidden In Plain Sight (Part 3)
Udaipur, the old capital of the Manikya kingdom, was once known as Rangamati. Today, it is a bustling city dotted by massive old lakes (or dighis) and equally old temples of great grace and beauty.
Hidden In Plain Sight (Part 2)
Escaping a Delhi summer is too tantalising to turn down, but the sight of Tripura’s rolling green land, as our plane descended on Singerbhil airport in Agartala, was a bigger relief than I imagined.
Hidden In Plain Sight (Part 1)
Escaping a Delhi summer is too tantalising to turn down, but the sight of Tripura’s rolling green land, as our plane descended on Singerbhil airport in Agartala, was a bigger relief than I imagined.
Cover Story Paris … The Museum-Lover's Guide (Part 4)
All over the world, the name Cartier evokes fine jewellery or precision watches, but to Parisians, and Parisian artists especially, it also evokes a contemporary art ‘space’ that rivals any state-sponsored institution in terms of diversity, pedagogical approach to curating as well as practical support for the creative process.
Cover Story Paris … The Museum-Lover's Guide (Part 3)
From the outside the Pompidou Centre looks like an urban factory covered in giant coloured exhaust pipes. A large glass-covered tube staggers its way up across the frontal façade, somewhat like a graph charting the uninterrupted rise of a financial asset blinking on a computer screen.
Cover Story Paris … The Museum-Lover's Guide (Part 2)
While shopping in the large department stores in the centre of Paris, you may need a quiet retreat from the throngs of tourists. If so, slip into a nineteenth-century townhouse just behind the Paris Opera and enter the quiet and fragrant world of the Fragonard Perfume Museum.
Cover Story Paris … The Museum-Lover's Guide (Part 1)
Paris is often called the museum city, and walking down its streets, past centuries-old buildings and statues, through beautifully planned squares and wonderfully manicured parks and gardens, one sometimes feels that one is in a very large, open-air museum.
Chittoor Kottaram … Prince's Diary (Part 2)
Chittoor Kottaram is in Cheranallur, 29km from the Cochin International Airport at Nedumbassery. The airport is well serviced by flights from all Indian metros. The Delhi-Kochi fare is `5,500 onwards. Chittoor Kottaram is connected to Kochi by the Chittoor-Vaduthala bridge and is just 7 km from Fort Cochin.
Chittoor Kottaram … Prince's Diary (Part 1)
The regal approach sets the tone for my stay. An hour’s drive from the Nedumbassery airport in an SUV on smooth roads is of course nothing remarkable but the last leg of my journey, by design, is by private boat.
Hong Kong Island – South (part 2) - Places to Eat and Drink
This circular tour of Hong Kong Island is perfectly feasible to complete in a day, so long as you don’t start too late. From Central, jump on an Aberdeen-bound bus, alighting close to Aberdeen harbour .
 
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