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5690-970 New York City
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9-13 & 14-19
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  • All Airbnb Plus homes meet the same high standards of quality. But each one also has a style of its own. In this all-white neoclassical flat in Eixample, wearing black isn’t just a way to look chic. It also helps you avoid losing each other in all the pale opulence. If you feel like expanding your palette, the shopping mecca Passeig de Gràcia is a short walk away.
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  • Ink runs through Kasho’s veins. Born into a family of calligraphers, she’s practiced the art form for 50 years. Join her in her family’s machiya (traditional wooden townhouse) for a meditative, hands-on session that’ll yield several finished pieces to take home—and more proficiency than you might have expected.
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  • Live like 18th century nobility but with better wifi. If you ever get tired of striking baroque poses in your palazzo, Purità Beach is just a few blocks away.
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  • An oasis of calm in the heart of the city, Lan Su Chinese Garden is the perfect setting for some gently rigorous yoga with accomplished teachers Lucy and Jas. Afterward, they’ll lead you on a walking meditation around the garden and into the teahouse for a traditional tea ritual with a local expert.
As a Social Impact experience, 100% of what you pay goes to Lan Su Chinese Garden.
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