Art, Featured Articles
Nov 28th, 2010 |
Courtesy of the Hotel Mayfair
The Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris is currently hosting an exhibition of Jean Michel Basquiat’s art from 15 October 2010 to 30 January 2011.
Jean Michel Basquiat
The Modern Art Museum looks back over the work of this exceptional artist. This exceptional exhibition reconstructs a chronological vision of his evolution with around a hundred major pieces of work from American museums and private collections. This is the first Basquiat exhibition on such a scale in France and it marks the fiftieth anniversary of his birth as he was born in 1960, in Brooklyn....
Featured Articles, Travel Tips Antibes Juan
Nov 26th, 2010 |
Courtesy of Hôtel Le Pré Catelan
The Antibes Juan-les-Pins is called the city of the “Joy of Living”. It is the French Riviera’s heart and one of the most desirable places to visit. It is situated between Nice and Cannes, nearby the Nice-Cote d’Azur International Airport. The Antibes is an ideal place to begin a journey through the French Riviera. By many means of transport you can visit Nice, Saint Paul de Vence, Cagnes sur Mer, Biot, Grasse, Eze, Beaulieu, Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, Monaco, Saint Raphaël, Sainte Maxime, Saint Tropez, Port Grimaud, Vintimille and San Remo…
Events, Featured Articles
Nov 25th, 2010 |
What counts in tango is not only the music, steps or the dance floor, but also the fragrance, head movements, breathing or whispering. Tango is like an aphrodisiac, which makes a man more masculine and releases femininity in a woman. The essence of tango is about life, especially about the relationship between a man and a woman.
There are no mistakes in tango, not like in ordinary life. There is only the simplicity that makes tango such an incredible dance. If you missed a step, you do not worry about it. You just keep on dancing…
Let’s all dance together… Every Thursday, from 7...
Featured Articles, Travel Tips
Nov 24th, 2010 |
Before Ernest Hemingway immortalized Pamplona‘s running of the bulls in “The Sun Also Rises”, the city was key intersection between France and Castilia. Pamplona, the capital of the Navarre province, symbolizes the region’s diversity in its architecture, culture and cuisine, which mixes various traces of the Visigoths, Franks and Moors, who passed through the city. At any rate Pamplona is famous for the July Festival of St. Fermin, the running of the bulls which attracted Hemingway and still attracts adventure-seekers from all over the world. Even if you go to...
Article, Featured Articles, Travel tips Florence
Nov 23rd, 2010 |
When you hear the word “Tuscany”, the first things that probably come to mind are Florence, Pisa and Chianti. But few of you might have heard of the Valdarno, an idyllic area between Florence and Arezzo that has inspired artists for centuries, even the likes of the great Renaissance Master Leonardo da Vinci.
My wife and I stayed at a charming boutique hotel, the Relais Villa Belpoggio in the Valdarno community of Loro Ciuffenna , perched on the slopes of the southern ridge of the Pratomagno.
Our first morning I had a delightful chat with the Villa’s manager Maria Ventrone, and I told her...