Europe and Middle East

Rosslyn Chapel, Midlothian

Long before Dan Brown and the Da Vinci Code heaped attention on this extravagantly ornate chapel set on a low hill above Roslin Glen in the Midlothian countryside south of Edinburgh it had been a popular destination for generations of curious travellers.

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Autumn in Valais, Switzerland

Switzerland’s attraction in winter and summer needs no introduction, but during autumn, from October to mid-November, it’s a pretty special place to be too.

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Moulin Rouge, Paris

Moulin Rouge. Cliché or not, this sumptuous cabaret approaching its 130th birthday continues to be the greatest show in town.  

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Lyrath Estate, Kilkenny

With a grinding of gears (well it was a rather sharp turn) we enter the wide gates and sweep up a long imposing driveway towards one of Ireland’s still intact grand demesnes.

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Atelier Des Lumieres. Paris 

Can viewing art digitally ever be as good as poring over the brush-strokes of the real thing?  The thrilling close-ups of Chagall’s Paris Opera ceiling recently projected onto a screen at the city’s Philharmonie convinced this art lover it really could, and now the Atelier des Lumieres, the city’s latest and greatest attraction, proves that looking at highly-detailed images through a magnifying lens and state of the art projectors is the way to go.

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St. James’ Court London Taj

Tajj is all about service and style and with a £multi-million renovation almost completed, this magnificent period building has a smile on her face once again.

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