Take Five: Undiscovered Provence | Paste Magazine

France is the most visited country in the world, and Provence—with its lavender fields, pristine coastline, film festivals and village life—has long been one of France’s claims to fame. But it’s not just about Cannes and Nice; lift its glitzy veneer and you’ll discover Provence’s hidden charms.

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Maison de la Photographie | Cereal Magazine

I make a mental note to myself to take a left after the second mosque and duck back out of the doorway. Forcing myself to ignore the shouts of passers by telling me there is nothing here, that it is back the other way, that it is closed, I stifle a seed of doubt in my brain that grows rapidly greater the further from the souq I get.

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Review: Ristorante Ratanà, Milan | English Luxury

Skyscrapers, new infrastructures and even whole new areas have sprung up in northern Italy’s industrial capital Milan over the last couple of years as it prepares to host next year’s EXPO 2015. At first glance, this often grey city might seem a strange choice for the event theme “for a more sustainable future”. But for many locals, it is a culture that has been quietly thriving for generations.

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Infra-Orange | Cereal Magazine

When I was a child, I was told by many a tall, wise adult that if I ate up all my carrots at dinner, I would magically be able to see in the dark that night.

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