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This 9-Day Myanmar River Cruise Gets You Up Close and Personal to the Land of Golden Temples

BY : Diane Sukiennik & Michael Reiss | 2015

Experiencing Myanmar now—before it becomes too commercialized—is a must for any seasoned traveler. Doing it in style aboard the newly-built 56-passenger, all-suite Irrawaddy Explorer, offered by Haimark Travel, makes the trip a deluxe adventure....

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Moving Mountains Specializes in Catered Chalet Concept For Custom Colorado Vacations

BY : Julie Hatfield | 2015

To a skier on vacation, luxury means not having to leave your hotel to take on the snowy roads, be it to get to the slopes or to find a great restaurant at the end of a long day. We recently experienced one of the best ski trips we’ve ever...

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Channel Your Inner Explorer by Crossing the Arctic Circle to Greenland

BY : Vicki Arkoff | 2015

There’s a saying among international jetsetters, “When you have seen the world, then there is always Greenland.” True enough; not everyone can casually mention that they’ve seen narwhals and walruses in the wild. For bragging...

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The Historic Waldorf Astoria Remains Ever-Glamorous After All These Years

BY : Maria Yates | 2015

An official New York City landmark since 1993, the Waldorf Astoria occupies an entire city block of prime mid-town Manhattan real estate. This 47-story, 625-feet structure is one of the world’s largest art deco buildings, and as my...

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From Hollywood to Morocco: Actress Linda Kozlowski Gives Us Her Must-Dos in the African City

BY : Dorothy Cascerceri | 2015

You may recognize Linda Kozlowski from her role as Sue Charlton in the popular 1980’s Crocodile Dundee movie trilogy. But these days, following her divorce from husband and actor Paul Hogan of 24 years, Kozlowski is more focused on Morocco...

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5 Resorts Perfectly Primed for Your Late Season Ski Holiday

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2015

Spring is officially less than a month away and soon these dreary, bone-chilling days will be a thing of the past (even though East Coasters may beg to differ). But before we say goodbye to winter, there’s still plenty of time to hit the...

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Iran as a Tourist Destination: Tips For Americans Visiting the Middle Eastern Country

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2015

Last week, NPR broadcast a story entitled ‘You Are Invited’: Isolated Iran Seeks Foreign Tourists, which juxtaposed the revolution’s slogan, “Death to America,” with its current international tourism...

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Alila Ubud is an Exotic Surprise in Bali's Untouched Jungles

BY : Katherine Bond | 2015

When a hotel's name means "surprise," my expectations surely rise; such was the case with Alila, whose Sanskrit name translates to just that. During my last trip to Malaysia and Indonesia, there was no greater sheer surprise than Alila...

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3 Tech-Saavy Hotels Offering Great 21st Century Amenities

BY : Vicki Arkoff | 2015

While many hotels struggle to move into the 21st century—some still withholding complimentary Wi-Fi service and others furnishing rooms with outdated digital capabilities—smart hoteliers are bravely leaping into the future with their...

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Never Sign a Check at Mexico's Royal Hideaway Playacar

BY : Jared Paul Stern | 2015

It’s kind of a coming-of-age awakening when you first venture outside the hectic city of Cancun in search of a more grown up resort experience on Mexico’s Caribbean coast. And if you value classic luxury, service and style, you will most...

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ME Brings an Aura Concierge, Celebrity Sparkle and a Youthful Classy Vibe to the Cancun Coastline

BY : Jared Paul Stern | 2015

It’s clear from first glance that the stylish ME Cancun by Melia is a cut above in the Mexican beach town known as the ultimate spring breaker’s paradise. Part of the renowned Melia Hotels International, it is in fact the only all-inclusive ME...

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The Sebastian Gets a Much-Needed Makeover After Being Open Only 4 years

BY : Chad Chisholm | 2015

The Vail Valley is known for its fantastic slopes, walkable downtown district and luxury shopping. And its fine dining establishments, annual festivals and concerts bring a worldly crowd to this mountain oasis. In the hustle and bustle...

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