Keith Perry

(Contributor)

Keith Perry is a freelance news reporter and travel writer specialising in skiing and mountain-based activities for City A.M.

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The sweeping shape of Daniel Libeskind’s Zlota 44 glass skyscraper in Warsaw evokes an eagle in flight, or – as the locals [...]

24 March
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Purple-faced and puffing like a steam train, I’m pedalling up what seems to be the longest and steepest hill I’ve ever attempted [...]

19 February
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Even when debating the world’s most pressing issues – starvation, pollution and political repression at the World Economic [...]

26 January
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Preparation, as any holidaymaker knows, is key. So after deciding to head as far north as possible for the best snow, and choosing [...]

12 January
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As I pulled up outside my hotel in Lech, a very overweight fox ambled across the road in front of our coach. I took it as a sign [...]

1 December
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The snaking queues of tourists outside Porto’s 19th century Livraria Lello bookstore are not people seeking a good read. [...]

20 October
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Not so long ago Ibiza had a reputation solely as a party island, but these days it’s far more diverse than that. [...]

17 August
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In the film The Hundred-Foot Journey, set in a picturesque village in south-west France, Helen Mirren plays Madame Mallory, a [...]

12 May
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After the initial delight of buying a ski chalet, owners often face the hard reality of a fickle rental market and unexpected [...]

31 March
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In the rarefied air of Courchevel 1850, known as France’s ski playground for the wealthy, the word “only” quickly takes [...]

14 March
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When La Manga Club opened in 1972, it was at the forefront of sports and leisure destinations across Europe. [...]

6 January
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The iceberg looming above me is the size of an apartment block, yet despite its enormity the frozen seascape is eerily silent. [...]

9 December
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High up a mountain, at 1,550m and with snow all around, my children are screaming with laughter as they’re swept off their [...]

18 November
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Falling asleep under the stars in the Maldives sounds like the sort of once-in-a-lifetime experience reserved for honey-mooning [...]

21 October
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As the superyachts glide across the gulf of Juan-les-Pins and vintage Porsches roll out of the multimillion pound villas on the [...]

14 October
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