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Five things to do in Mui Ne

travel September 21, 2017 0 Comments

Mui Ne offers an alternative to tourists looking for an escape from the hustle and bustle of the busy cities of Hanoi and Saigon. Mui Ne, is a popular coastal resort destination of Phan Thiet and is known for its long sandy beaches, which span almost 15 km in length. Mui Ne is a comfortable four hour ride from the…

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Author Interview: Maria Murnane

books August 19, 2017 0 Comments

We had the pleasure of reading bestselling author and Brooklyn local Maria Murane’s new book Bridges: A Daphne White Novel (Wink’s Ink, April 2017). A story set in New York City, the book weaves a tale of long-term friendship between three women with the travels of New York City. From strolling along the Brooklyn Bridge to walking the famous floors of…

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Secret Marvels of the World

travel August 11, 2017 0 Comments

Did you know there’s a rainbow-colored national park in China, or an island overrun by poisonous snakes in Brazil? How about a warehouse of lost luggage in Alabama, or crystal caves in Chihuahua? From abandoned amusement parks to crooked forests, underwater museums to crawling rocks, Lonely Planet’s Secret Marvels of the World: 360 Extraordinary Places You Never Knew Existed and How to…

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Indulge in a Rare Solar Eclipse Getaway

travel August 11, 2017 0 Comments

This Aug. 21, a once-in-a-lifetime total solar eclipse will span diagonally across the United States and will therefore only be witnessed in select destinations. InvitedHome’s newest vacation rental in Jackson Hole – recently named in Travel + Leisure’s “50 Best Places to Travel” – is perfectly positioned near the direct path of totality, however, and offers the perfect escape to celebrate…

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Luxury in St. Moritz

travel July 15, 2017 1 Comments

  St. Moritz doesn’t tend to rank among the top buzzworthy destinations in Europe, but it’s one of those places that pops up now and then when you search for luxury accommodations and attractions, and with good reason. St. Moritz is a small resort town in Switzerland, best known as a holiday getaway for serious alpine skiers. There are other…

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Preview Ace Hotel Chicago This Summer

travel July 8, 2017 0 Comments

  Ace Hotel Chicago, opening September 1, 2017, is now accepting reservations for room previews beginning as early as July 1. Preview rooms are available at a friendly rate of 25% off for reservations booked for July through the end of August. With a selection of rooms open, sweeping views, and new menu offerings from partner Jason Vincent, of Giant,…

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Intercontinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort launches new ‘Vietnamese Cultural Experience’

travel July 6, 2017 0 Comments

Whether your idea of the perfect holiday is relaxing by your private pool or hiking surrounded by rainforests and mythical mountains, Vietnam is the perfect exotic destination. Historic monuments and ancient ruins are abound, as are pristine beaches, old-worldly streets and breath-taking natural scenery.  When in Vietnam, there’s only one place to stay when it comes to luxury – the…

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Spring Travel Must Haves

travel April 2, 2017 0 Comments

  Whether you are traveling with your girlfriends, significant other, or family, there are certain essentials you need to bring with you on a warm weather getaway. Portmantos, a luxury luggage e-tailer, offers a wide variety of chic and timeless suitcases and accessories from designer brands like Porsche, Mont Blanc, Rimowa, and Tumi – and is the perfect go-to online…

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The Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel Asks “How Would You Spend $50,000?”

travel February 19, 2017 0 Comments

  The newest offering at The Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel treats guests to an extraordinary shopping spree at the famed South Coast Plaza.     The ocean front resort is offering an exclusive opportunity to splurge and be pampered with a $50,000 shopping spree and stay in the resort’s Ritz-Carlton Suite in celebration of South Coast Plaza’s 50th Anniversary.     What…

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What Type of Traveller are you?

travel February 8, 2017 0 Comments

  There are few things in life better than travel. Whether it’s a weekend getaway, a long-awaited holiday, or a trip across the world, everyone enjoys travelling. Still, different travellers have different travelling styles, which ultimately determines their travel expectations. Check out the most common travel personalities, and you just might find the type of traveller you are. The Organizer…

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Why You Should Stop Over in Iceland

travel January 24, 2017 0 Comments

  Planning a getaway to Europe?  Have you thought about stopping in Iceland? Icelandair Stopover program provides passengers time to visit Iceland for up to seven nights at no additional cost on your way to more than 28 European locations including Paris, Spain, Germany, Switzerland and Amsterdam. Reykjavik is quickly becoming a go to for travelers “in the know” with attractions all year round…

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Escape the Inauguration at These Remote Homestays

travel January 19, 2017 0 Comments

Inauguration Day—it’s almost here. There’s no escaping the fact that Donald Trump will soon officially become the leader of the USA, but if you’re looking for a Twitter-free zone or just another timezone to escape to, Homestay.com has seven recommendations (from yurts to Balinese homes!) in the remotest of places. Homestay.com, a growing competitor to Airbnb, gives travelers the chance to live…

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Experience Monaco’s Enchanted Winter Season

travel January 17, 2017 0 Comments

Winter getaways conjure up images of skiing the Alps or relaxing by the Caribbean Sea, but dating back to the early 19th century, Monaco and the French Riviera became the favorite getaways for the European elite who sought an escape from their cold and bleak season for the winter sun, sea bathing and therapeutic spa retreats. And today, with approximately 300…

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Visiting Spoleto and Urbino With Bellarome

travel January 11, 2017 0 Comments

  Photo: flickr    Planning a trip to Central Italy is a must for any curious traveler who is interested in exploring the best that the country has to offer. While the cities of Urbino and Spoleto are lesser-known, they are some of the most beautiful in the region and well worth the visit. Bellarome’s Italian vacation packages and invaluable…

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The Ultimate Tuscany Vacation

travel December 20, 2016 0 Comments

Tuscany is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Italy. There are so many interesting attractions to explore in the area, that it’s easy to see why so many visitors stop. The best way to explore Italy is by day trips and excursions from a central home base. For instance, you can take private tours in Tuscany or a guided day tour of Milan.

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Ultimate Tanzania with Wilderlux

travel December 11, 2016 0 Comments

photo: flickr If you only go once, make sure you never forget. A safari itinerary to knock your socks off… barefoot luxury at its best. The wild heart of Africa is blissfully thrilling. The size, scale and scope of animals and landscapes in the safari lands inspire endless awe and excitement in newcomers and experienced safari-goers alike. It is a…

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