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Found the following posts in archive "05.2011". Click on title to view complete post.
Hotel Mirabelle

A home away from home FT Travelista often craves to be in the surroundings of somewhere comforting, charming, quaint and quiet, particularly, when I need to put my head down, work, write and be inspired. Which is why, on occasion, I like to leave the sleek cold lines of the big chained hotels, and instead scour the bookshelves of an adorable library room, drink tea on a Private patio under a...

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L’echelle de Jacob

Saint Germain chic If your Euro’s are flowing and you’re looking polished, then the coolest club to hit is L’echelle de Jacob. Filled with a gorgeous crowd of St. Germain trendies, the intimate and jazzy ambiance will keep you wanting to stay until the sunrising closing time of 5am. The FT team loves to come here on the weekend to sip sweet cocktails on the plush velvet sof...

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Collette

Colette Cool Shopping in Paris. There is nothing quite like it. If there is only one ‘must visit’ store to go to in the city of lights, it would, hands down, have to be the Rolls Royce of Lifestyle stores, Colette. This unique concept boutique, offers the crème of le crème in au courant fashion, gadgets, books and beauty products. Selling everything from the nif...

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Balans

Casual cuisine on Lincoln Road When I lived in London, Balan’s wasn’t a restaurant I frequented often. Maybe the idea of sitting under an umbrella table eating a club sandwich in the rain wasn’t really my cup of tea. A hop, step and a jump across the Atlantic to Miami, and I was pleasantly surprised to find the London based Café, looking stylish, and filled to the br...

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Bardot

Bravo Bardot Men wanted a piece of her, women wanted to be her, and now we all want to drink in her. Bardot is a speakeasy-style bar/lounge, taking you back to the 20’s, where you’ll get your French 75 Martini served by beautiful bombshells from another era. The low lit, mysterious and sultry club showcases music, art, fashion, film and literature within its eclectic interiors,...

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