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COVER STORY: Paris
Paris will always be Paris
There is something captivating about Paris. I would have simply said that it is the name – but no, because as the French say, Paris is not merely for sightseeing, it is a place to be lived in. The 18th-century writer Jean-Baptiste Cresset said: "It is only in Paris that one truly lives; elsewhere one just vegetates."and I agree. The French capital has made a name for itself and earned a top place on most travellers’ list.

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April 2010

Views from the Travel Economist

EU and US Open Skies now a reality

Negotiators from both ends of the Atlantic have now struck a deal make permanent the 2007 open skies deal that expands the liberalization of the skies across the EU and U.S. - a pact once thought to be threatened over ownership rules.

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Recommended: Unique places to stay in Paris

Collector's dream home away from home at Hotel Daniel Paris

Chic, design and Class at the InterContinental, Paris Marceau

Grandeur and space at the Westin Paris

Spas and Healthy Lifestyle

Six Senses is “balancing senses” at rue de Castiglione in Paris

Among the frenzied hustle and bustle of Paris is a peaceful spa haven where you can go to have a “slow life” and actually come out not feeling guilty.
Six Senses has created its eight urban sanctuary in a quiet location next door to the Westin Paris and close to Place Vendome and Jardins des Tuileries.

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How to eat well in Paris

 

Chef of the Month

Enjoying a meal in Paris is an art. Breakfast in the brand new chic Restaurant m64 in the heart of Paris’ finest well-lit open kitchen is a feast. You can also celebrate a proposal over a gourmet dinner by blending the best of French, Mediterranean and Asian cuisine at Chef Bryce Leygonie’s Restaurant Daniel – Paris’ only Relais & Chateau boutique hotel restaurant.

Chef Bryce Leygonie of Restaurant Daniel

Tried and Tested Travel Gadgets

The slim chic “Superzoom” camera from Casio

The Casio EX-H10 12.1 megapixel is perfect for anyone who likes to carry gadgets discretely when travelling? The impressive new ultra-slim “Superzoom” camera has a 10X optical zoom allowing users to take pictures of entire buildings or far away objects without compromising on image quality.

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Travel News Update  

Airline News Round up

Emirsyah Satar, President & CEO - Indonesian Airlines

‘Immigration Now On-Board’ Garuda Indonesia
Fast track first-of-its-kind service available on Garuda Indonesia’s daily Amsterdam-Dubai-Jakarta route from June 2010 and it comes with warm Indonesian hospitality, quality service and comfort.
As from 2 June 2010, Indonesia’s national carrier, Garuda Indonesia, will introduce an ‘Immigration on-Board’ service ...read more

Singapore Airlines has launched its inaugural flight to Munich. The flight departed Singapore Changi Airport Terminal 3 on Sunday 28th March and was scheduled to arrive at Munich’s Franz Josef Strauß Airport at 0535hrs the following day and at 0635hrs depart Munich for Manchester (all times local).
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will launch a scheduled service between Amsterdam and Hangzhou Xiaoshan Airport in China on 8 May 2010. KLM is the first airline to offer direct service between Hangzhou and Europe.

Top tips for every traveller

Tip #6– Your travel insurance does not cover every disaster!
Which? Holiday urges the travel insurance industry to up its game

Rochelle Turner, Head of Research for Which? Holiday says:
“Holiday makers tend to assume that if they’ve taken out travel insurance, they’ll be covered for disasters beyond their control – an airline or hotel chain going bust, or getting caught up in an act of terrorism.

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