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We stayed for a week in a Villa in Tuscany and every day made site trips to cities of interest. I loved the forts and both British and Indian buildings such as the stunning Taj Mahal. With both French and Russian heritage, Diana was born in Russia and lived in Paris from the age of 6.
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IMEX Academy Award 2005 * Twentieth Century Achievement Award 2000 * Man of the Year 1997 * World Peace Through Tourism - 1997 * Personnalite de l'annee - Distinction International - Tourisme - 1993 France * Egypt & Turkey still do it for me - as every time you go back there is more to discover in the history, landscapes and hospitality * Tunisia has to be up there as has the most spectacular beaches, scenery and landscapes.
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