The Famous Shroud of Turin Goes on Display in April 2010

Where: Turin, Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist When: April 10th –  May 23rd The Shroud of Turin (Sacra Sindone), which usually goes on display once every 25 years, is programmed to go on display again in April 2010, just 10 years after its last public viewing. It will be just the 6th time in the past hundred years that the sacred relic will be seen in public. It’s also the first time the devout, the curious and the incredulous will have the opportunity to see the Shroud since it underwent major restoration in 2002. The 4.4 × 1.1m rectangular linen cloth is believed by many to be the...
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6th Opera Dinner Edition at Duquesa de Cardona Boutique Hotel on 19th March

From last winter, Duquesa de Cardona, a historic  boutique hotel in the city centre in front of the harbour of Barcelona, organizes special monthly gastronomic dinners with the best of the companies: the Opera lyric life. The original structure of this restaurant helps to create a unique atmosphere and a special acoustic that are particularly suitable for this kind of event. In between courses, artists Mireia Dolç , Ulises Orduñez and Xavier Dolç , surprise the assistants by walking through the tables, descending the stairs and even looking for the collaboration of them just singing well-known...
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Epoque & Avantgarde Hotels Moves to New Office in Miami

The headquarters of this trendy boutique hotels collection is now in Miami Design District Last week Epoque & Avantgarde hotels has officially moved from its Miami Beach office to its new address in Wynwood Miami. The new office is about 2300 square feet and it is located in the famous Miami Design District, renowned for its art galleries and centrally located neighborhood. l “We are very happy to be in this new office space,” says David Maranzana, President of Epoque Hotels. “We will certainly miss the old one where we started in 2002, but we welcome this new location as it better meets...
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Bologna Destination of the Month | March 2010

The city of Bologna, the capital city of the Emilia-Romagna region in northern Italy, may as well be considered as a secondary tourist destination in Italy if compared to Rome, Florence and Venice. Yet, Bologna is a truly magical city emanating a unique atmosphere with its plentiful arcades, charming squares, quaint churches and indeed because there are not masses of tourists all around. A cultural center since medieval times – the oldest existing University in the Western World was established here in 1088 – Bologna is also famous in Italy for its excellent culinary tradition: Bolognese sauce...
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What To Do In and Around Inverness…

Courtesy of Rocpool Reserve Hotel in Inverness, here are some useful tips on what to do in Iverness: Culloden Battlefield Whilst visiting Inverness you should definitely visit the site of the last great battle between England and Scotland. Bonnie Prince Charlie leaded his Highland Army into a battle that was doomed to be lost. The newly build Visitor Centre takes you onto a journey back in time and you can walk the fields where this devastating piece of Scottish history occurred. Cawdor Castle Situated 12 miles from Inverness, this is another lovely Castle to explore. Still fully functional, you...
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