Let's go retro

Booth, Joanna
August 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);8/7/2009, p44
Trade Publication
The article presents several destinations for luxury holidays. Luxurious cruisers make the trip between Luxor and Aswan to cater the British love affair with Ancient Egypt and Nile. Biarritz seaside town serves as a glamorous option on the Cote des Basques in France and it is a haven for shopaholics. Rio de Janeiro has long been a favourite of the rich and famous due to its beautiful scenery and beautiful women.


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