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Thumbnail image for Luxury Real Estate: October 23-25, 2009 Marquette Turner Luxury Homes eMagazine

Luxury Real Estate: October 23-25, 2009 Marquette Turner Luxury Homes eMagazine

Welcome to the latest MTLH eMagazine from Marquette Turner Luxury Homes. In this issue we feature a stunning estate in Far North Queensland’s Airlie Beach, which has 360 degree views and is set around a glorious pool. There’s also articles on the new Lindt Chocolate store in Melbourne; a Worldwide Real Estate Update; a fantastic Italian home on Lake Como; our Very Special Fried Rice recipe and much, much more. Enjoy reading and have a safe weekend. All the best,  Michael Marquette & Simon Turner.

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Lindt Chocolate Café Opens in Melbourne

The Lindt Chocolate Café has finally opened in Collins Street, Melbourne, adding to its Australian presence (there are four in Sydney already). Experience a unique, exciting experience and some of life’s sinful creations.! Perhaps the degustation tasting with the five senses – look, touch, listen, smell and taste. Or attend a Chocolate Appreciation Evening and learn about chocolate. Christine Watson of Marquette Turner Luxury Homes can’t wait to become a regular.

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2009 The World’s Best Cities: Tyler Brule’s Quality of Life List

The Quality of Life list was launched two years ago by Tyler Brule, founder of Wallpaper* magazine, as part of his new “baby” – Monocle – a lifestyle and global design magazine. Featuring some of the best cities in the world, including, Sydney, Melbourne, Tokyo, Zurich, Montreal and the majority of the Scandinavian beauties the list looks not simple at the standard livability measures, for instance the cost of housing and infrastructure but also seeks to go one step further but suggesting what factors truly make a city great.

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The Most Livable (and Unlivable) Cities In The World

The annual survey for 2008 by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has found Vancouver, Canada to be the most livable city in the world. Vancouver The EIU ranked 127 cities, based on their personal risk, infrastructure and the availability of goods and services. All the cities that fell into the “most livable” bracket were based […]

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