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Enhance your trip to the Paris Catacombs with this award-winning novel

Sep 18, 2014  |   Contributor: Suzi Butcher

If you are planning a vacation in Paris, then you are probably imagining spending your days strolling alongside the... Read More

A luxurious stay in Lyme Regis

Sep 18, 2014  |   Contributor: Elisabeth Morgan-Rees

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Kabuki Restaurant Pops-Up at Hotel Arts Barcelona

Sep 18, 2014  |   Contributor: Gabriele Klink

Hotel Arts Barcelona never ceases to impress with their endless stream of gastronomical events. This fall, they are partnering with Chef Ricardo Sanz, of the award winning, Michelin-Starred Kabuki restaurant to bring the first ever Kabuki experien... Read More

How To Choose Colors For Bimini Tops the Right Way to Mauritius tour

Sep 18, 2014  |   Contributor: Ishrat Batool

Have you taken a look at how bimini tops are designed these days? They can be found in a variety of different colors. These colors are designed to mix in quite well with your boat. They can also make your unit stand out from the rest of th... Read More

The Mirbeau Inn & Spa Provides the Perfect Weekend Escape

Sep 16, 2014  |   Contributor: Kellie K. Speed

If you are looking for some quiet respite from your harried schedule, it’s time to head down to the newly opened Mirbeau Inn & Spa located at The Pinehills in Plymouth, Mass. From the moment you make your way up the cobblestone driveway ... Read More

Play Golf like a Royal in Bermuda

Sep 11, 2014  |   Contributor: Sunil Pandey  |  2 Comments

Bermuda is a popular golfing destination. And with its beautiful coastal views and lush greens, it's easy to see why so many avid golfers want to tee-off in such style. The Port Royal Golf Club in Bermuda is one of the world's best golf... Read More

New Luxury Property Puts Southern Tanzania on the Map

Sep 9, 2014  |   Contributor: Gabriele Klink  |  2 Comments

Azura Selous, A brand new luxury property in the Selous Game Reserve, has put Southern Tanzania on the map. While many tourists flock to the Serengeti, The Selous Game Reserve is three times the size of the Serengeti, and offers authentic and undi... Read More

Hotel Arts Barcelona Mixology: Fusion Cocktails and Cuisine Plus New Executive Chef

Sep 9, 2014  |   Contributor: Gabriele Klink  |  2 Comments

This fall, Hotel Arts Barcelona will introduce an exclusive culinary event unlike any previously hosted. From October 13th - 19th, guests can enjoy a gastronomically fueled journey with a special menu created by Chef Ricardo Sanz, of Michelin star... Read More

5 World Heritage Sites of Vietnam You should not Miss

Sep 9, 2014  |   Contributor: James Pattrick  |  1 Comment

Vietnam is mostly known for its beautiful landscapes, beaches and traditional places that have been attracting many tourists from both national and international countries every year. Here we will be discussing the five places of Vietnam that has ... Read More

Sea, Sand and Luxury: Three Chic Spots for Beach Lovers

Sep 9, 2014  |   Contributor: Colleen McNamara

Soft sands. Refreshing water. Sunshine (probably) and gentle breezes. From Maui to St Barts to Los Angeles, the places on this list are considered the cream of the vacation spot crop. Here’s a quick breakdown of what each picture-perfect sho... Read More

Five MUST SEE places in Crete, Greece

Sep 9, 2014  |   Contributor: Maria Athanasopoulou

1.The Palm Forest at the area of  Vai: It is located in Lassithi approximately 20 km away  from the town of Sitia. There you will see the 'Cretan' palm. The certain area was named natural protected because ... Read More

Boston's Itadaki Offers an Authentic Taste of Japan

Sep 9, 2014  |   Contributor: Kellie K. Speed

Newbury Street in Boston is well known for its hip and trendy style. From boutique shops displaying couture collections to restaurants that enjoy a premium real estate, it’s a great place to spend an afternoon. Tourists and locals alike come... Read More

Shake Shack Chestnut Hill is a Great Stop for Families

Sep 9, 2014  |   Contributor: Kellie K. Speed

Last year, to much fanfare, Shake Shack opened its first Massachusetts location at The Street in Chestnut Hill. Since then, this burger and fries joint has become one of the most popular stops for families looking for a quick meal with the family.... Read More

The Ride of a Lifetime Aboard the Hood Blimp

Sep 9, 2014  |   Contributor: Kellie K. Speed  |  1 Comment

Last week, my husband, Will, and I had the opportunity of a lifetime to take a ride aboard the Hood blimp. We met with senior airship pilot Terry Dillard at the Beverly Municipal Airport and took a near two-hour tour of the beautiful coastline nor... Read More

Davio's Foxboro is the Perfect Stop Before or After a Patriots Game

Sep 9, 2014  |   Contributor: Kellie K. Speed  |  1 Comment

Now that the summer is officially over here in Boston, all eyes are now focused on the Patriots and the start of football season. To kick things off right, we suggest heading out to Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse located at Patriot Plac... Read More

Boston's Copley Square Hotel Provides the Perfect Staycation

Sep 9, 2014  |   Contributor: Kellie K. Speed  |  1 Comment

Boston is well known for its historic sites, great restaurants and numerous things to do. For these reasons, we decided to plan a “staycation” to see what it is like to be a tourist in our favorite city.... Read More

Arola Nights: Classics Beneath the Stars

Sep 4, 2014  |   Contributor: Gabriele Klink  |  1 Comment

In honor of the end of summer, Hotel Arts Barcelona has introduced an evening under the stars with their new “Arola Nights.” Set on the terrace beneath twinkling stars at their famed waterfront restaurant and guest favorite, Arola, gue... Read More

Late Escape: 5 Exciting Last-Minute Destinations Before Summer Ends

Sep 4, 2014  |   Contributor: Huelo Dunn  |  2 Comments

With autumn just around the corner, lots of people are itching to take one last trip before the weather turns. Think the first week of September is too late to plan your last summer hurrah? Think again. There’s still time to enjoy plenty of... Read More

Luxury Cruising, New York Style

Sep 4, 2014  |   Contributor: Roger Sands

    With a unique all-glass design inspired by the venerable river boats of Europe, the elegant Bateaux New York delivers creative plated cuisine alongside gracious service and 360 degree views of the New York Harbor and the Statue o... Read More

Extravagance in Rome

Sep 4, 2014  |   Contributor: Kelly Leighton

Extravagance in Rome Rome- The eternal city, brimming with the richest history, art, culture and beauty. What better way to fall in love with such a place than to be surrounded in pure luxury. We have rounded up some of th... Read More

Ritz Carlton Marina Del Rey: Marina Views and Brunch by the Beach

Sep 4, 2014  |   Contributor: Victor and Mary

Luxury accommodations by the beach are few and far between in the Venice Beach area of Los Angeles. On the westside of the city, the tourists and local flow of people makes for a stimulating scene. Just south in Marina Del Rey, the Ritz Carlton st... Read More

Turning of the Leaves - an Autumn Ritual

Sep 4, 2014  |   Contributor: Dennis Payne

Every autumn we stand in awe of the beauty in our forests as the green leaves of summer change gradually to a rich mixture of red, purple, orange and yellow. Technically, this change is the result of chemical processes happening in the tre... Read More

A Ride to the Arizona Desert: Sheraton’s Wild Horse Pass Resort and Spa

Sep 4, 2014  |   Contributor: Victor and Mary   |  2 Comments

For fall travel, this resort and spa hits all the stops...a luxurious escape with ample amenities, pampering, and majestic beauty. Especially so in the fall and winter months when Arizona truly comes into its own, boasting beautiful vistas and com... Read More

Six MUST DO things in Mykonos island, Greece

Sep 4, 2014  |   Contributor: Maria Athanasopoulou  |  2 Comments

1.         A stroll along Chora, the island capital. Enjoy the local architecture in its endless narrow streets, discover numerous gorgeous corners. Time for shopping is definitely another must.... Read More

Kastoria, Greece: A town by the lake..

Sep 4, 2014  |   Contributor: Maria Athanasopoulou

Those who love traveling keep finding and exploring new destinations to visit. This need of ours for traveling brought us to Kastoria the other day, one of the most beautiful towns of northwestern Greece</... Read More

Hotel Review: Afkos Grammos Hotel, Greece

Sep 4, 2014  |   Contributor: Maria Athanasopoulou  |  4 Comments

For our stay at Nestorio, Kastoria  during a short business trip last month, we chose the AFKOS GRAMMOS HOTEL.  I... Read More

Northern light in Iceland winter 2014-2015

Sep 4, 2014  |   Contributor: Andres Ivanovic  |  3 Comments

Winter travel in Iceland is mostly based on Aurora borealis, or better known as Northern light.  Best time to see this natural phenomena is in from October to April.  Inside this months are 100 days most likely to see Aurora. It is Janua... Read More

Presidentially Posh: The Upper East Side's Carlyle Boasts a Rich History & Cozy Reading Corners

Sep 2, 2014  |   Contributor: Katherine Bond

Not every hotel can brag it’s hosted every President since Truman. In fact, I'm not sure if any can make such a claim except The Carlyle, a Rosewood Hotel. Located quietly along Central Park in Manhattan's Upper East Side, The Carlyle has remained a beloved icon of the Big Apple since opening in 1930. ... Read More

 
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