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A Foodie's Delight: Eating Your Way Through the Santa Fe Wine & Chile Fiesta

BY : Diane Sukiennik & Michael Reiss | 2014

Santa Fe, New Mexico is the oldest capital in the US, its a place where the earth and sky defy description, it has an abode of never-ending adobe architecture, and is a wonderful culinary destination. All of these descriptors and more define this...

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Is Aruba the Caribbean Island For You? See What it Has to Offer Before Booking

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2014

If you would have told me a year ago that I would be traveling to Aruba in 2014, I wouldn’t have believed you. Don’t get me wrong, I travel frequently and have plans to explore every part of the world; but the small Caribbean island...

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Exploring Cognac, France: Where to Play, Eat & Learn About the French Brandy

BY : Dorothy Cascerceri | 2014

You don't have to be a cognac lover to love spending a few days in Cognac, France, though it's quite probable you will become one by the end of your stay. From the breathtaking views of more than 170,000 acres of vineyards to the...

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Win An Around-the-World Tour via Private Jet at the 2015 Naples Winter Wine Festival

BY : JustLuxe Team | 2014

Considered one of the top 10 arts and entertainment events for wealthy Americans by the Luxury Institute based on exclusivity, quality and prestige, the Naples Winter Wine Festival is set to kick off on January 23, 2015 at The Ritz-Carlton Golf...

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From Oslo to Bergen: Following in the Footsteps of Norway's Great Artists

BY : Eric Rosen | 2014

For such a small country (it only has about five million people), Norway has a phenomenally robust arts heritage. That legacy dates back well before the filigreed jewelry and impressive ships of the Vikings that once farmed the land and roamed the...

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VisitLondon.com Discovers the City's Best Places & Hidden Gems Through the Eyes of its Locals

BY : JustLuxe Team | 2014

When it comes to where we live or even the places we visit, we all have a story to tell. Whether you’ve traveled many miles to see the world, or you’ve chosen to remain in the same place your whole life, there is always a unique...

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Travel to Park City For a Fall Getaway Before the Snow Sets In

Your winter wardrobe and ski gear might still be in storage—after all, it’s only September—but now is the perfect time to fit in one last snow-free visit to Utah’s mountain paradise of Park City before the flakes start...
BY: Eric Rosen | 2011

This 17-Day Trip Will Fly You From England to The Middle East & Africa by Private Jet

BY : Donald Herrera-Fairbairn | 2014

TCS Expeditions, a private jet travel company specializing amazing single-trip excursions, has put together a 17-day Experiences of a Lifetime adventure from October 31 to November 16, 2014. Travelers will visit seven unforgettable locations via a...

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Pullman Rail Journeys is Ready to Help You Plan Your Holiday Getaway in Chicago & NYC

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2014

Well, it’s almost the holidays…or, at least it seems that way. As soon as Labor Day is over it feels as though life gets a little bit busier and before you know it, it’s Thanksgiving and then Christmas (I know, I felt overwhelmed...

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Exploring Greece's Little Island With the Quiet Soul & Deep Blue Waters

BY : Michelle Winner | 2014

If you are a discerning traveler who delights in an elegant stay, romance-inspiring views, and local gastronomy, but seek a place with a casual vibe, you'll fall in love with Santorini. The Santorini of today is moving from courting the daily...

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6 Unlikely Wine Regions Around the World

BY : Carly Zinderman | 2012

Certain parts of the world are like sacred ground for oenophiles, namely France and Northern California. But a number of unexpected locales are also getting into the wine business and turning out vintages that are receiving a lot of...

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The Warmer Side of Whistler Has More Than Just Wintertime Activities

BY : Cynthia Dial | 2014

It was my final day in Canada and I relaxed upon rattan palms at the entrance of Fairmont Chateau Whistler, which at 25 years of age is the village matriarch. As I awaited my transportation, I observed my surroundings. Encircled by the green of...

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