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Spend the Night Where Some of History's Most Interesting People Once Lived

Who knew you could spend a night in Picasso’s first studio in Paris or Roald Dahl’s favorite childhood holiday home in Wales? But there they are, these and more, the very places where historic figures through the ages have retreated from the world to do what they do best, whether it’s painting or pondering political transgressions or jamming on the guitar. Places today that you—and anyone—can stay for a night or two, transporting you back to another time.
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