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Driving a Classic for The Environment

With environmental climate change on everyone's lips as a topic of debate, 2017 is set to be the most significant year of environmental education. Ever since the ozone layer debate in the 1980s made news headlines and became a subject of conscience. A whopping 8.5 million people tuned in to watch Sir David Attenborough explore the impact of urban development on the natural world in last Sunday's Planet Earth II aired on the BBC channel. Luxury Eco Hotels takes a look at a subject which classic car owners are passionate about, "Driving a classic car for the environment". The word hybrid and electric would be the fastest response on the subject, but this article is not a debate, clearly driving an old car has an advantage...

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THE NEW N°5. L’Eau

Coco Chanel created the most famous perfume in 1921 named after her lucky number 5. Since Chanel N°5 was created, it has remained as the most famous perfume of all time. We take a look at the history, the advertising and the ideology behind the world's most famous fragrance and the launch of the new Chanel N°5. L’Eau. We also take a look at some of the iconic advertising campains including the Chanel N°5 "share the fantasy" television commercial made by film director Ridley Scott, which became iconic in its time but required immense work to create. BIOGRAPHY OF N°5. Back in 1921 Coco Chanel ran a popular and successful fashion business in Paris, she was a clever and modern woman and...

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Christmas - The Big Smoke

Peace on earth, good-will to men, wrote Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, an American poet in 1863 in his Christmas Bells poem. Good-will indeed to all and a very merry Christmas, for this is the season of Good-will. With Christmas almost upon us and the cold starting to bite, in this article we feature some special places to visit during Christmas in London. Whilst there are lots of other cities and destinations which should also be on your list, nothing quite compares to the festive feeling of hope and good-will in The Big Smoke. London is such a diverse city, with so much to see, however, we have chosen some very special places and eateries in this article for you. So London, just like other big...

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Musée océanographique de Monaco et Commission Internationale pour l'Exploration Scientifique de la Méditerranée

The French Riviera is famous for its glitz and glamour as well as a spectacular blue coastal ocean. The gewel in the crown is Monte Carlo and the Principality of Monaco. Steeped in history, the magic of the Cote d'Azur is something you have to experience first hand.  One of the most interesting facts about Monaco is its commitment to the environment and the work Prince Albert has done with the Monaco Oceanographic Museum, also known as the Jacques Cousteau Museum.  Musée Océanographique Located right on the waterline with spectacular panoramic views, the museum is also home to the Mediterranean Science Commission. The institute provides advice on issues related to the Mediterranean sea ecosystems, that is both neutral and authoritative. Through its network...

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AUDEMARS PIGUET

Merging avant-garde technology with over 140 years of savoir-faire, the Audemars Piguet Manufacture pushes engineering, craft and design further than any other watchmaker before. View the Go Green eBrochure - click to view Written by Max Young © (C) copyright Luxury Eco Hotels www.luxuryecohotels.com

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