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Celebrate the Holidays with These Toasty Drinks

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  With the holiday season in full swing, come with it the standard holiday cocktails: spiked eggnog, hot toddies and various peppermint-flavored mixtures. This time around, celebrate another remarkable year gone by and toast to your loved ones with a cocktail unlike any other. The BACARDI Ocho Nieves is a standout cocktail, incorporating some of the season’s favorite flavors by using unique…

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Lifestyle: Holiday Gift Ideas

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Shereen M / Foter.com / CC BY-NC-ND   Looking for that perfect something? Check out our list of some great gifts to give this holiday season. Founded by famed designer Ralph Lauren’s daughter, Dylan, Dylan’s Candy Bar is a veritable candy wonderland that merges the world of art & fashion with candy. Find your favorite candy, unique treats, chocolate, and many…

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Travel: A ‘Roman Holiday’ Kind of Holiday

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joiseyshowaa / Foter / CC BY-SA   In William Wyler’s 1953 movie, Roman Holiday, Audrey Hepburn plays a princess wanting desperately to escape her strictly regimented life and experience Rome as a mere tourist. In the film, Gregory Peck is a reporter who happens upon her before he knows who she is. He of course falls in love after agreeing…

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Valentine’s Day Splurges

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1stdibs, the uber exclusive dealer curated site of goodies offers some last minute luxe gifts that speak the international languages of love and money. Luscious-lipped couches and vintage heart-checked Versace blouses are surefire ways to get your sweetheart’s attention. The National Retail Federation estimates that total spending this Valentine’s Day will reach $18.6 billion with a significant portion attributed to luxury goods, with…

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Travel: Tips for Holiday Hotel Booking

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  As Christmas approaches there becomes a palpable sense of anticipation in the air; not only about shopping for the family, but working out the logistics of getting around the county, where you’re going to stay on your travels and how far in advance you should be booking your Christmas accommodation. Staying a night or two in one of the…

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Travel: Perks of a Travel Butler

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Did you ever think that with little expert guidance you would have made your last trip a little more worthwhile? Well, then indeed you were thinking about a travel butler. Travel butler can help you with end to end holiday solutions. Right from choosing the right destination, to scouting the internet for all the relevant information including looking for discount…

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Travel Guest Post: Driving Expeditions in Europe

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Driving expeditions make for some of the best holidays. They are very good for strengthening relationships and for families with children the bonding experience provided is often unparalleled. Very often the only difficulty faced on these expeditions is picking a destination that will offer a joyous experience for everyone involved. Whilst African safaris and South American rainforests are the most…

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Travel Guest Post: St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations in NYC

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New Yorkers, Irish or not will soon transform the streets of Manhattan into a sea of green to pay homage to the patron Saint Patrick, and visitor’s will be swarming to the city to be a part of the festivities. If any New Yorkers would like to join in on the celebrations, CitySights NY has suggested New York’s top ten locations to…

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Travel Guest Post: 4 Reasons to Holiday in Sorrento

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How not to fall in love in front of the magnificent panorama of the Sorrento Peninsula? There are many reasons to fall in love with Sorrento. The first reason is the food. Although seemingly simple, the dishes of Sorrento are the result of imagination and estrus of local people who have taken the ingredients of the place and have reworked…

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Travel Guest Post: Sultry Napa Valley for Valentine’s Day

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New flames just matched via dot-coms or counterparts set up long ago by conspiring mothers, couples can enjoy a mid-month getaway this February, courtesy of St. Valentine and the Napa Valley. Romantic fireplaces, sweet spa treatments and that supple Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon set a Valentine’s Day tone like no other. Below are some of the sultriest places to snuggle…

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Travel Guest Post: Hotel de la Paix

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White feathers are an international symbol of peace. This year, Hôtel de la Paix (The Hotel of Peace), a five-star boutique hotel dedicated to community sustainability in Siem Reap, Cambodia, is dedicated to touching millions world-wide with an Eco-conscious Christmas tree composed of  3,200 white feathers, hung delicately on individual wires from the ceiling in the hotel’s lobby. Now, more than 3 million unique users…

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Travel Guest Post: Honeymoon Holidays Vietnamese Style

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Deciding where to go on a honeymoon holiday is not always an easy choice so why not go for something a little bit different. Vietnam is fast becoming an incredibly popular holiday destination and is perfect for honeymooners and indeed families alike. This mysterious and wondrous land offers everything a newlywed couple could want – fantastic beaches, stunning interior forests,…

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Travel Guest Post: Luxury Skiing in France

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There are many luxury ski resorts in France and the best of these attract skiers from around the world, lured into the resorts by the powder and après ski. France has some of the best Alpine skiing in Europe and the French food certainly makes a holiday in the country worthwhile. Whether you are a seasoned skier or a beginner…

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