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Cavo Tagoo Hotel | Mykonos Greece

Cavo Tagoo is a unique 5 star luxury Hotel, located in the main town of Mykonos island in Greece, built along a stunning natural cliff. The hotel was recently purchased and redesigned by Paris Liakos, an award-winning architect. Watery elements were incorporated into all structures of the Cavo Tagoo. Built on a cliff, the dominant external element is natural rock, which was preserved in some of the interior spaces as a natural decorative element. All luxury suites are decorated with minimalist style and have the perfect balance between comfort, luxury and style.



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THE LEDGE | SKYDECK CHICAGO

The Skydeck offers a breathtaking view of the city of Chicago. This is a great opportunity to climb the Willis Tower (formerly Sears Tower), the worlds tallest building from 1974 until 1998, and see the beautiful architecture of the city and its endless views of Lake Michigan. The more adventurous can go to the "The Ledge", the newest acquisition of the Skydeck, allowing the visitor to walk on a glass floor viewing the city in a different perspective. If you like he...
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One Year on a Bike

Bicycle travel is about going slowly, exploring the world and seeing it for the first time, also bringing back the most indelible memories about the people you’ve met. "One Year on a Bike” is a new book that documents Martijn Doolaard´s cycling journey from Amsterdam to Singapore, it is simultaneously a travelogue and visual journey, and depicts his long adventurous ride, plus the pleasure, the pain, and the lessons learned through traveling. Doolaard shares th...
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HELP JAPAN

The earthquake and tsunami have caused extensive and severe damage in Northeastern Japan. Let us all do our part to help the victims in Japan. Here are some ways to contribute to relief efforts in Japan: Google Crises Response, Red Cross, Mercy Corps, Save the Children....
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