One was hedonistic and social, the other a more solitary modernist, and you can see it when touring their respective homes.
Sydney-based freelance travel writer Andrea Black specialises in travel relating to design, history, architecture and music. When visiting a city she will track down vintage vinyl record stores and bring home a local release from way back, the perfect sonic and historic artefact of a time and place. When flying long haul she has one rule, to listen to Link Wray’s 1971 self-titled album in its entirety.
Beyond the books: six libraries of the future.
Here we are, sipping champagne as a horse-drawn carriage deposits us at the palace entrance.
Veriu is helping to redefine how we experience hotels - less time in your room, more time in the social spaces.
This is where, 50 years ago, Bob Dylan tinkered on an Olivetti typewriter, producing 139 songs together with The Band.
You can tell that everyone who works here truly loves their job and the surroundings.
Design Canberra demonstrates why art and design are bringing the world to the nation's capital, not just to visit, but to stay.
It's not about seeing the Big 5, nor the Magnificent 7, and certainly not the Ugly 5 (though there are Cape dune mole-rats).
Perth's famous beach precinct and its landmark 1980s hotel have undergone much-needed makeovers.
The level of seat comfort, minus the business class price tag, makes this flight an attractive option for Australians.
How many can say they've rolled pasta with a chef whose cuisine has put Huka Lodge into the pages of France's prestigious guide to the best restaurants in the world?
Get a sense of Old Hollywood with your meal at these historic eateries.
Eating your way around New York New York's many neighborhoods and culinary traditions are best experienced by foot.
Cultural and art museums, sublime beaches, fish fry stands, and a resort with a fabled history.
Where on Earth would we be without tour directors, the unsung heroes?