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  1. I am standing in the shadows of the 11,000-foot-high Tête du Ruitor, staring down a spectacular powder ribbon along the French Alps’ Invernet Glacier.
  2. In his memoir Christ Stopped at Eboli , the Italian artist and antifascist activist Carlo Levi told the story of his capture and imprisonment by Mussolini’s government during World War II. Rather...
  3. An every-leaf-in-its-place French garden would seem out of place at the new Domaine de la Baume in Provence. The 99-acre resort—formerly the country estate of the 20th-century French expressionist...
  4. The anchorman stands at the top of the cliff, securing a rope for the young islanders who swing like Tarzan from ledge to ledge below. Pausing from time to time, the daredevils inspect the tiny,...
  5. The 800-year-old village of Castelfalfi was home to no more than a dozen people in 2007, when the German-owned multinational TUI purchased the 2,700-acre site.
  6. The Four Seasons joins a Ritz-Carlton and a Park Hyatt in the heart of Russia’s capital.
  7. The Rocket Speedster Concept quickly becomes either a four-seat or two-seat convertible. The carbon-fiber muscle car is a modified Mustang GT bolstered by aerodynamic body panels and a supercharged...
  8. Last year, Robb Report ’s inaugural dining guide, "America’s Finest Dining: 57 of Our Favorite Restaurants" (March 2007) highlighted some of the finest restaurants in the United States. We extended...
  9. The atmosphere is cool and dark within Awasi’s eight adobe houses, each of which has a straw roof and outdoor shower. Common spaces by the pool, in the open-air restaurant, and by the fire feel...