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Just returned from our 13th visit to Anguilla. The island is really developing. If you are looking for a get away before it becomes too "congested", go now! Some of the projects that are moving along are:
1. Tenemos: Tenemos is a villa resort. The resort is spread around a beautiful golfcourse. The location is close to Cap Juluca and Cuisinart. Some of the villas are almost finished. Not sure whenit will be finished. The golf course is beautiful andmost of the flowering plants
I've logged a lot of time in Joburg over my years travelling to Africa, and IMO The Saxon is easily the citys top option. It's located in Sandhurst (30-40 minutes from the airport in normal traffic; 10 minutes from Sandton City). Sandhurst is a very posh neighbourhood populated by mansions tucked away behind tall walls and imposing gates. The architecture is mostly that unique modern South African style a bit like an Art Deco take on neo-classical, with a lot of tall stucco columns and imposing
Hello Everyone, Im finally back, married and happy to share with you all our wonderful experience at The Jade Mountain Resort in St. Lucia.
From the moment we stepped off the plane and boarded the chopper for our helicopter transfer (highly recommended). We could not be happier with our destination choice of St. Lucia. The island is the most lush and vibrant out of all the Caribbean islands. We saw this perfectly as we flew aside the Pitons (volcanoes) of St. Lucia and
This helped me narrow down the itineraries to ones that included Portofino as a stop.
We began in Rome, with one night at the Albergo Ottocento hotel. That was a good choice, located between the Trevi fountain, the Spanish Steps. We walked just about everywhere. Of course you cannot see Rome in one day, but we made a good attempt. I had met someone on CruiseCritic.com who would be on the same cruise, and we had arranged to share a taxi to the port in Civitavecchia, about an hour away
Of all the French wine-growing areas, Alsace, close to the German border, stands apart. Its differences from the rest of France are obvious: The landscapes, the architecture, even the food, seem to have more connections with central Europe than with the rest of France. Place names and the local dialect are clearly more German than French.
Thanks to its rich architecture and cultural heritage, this wine-growing region attracts enthusiasts with a combination of wine and other pleasures.
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