Luxury Eco-lodge in Botswana

Feline-Fields-small.jpgFeline Fields is a luxury eco-lodge located in Botswana, in the North West of the Kalahari desert, on a migratory route between Ngamiland in Botswana and Kaudum in Namibia.

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Nomadic architect's house in the nature, with art path

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The Château La Coste has set up the nomadic house by Jean Prouvé in the middle of its park, next to the contemporary sculpture path.

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Responsible and epicurean Woodstock at the Château, on July 13 to 14, 2019

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The Château de Pommard launches Rootstock, the 3rd edition of its musical and oenological festival, dedicated to the appellations of Côte de Beaune and Côte de Nuits: in addition to an eclectic and contemporary line-up, the public is invited to discover the wines, in a "slow life" atmosphere.

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The beach of Pampelonne becomes sustainable

plage-pampelonne-small.jpgLocated in Ramatuelle, on the mythic peninsula of Saint Tropez, the public and private settings of the beach of Pampelonne have just been revamped, according to very strict specifications and sustainable commitments.

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Sunday brunch of edible flowers in an art gallery - ephemeral event from June 23rd until July 14th, 2019

Fleurs-festival-small.jpgThe place is unusual: the gallery, dedicated to flowers, displays paintings, ceramics and pieces of art from the 19th century until the present, affordable for everyone. Every Sunday until July 14th, 2019, a brunch of edible flowers will be served for 35 happy few, on reservation.

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Private concierge to discover Versailles from the inside

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Katia Lobato is in love with Versailles and has set up as private concierge to allow visitors to know the true city through housing and sur-mesure services.

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Exhibition of monumental sculptures from recycled metal in classified gardens

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Planted according to the initial foundations, basins and sculptures of the French gardens of the 18th Century, the gardens of Eyrignac manor are open to the public, from January 1st to December 31st and propose ephemeral events like the white picnic or a temporary exhibition of recycled metal sculptures.

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