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We Bet Watchtower of Turkey Will Convince You to Visit the Middle Eastern Country

Oct 15, 2015  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

It’s hard not be intrigued by Turkey, the Middle Eastern country that has such a rich, spiritual culture, beautiful landscapes, mouth-watering gastronomy and storied history. The destination itself is a blend of many things, a hodge-podge of contradictions from ancient buildings to contemporary architecture and deeply-religious groups mixed with non-believing peoples. It is both Westernized and Oriental, and completely unordinary.

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Rosewood CordeValle: Capitola's Grand Resort Makes for a Great 24-Hour Vacation

Oct 14, 2015  |   Contributor: Patty Burness

Even on an overcast day, it’s a beautiful drive from San Francisco to the Monterey Bay coast, inland through Hecker Pass and into Capitola. Recently my husband and I did the drive and made a visit to Rosewood CordeValle hotel in for a 24-hour vacation.

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17-Time Tour de France Cyclist's Hotel is Keeping Guests Active in South Carolina

Oct 13, 2015  |   Contributor: Merilee Kern

Nestled within South Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains sits Hotel Domestique, a charming boutique property owned by legendary 17-time Tour de France cyclist George Hincapie on nearly 30 acres of grounds and vineyards. It’s no wonder this intimate, culturally-styled property attracts active travelers who are not only seeking a sophisticated respite away from the hustle-and-bustle-laden tourist traps, but also outdoor adventures.

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The Over 40-Year-Old Shangri-La is Still One of Singapore's Best Hotels

Oct 14, 2015  |   Contributor: Eric Rosen

Opened over 40 years ago, the Shangri-La Singapore was the luxury chain’s first property. When it initially welcomed guests to its location off Orchard Road, it was really just that…off a road that was lined by orchards and other agricultural ventures. Today, however, the district has become one of city-state’s most upscale and trendiest neighborhoods, and the hotel itself has grown alongside it.

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Visiting the Champs-Élysées: A Look at 2 Newly-Renovated Hotels in the Heart of the District

Oct 12, 2015  |   Contributor: Eric Rosen

Home to some of fashion’s most over-the-top flagship boutiques, Paris’ Champs-Élysées and Golden Triangle district is also one of the city’s most-touristed neighborhoods. In this setting, two newly-renovated luxury hotels—one contemporary, one classic—are adding more prestige to the area and offering visitors a chance to experience the City of Lights without getting lost in the crowds.

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Exploring Petra: A First-Timer's Guide to Visiting One of the 7 Wonders of the World

Oct 8, 2015  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

Hidden away among pink-hued cliffs in the valley of Wadi Musa, sits the forgotten city of Petra. In its heyday, the enigmatic destination was home to 30,000 people and the center of a kingdom four times the size of Jordan. The once-nomadic tribe of Nabataeans who called Petra home gained their wealth through the frankincense and myrrh trade as well as charging merchants for safe passage. It is their 800 tombs and monuments in the 2,640-acre park that drive visitors to the region daily. Today, the city’s chiseled architecture carved out of Mount Hor’s rockface is a reminder of what once was, evoking a sense of awe and mystery upon arrival.

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Santa Fe, New Mexico: The City of Turquoise is A Burgeoning Haven For Art Lovers

Oct 7, 2015  |   Contributor: Cynthia Dial

I am no novice to Santa Fe. Over the years I’ve visited multiple times, yet I remain impressed at its lists of notable residents. Long ago my attendance at Sunday mass at Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi revealed an usher best known as ‘60s actor and heartthrob Tab Hunter. 

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Travel Around the World & Gain a Healthier Lifestyle on This $230K Wellness Trip

Oct 6, 2015  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

There’s something to be said about having an accountability partner when looking to maintain a fitness routine. Having someone by your side through the process is undoubtedly much more helpful and definitely way more fun. However, when traveling, it’s generally just that much harder to keep up your wellness regimen.

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Break Up the Holiday Hustle & Bustle With a Daycation at Omni La Costa Resort & Spa

Oct 6, 2015  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

It seems like every year around this time, we begin to wonder how the months flew by so fast and get a little antsy about the upcoming holidays. While the Good Tidings season is all about peace, love and happiness, it can be pretty stressful. Retail stores are already getting busier, parking are harder to find and traffic jams are occurring at all hours of the day. One way to beat the holiday blues? A daycation.

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The Sophisticated Ballantyne Hotel Gets Southern Luxury & Resort Living Just Right

Oct 6, 2015  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

The Ballantyne is the quintessential Charlotte property, with a southern style that is warm and welcoming while exuding a certain air of sophistication. Home to a hotel, lodge and cottage, the resort features a PGA golf course, spa, 30,000 square feet of event space and delectable dining venues.

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