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$50 Million Japanese Sleeper Train Slated for 2017 from Ferrari Designer Ken Okuyama

Jun 30, 2014  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Come spring 2017, a new Japanese luxury train will be unveiled from Ferrari Designer ken Okuyama with JR East called Cruise Train. The 34-passenger locomotive will include 10 cars including two lead cars with glass walls and observation areas, a dining car and a lounge car. ... Read More

7 Excursions for Guys Who Crave Adventure

Jun 24, 2014  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

Sometimes guys just need to be guys, and a number of vacations offer ample opportunity to partake in activities that seem well-suited to the rougher-around-the-edges sex. We've searched around the globe to find some of the most enriching and men-approved vacations available today. And, while we're certain gents will find these excursions interesting, it doesn’t mean women wouldn’t have fun on these outings, we’re just all for bromance vacations.... Read More

5 Sailing & Yacht Charters to Indulge Your Seafaring Fantasies This Summer

Jun 21, 2014  |   Contributor: Lena Katz

It’s the perfect weather for sailing, and we’ve found some of the best vessels for your most indulgent seafaring fantasies. Whether you prefer a lavishly appointed tall ship, a set departure on a specialty small ship, a fully crewed charter, or to captain and crew your own boat, there’s a company to fit your needs and a suggested destination on where to set your coordinates.... Read More

8 of Rome's Hidden & Less Well-Known Churches to Discover

Jun 19, 2014  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

As the free-spirited type who doesn’t enjoying planning (too much), I remember jumping onto a bus in Rome during a European backpacking adventure a few years ago without knowing exactly where to go. Turns out, the city is pretty large, and that first day, I missed a lot of attractions, including The Vatican which was closed the next day.... Read More

Your First South African Safari: Where to Stay, What to Pack & What to Expect

Jun 17, 2014  |   Contributor: Dorothy Cascerceri

With more and more couples, families and singles traveling to South Africa to experience the adventure and magic of a true safari, many wonder where to stay, what to pack and what to expect. For most people, the closest they have ever come to a three-ton elephant has been at their local zoo.... Read More

Be Among the First to Fly Around the World on the New Four Seasons Jet in 2015

Jun 16, 2014  |   Contributor: Noah Joseph

You always fly first class (or even on a private jet), stay in five-star hotels, and dine in only the finest restaurants. Typically, those experiences are all organized through different companies, but what if you could book one ticket and have a single trusted name take care of it all for you? That's the idea behind the Four Seasons Jet.... Read More

Does Temecula Valley's Wine Country Measure Up To Its Northern Neighbor, Napa Valley?

Jun 13, 2014  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

With the pull of a lever, puffs of fire shot up above our heads, warming the surrounding air and filling the checkered-rainbow hot air balloon as we rose higher and higher. Lofty Idea, as she is called, slowly moved farther and farther from the ground, quietly showing you how small you really are. On this crystal clear day the wind was tranquil, which meant the women piloting this Wizard-of-Oz vessel would have to heavily rely on finding just the right air space to cause the balloon to move right or left.... Read More

Beyond Beach Bars: 8 Reasons to Explore Cancun's Mayan Heritage and Yucatan Nature

Jun 13, 2014  |   Contributor: Lena Katz

Beach bars like this one may have come to represent a Cancun vacation, but on the Yucatan Peninsula where Cancun, the Riviera Maya, Cozumel and Tulum are located, culture and nature are deeply intertwined, offering infinite opportunities to explore and learn. Here are eight ways the Yucatan Peninsula can take your Mexican vacation to the next level, beyond the beach bars. ... Read More

5 Summer Camps That Offer More Than Just Campfire Sing-Alongs

Jun 5, 2014  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

Often sought-after by parents looking for fun ways to keep their children entertained while out of school, sleep-away summer camps have grown more and more creative with their programming to compete with the many others offered each June through August. Especially for families living in cities, they have become a great way for the young ones in the household to spend time outdoors connecting with nature and experiencing all manner of activities. ... Read More

5 Towns in Sicily Worth Visiting on Your Next European Adventure

Jun 3, 2014  |   Contributor: Sean Hillen

Lying between southern Italy and northern Africa, Sicily presents an attractive, all-year-round climate with which to indulge in its many activities. Following a recent 1,242-mile drive around its winding coastline and into its more mountainous territory, we discovered a few ways to enjoy Sicily’s many offerings.... Read More

 
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