I’m going to guess that, like me, anyone who travels fairly frequently puts together his or her own private “best” and “worst” lists. With a little prompting I can probably come up with a list of the 10 nicest hotels I’ve every stayed in. Or the five best golf courses I’ve ever played. Whenever my family dines out we eventually start talking about the best meals we’ve ever eaten. My 18-year-old daughter still remembers with fondness the chicken with apples and Calvados sauce she ate at the ...

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