Month: May 2019

         For more than a century the vineyards of Georges de Latour have made first-rate Cabernets. Georges de Latour I’ve written more than once that I consider Beaulieu Vineyard’s Georges de Latour Cabernet Sauvignons (GDL, I’ll call them) the best red wines made in America. And a recent tasting with the vineyard’s young winemaker, Trevor
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These are five must-haves for weekend warriors. There’s an art to packing for a short trip—there are the essentials, and then there are the non-essentials that bring an element of comfort and joy to the journey. For those travelers who rarely let a weekend pass without hitting the open road or taking to the skies,
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Zaytinya’s inaugural Culinary Voyage to Greece is being held September 1 through 6 on the island of Kea. ThinkFoodGroup I decamped to Washington, D.C., after wrapping up college in the late ’90s. Like most recent grads, I was seeking an affordable apartment, a stable job, and an active social life. What wasn’t on that list? Great restaurants. Because
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Rawpixelimages/Dreamstime Ready to tackle the great outdoors? Here’s how to enjoy camping without putting a huge dent in your travel budget. Planning a camping trip? Be prepared to open your wallet. Adult campers spent an average of $546 on camping gear alone in 2016, according to the 2017 American Camper Report from Coleman Company, Inc.
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Prince William has praised the “bravery and determination” of the three nominees shortlisted for this year’s Tusk Award for Conservation in Africa, one of the most prestigious recognitions of environmental work. Jeneria Lekilelei has been included for his support of lions in Kenya, Dr Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka for helping bolster the gorilla population in Uganda, and
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(CNN) — For many, it’s a bucket-list London experience — sitting at the bar at one of the British city’s oldest and liveliest pubs, pint of beer in hand, soaking up the atmosphere. Only there’s a twist — you’re totally naked. If this image sounds like something from a fever-dream, maybe it’s not for you.
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This weekend Lancaster’s Gaping Gill, on the southern slopes of Ingleborough in the Yorkshire Dales, is opening to the public, allowing non-cavers the opportunity to stand on the floor of Britain’s largest cavern. The Bradford Pothole Club, which has held a Winch Meet here for more than 60 years, will take visitors down the 100m
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(CNN) — A new floating bullet train capable of hitting speeds of 600 kilometers per hour (about 372 miles/hour) is one step closer to reality in China. On Thursday, the body prototype for the country’s latest high-speed magnetic-levitation (maglev) train project rolled off the assembly line in the eastern Chinese city of Qingdao. Developed by
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A $1500 Bottle of the New Woodford Reserve Baccarat Edition Woodford Reserve This week, Woodford Reserve and Baccarat announced the limited release of a $1500 American whiskey. It will be available for one year, exclusively at Duty-Free Stores across the globe. The partnership between the Kentucky distillery and the legendary French crystal manufacturer underscores the
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Thank you to Andrew Zimmern (http://andrewzimmern.com/), Patrick Weiland, Erin, and the entire team for the opportunity to hang out and eat some of the best Thai food in Bangkok! Eating Thai Food with Andrew Zimmern: http://migrationology.com/2016/01/andrew-zimmern-bangkok/ 00:11 Lunch at home in Bangkok – Before going to meet up with Andrew Zimmern, I had a quick
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