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Celebrated Weekends: The Stars' Guide to the Most Exciting Destinations in the World

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Veteran travel writer Mark Seal was tired of buying disappointing travel guides. He wanted insider information about special travel destinations―the kind of tips you'd get from the locals or people who know all the best and hippest places―like celebrities.

Sixteen years and a few hundred interviews later, Seal's Celebrated Weedend feature articles―city-by-city, star-by-star
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Paperback, 295 pages
Published February 6th 2007 by Rutledge Hill Press
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A journalist for thirty-five years, Mark Seal is a contributing editor at Vanity Fair and the author of Wildflower: An Extraordinary Life and Mysterious Death in Africa, about the murdered wildlife filmmaker and naturalist Joan Root. Seal was a 2010 National Magazine Award finalist for his Vanity Fair profile of Clark Rockefeller.

He lives in Aspen, Colorado.
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