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  1. With the goal of creating the world’s most precious pen, artist David Montalto di Fragnito spent two years working with Italian writing instrument manufacturer Montegrappa to produce the Peace Pen...
  2. Winston Churchill, Franklin Roosevelt, Dwight Eisenhower, Douglas MacArthur, and virtually every other figure who played a major role in the waging of World War II is represented in a collection of...
  3. As has been our holiday tradition over the last two decades, we present our annual Ultimate Gift Guide, a collection of 21 exceptional items and experiences offered exclusively to Robb Report readers...
  4. A giant banyan tree—symbol of serenity, wisdom, and longevity—grows next to nearly every temple ruin in Polynesia. In erecting its new Marù Spa, a shrine to such virtues, the Bora Bora Lagoon Resort...
  5. For the traveler accustomed to navigating through Europe and South America with a smattering of French, German, and Spanish, the language barrier in Shanghai—as in the rest of China—can be a humbling...
  6. Among travelers, there exists a hierarchical pyramid, somewhat like the food pyramid. At the base are the risk-averse who stay close to their accustomed tastes—the white-bread/brioche group. At the...
  7. If the turtles are any indication, the Fairmont Orchid (808.885.2000, www.fairmont.com ) may have the Big Island’s best sunbathing beach. “There’s a refuge for endangered Hawaiian green sea turtles...
  8. The Marquis Los Cabos (877.238.9399, www.marquisloscabos.com ) takes advantage of its beachfront setting on the tip of Mexico’s Baja Peninsula. The resort’s open architectural style allows you to see...
  9. With the recent addition of the final jewel in its trio of private villas, the Altamer resort (264.498.4000, www.altamer.com ) in Anguilla is now complete. African Sapphire, a 14,000-square-foot...
  10. In 1939, Swedish industrialist Axel Wenner-Gren built his Shangri-la on the white-sand beaches north of Nassau, the Bahamas. His creation, which he in fact named Shangri-La, remained a private home...

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