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This $8,167-a-night suite at Atlantis, The Palm has underwater views and gold-laced amenities: http://tandl.me/1Oh7fvh
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What's a "links"?

re: Bandon Dunes Golf Resort

A links is the oldest style of golf course, first developed in Britain. The word "links" comes via the Scots language from the Old English word hlinc : "rising ground, ridge" and refers most often to an area of coastal sand dunes.

Bandon Dunes Golf Resort is a complex of four links and a par-3 golf course, located just north of the city of Bandon, Oregon.

Bandon Dunes was the first course at the resort, which opened in 1999. It was followed by the addition of Pacific Dunes, Bandon Trails and Old Macdonald. The fifth course, Bandon Preserve, is a par-3 short course with 13 holes. Punchbowl is the most recent addition in 2014, featuring a large putting course.

In 2009, Golf Magazine named Pacific Dunes #2 in it's list of the 50 best courses built in the last 50 years. Bandon Dunes was ranked #12 and Bandon Trails notched in at #33.

The nearest airport to Bandon Dunes Golf Resort is Bandon State Airport (KS05/S05) in Bandon, Oregon--about a 15 minute transfer to the resort. Small turboprop and multi-engine or single piston-driven private charter airplanes can land there pending weather conditions, which change rapidly due to it's coastal location. The nearest airport that can support jet charter flights is Southwest Oregon Regional Airport (KOTH/OTH) in North Bend, OR.

https://fly.jetvizor.com/airports/bandon-state-airport-ks05-s05

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10 One-of-a-Kind Designer Hotel Suites

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Last Stop Brooklyn

This weekend I was in New York City for a photowalk with some colleagues at the Arcanum. It was a busy weekend with many stops at iconic locations in lower Manhattan, midtown and Brooklyn. On Saturday we estimated walking between fifteen to twenty miles. This was the last stop of the evening after crossing the Brooklyn Bridge in the afternoon. It was a fitting end to a day that began before sunrise at the opposite end of this same bridge.

http://www.justenoughfocus.com/

‪#‎brooklyn‬ ‪#‎brooklynbridge‬ ‪#‎newyork‬ ‪#‎cityscape‬ ‪#‎nyc‬ ‪#‎city‬

#BTPCityscapePro+BTP Cityscape Pro . founded by +Rinus Bakker , owned by +Nancy Dempsey , curated by +Kyle VanEtten
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Which Caribbean Island is Right for You?
Which Caribbean island is right for you? Here's our guide: http://tandl.me/1H7DXPk
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Relax in a bubble and breath fresh air at the Four Seasons Spa, Silicon Valley

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Can we all agree that plunge pools are the best? http://tandl.me/1DfGCUg
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Ferretti Yacht 650
The Ferretti Yacht 650 immediately strikes the eye for its truly distinctive profile. Its outer silhouette is characterised by an aerodynamic flybridge and new fibreglass decorative elements that “cut” through the profile of the glazing in the superstructure. An unprecedented decoration connects the windows of the three cabins below deck (the master stateroom, the guest cabin, and the VIP cabin), which are extremely large so as to let through plenty of natural light into all guest areas. The pilot station dashboard has also been restyled, and can now boast a new sophisticated design.

The slender lines of the Ferretti Yachts 650 - which is 19.67 metres (64.6 feet) long and has a beam of 5.25 metres (17.3 feet) - are further enhanced by the yacht’s aft area, specifically designed to ensure easy and safe tender handling and increase the guests' onboard comfort. A lift has indeed been installed on the yacht, capable of fitting an over-3-metre-long inflatable boat and which can be lowered by a metre with respect to its original position, thereby allowing to handle the tender without any davit and ensure easy launching into the sea, also thanks to some steps built in the hull. This innovative solution ensures the utmost efficiency, user-friendliness and safety when launching and hauling the inflatable boat, besides converting the peak (which is davit-free) into a large aft storage compartment where water toys and other equipment can be conveniently stored.

As is the case on all models in the range, on this 65-footer too the Shipyard is proposing several different layouts both on the sundeck - which also comes in the hard-top version - and indoors. Ferretti has indeed designed a “TaiHe Ban by Ferretti” edition of the 650, targeted in particular at Far East owners.
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