Seoul Brochure

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World’s longest sea crossing bridge opens for business in China

Costing 15.73 billion RMB (around US$20 billion) and measuring 55 km (34 miles)-long including connecting roads, the new Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge is the world's longest sea crossing bridge. Following nine years of construction, it connects the Chinese mainland to Hong Kong and Macau. Source: World's longest sea crossing bridge opens for business in China

Rolls-Royce and Fabergé combine for first Imperial Egg in a century

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has joined forces with the House of Fabergé to create the first Fabergé Imperial Egg in 101 years. The gold egg decorated with diamonds and amethysts features the luxury car mark's iconic Spirit of Ecstasy hood ornament sculpted from rock crystal. Source: Rolls-Royce and Fabergé combine for first Imperial Egg in a …

New Orleans City Guide – eBook – Walmart.com

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Drake’s Island

The island, named after Sir Francis Drake, has stood untouched for 30 years and now has planning permission for a hotel complex Drake’s Island, the historic fortress island in the heart of Plymouth Sound, Devon, has gone on sale for £6 million. Drake’s Island, named after Sir Francis Drake who set sail from the island …

Williamsburg is still the coolest New York neighbourhood – this is why | The Independent

I stayed in Bushwick in deepest Brooklyn this summer. It still felt a little sketchy late at night, although there was the usual hipster creep: super-fun, bulb-lit bar Carmelo’s on DeKalb Avenue, Milk & Pull coffee on Irving Street. The Bushwick Collective (what even is a collective?) was a ramshackle scrapyard turned alfresco bar, art …