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Andalucia Madona of Sorrows Small

In Destinations: In the center of the area between the capital city of Seville to the west, Malaga to the south, Córdoba to the north and Granada, lies the very heart of Andalucía. Here are towns that cling to the hillsides and take fierce pride in their history and traditions.  By Barbara Angelakis      Read More...

Guide to Florence Small

In the Bookshelf: I just found a little book that will become my bible for visiting Florence. It is called “The Cognoscenti’s Guide to Florence” and will allow a traveler to shop and eat in the manner of the Florentines by providing practical information in the guise of city walks and the establishments one would encounter during the walks. By Manos Angelakis Read More...

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In Restaurant Notes: Pearl & Ash, is downtown NYC's remarkable combo of extensive wine bar/sophisticated tapas haven/scene bar. Something strange and wonderful happens after entering past the glowing sign with the little letters "PEARL & ASH."  By Joel Levin              Read More...

Shangri-la Sydney Lobby Lounge Terrace Small

In Hotels & Resorts: For sightseers, Sydney's Shangri-la hotel offers a perplexing dilemma.  On the positive side are spectacular views; steps beyond is the city's colorful Circular Quay. But to go exploring you have to venture out -- and that means leaving your comfortable room. By Sharon King Hoge   Read More...

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In the Gastronomy section: Gastronomically, most of the traditional Lenten meatless dishes are still served both at homes and in restaurants in Andalucia. But the observance of the meatless tradition during Lent and especially during the Holy Week is not as absolute today as it was 45 years ago when I first visited Spain. Three lenten recipes. By Manos Angelakis Read More...

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In the Oeno File: Someone mentioned Moldova to me. I thought she was talking about a farcical country in a Marx brothers comedy or some mythic, romantic land in a kitschy mittelEuropean operetta. But no, there is a real country named Moldova, though its historic name Bessarabia may be more familiar. By Morton Hochstein   Read More...

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