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Your guide to 10 of the best beaches in Florida

If you're looking for a relaxing beach getaway this summer, look no further than Florida.  Home to some of the best beaches in the United States, the state of Florida is your perfect summer escape. Whether it's long weekend or an entire weeklong vacation, you'll easily find the ideal spot to clear your mind and refresh from the stress of the daily grind. After all, lounging by the ocean...
Frontier Airlines to add 21 cities, 85 routes

Frontier Airlines to add 21 cities, 85 routes

Low-cost airline Frontier Airlines will add 21 destinations and 85 routes to its lineup, the company announced Tuesday.  >> Read more trending news  The airline plans to grow to a total of 82 cities total with more than 1,000 routes by next summer, according to a news release. That’s more than double the current number of total routes offered by the airline...
Trump's Chicago hotel won't honor woman's low fare on Booking.com

Trump's Chicago hotel won't honor woman's low fare on Booking.com

A hopeful traveler stumbled across the hotel deal of a lifetime. Rose Lawrence quickly took the chance to book a deal in which a normally priced $1,100 room was being offered for much less. But the hotel said it will not honor her deal. >> Read more trending news Lawrence’s excitement quickly turned into frustration and shed light on an online booking fiasco when hotel management...
No Trump slump in tourism but there could be a Trump bump

No Trump slump in tourism but there could be a Trump bump

NEW YORK (AP) -- Last winter, the U.S. tourism industry fretted that Trump administration policies might lead to a "Trump slump" in travel.  But those fears may have been premature. International arrivals and travel-related spending are up in 2017 compared with the same period in 2016.   There might even be a "Trump bump," says Roger Dow, CEO of the U.S. Travel Association...

Travel deals: Azores Airlines packages, London hotel savings of up to 35 percent

This week's best travel bargains around the globe.  Kimpton Aertson Hotel, which opened in Nashville in June, is offering up to 20 percent off rates. Rooms start at $240 -- down from $329 -- plus 15 percent tax and $2.50 fee. Price includes morning coffee or tea, evening social hour and bikes for touring. Book by Aug. 17; stay through Dec. 28. Info: 877-239-2269, aertsonhotel.com.  ...
Travel Tips: resources for drinking well

Travel Tips: resources for drinking well

Travelers today face a wealth of good options when it comes to drinking wine and beer. “I think today you can be surprised most everywhere,” said Pascaline Lepeltier, beverage director at the restaurant Rouge Tomate in New York City.  But the variety can be overwhelming, especially when exploring a new place.   Here, beverage industry experts offer their advice on how to...
Champagne, duvets and a 180-degree seat: A frugal traveler's introduction to first class

Champagne, duvets and a 180-degree seat: A frugal traveler's introduction to first class

"First class can now board," the loudspeaker blared. I perked up. This was my moment. I pushed through the tight crowd that blocked my gate at Los Angeles International Airport.  Still, I hesitated as I approached the ticket counter. A voice behind me asked, "Are you in first class?" Another bellowed, "Are you going?"   "Yes," I said taking a...
Does this little amusement park really have the best wooden coaster in the world?

Does this little amusement park really have the best wooden coaster in the world?

Ride enthusiasts beat a path each summer to ride the world’s best wooden coaster in one of the most unlikely of places: a small amusement park located halfway between New York City and Boston that bills itself as the oldest continuously operating amusement park in the United States.  I made my pilgrimage this summer to Lake Compounce in Bristol, Conn., to ride Boulder Dash, ranked the top...

Why Matsuhisa and De Niro open their Nobu hotels

Chef Nobu Matsuhisa and actor Robert De Niro have been partners since opening Nobu restaurant in New York in 1994. The name of the Japanese chef, whose signature cooking style borrows from his experiences working in Lima, Peru, and other coastal locales, is now affixed to more than 30 Nobu restaurants on five continents. In 2013, the partnership opened its first Nobu Hotel in Las Vegas and now runs...
Meet your new data-driven travel agent

Meet your new data-driven travel agent

Unlike big, impersonal online agencies, the best travel agents know a great deal about their clients and their travel choices. Now several new travel companies are creating data-driven, automated agents that rely on users’ personal preferences to make the travel-planning process easier.  Whether they use human knowledge or artificial intelligence (or both), these next-generation travel...
In Bristol, England, a restaurant goes back to rustic basics

In Bristol, England, a restaurant goes back to rustic basics

Some chefs serve commercial mayonnaise. For Peter Sanchez-Iglesias, the chef and an owner of Paco Tapas, and Dave Hazell, the head chef, making mayonnaise is a two-day process.  Crab shells are roasted and then infused in vegetable oil for 48 hours. The flavored oil is blended with ingredients like cider vinegar distilled from apples grown in nearby Somerset. The luscious, tangy result is indicative...
In Silicon Valley, dropping in at the GooglePlex, tech museums and the Jobs garage

In Silicon Valley, dropping in at the GooglePlex, tech museums and the Jobs garage

Like my college-age daughters, I am in love with my iPhone. And my ardor increased while I was researching a guidebook. With my cellphone, I narrated each hike into the Notes app, consulted Google Maps when I got lost and used the Camera app to capture scenery. As I worked, I wondered how we got from room-size mainframes to this portable computer in my hand.  So when Southwest Airlines started...

Complaints about airlines up sharply in May

Airlines continued to get an earful from disgruntled passengers in May, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation.  Customers filed 1,779 complaints about airline service, up 56.7 percent over May 2016, the Transportation Department said Friday. Airlines earned just two compliments — one fewer than in May last year.   The jump in complaints wasn’t as sharp as in...
5 tech tips for unplugging on vacation

5 tech tips for unplugging on vacation

With summer travel kicking in high gear, we’re offering several tips on how to really disconnect from work electronically. After all, isn’t taking a minute to enjoy a breathtaking view or your child’s laughter more important than a corporate email? We think so.  Disable email. Actually, disable everything. Turn off your work email, and really hide it. For example, on an iPhone...

A few recommendations for travelers to Silicon Valley

IF YOU GO: Silicon Valley  Where to stay:   Fairmont San Jose   170 S. Market St., San Jose   408-998-1900   fairmont.com/san-jose   With its rooftop pool and luxurious rooms, the Fairmont San Jose combines Northern California sophistication with a strategic downtown location. Rooms from $159.   Where to eat:   Adega  ...

Our favorite beach apps

Sure, you wish you could leave your phone at home when it’s time to soak up the rays on the beach, but why would you when these beach-going apps make your life so much easier? Surfline: A ton of surfing apps are available, but Surfline is one of the best because the organization has been delivering extensive weather and wave reports since 1985, and the app is useful even if you’re not...
Same difference: Photographs of 32 hotel rooms in 32 countries reveal few variations

Same difference: Photographs of 32 hotel rooms in 32 countries reveal few variations

In cities around the world, hotel rooms - with their carpets showing the fresh tracks of a housekeeping vacuum and their vents exhaling temperature-controlled air - await the arrival of strangers.  Still. Tidy. Blank.   Enter Swiss photographer Roger Eberhard, who spent a year documenting 32 Hilton hotel rooms in 32 countries. The result: a postcard, of sorts, in the form of "Standard...
Ann Coulter attacks Delta on Twitter after ‘pure hell’ trip to PBIA

Ann Coulter attacks Delta on Twitter after ‘pure hell’ trip to PBIA

It’s no secret that the three words that strike the most fear in airline flight attendants are “West Palm Beach.” Palm Beach International Airport is basically the Anbar Province of domestic air travel — the enemy is everywhere and they’re wearing civilian clothing. In West Palm Beach, flights are full, passengers are cranky, and many who require wheelchairs for...
How to explore the wide open spaces of Moab, Utah

How to explore the wide open spaces of Moab, Utah

A metal monster roars, grabs a huge chunk of sandstone, nearly tips over and performs the seemingly impossible, climbing out of a massive crevasse and ascending a giant slab of rock.  It’s Jeep Week in Moab, Utah, and plumes of dust mark the horizon as hundreds of tough-as-steel four-wheelers and their drivers scramble over red rock.   To witness this marriage of man and machine...
Tips for buying and setting up a tent: It’s easier than you think

Tips for buying and setting up a tent: It’s easier than you think

My wife and I received a tent as a wedding present in 1999, so until last year I’d never purchased one. I suddenly needed something smaller than our family-sized tent for a trip into the Hemingway-Boulders Wilderness.  Like many people these days, I spent a couple weeks researching tents on the web. I looked at a few in stores but never talked to an expert. I eventually decided on a Big...
Minnesota women have no regrets following through on wilderness venture

Minnesota women have no regrets following through on wilderness venture

MINNEAPOLIS — They went, they returned … and it was better than they had hoped.  So say six Twin Cities women about a journey they took recently into the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.   For some of the women the expedition was a “bucket list” adventure — something they always wanted to do. For others the excursion was a welcome nudge that pushed...
For Croatia trips, appealing prices for packages and flights

For Croatia trips, appealing prices for packages and flights

Croatia is a popular vacation destination this year for travelers from the United States. Expedia has seen air ticket demand to the country double this summer, compared with last summer, and on the travel search engine Kayak, searches to Croatia between Jan. 1 and May 25 this year for travel from May 26 to Sept. 5 were up 25 percent, compared with the same periods last year.  A holiday to Croatia...
At hotels, pajamas are becoming the new bathrobes

At hotels, pajamas are becoming the new bathrobes

Forget lounging around in your hotel room while donning a bathrobe, the standard in-room amenity at many midlevel and high-end properties. Some hotels want their guests to have pajama parties instead. They’re selling and giving away pajamas to guests and turning to popular sleepwear brands to design fashionable pairs.  Claridge’s, in London, recently introduced women’s silk...
In China's megacities, an unparalleled chance to observe and appreciate diversity

In China's megacities, an unparalleled chance to observe and appreciate diversity

As a Chinese friend of mine was helping me buy a plane ticket from Kunming to Chongqing, I read aloud from my guidebook: "... the [city] has little appeal. Overcrowded and fast-paced, the city is plagued by oppressive pollution, winter fogs and summer humidity. Nor is there much to illustrate Chongqing's history …"  Chinese megacities have horrible reputations, yet over the last...

Hackers have been stealing credit card numbers from Trump's hotels for months

Guests at 14 Trump properties, including hotels in Washington, New York and Vancouver, have had their credit card information exposed, marking the third time in as many years that a months-long security breach has affected customers of the chain of luxury hotels.  The latest instance occurred between August 2016 and March 2017, according to a notice on the company's website, and included guest...
Hotels train workers in the personal touch

Hotels train workers in the personal touch

Technology, some hotels are finding, has its limits.  “Technology cannot hug a repeat guest,” said George Aquino, vice president and managing director of AHC+Hospitality, formerly Amway Hotel Corp., based in Grand Rapids, Michigan.   That is the reason his company, which manages several hotels, has been running a training program for some of its managers and other staff...
With flex-schedule program, United can resell passengers' seats

With flex-schedule program, United can resell passengers' seats

This week, United Airlines is quietly unveiling a new technology platform that it will use to manage the problem of oversold flights-and, in the same breath, turn them into a profit opportunity.  With the help of its new Flex-Schedule Program, the airline is piloting a way to buck the trend of involuntary bumping-the term for kicking passengers off oversold flights-without necessarily offering...
‘One word says it all. Asian’: Airbnb host fined after leaving guest stranded over her race

‘One word says it all. Asian’: Airbnb host fined after leaving guest stranded over her race

An Airbnb host has been fined $5,000 and ordered to take an Asian American studies course because of racial discrimination.  Dyne Suh, a 26-year-old law student, rented a mountain cabin in Big Bear, Calif., for President’s Day weekend in February with her fiance, two friends and two dogs.  The group braved a drive up a mountain through what The Washington Post called ...
Disney’s Star Wars-themed land models are something to see

Disney’s Star Wars-themed land models are something to see

As Disney fans gather in Anaheim, California for the D23 Expo, one part of the fan-fest had the internet burning up before the show officially opened. >> Read more trending news On display during the comic-con for Disney enthusiasts is an extremely detailed model of the Star Wars lands that are being built in both Disneyland in California and Walt Disney World in Florida. Videos of the display...
Late to the craft beer scene, Milwaukee’s small brewers are a big hit

Late to the craft beer scene, Milwaukee’s small brewers are a big hit

MILWAUKEE — It took only a couple of hours to hear the inevitable. “What do you have that tastes like Miller Lite?” In a city made famous by pale and mostly bland beer, I was surprised it took so long. The question arrived early on a Saturday evening at Good City Brewing, which opened less than a year ago near Milwaukee’s handsome, weathered downtown. During a wave of brewery...

Talk travel: What to see in Austin, Texas and other travel questions answered

The Washington Post's travel writers and editors recently discussed stories, questions, gripes and more. Here are edited excerpts:  Q: I will be going to Austin, Texas, later this week for a convention, so the bulk of my time will be spent in hotel conference rooms, but I have tacked on generous half-days before and after. Do you have any suggestions on things to see and do? The bat bridge is...
A church where angels and Darth Vader mingle

A church where angels and Darth Vader mingle

Washington National Cathedral stands tall in the nation's capital. It is the city's fourth-tallest building and its highest point, rising 676 feet above sea level atop Mount Saint Alban in Northwest. Its three large towers can be seen for miles.  A cathedral is the main church in an area headed by an official called a bishop. Washington National Cathedral, officially named the Cathedral Church...

Feel lousy after a long flight? Here's why and what you can do about it

Are you imagining that “hit in the head with a baseball bat” feeling after a flight? If you are, so are thousands of others.  Here’s the best thing you can do: Have a drink. Actually, have several.   We speak here, alas, not of the finest single-malt Scotch but of water.   I became acutely aware of this on a recent five-day, seven-flight sojourn that took...
A Sonoma restaurant that’s pricey but not pretentious

A Sonoma restaurant that’s pricey but not pretentious

When a restaurant is as expensive and has as much hype surrounding it as SingleThread, in the charming Sonoma County town of Healdsburg, California, expectations are high. The head chef, Kyle Connaughton, who is best known for heading the experimental kitchen at the Fat Duck in Britain, and his wife, Katina, who is a farmer and a horticulturist, opened the Californian-and-Japanese-inspired restaurant...
Canada’s Banff may be beautiful, but Jasper is bigger – and better

Canada’s Banff may be beautiful, but Jasper is bigger – and better

JASPER, Alberta — About 25 years ago, when my hair was much darker and my wife’s hair color had achieved a perfection that will never change, we took a trip to Banff National Park. We stayed for several days and liked it, of course. It being our first time in Alberta, we drove up to Lake Louise, about an hour north, had lunch at the famed Chateau Lake Louise, did a short hike along the...
MISSING VERSACE

MISSING VERSACE

Shanon Materio would be the first to say she’s never cared about fashion. Trends? Celebrities? She shrugs her shoulders. When she and her husband, Phil, who own McMow Art Glass in Lake Worth, were asked in 1992 to restore a stained-glass window for an old Miami Beach mansion, the owner’s name meant nothing to her. She knew it started with a “V,” because they inscribed...
This local airport was named one of the best in the country

This local airport was named one of the best in the country

Palm Beach International Airport is one of the best in the country, according to Travel + Leisure magazine. PBIA took the 9th spot on the magazine’s list of the Top 10 best domestic airports, which was released on Tuesday. The list appears in the August 2017 issue of the magazine and on Travel + Leisure’s website. A Frontier jet taxis toward its gate at the...
From bar to barber shop: Visit Hemingway haunts in Northern Michigan

From bar to barber shop: Visit Hemingway haunts in Northern Michigan

PETOSKEY, Mich. — “You can’t get away from yourself by moving from one place to another,” wrote Ernest Hemingway in “The Sun Also Rises.” For much of his early years, the novelist didn’t move much beyond Oak Park, where he was born, and Northern Michigan, where his family had a vacation cottage. Far from getting away from himself, his experiences there figure...
A road trip with a question: Is regional American food alive and well?

A road trip with a question: Is regional American food alive and well?

"Where y'all from?" It was a question we heard frequently on our cross-country journey. This time, the person asking was Crystal, our waitress at Bea's, a family-run fried chicken restaurant on the outskirts of Chattanooga, Tennessee.  I paused. "Well," I answered. "It's a good question. We've been spending time on the West Coast this winter with family, and now we're...
A newcomer to Stockholm dining is a vegetarian mecca

A newcomer to Stockholm dining is a vegetarian mecca

There are chefs who can fill seats based on reputation alone — lead actors whose legion admirers eagerly attend every opening. In Stockholm, that describes Mathias Dahlgren, a founder of the New Nordic Food Manifesto and a Bocuse d’Or winner who has earned a cumulative four Michelin stars at three restaurants to date.  His new restaurant, Rutabaga, which opened in February, has garnered...
Time, immigrants made Montreal cuisine a delicious melting pot

Time, immigrants made Montreal cuisine a delicious melting pot

MONTREAL — Ola Claesson sat comfortably for a chat off to the side of the busy main dining room at Auberge Saint-Gabriel. The inn — now just a restaurant — is 329 years old. Claesson is much younger. The conversation took an inevitable turn toward the supernatural. “There are stories about ghosts,” said Claesson, the latest chef at an establishment established before...

Avocado toast to fried clams: The best food from a cross-country road trip

Our favorite places on our cross-country trip:  Restaurant Eiji   317 Sanchez St., 415-558-8149   The sushi is fresh daily and always changing, and there's a great sake menu, but the real draw in this low-key jewel box is the house-made tofu. It's more like a creamy custard and comes with toppings such as sesame seeds, seaweed and scallions.   Tartine Bakery & Cafe ...
With water coasters, thrills meet splashes

With water coasters, thrills meet splashes

I love roller coasters for many reasons: the wind in my face, the thrilling plunges downhill and back up, the sharp turns, that feeling of weightlessness and the tingle in my stomach as I dive. But during a season that can feel like one long heat wave, one thing would make riding a coaster even better: a nice big splash.   The only problem is that usually you have to choose. You can take...
Just In: Brightline hopes to woo commuters with Park-Line apartments

Just In: Brightline hopes to woo commuters with Park-Line apartments

The residential tower rising next to Brightline’s station in downtown West Palm Beach will be part of a new real estate brand run by the private rail venture’s parent company, Florida East Coast Industries. The Park-Line brand will offer 290 rental units at the 24-story building currently under construction just west of Brightline’s train station in West Palm Beach, officials announced...
This local resort made Travel + Leisure’s Top 10 list

This local resort made Travel + Leisure’s Top 10 list

The Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa ranks among the Top 10 hotels in Florida, according to Travel + Leisure magazine. The Manalapan resort took the 1oth spot on the list, which appears in the August 2017 issue of the magazine, and on Travel + Leisure’s website. Eau Spa (Provided) RELATED: Chinese leader stay at Eau chance for resort, county...
Family travel: 5 mountain towns to consider

Family travel: 5 mountain towns to consider

Mountain towns in summer offer fresh air for hiking and fishing, music under the stars, great dining and active pursuits for all ages.  Here are five to consider:   1. Whitefish, Mont. Wild and scenic rivers, clear mountain lakes, and an endless supply of hiking and biking trails. You’ll find that and more in this charming ski town nestled next to Glacier National Park. Check...

A grown-up’s guide to Walt Disney World

Summer in Walt Disney World is not just for children, as scores of baby boomers roaming the parks in mouse ears can attest.  You can bar hop among theme hotels, like the Tambu Lounge at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort or the Victoria Falls Lounge at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge. You can dance to hits from the ‘80s through today at the adults-only Atlantic Dance Hall on Disney&rsquo...
Tours offering new reasons to linger in Milan

Tours offering new reasons to linger in Milan

Milan is known as Italy’s fashion and business capital, but as a leisure destination like Florence, Rome and Venice? Not so much — at least according to Maurizio Naro, the president of the Provincial Hotel Association of Milan. He said Milan “is typically thought of as a place for business, not vacation, and international tourists tended to not include a visit to the city as part...

The one bright spot in Penn Station's summer

When Gov. Andrew Cuomo declared a state of emergency over New York's dreadful commuting situation in late June, locals didn't think things could get any worse.  It turned out they could, at least at Penn Station, the epicenter of the so-called "summer of hell." Earlier this year the Pennsy, the year-and-a-half-old food hall at 2 Penn Plaza at the northeast corner of the complex, unexpectedly...

A week-long bicycle trip isn't long enough for this 69-year-old woman

On July 17, Margaret Goodman will begin her ninth long-distance bicycle trip, pedaling 1,100 miles over 30 days. She will start in Quebec City, ride around the Gaspe Peninsula, then down the coast to New Brunswick, across a bit of Maine and finally back to Quebec City.  Before she leaves Washington for the drive to Canada, her bicycle (a 27-gear Specialized Sequoia she bought herself as a retirement...

3 simple innovations for air travelers

I spend a lot of time on planes and have become ultra-sensitive to changes that can materially improve the travel experience. I am not talking about large innovations, including the bigger, more stable, comfortable and less environmentally damaging aircraft that both Airbus and Boeing have introduced in the last few years. Rather, my focus is on changes that are so tiny and simple -- like putting...
Folk art market endures amid shifting US immigration policy

Folk art market endures amid shifting US immigration policy

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Organizers of the International Folk Art Market in Santa Fe say shifting U.S. policies on security and immigration have not hampered participation by artists from 53 countries, from Cuba to Jordan.  In its 14th year, the annual bazaar is expanding its mission to highlight innovation and high-fashion within folk art traditions, from flower-petal dyed scarves from India...
Charleston, West Virginia, is an escape from big city prices, crowds

Charleston, West Virginia, is an escape from big city prices, crowds

CHARLESTON, W.Va. - A city that has time for you is a win.  In Charleston, West Virginia, you can park your car all day for $3, catch free live music almost every night and be seated right away - sans reservations - at the city's best restaurant.   Servers and shopkeepers have the time to exceed expectations, often in delightful ways: The owner of Swiftwater Cafe designed me a custom...

Hitting the road? Take along these apps to spice up your summer trip

It’s July, which means it’s time to hit the road.  Which means it’s time to hit the apps that make hitting the road easier, and more of an adventure.   Today’s road warrior has an arsenal of tech tools at his or her disposal, a plethora of personal technologies. They range from the cutting-edge mobile app that takes you to local chefs’ hangouts, to a device...
View our paradise: Best restaurants for outdoor dining in Jupiter 

View our paradise: Best restaurants for outdoor dining in Jupiter 

Even if it’s brutally hot outside, a table with a good view will lift you from the swelter.  Your view drops you in the middle of a certain paradise. That’s the essence of al fresco dining, the sense of place. Here are some of the best restaurants with outdoor seating in Jupiter from which to view our paradise: A mainstay at the Jupiter inlet, the sprawling wooden deck at Jetty&rsquo...

With record numbers at security checkpoints, TSA offers tips to avoid hassles

No knives. Bag the liquids. Stow the peanut butter in checked baggage or chuck it.  That's the word from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), which is reminding passengers about what to do to avoid delays. With more travelers than ever moving through airport security, TSA officials are offering some basic tips to spare travelers headaches.   On Friday, the TSA announced...
Profile of an American road trip: Where we go, what we eat, what we spend

Profile of an American road trip: Where we go, what we eat, what we spend

Nearly 75 percent of Americans will take a road trip this year, and California is considered the preferred destination. Alaska and Florida finished second and third, respectively.  Those are among the findings of the 2017 Road Trip Survey of more than 1,300 U.S. drivers. For the purposes of the study, a road trip was considered to be any vehicle-based vacation of at least 200 miles.  ...

Did your great fare suddenly disappear? Blame 'dynamic pricing'

You probably know what Melanie Frazier felt like when she recently tried to book a flight from Portland, Maine, to Atlanta.  She found a $257 fare - not a bad deal - but by the time she got around to booking the ticket online a few hours later, the price had risen to $441. Undeterred, she set up a fare alert through Google, and a week later, sure enough, the fare plunged to $246.  ...
CDC recommendations: Learn more about Zika before traveling

CDC recommendations: Learn more about Zika before traveling

The Zika infection in pregnant women can cause severe birth defects in their babies. So the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that all pregnant women avoid traveling to areas where there is an outbreak of Zika virus.  “The current recommendation is men should not get a woman pregnant for six months, after the man has traveled to a Zika area, and women should...
Sacred art, reunited with its religious

Sacred art, reunited with its religious

FLORENCE, Italy - Ever since patrician Englishmen made Florence a stop on the Grand Tour in the 17th century, the city, a Renaissance crucible of painting and sculpture, has been a destination for art worshipers.  And while some of the great milestones in art history remain in situ - to see Masaccio's groundbreaking experiment in perspective with the "Holy Trinity" fresco, you go to...
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