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Bond Street, The Jewel in the Crown of London Shopping بوند ستريت جوهرة عالم التسوق الفاخر في لندن

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published in Robb report arabia- April 2013 by Randa Saab Smith (The article emphasises the importance of Bond Street as a historic luxury shopping destination.) لطالما استقطبت لندن الأنظار إليها على أكثر من صعيد، سواء في السياسة وما يحدث في … Continue reading

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Phoenicia Hotel, A Self Perpetuating Legend ……………. فندق الفينيسيا أسطورة تتجدد كل يوم

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نظرة أخيرة ولمسات نهائية من مهندس الديكور في الفندق تنبئ بجهوزية الجناح الرئاسي  لاستقبال ضيفه الأول بعد تجديده، في اليوم التالي. فريق العمل في حركة فوق العادة، وعناصر أمن الفندق في حالة تأهب تام في محيط الجناح الرئاسي. والضيف شخصية … Continue reading

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Brompton Barracks, A Witness of History

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 With the area’s long involvement in British Maritime history, Medway is not short of places and landmarks to visit for discovery and recreation; one of which is Brompton Barracks. Brompton Barracks is the best preserved Georgian barracks in the UK. … Continue reading

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The Caledonian, A Waldorf Astoria Hotel Begins Welcoming Guests Following £24 Million Upgrade

 Press Release from Grifco PR London – September 18, 2012 – Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts is delighted to announce that The Caledonian, A Waldorf Astoria Hotel, has today started to welcome its first guests following the hotel’s luxury re-launch. … Continue reading

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Weird Creatures beneath the Waves

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(Photo credit Chris Barnett) Chatham, 6 July 2012- New Species are being discovered in the volcanic Mid-Atlantic Ridge at 2000 to 4000 meters deep. Heat resistant volcanic shrimps, giant species of lobsters and 6-inch long bacteria farming furry crabs, were … Continue reading

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The Isle of Wight, Diamond of the English Channel- Published in Robb Report Arabia

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The Isle of Wight  is the largest of the English Isles and the living witness to the era of dinosaurs which bones remain to tell the stories of ancient times. The Island’s name has well been linked with the name of Queen Victoria and a number of writers, poets and scholars who have chosen to … Continue reading

Baalbek of Lebanon