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10 of the Best Paladares in HavanaUntil recently, running a restaurant in Havana wasn’t just a business decision – it was almost an act of sedition. Since the 1960s, the primary venue for dinners out were state-run restaurants which weren’t exactly at the cutting-edge of culinary innovation. So, restaurants started opening up in family homes, behind closed doors – and for those who knew where to look, these so-called paladares in Havana were the place to find some of the city’s best food.

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Detroit Tech and Design: The Rebirth of Motor City

by ClaireBullen 2 weeks ago - last edited a week ago

Detroit Tech and Design | The Rebirth of Motor CityMotown. Motor City. But there’s another nickname that suits Detroit's character best of all, these days: Renaissance City. Certainly, the past 50 years haven’t always been kind to this once-mighty industrial capital. But while Detroit’s fortunes have risen and fallen, thanks to a startling new surge in Detroit tech, in the arts, in design and in independent business, the city is now poised at the start of a brilliant period of regeneration. Welcome, ladies and gentleman, to the new Detroit.

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A Grenada Food Tour

by Michele 3 weeks ago

A Grenada Food TourBlue water. Emerald hills. Swimmable beaches. Grenada and its sister islands of Carriacou and Petite Martinique are best known for their constellation of beautiful natural attractions. But these Windward Islands located in the eastern Caribbean are fast developing a different draw, a culinary scene that’s indie, ingredient-driven and sustainable. Here’s a run down on the best ways to get a taste of pure island life on a Grenada food tour.

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Where to Stay in TorontoToronto’s hotel scene is enjoying a happy renaissance. A boost of interest in its landmark hotels as well as an infusion of cash, high design and hip factor means there’s never been a better time to book a trip. To help you decide where to stay in Toronto, we’ve selected eight of the best hotels, where design and comfort meet.

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The Punchbowl Mayfair © Epicurean Collection.pngPlanning a visit to London this spring? Now the lighter evenings are finally here it’s time to ditch the winter wardrobe, come out of hibernation and witness the city come alive again. Check out our pick of London’s latest hotspots for gourmet British food, new riverfront views, fashionable hotel stays, and the best of the new season's glamour.

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A Guide to the Everglades National ParkThe River of Grass – the nickname bestowed upon the Everglades National Park by naturalist Marjory Stoneman Douglas – sounds like an impossible description. But one visit to this enormous subtropical wetland and you’ll see exactly what she meant…

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