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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Luxury Travel Site! These are the top ten articles that your Luxury Travel Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!

1. Luxury Living at Blythswood Square in Glasgow
If I were handing out prizes for the best hotel concierge I’ve met, David at Blythswood Square Hotel would be in the top contenders. He was everywhere, thinking of everything before we did. But that was typical of this charming hotel in the heart of Glasgow.

2. A Month of Christmas in Medellin Colombia
Love Christmas, but don’t like the snow and ice? I’ve found the perfect place to revel in the season’s lights, color, music and good will – and December is summer there. It’s Medellin’s Festival of Christmas Lights.

3. How to Choose a Mediterranean Cruise
Cruising to southern Europe’s Mediterranean and Adriatic ports can combine once-in-a-lifetime experiences with luxury travel as your cruise ship hops between islands and ports like Venice, Sardinia, Capri, Cyprus, Nice and Barcelona.

4. Candlelight Dinner at Geneva on the Lake
What a treat it is when a place gets everything right. Dinner on the terrace of Geneva on the Lake lived up to everything we expected from this fabled luxury villa in New York’s Finger Lakes.

5. Berry Manor Inn in Rockland Maine
Victorian grandeur combines with warm hospitality and a good dose of Yankee independence, not to mention spectacular fresh-baked pies.

6. Walking Through Vineyards on the Swiss Riviera
UNESCO named Switzerland’s Lavaux region, on the sunny north shore of Lake Geneva, a World Heritage Site for its cultural landscape of vineyards and farms.

7. International Traveler Giraffe Luggage Review
Giraffe Spotted in Millennium Hotel Lobby: OK, so it wasn’t a real four-legged giraffe, but it did make some heads snap when I strode into the chic new Millennium Boston with my wheeled International Traveler 21-inch Shiny Giraffe trotting along behind me.

8. Kayaking the Islands off Acadia National Park
A spectacularly beautiful day on Maine’s northern coast invites exploring coastal coves and islands by sea kayak

9. History and Comfort in Germany’s Black Forest
We followed Marie Antoinette to this traditional Black Forest inn, deep in a wooded valley of Southwest Germany

10. Kandinsky -- Abstract Art in Munich
The largest collection of the paintings of Wassily Kandinsky, a founder of Abstract art, is assembled at Munich´s Lenbachhaus and will also be shown in New York and Paris.



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