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Mid-Summer in West Sweden: Seafood and a Southern Archipelago Adventure

Jul 25, 2013  |   Contributor: Lena Katz

Once a blue-collar shipping port, Gothenburg, Sweden’s second-largest city on the western seacoast, now has an up-and-coming social scene and burgeoning culinary cred. Fresher-than-fresh seafood, beautifully verdant public parks in the city center and the most happening live events calendar in the country make this city popular with travelers seeking the ‘next big thing’ in Scandinavia.... Read More

The Girlfriend's Guide to The Kennebunkport Festival in Maine

Jul 23, 2013  |   Contributor: Maralyn D. Hill

Sometimes we want just to veg out with a BFF on vacation and sometimes girls just wanna have fun! For this particular girls getaway, we were looking for an unusual escape that would offer relaxation along with fun, excellent food, wine and mingling with locals. It was found by attending Maine's 2013 Kennebunkport Festival for food, wine, and works of art. For six days, Kennebunkport showcases their local talent to the community through an event featuring chefs, artists, musicians, wine purveyors and beer makers.... Read More

$40,000 Fishing Trip: From the Rockies to Los Cabos

Jul 18, 2013  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

There’s something very peaceful about fly fishing — standing there in the stillness, being one with nature — it’s a sport that teaches the beauty behind patience. It’s relaxing, and yet, exciting. While you may spend a few days at different lakes and rivers in the area, typically you aren’t jumping from state to state on the same trip. However, Rawah Ranch and Villas Del Mar in Los Cabos have made exploring different waters a little easier with their River to Sea package.... Read More

Sir Richard Branson's $60K Nightly Great House on Necker Island Reopens

Jul 17, 2013  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

After having been burned down in 2011, Sir Richard Branson’s Great House on his privately-owned Necker Island is finally back in service with authentic Balinese flair and new al fresco design. The two-year project boasts fresh concepts and creative twists to the previous home. Officially opening to guests September 2013, the house features eight guestrooms, each complete with a balcony, king-size beds and en-suite bathrooms.... Read More

Find Summer Romance at These 5 Fabled Love Story Locations

Jul 4, 2013  |   Contributor: Tara Imperatore

Our favorite romantic movies and novels have the ability to whisk us away to these magical lands where two people just can’t bear to be without one another. You ask yourself "where in the world are these love-provoking locations and how do I get there?" Then you realize these places aren’t so far away and mysterious after all—Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan made sparks fly in New York City and Scarlett O’Hara was fighting for her happy ending near Atlanta. Turns out these fabled affairs occur in places you are well aware of and might have visited before. And even though these stories are fictional, the romance that can be found in these cities is very real.... Read More

9 Ways to Experience Halkidiki, Greece: Where to Stay, Eat & Explore

Jul 2, 2013  |   Contributor: Stefanie Payne

Traveling to the islands of Greece is by far the most popular way to experience the beaches on the Aegean Sea. But north of Santorini and Rhodes, you’ll find a new way to explore the beaches of Greece on the coasts of Halkidiki, the birthplace of Aristotle. Here, there is no cultural, culinary, back-roads or sea-based adventure that can’t be dreamed up. This is where Greek families head for summer vacation and where a relaxed quest for enjoyment rules.... Read More

 
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