Check out the miraculous "Snow Show"-- at least in the NYT feature today
. A team of artists and architects suffered frost-bitten fingers and sub-zero temps to construct a series of exhibitions out of snow in the village where most of the Alpine Olympic events will be held. The six projects were created by the artist Daniel Buren and the architect Patrick Bouchain; Carsten Höller with Tod Williams and Billie Tsien; Yoko Ono and Arata Isozaki; Paola Pivi and the firm Cliostraat; Jaume Plensa and Norman Foster; and Kiki Smith and Lebbeus Woods. Budgeted at $1.33 million, the works are grandiose and fantastic.
Radisson Blu Edwardian Leicester Square Hotel is a discrete and quiet London hotel with friendly service and an exquisite location, between the National Gallery and Leicester Square.
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Thornbury, United Kingdom
Kings and queens have stayed here. Courtiers have flirted with ladies-in-waiting in the ancient yew-hedged gardens. Serving girls have chattered in the stone-flagged courtyard. Today, Thornbury Castle still resonates with history... more >>
L'hotel has counted quite a few legendary celebrity among its guests and has been the scene of many extraordinary events (including the death of Oscar Wilde). Each of the 20 rooms has its own character, its own universe or is... more >>
At the Hotel Lungarno, the view of the river and over the city is a unique experience. Famous for its attentive and discreet service, the Lungarno offers a breathtaking view over many of the landmarks and sights that gave... more >>
The Relais de Margaux is a a luxury hotel outside Bordeaux with 100 rooms and suites, swimming pool, tennis court, volleyball pitch and private harbor. The Gastronomic Restaurant delights the taste-buds of all food-lovers. The... more >>