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He recorded the Beatles in 1969 for the then-disintegrating band’s final album, “Let It Be,” and was the one who suggested they play a gig on the roof of Apple Corps’ London headquarters. “It was a difficult time for them,” Johns said. “But equally I also witnessed them having a really good time and being hysterically funny and just ordinary blokes.” Johns describes several lightning-bolt musical moments, like hearing Led Zeppelin for the first time after Jimmy Page, an old friend, asked Johns to record his new band. “My jaw was on the floor for the next week,” he said.
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Namale Resort and Spa , Hibiscus Hawaii, Savusavu, Fiji, +1 858 381 5177 8. Pet goldfish Forced to leave Rover behind? No worries. At Kimpton Hotels, guests can request a stand-in pet. The Kimpton’s in-room goldfish can’t sit or fetch, but they can, if scientific studies are to be believed, calm nerves, reduce anxiety and lower blood pressure. And if that doesn’t work, Kimpton also offers in-room yoga lessons. Kimpton Hotels , at various locations in the United States; +1 800 546 7866 9. Chocolate parlor Move over, Willy Wonka. Soneva Kiri’s over-the-top chocolate parlor serves non-stop free chocolate from mousses and fondues to candies, lattes and brioche. Who even knew there was such a thing as vinegar chocolate or citrus and thyme chocolate? A team of sweet-toothed chefs oversees the handcrafted, Fair Trade chocolate that makes its way to this resort on the Thai island of Kood.
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