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Hotel Development: Millions Flock to Rome to Take in its Rich History

Hotel Development: Millions Flock to Rome to Take in its Rich History

Matt Dougherty and Alissa Ponchione • Photography by Roland Halbe, Andrea Martiradonna, Stefano Scatà. and courtesy of Rocco Forte Hotels and Autograph Collection Hotels • March 5, 2019 Photos: Recent Projects The ancient Italian city’s appeal goes hand-in-hand with its proximity to history. Truly millions—in 2017, Rome recorded 29 million overnight …

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Here’s Where to Travel in 2019

Here's Where to Travel in 2019

There’s something a little funny about making a “where to travel” list for the new year. After all, so much of what makes a place seem fresh is simply a matter of perspective; that same enchanting beach, village, or mountain is either new, boring, or over, depending on who ask. …

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The power of gossip in Ancient Greece

The power of gossip in Ancient Greece

At the heart of the greatest works of Ancient Greek literature are mighty acts of revenge. Revengers overcome their enemies through superior physical prowess, as when Achilles kills Hector in a single combat to avenge the death of his comrade Patroclus; or through their employment of trickery and deceit, as …

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Relais & Châteaux Montpelier Plantation & Beach

Relais & Châteaux Montpelier Plantation & Beach

A stay at the Relais Châteaux Montpelier Plantation Beach on the island of Nevis is like visiting an old friend’s getaway home; it’s warm, welcoming, and comfortable. But your friend just happens to own a fabulous, well-appointed island estate with three stellar restaurants on one of the most breathtaking and …

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Here’s Where to Travel in 2019

Here’s Where to Travel in 2019

There’s something a little funny about making a “where to travel” list for the new year. After all, so much of what makes a place seem fresh is simply a matter of perspective; that same enchanting beach, village, or mountain is either new, boring, or over, depending on who ask. …

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