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While a steamship from Europe to Indonesia would have never come near Bangkok, the 1932 KLM schedule from Amsterdam to Batavia in a Fok...

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In 2000, Michael Shepherd, General Manager of The Savoy (later GM London Hilton Parklane) was sitting on a very old history book about ...

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"Why seek far afield when the good is close by?" Contributing Editor Adrian Mourby knows where to breakfast.

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From Our Roving Ambassador and Occasional Tango Correspondent, Adrian Mourby, who found that London’s Waldorf Hilton has introduced t...

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Forte started his career as the owner of a London milk bar and went on to create a multi-billion pound worldwide chain of hotels and re...

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