Month: February 2019

We don’t blame you if sampling Barcelona’s tapas is the first thing on your mind as soon as you touch down in the city. Patatas Bravas, Croquetas, Pan con Tomate, Calamares… our mouths are watering just at the thought! The beauty of Spain is that you don’t have to burn a hole in your wallet
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The search for the perfect luggage started a few months before my family trip to Europe. We were visiting multiple cities with varying temperatures and had many activities planned — so I had to maximize the luggage space I was working with. The fast-paced nature of the trip and different means of transportation meant a
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(credit: Montage Beverly Hills) Located between Beverly Drive and Canon Drive in the famed ‘Golden Triangle’ of Beverly Hills, Montage Beverly Hills stands proud with decadence and modern elegance. Built in November 2008, the hotel features 201 guestrooms, including 55 suites and 20 privately-owned Montage Residences, the traditional Gornik & Drucker barbershop, multiple dining options
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(CNN) — Flying economy has never been glamorous, but these streamlined new seats might make those cheap tickets a bit more alluring. British design company LAYER has devised a prototype seat, designed for use in Airbus economy cabins on short to mid-haul flights, that promises to deliver heightened comfort levels. Dubbed “Move,” this concept seat
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Participants gathered at Parc des Expositions in Montpellier for Millésime Bio 2019.Gilles Lefrancq Millésime Bio is the world’s leading professional-only organic wine fair—and it’s growing—with a 10% increase in attendance over 2018. Winemakers and members of the wine trade gathered together last month in Montpellier, France to experience the products of over 1,200 exhibitors from
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Paying homage to Kashmir’s Wazwan feasts, Michael Voltaggio prepares a special meal inspired by his experiences for the group dinner in Srinagar, Kashmir. Along with journalist and co-host Mariana van Zeller, Voltaggio hosts a dinner for guests representing all sides of the conflict in Kashmir: Pro-India, Pro-Independence and Pro-Pakistan. “Breaking Borders” Kashmir, with Mariana van
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Your information will *never* be shared or sold to a 3rd party. Promise. The Powder Highway (Part 1 & 2): Written by Courtney Bowen at TravelCuts Where and What Is The Powder Highway? Also known as Route 95A, in British Columbia, Canada, the Powder Highway loops between seven ski resorts that are guaranteed to deliver
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What type of butterfly migrates to Mexico each winter? Find out in our quiz © JHVEPhoto / Shutterstock Do you know which country is home to the Hill of Crosses? Or the city where Aussie soap Neighbours is set? Test your knowledge of travel trivia with the February edition of our monthly travel quiz, based
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Vegetarian burger made of beetrootGetty One of the ag tech world’s few unicorns is spinning off a new food ingredients company, called Motif Ingredients, with a $90 million series A. Motif will leverage intellectual property and facilities from its parent company Ginkgo Bioworks, which was last valued in 2017 at $1.38 billion, when it raised
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Your information will *never* be shared or sold to a 3rd party. Promise. The Powder Highway (Part 1 & 2): Written by Courtney Bowen at TravelCuts Where and What Is The Powder Highway? Also known as Route 95A, in British Columbia, Canada, the Powder Highway loops between seven ski resorts that are guaranteed to deliver
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