Dubrovnik

Founded 7th Century // Ragusa // Medieval Walled City // UNESCO World Heritage Site // Sponza Palace // Annual Summer Festival // 43,000 people…

Blog posts for tag: Golf Course

The Belfry: Golf’s Luxurious Epicentre

29 Nov 2016
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500 rolling acres of prime North Warwickshire countryside provide a serendipitous setting for three outstanding golf courses, headlined by the magnificent Brabazon, a 7,185-yd, par-72 challenge, voted England’s finest golf course in the World Golf Awards…

Swingers LDN: New Cocktails, Same Crazy Fun

10 Nov 2016
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It’s important to note that it is without a doubt the staff that makes this place such a fun place to visit. The first time that you return, you’ll be greeted like an old friend, and there seems to be a sincere aim to wring the most possible pleasure out of every night. Their buoyant mood is extremely infectious and it’s hard to spot an unsmiling face in the crowd…

Lech Am Arlberg: Winter Is Coming, But Summer Is Better

16 Sep 2016
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Widely known as one of the premium winter sport destinations in Europe Lech is often frequented by training Olympians, celebrities and royals; however, what is less known about this alpine gem is all of the fantastic adventure opportunities that it presents in the summertime…

Is Monterey the Golf Capital of the USA?

9 Mar 2016
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Monterey County is a mecca for golfers. The old and noble game may have originated on the other side of the pond in Scotland, but Monterey holds its own! The western peninsula is home to twenty-six private and public golf courses. A contender for the Golf capital of America, the County is renowned all over the world. Monterey's selection of links takes some beating...