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The Editorialist TRAVEL & LIFESTYLE MAGAZINE
By @izisimundic & @jcseelenmeyer
http://theeditorialist.com.au
The Editorialist TRAVEL & LIFESTYLE MAGAZINE
By @izisimundic & @jcseelenmeyer
http://theeditorialist.com.au
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A stroll down Avenue Kléber, and you will realise this is right where you want to be, a mere moment from the Arc de Triomphe, while in walking distance to some of the most elaborate museums and luxury shopping districts in Paris. The area is also home to an array of chic Parisian eateries, and of course, to the very grand Peninsula Paris. Some spaces were just meant for incredible things, and this is one of them.
 
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Taking a step back in time to the roaring twenties, into the golden age of travel, a time when the world eyes were first cast upon the Orient Express. The Orient Express was an expression of luxury and opulence well beyond its era, particularly at a time when travelling was still considered rough and treacherous. If you’re curious whether the art of discovery and voyaging is still alive, it most certainly is. #feature
 
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Deep in the untouched landscapes of the South Island, resting upon the emotive Lake Wakatipu is a sanctuary so welcoming, you might just never want to leave. #feature1
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The Amalfi Coast is certainly the romantic pulse of Italy; seducing visitors with its famous coastlines and the lemon-tree lined hilltop towns of Positano, Amalfi and Ravello. The road connecting the coast is windy and narrow, but absolutely magnificent. The kind of Italian magic you won't find anywhere else, and as Sophia Loren said (like a true Italian) "Everything you see I owe to pasta."
 
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Queenstown really is the heart of New Zealand, the pulse lies somewhere between the dramatic landscape, the glistening Lake Wakatipu and the sense of adventure that is forever presenting itself.
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