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The charming Hotel Sahrai from Fez, Morocco


By neo

Posted 3 Jun 2015 10:05 am

Penned down by French designer Christophe Pillet, hotel Sahrai is a stunning five-star hotel located in Fez, Morocco that allows guests to enjoy spectacular views of the largest medina in the Arab world, taking in twelve centuries of the city’s history in one fell swoop. Providing luxury accommodations and a completely new hotel experience in Fez, this stunning location represents an alternative to the shady isolation of the riads and

The De Bethune DB24 Quetzalcoatl Limited Edition Watch

De Bethune DB24 Quetzalcoatl watch come in a limited edition of only 20 pieces, and its price is $120,000

By neo

Posted 3 Jun 2015 9:01 am

Swiss watchmaker De Bethune respects the ancient cultures of our world, and has designed several watches focused on historic cultures and events. This is probably why their designs usually look like they feature some sort of alien technology. Their latest masterpiece is the DB24 Quetzalcoatl watch, a truly magnificent timepiece inspired by the ancient Mayan civilization. ‘Quetzalcoatl’ may be a difficult word to spell and pronounce, and that’s because translated

German Khan the oligarch behind TNK

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By lau

Posted 3 Jun 2015 7:32 am

German Borisovich Khan was born on the 24th of October 1961 in Kiev, Ukraine in a Jewish family that came from Lviv. The father was a metallurgy professor but the young child was more interested in sports during his early age than anything else. During high school he was training as a boxer and would have a passion for physical activity for the rest of his life. He started working

$14.8 Million Will Buy You Katherine Hepburn’s Connecticut Residence


By neo

Posted 2 Jun 2015 6:18 pm

Katherine Hepburn’s marvelous Connecticut seaside estate is now up for grabs, and this is something true fans with seriously deep pockets will appreciate. The legendary actress died back in 2003, but she actually grew up here; coming back many many times throughout her career in this amazing place. The residence sits on a massive 1.47-acre plot, with over 200 feet of waterfront overlooking the Long Island Sound. The property was

Follow The Glass-Bottomed Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon Bridge


By neo

Posted 2 Jun 2015 4:16 pm

China has set its mind on becoming home to the tallest, longest, and probably scariest pedestrian bridge in the world. They are currently working on a jaw dropping glass-bottomed bridge, in the same location that inspired the floating mountains from the popular James Cameron film “Avatar.” Hovering at around 300 meters (984 feet) above the ground, the Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon Glass Bridge will be 380 meters (1,247 feet) long and

The X-TREME 007 By Buben & Zörweg Is The Ultimate Safe


By neo

Posted 2 Jun 2015 4:00 pm

Collectors come in different shapes and sizes. Some prefer silverware or artwork, others rare cars or simply precious jewels. No matter the taste, they all appreciate the focus that was placed on security this year, which is why Buben & Zörweg’s creations are always extremely popular. The renowned safe maker has unveiled this year a new Buben & Zörweg X-TREME 007, which is said to be the ultimate safe. The

Gemry R12 Is The Definition Of Luxury Smartphones


By neo

Posted 2 Jun 2015 2:00 pm

Vertu is yesterday’s story; today, we’re going to talk about the brand new GEMRY R12 Android smartphone that’s already making big waves in the ultra luxury smartphone universe. Designed for the wealthy players out there, the GEMRY R12 will be available in Rose Gold or diamond embellished versions, and we all know which one will get the ladies smiling. The luxurious handset features a 5.85-inch Sapphire Crystal display, combining 18K

Kjeld Kristiansen and the Lego heritage

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By lau

Posted 2 Jun 2015 12:57 pm

The Kristiansen family is known today for having created The Lego Group and Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen was born on the 27th of December 1947 in the city of Billund, Denmark. The grandfather of Kjeld, Ole Kirk Christiansen was the one who founded the family business and he started out as a carpenter who made wooden toys in 1932, giving his workshop the name Lego two years later, a phrase that