Epicurean And Cultural Treasures Of Pyrenees Orientales

Mar 21, 2023  |   Contributor: Sean Hillen

Brimming with orchards, olive groves, vineyards and charming stonewall villages with the steep slopes of Canigó mountain as a majestic backdrop – the Pyrenees-Orientales region of southern France seduces visitors with its sh

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Quebec's Mauricie and Lanaudière: Authenticity at its Best

Nov 8, 2022  |   Contributor: Linda Fasteson

Road trippers traveling between Montreal and Quebec City tend to zip along Highway 20,  the fastest route between them. Some add another half hour or so to take the more scenic Highway 40 along the St. Lawrence River’s north shore. Othe

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Iceland’s Bolthole of Silence and Seclusion: The Panorama Glass Lodge

Sep 9, 2022  |   Contributor: Glenn Harris

Iceland is a country of indescribable natural beauty found in vast and wide open spaces. It is a land of incredible natural phenomena from glaciers to geysers as well as some of the world’s most stunning waterfalls and black sand beaches. Aw

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Head to the Desert This Winter to Experience the Charm of the J.W. Marriott

Nov 2, 2021  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

The J.W. Marriott Desert Springs Resort & Spa is the kind of resort you'll want to come back to time-after-time. With plenty of amenities to keep you busy throughout your stay, you may never want to leave.

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Your Guide to Recharging, Staying Fit & Supporting Local in Scottsdale

Jun 11, 2021  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

We recently headed to the desert to chase the sun, find some relaxation and soak up adventures in Scottsdale, Arizona. Filled with high-end resorts, a unique food and beverage scene, a charming downtown, and plenty of outdoor activities to stack your days with, it was a no-brainer to spend a long weekend in this chic destination.

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Top Five US Luxury Yacht Charter to Experience This Year

Jul 28, 2020  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

It’s no secret that the travel industry has taken a major hit due to current market conditions and if you’re like the rest of us, you’ve probably had to cancel a few trips. Since many methods of travel, especially flying, aren’t recommended nowadays, many people are turning to yacht charters instead. Which got us thinking about which US luxury yacht charters we most want to experience this year. Sure, there are a lot out there that would suffice, but these five are without a doubt our top picks. 

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The Hotel Arts Barcelona, The Ritz Carlton's Catalonian Work of Art

Aug 2, 2019  |   Contributor: Glenn Harris

There’s a reason why so many people love Barcelona, in fact, there are many. The  capital of Catalonia oozes with culture as an  art lovers paradise, foodie mecca, and has a nightlife scene that doesn’t sleep. The city is fro

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A Taste of Adventure: How to Spend Two Days in Charlevoix, Québec

Mar 28, 2019  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

When I first found out that my two-day trip to Charlevoix, Québec would include sledding at Le Massif de Charlevoix, fat biking on a frozen river, a distillery and brewery tour of Menaud, VIP dog sledding and a helicopter tour, I assumed something would definitely have to be cut from the itinerary.

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What's Trending for 2017: 5 of the Year's Top Luxury Travel Trends

Sep 1, 2017  |   Contributor: Kat Ward

Whether you're planning your annual family holiday or just a weekend getaway with your special someone, knowing your travel options is paramount to planning the perfect experience. 

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James Bond's Skyfall 183-Foot Superyacht For Sale

Jan 25, 2017  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

If you were paying attention back in 2012, you probably know that Regina, the yacht used in the James Bond film Skyfall, was for sale. At the time, the 183-foot vessel was being sold for €11 million (around USD $14 million at the time) and could be chartered for weekly jaunts for around €50,000 per week. Five years later, and the Bond superyacht is back on the market.

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Discovering the Best of French Influences in Switzerland's Countryside

Dec 16, 2013  |   Contributor: Cynthia Dial

A trip to Switzerland can be like visiting three separate countries—France, Germany and Italy—all uniquely distinctive, all wonderfully special, all within Switzerland. Constricted by time, I chose a French-style excursion through the country.

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Let Your Baggage Be Light With The New TUMI V3

Jul 8, 2016  |   Contributor: Kat Ward

Lugging around baggage is about as last century as it gets. Traveling light has become all the rage among those of us that travel frequently, and TUMI has created luggage to meet our needs.

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Retrace the Steps of European Royalty at India's Taj Falaknuma Palace

Jan 29, 2014  |   Contributor: Suzanne Weinstock Klein

Hyderabad, India is off the beaten path for tourists on the sub-continent. Jokingly called Cyberabad, the city is better known for its IT call centers than for its sightseeing. But drawn by reports of a palatial hotel, the Taj Falaknuma Palace, off to Hyderabad I went.

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2014 Travel Forecast: This Year is All About Fun, Fitness, Vodka and Cruising

Jan 23, 2014  |   Contributor: Lena Katz  |  1 Comment

To kick off the New Year, experts in every industry are sounding off with trends reports and “official lists” of what to do/where to go/what’ll be hot in 2014. We’re seeing fresh takes on classic pursuits, or extra perks for the consumer dollar, plus some cool freebies at surprisingly posh places. From multiple hotels launching free Happy Hour offerings, to Royal Caribbean debuting a “virtual balcony” so all their cruise passengers see are sunny skies…one thing is clear across all verticals: fun. The public demanded it, and the travel-world obliged.

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Game of Thrones Locations: Beautiful Spots From the HBO Hit Series

Mar 28, 2013  |   Contributor: Lena Katz  |  1 Comment

There are a lot of special effects in the HBO blockbuster fantasy series Game of Thrones, but one thing that’s never faked is the spectacular scenery. If you’re looking at an elegant medieval port city, an endless expanse of frozen white wasteland, or an exotic oasis within a parched desert, you’re probably looking at the real deal, not some sort of green screen. Many destinations have worked with GOT producers to get this impressive cast/crew of hundreds over to their most unusual and beautiful corners for filming. Now, as fans get ready for the start of Season 3, here’s our guide to where your favorite scenes were shot in real life.... Read More

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