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Celebrities' Favorite Places

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Follow the trail of these globe-trotting artists, chefs, and designers, who share their most memorable travel experiences.

Dharamsala, India

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“Dharamsala is where the Dalai Lama lives and also a settlement for the Tibetan refugees. I stayed in the Temple of Norbulingka, where they have about six or eight rooms for visitors. To be on the temple grounds is extremely peaceful and relaxing, and you feel very privileged. There are a lot of artisans and craftsman working to keep up the tradition of Tibetan art, and it’s a great melting pot. I just really disconnected completely from the world to the point that when I went to the airport to take my flight I thought I was 20 minutes late and, actually, I was two days late.” —Eric Ripert, chef

Celebrities' Favorite Places

Dharamsala, India

“Dharamsala is where the Dalai Lama lives and also a settlement for the Tibetan refugees. I stayed in the Temple of Norbulingka, where they have about six or eight rooms for visitors. To be on the temple grounds is extremely peaceful and relaxing, and you feel very privileged. There are a lot of artisans and craftsman working to keep up the tradition of Tibetan art, and it’s a great melting pot. I just really disconnected completely from the world to the point that when I went to the airport to take my flight I thought I was 20 minutes late and, actually, I was two days late.” —Eric Ripert, chef

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