Unique Dining Experiences

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Culinary experiences don’t need to be confined to traditional restaurant settings, especially when travelling.   OBSERVATION WHEEL DINING IN SINGAPORE Where: Singapore The Singapore Flyer, the world’s second largest observation wheel, arranges glitzy butler-serviced dinners on-board a private capsule. As you rotate 540 feet above landmarks like the F1 Circuit and Collyer Quay, indulge in a four-course meal with selections ...

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London Takes The Throne As World’s Most Expensive City

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  London has overtaken Hong Kong as the world’s most expensive city to live and work in, with a new study suggesting it is almost twice as pricey as Sydney, and four times more than Rio de Janeiro. The estate agent Savills said that in London, rising rents and the strong pound had pushed up the typical cost per individual ...

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2015’s Most Technologically Advanced Nations

Technologically Advanced

Technology is the application of scientific knowledge for practical purposes, especially in industry. Many nations worldwide have used technology to enhance the quality of life of their people. Here are the 12 most technologically advanced countries in the world as of 2015: 12) China China has often been touted as the next super power. Some say that it is already ...

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Discover The Top 25 Destinations In The World of 2015


Explore this year’s Travelers’ Choice Award-winning destinations, based on millions of reviews by travelers. Discover grand cities, exciting trip ideas, and unforgettable sights. Which one will you discover first? Marrakesh, Morocco The new Travelers’ Choice #1 Destination in the world, Marrakech is a magical place, brimming with markets, gardens, palaces, and mosques. Exploring the intimate courtyards and snaking alleyways of ...

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An End to Language Barriers

end to language barrier

For more than a decade, Skype has been breaking down geographical barriers to make every day audio and video communications possible. As we enter an era in which computing experiences need to be more personal, Skype has looked at ways to help communities create stronger connections and be more productive. Using innovations from Microsoft Research, Skype is now removing another ...

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Top 10 Cities for Art Lovers

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In the art capitals of the world, art is everywhere – not only in the famous galleries and churches, but even in the most unexpected places. Turn the corner in Rome to discover a shrine high in the wall, or a colourful mural under a bridge. If you’re visiting a city for the first time, however, the galleries are a ...

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Nazi-looted painting found in long-hidden art trove to go on sale


By The Associated Press A painting that was seized by the Nazis and only recently returned to the Jewish owner’s heirs is going on auction. Max Liebermann’s “Two Riders on a Beach” was discovered in 2012 in the long-hidden art trove hoarded by German collector Cornelius Gurlitt. Gurlitt died last year and the painting was one of the first from ...

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Your Pocket Guide To This Year’s Oscar Controversies


By Matthew Westphal While we all know about the major controversies underpinning this year’s Oscars — such as the shameful lack of diversity in this year’s #OscarsSoWhite nominees — no film is immune from its own internal drama. Here’s a look at some of the specific quarrels and criticisms that have plagued 10 of this year’s nominated films: “American Sniper” ...

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What we know about the terror suspects in France: Three dead, one at large


By Colin Daileda After an hours-long standoff with French police near the Charles de Gaulle Airport outside Paris, the two brothers suspected of killing 12 people in the attack on the Charlie Hebdo magazine are dead, officials say. Another gunman who took multiple hostages at a kosher market in eastern Paris was also killed in a police raid. Police are ...

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Je Suis Charlie


By Walker Bragman       Follow Walker Bragman on Twitter: …read more Source:: Huffington Post – Arts & Culture

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