The 5 Sexiest Dinner Tables in NYC

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I seem to frequent a lot of restaurants in New York City. Sometimes you want a place for the food, other times for the ambiance. With less than a month to go before Feb 14th, here is my pick for the top 5 sexiest tables in New York City.   1.) The NoMad  Trendy eatery with dark oak furnishings, rich fabrics,…

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Who Wants to Go to Mexico?

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My friends over at Traterra – a transformative new travel website – are debuting at the New York Times Travel Show this weekend, and to demonstrate the incredible quality of their product, show attendees will be able to enter to win one of our signature trips to experience Traterra first-hand to see for themselves. If you can’t make it to the show in NYC…

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Travel Guest Post: Top 5 Places to Visit in Calgary

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Looking for a fun place to go this winter? Calgary is a city, located in the south of the province of Alberta, Canada. It is an area of the foothills and prairie, approximately 80 km east of the front ranges of the Canadian Rockies. The place is a perfect destination for serene nature, interesting forts and splendid monuments. It is…

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January Giveaway! Kiss My Face Moisturizer

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My friends over at Kiss My Face want to make sure we don’t have dry skin during the these cold winter months, so they have decided to give away some of their products. It’s a mega moisturizer that helps heal dry, soften winter skin and feels great on all skin types.  Available in two exotic flavors, Pomegranate Acai and Coconut,…

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Saks January Beauty Event

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Attention Beauty Junkies: January just got prettier. Every day, all month long,Saks Fifth Avenue’s Beauty Treat Du Jour is giving you expert advice, deluxe gifts, and makeovers from the most luxurious names in beauty. Get a makeover from Nars, a mani from Dior, a massage courtesy of Jo Malone, and choose your new beauty favorites from Saks’ deluxe Sample Bar. Saks is…

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Castle Hill Retreat

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If you like reading, writing and traveling as much as I do, you are sure to like the Castle Hill Reader and Writers Retreat on May 20th-23rd, 2013. For 3 days, be in the company of literary elite in a historic mansion that has entertained visitors like George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, James Monroe, Patrick Henry and Robert E.…

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Travel Guest Post: Top Luxury Hotels in Rome

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Hotel de Russie, Rome.  Rome is an opulent setting with thousands of years of history and culture for your exploration and enjoyment. There are examples of ornate architecture on nearly every corner, and lavish works of art adorn buildings throughout the city. Sumptuous, decadent meals await you in bistros and restaurants. It is only fitting that the host of your…

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Adios West Coast!

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With the Consumer Electronics Show over, I am headed back to New York City as my home base for the next couple of weeks. Here are a few pictures from the show!   The cutting-edge Audi R18 e-tron quattro Le Mans sportscar.       Showing off the Street by 50 line of headsets at The SMS Party at The Cosmopolitan.…

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Viva! Las Vegas

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I have been in Las Vegas since Friday, doing exactly the opposite of what everyone else in Sin City is doing. After my whirwind West Coast trip (Vegas-LA-Vegas-Mammath-Lake Tahoe-Napa Valley-San Francisco-Vegas) I have been in full-on  recovery  mode preparing for my 10th or so year of the Consumer Electronics Show. The largest trade show show in Las Vegas, CES draws around 150,000 to…

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First Travels of 2013

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Where does one go when you spend all of 2012 in the biggest cities in the world? The middle of nowhere. Check out some candid shots of my West Coast tour of Mammoth Lakes, Lake Tahoe and Napa Valley. xoxo   Mammoth Mountain.     Heavenly @ Lake Tahoe.   Lake Mono, on the drive from Mammoth to Lake Tahoe.…

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Happy New Year!

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I am all about the new year, new changes and new experiences. Which is why I am going to take the advice of blogging guru Christine Gilbert over at when she told me to go back to heading up Jetsetera. Starting now, the majority of the writing and posts will be done by me instead of the team of…

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Travel: 4 Gorgeous Ski Chalets to Kick Off the 2013 Ski Season

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  Want to kick off the 2013 ski season in style? Then go to one of these gorgeous chalets! Read on to find the one for you. Mind you, they’re all that fabulous, you’ll probably have trouble deciding. Chamois Lodge, St Martin de Belleville This lush lodge is found in the tranquil hamlet of Villarabout. Just a stone’s throw away…

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Travel: Swimming with Dolphins Around the World

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Have you ever lived out a fantasy? It’s probably a lot different to what you’re doing right now, but just because it seems like something most people only dream about doesn’t mean you can’t do it. Some people think climbing the world’s highest mountain is the ultimate rush. For others it’s trekking deep inside tropical jungles. Then you have the…

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Travel: Montreal for the Sophisticated Traveler

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Whether it’s your first time visiting Montreal or you are a regular to the city, you’ll delight in the area’s rich culture and European influences. While Montreal is a North American city and retains many of the characteristics of larger cities of this region, it also boasts a prominent European inspiration, evident in the many French-speaking people and performances throughout…

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Travel: Disney World- Without the Parks

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Say the words “Disney World” and you’re bound to get one of two reactions: total excitement or a mixture of fear and dread. As anyone who has ever taken a Disney vacation will tell you, spending a week navigating four different theme parks is enough to make you need another vacation when you get back. But here’s the thing: You…

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Travel: 3 Things To Do in Europe Right Now

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If you find yourself in London for the holidays, you find limitless adventures awaiting you. If this is your first time here are 3 stops you cannot miss and will keep you entertained: London Eye Tickets The London Eye is a giant Ferris on the banks of the River Thames in London, England, erected in 1999. The entire structure is 135 metres (443 ft) tall and the wheel…

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