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Destinations Archives - Page 15 of 24 - The Cultureur | Luxury Travel for the Global Citizen

5 DOs and DON’Ts in Paris

February 19, 2013
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Paris is always a good idea.

My dearest Audrey Hepburn, how right you are. Paris is fabulous in any season, but spring shows it in its best light, in my humble opinion. Even Frank Sinatra dedicated a whole song to the charm and […]

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Photo Essay: Sunsets in Southern California

February 17, 2013
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As daylight retreats into the shadows of the night, gorgeous shades of pink, orange, yellow, and red set the California sky ablaze, offering a few golden moments to stop, reflect, and appreciate everything we have in life. The vibrant hues that pierce through the dramatic clouds force us […]

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48 Hours in New Delhi, India

February 17, 2013
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A city where old world charm and modern aspirations jostle for survival, New Delhi has often been compared to a phoenix rising from the ashes. The dynamic city-state of New Delhi has sustained a lasting affair with conquest and change, after having been occupied, plundered, abandoned […]

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Top 5 Favorite Movies About the American Civil War

February 12, 2013
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February 12, 1809.

In celebration of what would have been Abraham Lincoln’s 204th birthday, I’ve gathered my top 5 favorite movies that channel my inner history and film buffs and that depict the raw realities–the devastation, the glory, the politics–of the Civil War in […]

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Top 11 Foodie Musts in Washington D.C.

February 3, 2013
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Travel + food = a match made in heaven. Indulging in the finest the city has to offer has carved a permanent home on all my travel itineraries. I love trying out new restaurants (high end and low end), asking locals for recommendations, sampling hole-in-the-wall favorites of […]

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Happy Groundhog Day!

February 2, 2013
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February 2 marks Groundhog Day in the United States and parts of Canada. Origins of the day date back to 1841 in southern Pennsylvania, in the town of Punxsutawney to be exact. According to folklore, if it is cloudy when a groundhog emerges from its burrow on this […]

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Photo Essay: A Day for the History Books — President Obama’s 2013 Inauguration

February 1, 2013
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If you’ve been following me on this space or my other social media channels, you’ll know how excited I was to attend the  57th Inauguration Ceremony for President Barack Obama in Washington DC. Since 2008, it had found a home on my bucket list and 10 […]

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Pour Like a Pro: Mixology Class at the Sofitel Hotel in Chicago

January 29, 2013
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As Maid of Honor in my sister’s wedding last year, it was my duty to plan her Bachelorette Party weekend. She had friends flying in from both coasts, so I figured Chicago would be the best option, as it was the midway point (relatively) and she hadn […]

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[Infographic] How to Travel through Europe and Not Break the Bank

January 11, 2013
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Time to put the perennial excuse that travel is too expensive to rest! Our dear friends over at Travel and Leisure and Eurail are here to tell you that travel through Europe CAN be done without breaking the bank with a few pointers…

If you have any other […]

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Photo Essay: The J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles Through the Lens

January 8, 2013
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Perched atop a stunning hill in the Santa Monica Mountains, the Getty Center overlooks the vast cityscape of the greater Los Angeles area. Its exceptional contemporary architecture, wide array of pre-20th century art, colorful gardens, and panoramic views are its crowning glories. Richard Meier, the architect, built […]

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