Month: October 2018

In September, a Renzo Piano exhibition opened at London’s Royal Academy, showcasing some of the Italian architect’s most iconic buildings. But Piano, the architect of London’s Shard, Berlin’s Potsdamer Platz and the Centre Pompidou in Paris, made his biggest contribution to his hometown Genoa, where he was born in 1937. This north Italian city trapped
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https://www.expedia.com/Amalfi-Coast.d180060.Destination-Travel-Guides The Amalfi Coast stretches for 30 miles along the southern coast of the Sorrentine Peninsula in Southern Italy. There are some places that are so famous and so legendary that even before you set foot there, it feels familiar. The Amalfi Coast or “road of a thousand bends” is one such place. This route
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(CNN) — England’s prehistoric monument Stonehenge is marking a century in public ownership with an unashamedly British celebration. The 4,500-year-old site was rescued from disrepair after landowner Cecil Chubb gave it to the nation on October 26, 1918, allowing crucial maintenance work to take place. New artworks, an anniversary tea party and an inflatable replica
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11:30 AM ET Thu, 25 Oct 2018 Goa’s beautiful coastline has been attracting visitors ever since the sixties. In the last five years, however, the number of tourists coming to India’s smallest state has almost tripled. CNBC’s Tom Chitty ventures through the coastal region known for its music, nightlife and beaches on the second stop
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(CNN) — What Morgan Fallon, director, cinematographer and producer of “Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown,” misses most about working with Tony is the pressure. In a recent phone call with CNN Travel, Fallon described Tony’s exceedingly high expectations in awe. Indeed, he may have been smiling on the other end of the phone when he explained
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(CNN) — Since their inception in the middle of the 19th century, beach boardwalks have become an integral part of the seaside travel experience in dozens of cities and towns around the globe. Originally boardwalks were made from wood (hence the name), but in modern times, the term has come to represent any kind of
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