It had been a long time since I made—or drank—a Mint Julep when I made them on May 7th. I virtually joined the folks in the stands of Churchill Downs in cheering the horses on with a cold one and reminisced about the time I was actually there. At Churchill Downs, they pour the bottled
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Ah, the “mini break”. That must mean a 1950s headscarf and shades. An overpriced and impractical valise. A picnic hamper in the boot. And a drive to a country house retreat, where you shall waft around in floaty fabrics, and bathe in champagne, candlelight, sunsets and smugness.  Or maybe not. It’s been 25 years since
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Columbia Hillen Plain revolving entrance doors disguise the sheer elegance within at the Waldorf Astoria Versailles-Trianon Palace. Beyond them is a long gleaming marble-floored corridor adorned by flower bouquets, glistening Murano chandeliers and display cases filled with perfumes. The hotel – interiors designed by Fiona Thompson – blends elements of Art Deco with contemporary furnishings
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Tokyo (CNN) — The Japan Tourism Agency announced on Tuesday, May 17 that it would start allowing small group tours in May as part of a “test tourism” trial before the country fully reopens to foreign visitors. The country’s tourism agency added that the trial will allow the government to assess health and safety protocols
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Editor’s Note — Forget what you think you know about British food. This Sunday at 8 p.m. ET “Searching for Italy,” Stanley Tucci explores how Italian immigration has transformed the food scene in his adopted hometown of London. (CNN) — Like many Italians living abroad, Peppe Corsaro missed his mother’s cooking. Born in Sicily, he
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May. 18th, 2022 There’s something a bit more exciting about traveling off the beaten path. The idea that you are going somewhere that everyone you know has not already visited certainly carries its own cache.  Slovenia is one of those places. It has so much to offer from gorgeous medieval cities to the pristine wilderness where
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It’s fair to say that the airport experience has taken a turn for the worse over the past couple of years. From confusing Covid admin at check-in to nightmarish queues and an upswing in last-minute flight cancellations, it seems there’s little glamour in flying these days.  Still, some airports manage to make the experience a
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Four Seasons Hotel Firenze Palazzo della Gherardesca Lobby. Photo: Peter Vitale The Duomo. Palazzo Vecchio. The Uffizi Gallery. Florence’s list of most desired destinations also includes a slightly less obvious but equally impressive locale – the Renaissance-era Four Seasons Hotel Firenze. Every bit as historic and extraordinary as its host city’s marquee attractions, this gorgeous
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