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  1. Robb Report and Frosch transported guests to the “land of smiles” for a voyage to the kingdom of Thailand. The local guide and television personality Dan Frasier, of the Smiling Albino tour company,...
  2. Norman Carr established the first safari camp in Luangwa, Zambia, in 1950. In an era when African safaris were hunting expeditions, Carr persuaded visitors to observe and photograph animals instead...
  3. Beneath the awning at the entrance to the Wellesley, a new boutique hotel built on the original site of the Hyde Park Corner tube station, there are still vestiges of the old red subway tiles, and it...
  4. The 212 cemented Ferrari’s reputation as the sports-car maker for affluent driving enthusiasts and gentlemen racers. Ferrari produced the 212 from 1951 to 1952, offering a standard version and the...
  5. About 15 years ago, David Jensen—a civil-engineering professor at Brigham Young University—invented IsoTruss, a sturdy, three-dimensional, open-lattice structure made from a lightweight composite of...
  6. The company’s signature mixture of technical and aesthetic watchmaking is on display in the Bovet Amadeo Fleurier Virtuoso III ( www.bovet.com ). The open-worked watch combines a tourbillon with a...
  7. A two-month trip across the continent last year inspired the Colette Steckel Africa jewelry collection.
  8. The fourth pen in the company’s Great Characters collection, the Montblanc Great Characters Limited Edition Leonardo ( www.montblanc.com ) honors the Italian artist, scientist, and inventor Leonardo...
  9. The jewelry in the new Louis Vuitton Emprise Collection feature streamlined rectangular shapes that recall the art deco era.
  10. Caterham Bikes Carbon E-Bike, a brawny carbon-fiber-and-aluminum electric bicycle that looks like a motocross dirt bike.

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