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Gifts by the sea

Stanley Moss samples some of the freshest food that the sea has to offer, and finds the perfect wines to accompany them, in two very different locations, tied by the heritage of their names: Inverness, California, and Scrabster, Scotland
photographed by Paula Sweet

 


Earthy luxury in French Polynesia

From Bora Bora’s posh, polished pearl boutiques to Tahiti’s urban beach scene to the rough-hewn elegance of resorts on her other islands, there’s something for every taste
by Elyse Glickman
photographed by the author

 

 

Lucire 2014 | The global fashion magazineSimply irie-sistible
Forget the package deal and go à la carte! Jamaica boasts a treasure trove of unique lodging options, fresh island fare and unexpected cultural surprises
by Elyse Glickman
from issue 28 of Lucire

 


A tale of four cities

Stanley Moss has spent the last four months city-hopping, between Firenze, Paris, Venezia and Aix-en-Provence, reporting here on his hotel finds and occasional local colour
photographed by Paula Sweet

 


Great Milanese dining, to boot

Thomas Salme rates Ristorante Botinero as one of his favourites in Milano, where you will be treated like a prince—or a professional football player—and with good reason
photographed by the author

 


Berlin for beginners

Elyse Glickman has a short time in which to make the most of Berlin, and manages to get a good taste of the German capital
photographed by the author

 

 

Lucire 2014 | The global fashion magazineOn the scent of black truffles
Stanley Moss goes in search of the elusive black truffle in an unsuspecting French village
photographed by Paula Sweet

 


Frankfurt: bright lights, medium-sized city

Elyse Glickman heads to Frankfurt, every inch the business town, and manages to duck out for outlet shopping in Wertheim Village, in part two of our German travel series
photographed by the author and courtesy Wertheim Village

 

 

Lucire: VolanteDüsseldorf: ready for Rhine time
Elyse Glickman traces the footsteps of a former colleague, who described Düsseldorf as the ‘Paris’ of the Rhine
photographed by the author

 

 

Lucire: Volante Natale a Venezia
Venezia returns to its true state, free of its usual swarms of tourists, for Christmas. Stanley Moss looks at how the city transforms for the season
photographed by the author

 

 

Lucire: Volante The back streets of Verona
Stanley Moss goes beyond the façade of Verona and discovers gems in its back streets
photographed by Paula Sweet

 

 

Lucire: Volante What’s new in the old town of Amsterdam
As the van Gogh Museum and Rijksmuseum reopen after years of renovation, Elyse Glickman reports Amsterdam lives up to its reputation as one of Europe’s most artistically exciting cities in other ways
photographed by the author

 

 

Lucire 2013 | The global fashion magazine Living Toscana’s best
Stanley Moss samples the best of Toscana, sampling luxury properties and dining in Firenze, Volterra and San Gimignano
photographed by Paula Sweet

 

 

Lucire 2013 | The global fashion magazine What do you think about that?
Stanley Moss has alternative perspectives on previewing the Biennale di Venezia
photographed by Paula Sweet

 

 

Lucire 2013 | The global fashion magazineTwo Parisian hideaways
Stanley Moss looks at two distinctive Parisian hotels on opposite sides of town, with very different characters
photographs by Paula Sweet and courtesy Hôtel Le A

 

 

Lucire 2013 | The global fashion magazineTwo plus sides to Vicenza
Vicenza, in the Veneto, is a hidden jewel that is well worth exploring. Stanley Moss looks at two properties, on opposite ends of the design scale, that are united by personal service
photographed by Paula Sweet

 

 

Lucire 2013 | The global fashion magazineReaching the pinnacle
There is still gold in the hills and mountains at Yosemite National Park, where you can experience old California, 21st-century luxury and adventure travel in the space of a single weekend, says Elyse Glickman
some photographs by the author

 

 

Lucire 2013 | The global fashion magazineA taste of Chicago, 2013-style
Elyse Glickman finds Chicago very much a food lovers’ paradise, with sumptuous steaks, hearty farm-to-table fare, dressed-up hot dogs and deep-dish pizzas
photographed by the author, Jess Smith, Jeff Kauck and Doug Fogelson

 

 

Lucire 2013 | The global fashion magazineReturn to paradise
Stanley Moss finds a jewel very near Long Beach, California: Catalina Island manages to combine a sense of mystery, art, history and luxury, all with an otherworldly feel
photographed by the author

 

 

Lucire 2012 | The global fashion magazineLunar landing
Travel editor Stanley Moss heads back to one of our favourites, the Hotel Luna Baglioni in Venezia, to discover that the standards remain high and the service impeccable
photographed by Paula Sweet

 

 

Lucire 2012 | The global fashion magazine Shelling out for the little luxuries in Tomales Bay
A Lucire exclusive Travel editor Stanley Moss leaves the City behind and heads to North Bay, where there are well kept secrets at Tomales Bay where one can indulge in luxury accommodation and the coast’s famed oysters
photographed by Paula Sweet

 

 

Lucire 2012 | The global fashion magazineWhere variety is always the spice of life
In Marrakech and along its Atlantic coast, Morocco is always in fashion by Elyse Glickman
photographed by the author

 

 

Lucire 2012 | The global fashion magazineCity of hopeful
Haifa could very well be Israel’s answer to Utopia, with its blend of coexistence, culture, cuisine and ambiance by Elyse Glickman

 

 

Lucire 2012 | The global fashion magazineBeresheet: a desert dream
The year-old five-star luxury resort not only raises the stakes for Negev Desert tourism but also puts visitors with the Israeli south’s past and future by Elyse Glickman

 

 

Lucire 2012 | The global fashion magazineWhere ‘Land’s End’ is just the beginning
While the urban landscapes of Santiago and Valparaiso are feasts for the senses and the mind, Elyse Glickman discovers Chile’s long and winding stretch of Patagonia is a paradise ethereal landscapes, earthy flavours and endless adventure

 


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