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Travel

August 30, 2014 |
Photo of the Week: Villa Melzi Gardens, Bellagio Lake Como

If you’re visiting Bellagio in Italy, take a leisurely stroll south of the ferry wharf or Navigazione Lago di Como, and you’ll find yourself amidst the gardens of Villa Melzi. Situated along the shores of Lake Como, i Giardini di Villa Melzi are perfectly manicured and include an intimate and serene Japanese garden. The villa [...]

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Restaurants, Travel

August 18, 2014 |
Colorova Pâtisserie, Paris

Located in chic 6ème arrondissement, Colorova is a pâtisserie that serves brunch of an unconventional type. Photography © by Corinne for Gourmantic – Copyright: All rights reserved. You won’t find bacon and eggs or Bloody Mary’s on offer. Colorova means multi-coloured in Polish and inside the quasi retro chic venue, white walls provide a canvas [...]

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Bars

July 23, 2014 |
Le Mary Celeste, Paris

If you walk past Le Mary Celeste bar in Paris, you’re likely to mistake it for a café/restaurant albeit for the neon sign outside. Named after the mysterious ship that was found in the open sea abandoned by its crew, Le Mary Celeste is the latest venue by the team of Glass and Candelaria, one [...]

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Travel

July 17, 2014 |
Passe Navigo Découverte Rates

If you’re travelling to Paris for a week or more, and you’re planning to get around by metro, the Passe Navigo Découverte is a convenient and economical way to hop around the city. The pass is available to anyone, not just french nationals. It gives you unlimited travel on the metro, bus, RER from Mondays [...]

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Food, Travel

June 12, 2014 |
London Food Tour: Brixton & Borough Market

Did you know Brixton has its own money? John Warland, guide and co-founder of Mind the Gap Tours explains on a chilly London morning as he holds up the colourful note in his hand. We’re standing at the platform of Brixton’s train station. He points to the gleaming white Bon Marché building beneath threatening clouds [...]

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Food, Travel

June 4, 2014 |
Top 10 Paris Gourmet Stores

When it comes to gourmet shopping and experiencing Paris as a local, it helps to be in the know. In this gourmet guide, we present ten Paris gourmet addresses from the 5th and 6th arrondissements that are set to tempt you to venture out of sightseeing and museums. After all, there is more to experience [...]

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