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Aer Lingus Business Class: Value Without Compromise

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Explore the Business of Pleasure in Ireland

IRELAND’S DRAMATIC COASTLINES, countryside charm and vibrant cities make it the ideal destination to mix business and pleasure. In addition to a high standard of facilities for meetings, conferences and corporate events, the country offers an exciting array of activities to discover outside the boardroom. With such a diverse range… [read more]

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Fire Walker in Fiji

Fiji’s Fire Walkers Provide Red-Hot Entertainment

By Marlene Goldman

Like runway models lining up for the catwalk, about a half-dozen Fijian warriors wait their turn to deliberately saunter barefoot over a pile of scorching rocks. The product of an ancient legend rather than circus sideshow, Fijian fire walkers trace their roots to Beqa, a remote island off the coast… [read more]

Asiatique the Riverfront, Bangkok

Find Entertainment Galore At Bangkok’s Premier Night Market

By Maxine Albert

Things are hopping in Bangkok at Asiatique the Riverfront, the city’s newest night market and lifestyle venue. Located by the Chao Phraya River at Chareonkrung Soi 74-76, the Riverfront was designed to evoke nostalgia for Bangkok’s past as a trading post during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, transforming… [read more]

Jost Van Dyke, British Virgin Islands

Foxy Lady, Or How My Picture Appeared In Playboy

By Dale Leatherman

The inter-island ferry chugged along the east coast of Jost Van Dyke — the smallest of the British Virgin Islands’ four main islands but a favorite stop for the yachting crowd and tourists. We went ashore at the Great Harbour dock and walked past beachfront shops and bars to Foxy’s,… [read more]

Chopin Museum, Warsaw

Have A Look And A Listen At Warsaw’s Interactive Chopin Museum

By Steve Jermanok

Anyone with an interest in classical music will want to visit The Chopin Museum, dedicated to the great composer who was born in Warsaw. Stretching over four floors, the museum is now interactive thanks to the latest technology, so you can listen to Chopin’s finest pieces while perusing his letters,… [read more]

Istanbul metro

Stay On Track With The Ever-Expanding İstanbul Metro

By Ron Bernthal

The fastest way to move around İstanbul is by the city’s relatively new and efficient metro. Opened in 1989, the system now has four lines, 65 stations and, like the city itself, continues to expand rapidly in all directions. A rail tunnel under the Bosporus Strait opened last year connecting… [read more]

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