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A Guide to the Kentucky Bourbon Trail - cntraveler.com - city Louisville - state Pennsylvania - state Kentucky
cntraveler.com
18.06.2024

A Guide to the Kentucky Bourbon Trail

As the Kentucky Bourbon Trail—the official route that includes dozens of distillers of America’s Spirit (the corn whiskey distilled in oak barrels that’s only made here)—celebrates its 25th anniversary, there’s never been a better time to experience it. With a quarter-century under its belt, the trail of makers has seen smaller bourbon networks spring up nearby—like the Kentucky Craft Trail—for a smaller feel. And for something more urban, there’s now Louisville’s Urban Bourbon Trail, and Northern Kentucky’s B-Line of bourbon bars located just outside of bustling Cincinnati.

Bob Eckstein Has the Perfect Museum for You - nytimes.com - New York - city Las Vegas - city New York - city Boston - state Massachusets
nytimes.com
18.06.2024

Bob Eckstein Has the Perfect Museum for You

“When they first go to museums, the first two things people want to know is, where’s the gift shop and where’s the bathroom?” said the writer and illustrator Bob Eckstein, 61, whose new book, “Footnotes From the Most Fascinating Museums,” is an illustrated field guide to North America’s cultural and historical repositories.

Mauritius, at the crossroads of culture - euronews.com - Netherlands - France - Portugal - Britain - China - India - city Chinatown - Mauritius
euronews.com
09.06.2024

Mauritius, at the crossroads of culture

Centuries of migration and colonial influences have shaped the island of Mauritius to make it one of the fascinating countries on earth.

Everything you need to know about Nice before you hit the French Riviera - lonelyplanet.com - France - South Africa - Monaco
lonelyplanet.com
06.06.2024

Everything you need to know about Nice before you hit the French Riviera

The queen of the French Riviera, Nice drips elegance and panache from every belle époque palace, baroque chapel and Mediterranean-blue chair on the prom. The capital of France's celebrity-stalked Côte d’Azur might be modest in size, but the choice of things to see and do in this iconic coastal town stretches well beyond bracing strolls along Promenade des Anglais and lizard-lounging on bum-numbing pebbles on the seashore.

Best neighborhoods in Atlanta - lonelyplanet.com - Usa - city Atlanta - state Virginia - city Downtown - county Highland - city Midtown
lonelyplanet.com
04.06.2024

Best neighborhoods in Atlanta

Atlanta is one of the fastest-growing cities in the US, and even though residents have been saying “we full” for years, it doesn’t stop locals from welcoming visitors into our vibrant neighborhoods. 

5 spectacular European train trips you can take this summer - thepointsguy.com - Switzerland
thepointsguy.com
04.06.2024

5 spectacular European train trips you can take this summer

As you gaze awestruck through the window at a skyline of jagged, ice-capped peaks or point excitedly as a world-famous landmark looms ahead, it hits you — epic views like these are meant to be savored, and there's no better way to do that than from the window of a train.

Why I love Europe’s hidden gardens - theguardian.com - Spain - city European
theguardian.com
03.06.2024

Why I love Europe’s hidden gardens

Last spring, my wife and I embarked on an extended family holiday through Spain, taking our two young children on a month-long road trip around a country we didn’t know well but quickly came to love, for its ancient walled cities and diverse landscapes, its full-bodied wine and its warm-hearted people.

‘Pillars, pergolas, palms and pines’: readers’ favourite gardens in Europe - theguardian.com - Netherlands - Italy - Portugal - Japan - city Lisbon - city Madrid - North Korea - city Hague
theguardian.com
03.06.2024

‘Pillars, pergolas, palms and pines’: readers’ favourite gardens in Europe

Varenna is the perfect Italian village, from its hilltop castle to the shore of Lake Como. Easily accessible by train or ferry, it is host to a spectacular botanic garden. The meandering Passeggiata degli Innamorati – the Lovers’ Footpath – brings you in 20 minutes from the ferry to Villa Monastero (entry €10, open March-November). With pillars and pergolas, palm trees and pines framing views of the deep blue lake and mountains beyond, scented by citrus and herbs, the garden is one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever visited. And there’s a bar. Perfect happiness.Maartje Scheltens

15 ways to take in Atlanta – for free - lonelyplanet.com - Georgia - county Park - city Atlanta
lonelyplanet.com
02.06.2024

15 ways to take in Atlanta – for free

A big city covered in trees and big on both warm weather and Southern hospitality, Atlanta is a treat for any visitor.

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