Author Archive for Paul Johnson

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Germany is known for many things, but best of all, the food. I recently took a tour through Germany. It was fantastic! We traveled all over, and made stops in Hamburg, Berlin, Dresden, Nuremberg and Munich. We saw so many sights that my camera finger got tired! from the Brandenburg gate to the Zwinger and […]

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Should serendipity bless you with a visit to Charlottesville, Virginia, during the outrageously colorful Autumn season, consider attending a Virginia Cavaliers‘ home football game from the comfort of one of 56 luxury boxes in Scott Stadium. Availability is limited due to long-term leases held on the majority of the suites by diehard orange-clad University of […]

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Having moved on from its recent turbulent and troubled past, Vietnam has emerged as a hot favourite with holidaymakers in search of dramatic scenery, a fascinating culture and some of the most exciting cuisine on the planet. From the rice paddies of the Mekong Delta to the colourful markets of the North via the bustling […]

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“Après ski” is more commonly known as a universal codeword for “getting utterly sloshed slopeside”. However, that is not everyone’s idea of a great time – and if you’re wanting to get up and hit the slopes as the sun rises, not be staggering out of a bar at this time, you’re probably more interested […]

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John Ferebee had been visiting Zion National Park over Labor Day and spent the first day inside the park looking and photographing many of the popular rock formations but wanted something unique. Several miles west of the park are some very high mesas. This was taken from the top of the highest one looking back […]

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Some of you may recall when, in 2005, the helipad at the Burj al Arab staged a tennis match between Federer and Djokovic on its helipad.  Tiger Woods also hit a few golf balls off from there in the previous year in a PR stunt for the Dubai Desert Golf Classic. Today all guests staying […]

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Somewhere on a mountainous road in Norway, a big rig and big bus have to pass each other.  They need to co-operate to succeed. Thank goodness it wasn’t in icy conditions, that’s all I can say…

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It seems that this year in Bansko, Bulgaria, a new tradition is coming – a culinary and gourmet festival is “cooking” and is going to uncover the secrets of Bulgarian gourmet cuisine. Since Bulgaria lies in the heart of the Balkan area, its cuisine and food culture has been influenced by all the neighbouring countries. […]

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LUX* Resorts has launched a new ‘Vitality Experience’ this November – a holistic, dedicated lifestyle programme focusing on fitness, spa, diet and mind at its properties in Mauritius and the Maldives. Set between three to seven nights, as part of a longer holiday or on its own, the Vitality Experience has been created to help […]

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Suite name: The F Suite Hotel: Hotel Faena + Universe, Buenos Aires, Argentina Size of accommodation: 120 sq m Cost per night: from 9,500 USD + taxes Who’s stayed there? Beyoncé What makes it special? It is the most expensive suite in Latin America. The F Suite is an impeccably appointed 120 sqm residence located […]

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