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TOP YATCH EVENTS TO SEE IN 2018 Urbane, Premium, and Luxurious are the words that come to mind if you have ever attended a Yacht event. Aboard these luxury vessels, the air always seems different: with the fine cuisine and sophisticated people, the breezy ambience of music alongside fleet exhibitions, competitions, and other side attractions. What’s more, it is a great way to network and unwind at the same time too. Therefore, whether you are looking to attend one of these events or host yours, here is some scoop into what is happening in the world of Yachting in 2018!...

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2017 events, Local Travel Secrets, Luxury -

Not many hotels can boast of a Michelin star for all of its restaurants. Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris has become the first hotel in Europe to earn the prestigious Michelin award for all three of its restaurants. Le Cinq, L’Orangerie and Le George.

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Foodies, greece, Luxury, Santorini, Travel Guide, Travel Inspiration -

Would you like to discover the lost city of Atlantis just as Plato described it?  The island you are looking for is Santorini, the pearl of the Cyclades islands in the Aegean Sea. It is perceived to have been the lost city after some excavations were found in Akrotiri, one of its villages. It is also one of the most visited places in Greece. People who seek a getaway heaven for a vacation, family holiday, honeymoon or hiking have always found Santorini to be home away from home. Read more and discover what you have been missing.

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Family Travel, Local Travel Secrets -

Going to Barbados can be the trip of a lifetime. Not only are the locals friendly and the beaches stunning, but the island also offers a wealth of exciting adventure opportunities that are not only exhilarating, but will take your breath away. If you want to have an unforgettable adventure in Barbados, consider checking out the four activities below.

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A natural treasure, more than two-thirds of Saint John, the smallest of the three U.S. Virgin Islands, are protected as a national park. Though petite, stretching to roughly five miles wide and nine miles long, the island—and its beaches—is a veritable slice of paradise.

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