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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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Travel News: Delta Air Lines Begins Flights to Cuba from New York-JFK

travel December 3, 2016 0 Comments

Photo: Delta Air Lines executives including Henry Kuykendall, Delta’s Vice President – New York, celebrated at JFK International Airport alongside the crew members of Delta Flight 448, the airline’s first regularly scheduled flight to depart from the U.S. to Cuba in 55 years. Delta Air Lines launched service recently from the U.S. to Cuba with an inaugural flight from New York’s JFK airport…

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Where Should You Go On Vacation This Fall?

travel October 14, 2016 0 Comments

  Even though summer is over and the leaves are changing colors, memories of your summer adventures are starting to fade and it’s still quite awhile before Christmas vacation is here. Many of you are probably getting anxious to take a little time off and make some new lasting memories before years’ end. Since many won’t have the time to explore…

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5 Reasons Meditation is Essential for Travel

travel October 4, 2016 0 Comments

  Dina Kaplan knows a thing or two about stress. The founder of The Path shares with us why meditation is essential for travel: The travel of travel- Flights get delayed, boats get canceled and drivers don’t show up at the designated time. At home we can control our schedule, but when you travel it’s nearly impossible. When you meditate, you’re…

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Gorgeous Global Motorcycle Destinations

travel September 19, 2016 0 Comments

  Some say that the world has only gotten smaller, but when you work to explore every nook and cranny of uncharted (and charted) territory from the seat of a motorcycle the world grows exponentially. Nothing is as freeing and liberating as packing a saddlebag, gearing up, and hitting the open road to discover a new place.  This is the…

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5 Facts About Private Jets You’ve Never Heard Of

featured travel September 5, 2016 0 Comments

  There are many myths and misconceptions about the private jet industry. Most people think it’s too expensive, or accessible to only 1 percent of the population. JetSmarter, the private jet booking app revolutionizing the industry, has compiled five fun facts about the industry that might surprise you: 1. Half of the private jets in the world are owned by Americans As the…

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#LiveLikeALocal @ Viceroy Central Park New York

travel August 15, 2016 0 Comments

This summer Viceroy Central Park New York is introducing their #LiveLikeALocal experience for guests to truly experience the city of Manhattan the way a local would (no giant tour buses and group tours of the Statue of Liberty here). Between the complementary Citibike/Metrocard pass and a curated guide from the property’s Chief Concierge, the Live Like a Local package is…

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NYC “Digital Detox” Hotel Package at The Sanctuary Hotel

travel August 2, 2016 0 Comments

For couples looking to reconnect while disconnecting from their tablets and smartphones, the Sanctuary Hotel offers the Digital Detox Couples Retreat. Perfect for a summer getaway, upon check-in, travelers’ iPhones, tablets and other “screens” will be locked away safely for the duration of their stay (or however long the guest chooses). The rates start at $475 for Deluxe Queen rooms and…

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Breathtaking New Zealand

travel July 26, 2016 0 Comments

New Zealand is a place of breathtaking natural wonders, making it a hugely popular destination for travelers who want to see and experience nature at its best. This incredible country rewards active, hardy travelers who are ready to explore and hike this beautiful country’s gorgeous snow capped mountains and pristine lakes. A trip to New Zealand requires some planning ahead,…

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6 Smart Packing Tips for Summer Travel

travel July 5, 2016 0 Comments

Summer is a time when millions of people around the country travel for pleasure. In fact, the Bureau of Transportation Statistics reports that over 650 million long distance summer trips are made between Memorial Day weekend and Labor Day weekend, with at least 50 miles being considered long distance. They also report that 90 percent of those trips are done…

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Spotlight: The Time NY Penthouse

travel June 28, 2016 0 Comments

  The Time New York’s triplex penthouse suite recently got a facelift, and is ready to welcome guests to the 2,000-square-foot space. The accommodations feature over three floors with a 500-square-foot private terrace and over-the-top highlights including high-end, luxury furniture and bath amenities, an expansive marble bathroom and high-tech amenities, among others. To launch this new extravagant suite, The Time New York…

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The Breakers Palm Beach Offers Summer Promotion

travel June 22, 2016 0 Comments

The Breakers Palm Beach may be one of the most iconic hotels in the United States. The gorgeous beachfront property is offering a summer promotion (available June 1 – September 30, 2016 including July Fourth and Labor Day holiday weekends), that entices travelers to experience the best of what Palm Beach has to offer.   Enjoy:   FREE daily summer benefits at The Breakers, include:…

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Chatting with Erin Carere on Life, Love, Travel, Luxury & More

travel June 15, 2016 0 Comments

  Name: Erin Carere City: Los Angeles, CA… Hollywood, baby! Occupation: Singer, actress, writer. Imagine if Barbra Streisand and Andrea Bocelli had a baby who sang, acted, AND wrote! Most recently, I booked a principal role in Francis Ford Coppola’s newest project. I crashed the audition but won him over with my singing… I sang the Puccini aria “O Mio Babbino…

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America’s Greenest Cities

travel June 10, 2016 0 Comments

  At one point in time, “eco-friendly” was a buzz word. Our cities weren’t necessarily built with green practices in mind, and conservation was minimal. Now, more citizens aim to reduce their carbon footprints and improve air quality, while saving money on resources and utilities in the meantime. Here at Modernize, we love to research the greenest cities and gain…

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Quirky Homestays Around the World

travel April 15, 2016 0 Comments

Living like a local is all the rage.  But what about living with a local? gives travelers the chance to do both (and for as little as $14 a night!). Ever wanted to stay on an organic farm in Thailand, a treehouse in Costa Rica, your own private island off Nicaragua, a temple home in Bali, or a yacht off the Greek Islands?…

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Why Mornings Are better at Salt Hotels

travel April 14, 2016 0 Comments

Known for redefining the concept of a traditional bed and breakfast with a fresh, contemporary “no rules” approach, Salt Hotels Co-Founders David Bowd and Kevin O’Shea provide guests with a modern, elevated inn experience while still evoking an intimate, community atmosphere. Since officially launching Salt Hotels in 2015 with three properties – Salt House Inn and Eben House in Provincetown, MA, and The Chequit on Shelter Island, NY – the…

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