Hartsdale, NY, Scarsdale Golf Club
Athens: Romancing The Relics
Dakar: French Twist
Prague: Versed In Versatility
Dubai: Duality Of Dubai
Atlanta: Rapid Ascent
In 1967, Atlanta architect and developer John Portman gave the city — my city — a certified civic symbol. It wasn’t as tall as the Empire State Building or as grand as the Golden Gate Bridge. But the new Hyatt Regency Atlanta, with the first-ever atrium lobby and a revolving restaurant on the top floor, shattered the old hotel mold. At the Hyatt, hallways had turned into balconies, and guests were encouraged to indulge in some “indoor sightseeing” — watching people ride up and down the glass-bubble elevators, for example, or sip cocktails amid the ferns and fountains below.
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Singapore: Singapore Zings
If Singapore is your first introduction to doing business in the Far East, count yourself lucky. Many seasoned travelers regard Singapore as “beginner’s Asia,” an ideal place to ease into a culture that can tend to be confusing.