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Something New Under the Sun: SantAnna Mykonos Opens for the Season

Jun 29, 2018  |   Contributor: Quentin Caulfield-Smith

A perennial summer favorite of jet-setting sun seekers, the Greek Island of Mykonos has come to define the concept of high-end beach going for the modern traveler. With glimpses of white sand and turquoise surf at every hairpin turn, it goes witho... Read More

Canada's Exceptional Setting for Food, Wine and Wandering is BC's Okanagan

Jun 27, 2018  |   Contributor: Cynthia Dial

Prior to landing when circling above the Okanagan Valley, the birds-eye view is simply a peek of this portion of the province famous for its abundant agriculture, plentiful vineyards and acres of golf—all complemented by lakes, beaches, Abor... Read More

An Austrian Adventure . . . City by City, Calorie by Calorie

Jun 27, 2018  |   Contributor: Cynthia Dial

Known as the land of imperial traditions, grand architecture, renowned composers, rolling countrysides and cobbled town squares, Austria is also a land of delicious food fare. So, let’s start in Vienna and visit a portion of this Eur... Read More

A Seasonal Setting for Everyone, All the Time

Jun 27, 2018  |   Contributor: Cynthia Dial

The first time I visited Quebec City was magical. It was January, my purpose was to experience Winter Carnival and I returned in love with Canada’s wedding-cake white wonderland. My reappearance – a 180-degree departure in time –... Read More

Exuma Golf - Too Beautiful in the Bahamas

Jun 22, 2018  |   Contributor: Tim Cotroneo

Sandals Emerald Bay Golf Course in Great Exuma Is it possible that a golf course’s beauty can hurt your game? Emerald Bay Head Professional Richard Gibson believes this could be the case... Read More

Holistic Healing in Sri Lanka at the Santani Wellness Resort & Spa

Jun 20, 2018  |   Contributor: Glenn Harris

We travel for a wide variety of reasons. Some to explore a new landscape or city with a rich history, others for an occasion or to visit friends and family. Then there’s the other type of travel. One who desires tranquility where we can just... Read More

Buenos Aires in 48 hours

Jun 20, 2018  |   Contributor: Katherine Bond

Juicy steaks and impeccable wine? Done. Elegant architecture and incredible museums? Yep. Tantalizing tango, stunning graffiti art, cobblestones on the street? Yes. Buenos Aires remains the 2nd most visited city in all of Latin America, just behin... Read More

California's Cavallo Point combines vintage and modern with panoramic views over the Golden Gate Bridge

Jun 12, 2018  |   Contributor: Sean Hillen

Once called Fort Baker, a military outpost built in the late 1800s to protect the port of San Francisco, Cavallo Point is now an historic... Read More

Hennessy VS Cognac Unveils a Cool New Collaboration With Portuguese Street Artist Vhils

Jun 12, 2018  |   Contributor: Jared Paul Stern

Famed French cognac house Hennessy, maker of the world’s finest luxury spirit, has unveiled a cool new collaboration with renowned Por... Read More

Rome's Ancient Past and Future: A Stay in the Eternal City and the Palazzo Montemartini

Jun 7, 2018  |   Contributor: Glenn Harris

Rome is, without question, one of the world’s most breath-taking cities.  A stroll in any direction will lead to arresting monuments, iconic statues, and endless possibilities for a tet-a-tet with la dolce vita . The funny thing is that... Read More

 
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