Rolls-Royce, Ferrari, Cartier, Audemars Piguet, Feadship and more. The 2003 Luxury Portfolio. The best autos, boats, motorcycles, golf, travel, home and design, electronics, art and more.
Move over, professional range. The Internet refrigerator is taking control of the kitchen.
Suspend your judgment for a moment. U-vola, the bizarre-looking watermelon-shaped speaker from Italy, is not a passing gimmick.
Since 1974, Gerard Widdershoven has guided New Yorkers in their pursuit of Art Deco delights. He helped form the Walter Chrysler Jr.
“I signed a lease at the Pacific Design Center before I knew what I was going to sell,” jokes Janice Feldman, founder of Janus et Cie.
Few pieces of furniture are as voluptuous as the chaise longue—it is the prime perch for lounging around and daydreaming. And few are as impractical as the Barcelona daybed.
As a boy growing up in England, James Dyson’s fascination with vacuum cleaners began with the high-pitched scream of the motor and the odor of dust that permeated the room.
For proof that the Italians are still on the cutting edge of kitchen design, look no further than Boffi.
An all-in-one home cinema in which everything is included save speakers and a monitor can almost provide a full-scale theater experience.
Today, an audio system can emphasize aesthetics without compromising sonics because manufacturers of traditional (read: massive and utilitarian) audiophile electronics have learned to downsize wit
However enveloping surround sound feels, the pinnacle for pure music playback resolutely remains stereo. Purists believe that the only way to listen to music is with the venerable vinyl LP.
To develop a home theater unconstrained by space and price, the DVD player of choice is the top-loading TAG McLaren Audio DVD32R.
The true measuring stick of a home automation system is the controller—not the visible touchpanels or keypads.
Managing music made easy—that is the idea behind ReQuest Multimedia’s ARQ Tera Zone 750 ($20,000) music server and touchpad controller.
A slew of companies offer lighting control, but none matches the versatility of Lutron’s HomeWorks Interactive.
During the Renaissance, in an age before the advent of the museum, Europe’s learned noblemen competed to amass the rarest and most provocative items the world had to offer.
It is hard to imagine a time when collecting Fabergé eggs was considered foolish, but that was apparently so when Alexander Schaffer sought the objects during the 1930s.
Although antiques are often functional, few were originally designed as professional-quality tools.
Sitting on a green Georgian sofa that was on display in his firm’s booth at the TEFAF Maastricht fair earlier this year, Lanto Synge, managing director of Mallett, explained what makes the carved
In the 1970s Ralph Pucci took his parents’ mannequin repair business and transformed it into a manufacturer of high-style mannequins that were more fluid sculpture than frozen clotheshorse.
Over the past 25 years, Wolfgang Oehme and James van Sweden have stealthily revolutionized the American landscape.
“I think traditional style is the best,” says Nicky Haslam, who has decorated for the best, from Natalie Wood to Ringo Starr, Sir Rocco and Lady Forte, Sir Evelyn de Rothschild, and Charles Saatch
Florist extraordinaire Michael George (212.883.0304, www.michaelgeorge flowers.com) never packs a vase with a riotous ra
The term “room with a view” assumes new meaning at the Costa Careyes resort, where three majestic bluff-side villas, the Castillos de Careyes, preside over miles of pristine Mexican shoreline.
You will find the new Spa Palazzo at the Boca Raton Resort & Club on Florida’s Gold Coast. But don’t be surprised if, during a visit, you begin craving paella, tapas, and sangria.
Built in the early 19th century, the landmark Hotel de Russie—ideally situated on Rome’s chic Via del Babuino, near the Spanish Steps—drew a wealthy and royal crowd for more than 100 years before
Nashville, Tenn., long renowned for country music and the Grand Ole Opry, has never enjoyed a comparable reputation for world-class lodging.
With only 21 expansive suites, no children, a new European spa, and an endless stretch of white beach and striking turquoise water, Grace Bay Club on the island of Providenciales in the Caribbean’
Hotel Bel-Air is not for those seeking the hip Hollywood or California beach scenes.
There is a saying that the farther north you travel in Florida, the farther south you get.
The Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi, which opened in October adjacent to Tokyo Station, is a perfect base from which to experience the city’s energy and vigor.
Dawn was just breaking over the Paris skyline as my limousine moved down the Champs-Elysées and turned onto a quiet, tree-lined side street before slowing to a stop in front of an elegant, white s
The Ritz-Carlton, St. Thomas, located on the secluded eastern tip of the island, is like no other Ritz-Carlton.
Like an oasis in paradise, Mauna Lani Bay Hotel & Bungalows occupies 3,200 acres on the Kona Kohala coastline.
Formerly a 1960s-era jet-setters’ resort, the Ocean Club on Paradise Island in the Bahamas has reclaimed its past glamour after a $100 million restoration effort.
Bora Bora Nui Resort & Spa makes the most of its location, a site that author James Michener called “the most beautiful lagoon in the world.” The glass-floored lobby offers a unique view of th
It is ironic that in Southern California, the region of the United States most closely associated with fun in the sun, resorts are typically located across the highway from the sand, causing guest
From start to finish, Cathay Pacific provides a superior travel experience for the discriminating first-class passenger.
Take the interior of a Rolls-Royce, the hospitality of a five-star hotel, and the epicurean delights of a gourmet restaurant, and send them 33,000 feet in the air.
Alsace is a region known for cuisine that combines the soulfulness of rural French cooking with the rich, earthy flavors of its neighbor, Germany.
Although Rudd Estate is a relative newcomer, the winery’s Rudd Estate 1999 Chardonnay Russian River Valley Bacigalupi Vineyard nevertheless bears a potent pedigree.
While the Sauternes and Barsacs continue to reign supreme over the kingdom of dessert wines, U.S.
Great painters have their signature styles—a certain flair for lines, a subtlety of color, of shadow—that make any subject their own.
When we think of white wine, Chardonnay generally leaps to mind.
Cultivated for centuries in the northern Rhône region of France, Viognier is a well-bodied and fragrant white wine that, until recently, received little attention outside of its native realm.
Some legends begin with a grand gesture that, like a wave, washes the subject into history; others begin with a slow trickle that gradually gathers strength.
When the London office of Sotheby’s hired Robert Bowman in 1978, it did more than rescue him from accounting school; it introduced him to the world of art.
Master blender Jean-Marc Olivier has captured 200 years of history in a bottle. Olivier dipped into the Courvoisier paradis vault to create a fusion of historic vintages spanning generations of tradition at this noted house.
Laphroaig is not a whisky for beginners. It is a malt to be pondered as much as sipped—a unique spirit that demands one’s attention, which it rewards with intense, quirky, idiomatic flavors.
When the legendary Max Schubert first created the experimental Penfolds Grange Hermitage in the 1950s, he was reviled by both the press and wine industry.
Taittinger vineyards, with approximately 600 acres of vines, are among the most extensive in Champagne.
Despite an influx of increasingly lovely Pinot Noirs, Sauvignon Blanc is still New Zealand’s hallmark varietal.
Rather than controlling disparate vineyard plots, as most Burgundy domaines do, Bonneau du Martray is a single, contiguous estate.
From his birthplace in Austria’s Burgenland region, not far from the Hungarian border, Alois Kracher makes some of the best sweet wines in the world.
Dry River is one of New Zealand’s most talked about, yet least accessible, wines.
When members of the wine press first tasted the 2000 vintage Bordeaux barrel samples, they stumbled over themselves for adjectives to describe what was perhaps the best year since the extraordinar
American wine importers John and Harry Mariani created Castello Banfi just a couple of decades ago, yet the vineyard projects the aura of a wine estate that has been in continual operation since t
Barossa Valley Estate originally started as a growers’ cooperative in 1985, when 80 third- and fourth-generation Barossa Valley growers united to address dwindling prices and disappearing markets.
While collectors clamor for the 2000 Bordeaux vintage, and critics dull their pencil leads with praise for Australia, Spain has quietly emerged as the world’s most exciting wine-producing country.
A few years ago, Peter Galassi, head of the photography department at New York’s Museum of Modern Art, decided to deaccession a number of photographs by French photographer Eugène Atget.
James Roundell gained more than expertise in Impressionist and modern paintings during his 22 years at the London office of Christie’s.
Admirers of Pinot Noir find few similarities between the red wines of Burgundy and the Pinots of California, whose unrestrained Mediterranean-like weather gives the fruit an intense ripeness that
The origins of California’s most characteristic wine were unknown until recently, when researchers traced the Zinfandel grape to vineyards of Croatia.
Paso Robles, which lies inland from San Simeon along California’s Central Coast, is without doubt one of the exciting wine regions in the United States, thanks largely to the creative and entrepre
The increasing fascination among U.S. winemakers with Bordeaux-style blends has yielded some admirable releases, yet none has managed to dislodge Joseph Phelps from its preeminence in this arena.
The second most widely incorporated Bordeaux grape, Merlot, suffered unjustly in the 1980s at the hands of indifferent winemakers, whose mass-market goal was to produce a kinder, gentler alternati
Sixty feet below the grinding clatter of modern Paris’ streets—deep within the warrenlike recesses of an old quarry from which the blocks of the Arc de Triomphe were taken—lies a remarkable wine c
For the past 15 years, Zuni Café chef Judy Rodgers has been relying on ingredients such as raw kumomoto oysters, sand dabs, and free-range organic chickens to prepare meals that can raise your con
At L’Arpège, chef Alain Passard’s three-star Michelin restaurant in Paris, vegetables are the kitchen’s focus.
Citarella, on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, has been acclaimed as one of the premier seafood retailers in the United States.
Easily bored, chef Thomas Keller continues to challenge himself and the world of gastronomy.
Das Fletschhorn, in the exclusive, car-free resort of Saas-Fee, Switzer-land, proves that it is possible to enjoy first-rate dining in the mountains.
As indicated by a résumé that includes a doctorate in biochemistry from Princeton and a cooking stint with madcap chef Bobby Flay, chef Patricia Yeo is both brainy and passionate.
Despite the formal atmosphere of Taillevent, which features Louis XVI decor and a phalanx of tuxedoed waiters, the staff of the Paris landmark conveys a genuine sense of warmth.
From the moment you enter Alain Ducasse at the Essex House until you step out to the streets of Manhattan, your senses are indulged with a series of unique, remarkable pleasures.
The company reputed to have made the first croquet set continues to make the best sets.
Scharffen Berger chocolate maker (800.930.4528, www.scharffenberger.com), the producers of the world’s tastiest chocolates, d
An eye for quality and an aptitude for taste are not the same thing.
Corsica, home island of Napoléon Bonaparte, often plays second fiddle to Italy’s neighboring Sardinia, where Europe’s beautiful people tend to gather at the Agha Khan’s Costa Smeralda resort area.
At its base, Roaring Fork Club in Basalt, Colo., is an invitation-only private club designed to appeal equally to golfers and fly fishermen.
Homeowners at Greenbrier Sporting Club, a new gated community in White Sulphur Springs, W.
Developer Lyle Anderson’s newest community is Hokuli’a on the Big Island of Hawaii.
An “environmentally sensitive golf community” may sound like the mother of all oxymorons, but the developers of Santa Lucia Preserve, Tom Gray and his partner, the late Pete Stocker, really had no
You don’t need to travel thousands of miles to experience an internationally flavored golf resort, and in this day and age, that is good news.
Golf in France? Mais oui! In fact, the game has been expanding rapidly throughout the république in the last decade or two.
New York financier Julian Robertson and his wife, Josie, traveled a long way from home to create a top-notch golfer’s retreat.
A golfer making a pilgrimage to Scotland will find no shortage of outstanding accommodations. There are the Edwardian grandiosities of Gleneagles and Turnberry, the modern resort hotels in St.
It has become almost a cliché to include the Lodge at Pebble Beach on any list of the country’s top golf resorts.
Marketers love to use the term “links” when referring to a golf course, attempting to evoke that Olde Sod sentimentality.
You learn to move slowly at the Lodge and Spa at Cordillera, a golf resort perched nearly 10,000 feet above sea level, overlooking the Vail valley.
Driving down the elegant Avenue of Oaks and pulling into the courtyard entrance of the Lodge at Sea Island is reminiscent of arriving at an English manor that has been in the same family since Tud
In at least one respect, polo is not unlike basketball. In the sport of kings, a key to success is the ability to move without the ball, or so says Maj.
Watches with flamboyant dials suggesting a distinct flavor of yesteryear have become so popular that they are as much the province of marketing directors as designers.
When Vhernier introduced its jewelry at New York’s Bergdorf Goodman in March, even the store’s most urbane clientele could not help but take notice of the colorful, innovative, and daring new desi
There is a reason why Andean considers itself the Rolls-Royce of glove makers.
Sportswear: Ermenegildo Zegna
Suits: Oxxford Clothes
“I wouldn’t reveal my techniques, even if I were tortured,” says Italian jewelry designer Orlando Orlandini, while his face beams with a characteristically warm and embracing smile.
It took nearly five years to accumulate the harmoniously matched South
For the connoisseur with an appetite for the rarest and most unusual diamonds, colored diamonds are the ultimate pièces de résistance.
“Jewelry can be colorful, large, and fun without appearing pretentious,” declares James Taffin de Givenchy, whose designs undoubtedly fit this description.
Louis Cartier was undoubtedly one of the world’s greatest arbiters of jewelry style.
One of Italy’s oldest and most respected pen companies pays homage to Venice with the $850 limited edition Omas Emozioni di Carnevale (the emotions of carnival).
The Montegrappa America’s Cup fountain pen celebrates its namesake competition with low-relief engravings depicting the designs that adorn the sailing trophy.
The moderately sized, Art Deco–inspired Loiminchay Opus represents a departure from the pen maker’s previous collections of extra-large pens featuring Eastern design influences.
The latest limited edition fountain pen from Marlen, a 21-year-old Italian company renowned for the smooth operation of its writing instruments, has been designed with a novel and clever feature:
Jaeger-LeCoultre has created the most impressive jewelry watch of
While Glashutte Original’s PanoReserve is definitely an eye-catcher, the real reason this model has been so exuberantly embraced by watch aficionados is that—as a perfect representation of the Ger
Even a watch novice can recognize that there is something special about Vacheron Constantin’s 247 with a 31-day retrograde calendar.
ts are built as integrated units for extra displays ratherDress watch fans have something to celebrate now that serious suits are back in fashion.
Everyone wants a wristwatch that is part mechanical genius and part great design. This year, Michel Parmigiani has endowed a single watch with liberal helpings of both.
Alan Flusser (212.888.4500) literally wrote the book on dressing the world’s most elegant men.
Contrary to popular opinion that has undoubtedly been perpetuated by Britain’s climate, the English did not invent the umbrella. The word, and presumably the origin, derives from Italy.
Even with climate-controlled cedar closets to preserve fine fabrics and keep moths at bay, clothing takes a pounding from the wear and tear of frequent use.
Hats made from toquilla straw, which comes from the Carludovica palmata plant in South America, predate the Spanish Conquest of the 16th century.
When you think of James Robinson (212.752.6166, www.jrobinson.com)—a 91-year-old New York antiques shop specializing in 18th-, 19th-, and ea
In today’s horsepower-crazed market, it is a rare occasion when an auto- maker dials down performance in a second edition.
I have long argued that the Porsche 911 is the most sensible sports car on the planet.
When the Dodge Viper was introduced in 1992, it immediately became a laughing matter. Its external, side-mounted exhaust pipes barbecued drivers’ calves.
When all personal preferences have been considered, and all Asian poseurs and American pretenders have been set aside, enthusiasts are left with just two pure and uncompromised sports cars to pond
Becker Automotive Design clients usually make three requests.
A drive in a Brabus K8 near the company’s headquarters in Bottrop, Germany, seemed destined for disappointment.
Take a narrow-body Porsche 911, insert heavily modified turbochargers, replace the exhaust and intakes with deeper breathing units, remap the engine management system, graft on more efficient and
Canepa Design has transformed the oversize Tonka truck known as the Hummer H2 into the $100,000 Canepa Hummer H2.
The openings in the Washington lawyer’s appointment book were becoming increasingly scarce. Meetings piled up, cases kept coming, and the workdays stretched into the evenings.
For all of the braggadocio exhibited by its muscle-bound, boxlike exterior, the Hummer H2’s interior is surprisingly modest: no hand-stitched leather, no wooden steering wheel, no audiophile sound
The audacious styling of the space-age Infiniti FX45 might prompt many to think that the production SUV is a concept car.
Being in the Volkswagen Touareg is like relaxing in your house: Everything is exactly how and where you want it. Switches are aligned perfectly with your hand.
The civility of the $48,310 Lincoln Navigator is evident before you even set foot in the SUV.
If the Porsche Cayenne Turbo did not have a 450-hp engine, if it did not possess a 165-mph top speed, and if it could not outrun every SUV and most sports cars on the planet, it would still be the
If you were to blend an American heavyweight with an Italian superbike, the result would be the Ecosse Heretic.
Although the Panoz name has been associated exclusively with Le Mans racing, the Panoz Esperante, a race-ready performer that can double as a daily driver, has expanded the realm of the Georgia-ba
The long road of automotive history is littered with the carcasses of supercar wanna-bes.
The Aprilia RSV Mille 1000 R has been fashioned with hard lines, shapely contours, and bold race-replica graphics that, at triple-digit speeds, meld into a blurred streak of beauty.
With readings that reach an astound-ing 17,000 rpm, the tachometer of the MV Agusta F4 Senna reveals the essence of the Italian bike: power.
For the Ducatisti, the appeal of the Ducati 999, with its flared seat and pinched waist, has as much to do with sex as with speed.
Examine the odometer of a typical BMW R1200C, and you will likely find numbers reminiscent of those in an arcade game.
Even the creator of the Confederate Hellcat G2 acknowledges that the motorcycle is not tuned for long-distance cruising, flat-out speed, or even brief neighborhood jaunts.
The Victory Vegas needed a major overhaul. Riders criticized its sleepy styling, rattling transmission, and abrupt shifting.
A casual idea evolved into a project that formed the most unlikely union of motorcycle design talent.
The Maserati Coupe features Cambiocorsa, a Formula One–style paddle-shifting system that simulates the experience of using the race-tuned mechanisms in Ferrari’s championship machines.
No car reflects the culture of its country of origin more than the British-built Aston Martin DB7 Vantage, the little brother to the mighty Vanquish.
I approached the Cadillac XLR with high expectations, imagining that the engineers on GM’s most prestigious project would have gone to great lengths to deliver a car capable of competing with some
While all great cars have at least one party trick, the Mercedes-Benz SL55 has three. Trick number one: the burble.
The V-12 is becoming a very expensive item, as evidenced by the $300,000-plus, 12-cylinder-powered Rolls-Royce Phantom and Mercedes- Benz Maybach.
In a world populated by car thieves, carjackers, kidnappers, and radar-armed highway patrolmen, driving a discreet sedan makes more than a little sense.
We thought that it would be impossible to experience a better blend of elegance and performance than the one served up by the Mercedes-Benz E500—until AMG dangled the keys of the latest Mercedes E
During the overly harsh New England winter, we discovered that on those frigid but sunny days the cabin of the $62,400 Jaguar S-Type R was one of the coziest and most comfortable places around.
At first glance, the restrained styling of the Audi RS6’s exterior—along with the interior’s gray poplar woods, matte aluminum accents, and leather seating—speaks of grace and elegance.
When is a car not a car? When it is a Mercedes-Benz Maybach 62.
One Pilatus PC-12 owner piles his guns and ammunition into the plane when he goes on hunting trips.
Reaching a destination quickly is not always enough. If you also want to turn some heads while taxiing on the runway, then consider the Lancair Columbia 350.
If a Porsche 911 Turbo had wings, it would be the Socata TBM 700.
The single finest feature on the $289,400 Cirrus SR22 is one that Cirrus Design hopes its owners will never have to employ.
The speed, technology, and comfort of the Dassault Falcon 2000 made the jet one of the best-selling aircraft last year; one out of every five large-cabin business jets sold in 2002 was the twin-en
By next year, the new Gulfstream 500 and 550 will become the company’s standard-bearers for long-distance travel. Until then, the Gulfstream V remains the flagship for the fleet of business jets.
For pure performance in a midsize jet, the Cessna Citation X stands alone.
For owners seeking megayacht amenities in a manageable 100-foot yacht, the Azimut Leonardo 98 offers big-boat qualities along with the sporty stylishness of an open Italian cruiser.
The Ferretti 810 is only a foot longer than the Ferretti 80, its forerunner, but those extra 12 inches make a mile of a difference.
Most sport yachts include salons that are nestled within their hulls.
Rainbow Warrior, Jeff Gordon’s nickname, is aptly depicted in his racecar’s garish, multicolored paint job.
The Outerlimits Offshore Powerboats 37 GTX is the seagoing equivalent of a Shelby Cobra.
From afar, the teak-decked Wally WallyTender resembles a classic, angular, 1930s-era wooden runabout.
Available in a choice of seven different colors, the 44-foot Riva Rivarama is certain to turn heads in a sea of ubiquitous white vessels.
Last year, Cigarette introduced the 46-foot Stealth, a one-off concept boat with futuristic features such as digital instrumentation and a thermal imaging system.
For years, Fountain Powerboats has built machines that specialize in performance.
Yapluka Yachts, which has been designing and building high-quality catamarans for European owners for the last four years, is currently building two 70-footers—including one for the company’s firs
For several years, the Extra 300 has been the aircraft of choice for aerobatic pilots on the air show circuit.
It is not surprising that the Robinson R44 has become the best-selling helicopter in the world. Its $300,000 price is more affordable than the Rolls-Royce Phantom.
An abundance of storage space and long-range capabilities make the Agusta A109E Power the perfect helicopter for heavy-duty flights such as hauling equipment or shuttling family members and gear t
In 1996, a Bell 430 whizzed around the world in 17 days, 6 hours, 14 minutes, and 25 seconds, setting a record for the fastest global helicopter flight.
With the S-76C+, its most current version of the S-76, Sikorsky remains at the forefront of the increasingly competitive executive transport segment of the helicopter market.
When it comes to the aircraft they will be using, Bombardier Flexjet owners enjoy the pick of the litter.
While other fractional providers offer long-range business jets such as the Gulfstream V and Boeing Business Jet, CitationShares takes a different approach.
For the heavy-duty executive traveler who requires more than 50 hours of fractional flight time per year, NetJets offers unparalleled service and selection.
For passengers who seek access to the world’s largest fleet of fractional aircraft but do not plan on flying more than 25 hours per year, Marquis Jet Partners offers an optimal program.
When Flight Options merged with Raytheon’s TravelAir last year, it instantly became the second-largest fractional ownership provider, behind only NetJets.
The standard fractional ownership experience can include five-year commitments, costly management fees, and unwanted shares whose value—if you attempt to sell them back to the provider—can depreci
For his voyage around the world, the sailor who would come to own Abeking & Rasmussen’s Alithia wanted a yacht that was fast and safe.
In response to a request from a pair of its most loyal clients, Nautor’s Swan, a Finnish company that has traditionally manufactured production sailboats as large as 80 feet long, designed and bui
For more than two decades, three sailboats named Borkumriff—each one slightly larger than the previous version—were the vessels of choice for a German owner.
A 10-passenger sailboat built recently by Perini Navi was in danger of never making it into the water.
No matter how charming the guests aboard your yacht can be, occasions arise when you seek privacy in places other than your stateroom.
The invitation to board Campbell Bay, the 146-foot Hakvoort yacht, sounded more like a plea than a request. “I need to take you on my boat,” said the vessel’s owner, Peggy Bey.
With its pale gray hull and minimalist interior, Skat, the 233-foot Lurssen megayacht, stands out in a crowd.
In flight, privacy and space are precious commodities, and British Airways offers both with its private cabins. Inside the cabins, seats recline flat to become comfortable, 6-foot-6-inch beds.
Camper & Nicholsons (954.524.4250, www.cnconnect.com) has been a yacht industry leader for nearly 150 years, and its charter services—on
Visit El Tamarindo Golf Resort, and you will feel as though you have been stranded on a desert island, one from which you will not want to be rescued.
With the release of the Big Pilot’s Watch, the International Watch Co. of Schaffhausen, Switzerland, has literally and figuratively put it all together.
Audemars Piguet unveiled its Royal Oak Concept watch to some of its most important retailers by intentionally dropping the $155,000 tourbillon on the floor.
What began as a competition devolved into a laugher.
There is no escaping the work of Philippe Starck. The Frenchman has designed everything from toothbrushes to South Beach hotels and Aprilia motorcycles to European disposal sites.
The new Phantom is the most controversial and anticipated Rolls-Royce ever introduced, and it is easy to understand why.
When retooling the 2003 Jaguar XKR, Ford’s Premier Automotive Group knew enough to leave the Quick Change flawless exterior virtually untouched.
The Boeing Business Jet carries out its primary mission superbly. The $45 million aircraft cruises at 541 mph, has a range of more than 7,000 miles, and can transport as many as 50 passengers.
In compiling a best-of list, you could choose the scientific path and diligently identify all of the candidates, scrutinize them to the micron, and attempt to be completely rational and fair about
For years, Swiss watchmakers have adhered to the belief that women do not like to fuss with their watches.
Usually, the less said about bathrooms the better, but those of the St. Regis Mardavall Resort Mallorca on Spain’s Mallorca Island provide vivid examples of the resort’s attention to detail.