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Food lover? My Design Week is too. So, we present you the world’s most exclusive design restaurants in 2013 because dining in the best and most exclusive restaurants in the world will certainly be a one of a kind experience.
El Celler de Can Roca – Girona, Spain
Owned by the Roca Brothers, this restaurant serves traditional Catalan cuisine with extremely creative twists. The restaurant has a large wine cellar with 60,000 bottles and dishes served include caramelised olives served on a bonsai tree.
Head chef Joan helped pioneer the widespread use of sous-vide cooking in the ’90s via his Roner machine, and is a technical maestro. Josep is the head sommelier and the rule-breaking pastry chef whose creations blow the imagination.
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The year is almost coming to an end. It is the perfect opportunity for you to start planning next year and everything you want to do but haven’t had the chance yet.
Here are 10 luxury travel destinations you must experience at least once in your life.
PARIS | FRANCE
Whether it’s a riverside vista that takes in the Seine, Notre-Dame Cathedral, and the Eiffel Tower, or the view of elegant buildings and mansard roofs from a hotel room window, it doesn’t take much to convince anyone that Paris is one of the most beautiful cities on earth. The French capital’s embarrassment of riches is unsurpassed. Whether you opt to explore the historic, fashion-conscious, bourgeois, or bohemian (check out some of the most in bars of the moment there here) and arty sides of Paris, one thing is certain, the City of Light will always enthrall. Check out our detailed city guide here.
CAIRO | EGYPT
You must have read my trip to Egipt but I’ll briefly talk about Cairo. On first impression, there is hardly a superlative too extreme to capture the epic scale of this city of some 15 million, or 14, or 16; no one really knows for sure—that sprawls in all directions. The traffic, the people, the chaotic rhythm of Cairo will all reinforce this impression, threatening to overwhelm you. So take your time, relax over a mint tea in a café, or wander the quiet back alleys, and a different world will be revealed to you. In many ways Cairo is the proverbial overgrown village, full of little districts and communities that feel much smaller and more intimate than the city of which they’re part.
BALI | INDONESIA
Have you ever been to Bulgari Hotel at Bali? Bali really is as alluring as everyone says. This island, only slightly bigger than Delaware, has it all: beaches, volcanoes, terraced rice fields, forests, renowned resorts, surfing, and world-class dive sites. But what sets Bali apart from other nearby tropical destinations is Balinese tradition, and villagers dedicated to celebrating it. The hundreds of temples, dances, rituals, and crafts linked to their ancient Hindu faith aren’t a show for tourists, but a living, breathing culture in which visitors are warmly received by the Balinese, who cherish their own identities. Snakes in the garden, including commercialism and traffic, diminish but don’t destroy Bali’s charm.
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Are you thinking about moving out from your house? Today we will show you the most expensive addresses in the world and maybe make you dream about some of these places!
Yes it’s just for dreamers or billionaires because in Pollock’s Path, Hong Kong one square meter of real estate it’ll cost you $120.000! In Europe you will find 5 of our list and just 1 in USA.
Fifth Avenue, New York, US
AVERAGE PRICE PER SQUARE METER $28000
Kensington Palace Gardens, London, UK
AVERAGE PRICE PER SQUARE METER $107000
Avenue Montaigne, Paris, France
AVERAGE PRICE PER SQUARE METER $26000
Chemin de Ruth, Geneva, Switzerland
AVERAGE PRICE PER SQUARE METER $37000
Avenue Princesse Grace, Monaco
AVERAGE PRICE PER SQUARE METER $86000
Romazzino Hill, Sardinia
AVERAGE PRICE PER SQUARE METER $32000
Ostozhenka, Moscow, Russia
AVERAGE PRICE PER SQUARE METER $29000
Paterson Hill, Singapore
AVERAGE PRICE PER SQUARE METER $42500
Pollock’s Path, The Peak, Hong Kong
AVERAGE PRICE PER SQUARE METER $120000
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The train travel gives more excitement particularly on bridge, we will enjoy the nature and inside cave we feel very thrill like that.please enjoy this beautiful Train Travel MORE PHOTOGRAPHY
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Designers are quietly turning their hands to hotels around the world. There are appearing some luxury travel destinations with fantastic design hotels with vip sightseeing and gorgeous aesthetics. Here is our shortlist of the 10 best fashion hotels in the world from cool to conservative. They are luxury travel trends with fantastic designer works that worth a visit.
1. Carducci 76 Hotel, Rimini, Italy
The 1920s villa has insides primped with a series of suites that range from zen to minimalist African. Their primary aim is yours physical and spiritual well being. The buffet is tasty and you can exit through a discreet door and reach the beach right on the Adriatic.
2. Casa Camper, Barcelona, Spain
Casa Camper Barcelona is best suited to those who admire functional simplicity. Large suites incorporates lounge and bathroom with a courtyard for your rejoice. It´s a smooth place to stay if you want visit one of the most creative cities in the world.
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Australia is the dream travel place for many design lovers. Today, My Design Week gives you a tour of one of the most multicultural cities in Australia: Melbourne. So, if you are a design lover and you find yourself in Melbourne, don’t forget to swing by this places.
‘Melbournians’ love the outdoor, cultural events, eating out, going to galleries, spending time at the beach and playing any kind of sport. That is why Melbourne was named the most livable city of 2012 in the Economist Intelligence Unit’s global livability report.
One of Melbourne’s most visited places, the Federation Square is home to a large open-air space and several cultural buildings: The Atrium, Edge Theater and Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI).
The building on the image is highly controversial (one website called it one of the ugliest in the world). However, became Melbourne’s unofficial city square in 2002, after an international competition was held to create a cultural building that could also house an open amphitheater for up to 15,000 people.
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