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In Destinations: From hand-held street food to Michelin-stared, white glove-reveal service, Amsterdam is rapidly becoming the new “foodie” capital of Europe. Once it was known as the Venice of the North and visited for tulips and windmills, wooden shoes and cheese; Amsterdam has been inching its way up the “food” chain as a gastronomic destination to attract a new breed of travelers. By Barbara Angelakis                      Read More...

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In the Oeno File: Ten excellent wines; from big and bold to smooth and silky, these wines graced my table and gave me pleasure in 2016. A few were expensive; others were underpriced for the quality they represented. I enjoyed all of them and I hope you will as well! By Manos Angelakis                      Read More...

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In Restaurants: A journalist friend, who had been married to a diplomat stationed in Vienna, vouched for a new restaurant in New York City’s Yorkville as the “real deal.”  This part of town was formerly full of Middle European restaurants. It may have been a new restaurant, but I wasn’t going to a novice restaurateur. By Norma Davidoff            Read More...

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In Automobiles: If you are a car racing aficionado, you will agree that some of the most exciting driving happens in the Formula One international circuit. F1 is the highest class of single-seat auto racing sanctioned by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile. The F1 season consists of a series of races held worldwide on purpose-built circuits and, in a few cases, public roads as in the Monaco Grand Prix.  By Manos Angelakis     Read More...

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Also in Destinations: Monterey is one of those places that lives up to its reputation. It’s a great mix of the natural world and the manmade world. The pace is leisurely, allowing you to fill your days as much or as little as you like with a variety of activities for all ages. By Melanie Votaw                           Read More...

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Additionally in Destinations: Montréal is buzzing with energy, gearing up for the Big Event of 2017; the 375th anniversary of the city. Montréalers are justly proud of their city and want to show off its multi-cultural charms to the world. By B. Angelakis  Read More...

 

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