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Europe

Chez Bruno – The Art Of Truffles

Posted July 30, 2014 by Rudi Goldman

This article/movie is about Chez Bruno, a Michelin one-star truffle specialist restaurant located just outside of Lorgues, Provence, France. Restaurant Chez Bruno holds the record for serving the largest amount of truffles per year in the world, 4000 kilos (4 tons) to its 36,000 yearly guests.

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Europe

Parade Navale – Swiss Belle Epoque Steamboats Gather on Lake Geneva

Posted May 18, 2014 by Dominique Schreckling

ake Geneva hosts the world’s most important event of its type showing off the most elegant side-wheel paddle ships seen anywhere today. All the boats were built by Sulzer Brothers between 1904 and 1927. In terms of passenger capacity, this is also the largest Belle Epoque fleet in the world.  On June 17th 2011 it was classified as part of […]

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Consumerism

Holland America Line Launches Sail & Save Promotion With Exceptional Values

Posted November 29, 2011 by pressrelease

olland America Line has just launched one of its most popular annual promotions — the Sail & Save event — featuring special savings on multiple staterooms, products and destinations. Additionally, the line is giving away one seven-day cruise for two through a sweepstakes on the line’s website: www.hollandamerica.com. Guests who book under the Sail & Save […]

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Food & Beverage

Bodega Nanni: A Family Tradition

Posted October 12, 2013 by Rudi Goldman

An insightful story of a passion for natural winemaking by a small Argentine producer with over a century of family tradition. My wife and I first discovered the delightful taste and aromas of Torrontes wine in the cafes and restaurants on the square in the sleepy village of Cafayate, Argentina. Comparing the various Torrontes from local producers, although it was a difficult choice, we decided that the Nanni Torrontes had the most appeal to us. This dry, but fruity wine’s aromas provided a delightful nose and surprising finish.

“Looking to discover what made Bodega Nanni’s Torrontes so special, I decided to make a short film about them. What I discovered was a family with a local winemaking tradition that dates back over one hundred years.”
Videographer Rudi Goldman

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Carribean

Rhum Agricole

Posted November 4, 2011 by IMPress Archives

here are two types of rum in this world. No, it’s not the rum in my glass and the rum in my stomach. Rum is made from sugar. Specifically, you can make rum from molasses, the traditional way or from sugar cane juice, the alternative. Rum made from molasses is called Rhum Industrial and from […]

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Animals & Pets

Florida’s Lion Country Safari 5 Stars For Fun

Posted December 23, 2016 by Len Rapoport

Lion Country Safari Our 5 Star Pick Updated Dec. 23, 2016 – Originally published January 2015 Over the years I have visited many theme and amusement parks including those that feature a safari like experience. The one that I love to visit when ever I spend time with my son’s family in Florida is the […]

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How To

How To Take Spectacular Photos Through An Airplane Window Using a Nikon D7000

Posted August 14, 2012 by John Soule

Photo opportunities that are often overlooked by air travelers are those that can be taken through an airplane’s window.  Often when travelers make an attempt at this special form of photography they become dissatisfied with their results.  I have been asked on numerous occasions ‘How did you get that shot?’  I must admit that shooting […]

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Europe

Opening Weekend of the 37th International Balloon Festival of Château-d’Oex

Posted January 27, 2015 by Dominique Schreckling

The opening weekend of the 37th edition of the International Balloon Festival of Château-d’Oex, from the 24th of January to the 1st of February 2015, closed on a beautiful sunny day. The two first days attracted over 5’000 visitors despite less than ideal weather conditions.

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Culture & Art

A Cultural Feast for the Senses

Posted August 27, 2011 by IMPress Archives

  Cultural immersion distinguishes a tourist from a traveler. And what better way to experience the Arab culture than exploring the historic Manama Suq in Manama, Bahrain. Located in the Arabian Gulf near Saudi Arabia, this small desert island nation is readily recognized as the leading financial hub of the Middle East. With its rich […]

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