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“Irish” Things that Aren’t Really Irish

by Shawn L Fitzpatrick Happy Saint Patrick’s Day! And in honor of March’s St. Patrick’s Day – millions of Americans get their Irish on and partake in all sorts of seemingly Irish practices. They sing “When Irish Eyes Are Smiling”...

Karl Lagerfeld Designed Buildings

by Joshua Levine The one and only Monsieur Karl brings his signature panache to the lobbies for the Estates at Acqualina. Karl Lagerfeld met me in the back of 7L, the bookstore he owns on the Rue de Lille in Paris, which is lined floor to super-high...

Explore Jordan’s Hidden Ancient Gem

by Shawn L Fitzpatrick Add the city of Jerash in the country of Jordan to your bucket list. Explore this hidden gem of Jordan many visitors to Petra never get to see. The ancient ruins of Jerash have long served as something of a little sister to the...

Airlines with the Best Legroom

by John Webber If you are worried about international regular main cabin Economy Coach Class legroom – worry no more, for we have the scoop on the best airlines to book and fly on. Price-conscious travelers with long legs should book their international...

Supersonic Jet Travel by 2023

by J Paul Webber Supersonic air travel could be back in a little more than five years from now, if an envisioned aeroplane that aims to replace the now retired British Air & Air France branded Concorde Supersonic Jets; takes to the skies. Boom...

The Busiest Airports in the World

by John Webber The airport always seems like a busy place – especially if you are rushing to catch a flight. But there are some that constantly house packed terminals, overflowing security lines and restaurants with not enough tables to match the...

Francis Ford Coppola’s Italian Resort

by Stephan Faris / Departures Magazine With his latest resort, the Filmmaker returns to his Southern Italian roots. Francis Ford Coppola lifts a dirt-encrusted root from the plate in front of him. It’s reddish brown, bulb shaped, unassuming, a little...

Japan Naoshima Island’s Art Empire

by Julian Sancton / Departures Magazine How a small, sleepy archipelago in Japan’s Seto Inland Sea became a contemporary Art Empire. The first masterpiece you see as the ferry approaches Naoshima, a subtropical island in the Seto Inland Sea that...

Miho Museum: Worth the Detour

by John Webber This Japanese museum’s sacred beauty is worth the detour – even though it is an hour outside Kyoto. The most spectacular aspect of the Miho Museum, nestled in a nature preserve outside Shigaraki, an hour southeast of Kyoto,...

Faberge, The Tsar and the Danish Royal Family

by Shawn L Fitzpatrick What do you give a person who has everything? Or perhaps more specifically, what do you give a princess, prince, or queen? Museet på Koldinghus (Koldinghus Museum) in Jutland, Denmark, offers at least one answer with their extensive...



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