Monthly Archive for: ‘2 weeks ago’

6 Dream-like Hotels in Rome

6 Dream-like Hotels in Rome

A well-designed trip to Rome offers the traveler the chance to live history, not just to view it. Six properties …

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Get Yourself Lost In The Most Romantic Spots of Canada

Get Yourself Lost In The Most Romantic Spots of Canada

  Looking to get away with your special someone but a beachside resort isn’t your speed? Consider one of these …

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Spending Wonderful Time in New England

Spending Wonderful Time in New England

These four getaways provide the quintessential Americana-by-the-sea experience Gurney’s, a famed Montauk, Long Island resort in New York, now has …

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Have a Cup of Tea in The Exclusive Mercer Hotel Lounge – New York

Have a Cup of Tea in The Exclusive Mercer Hotel Lounge – New York

Rather than jostle with the evening crowds, a weekday breakfast at Balthazar is a great way to experience this Soho …

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Watch A Foreign Film at Film Forum and Have a Meal at Ear Inn – New York

Watch A Foreign Film at Film Forum and Have a Meal at Ear Inn – New York

A cinephile’s paradise, The Film Forum (pictured above) has been New York’s leading movie house for indie premieres, classic and …

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Marakele National Park

Marakele National Park

Marakele in the Waterberg might be smaller and quieter than most other national parks, but it’s still home to the …

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Mokala National Park

Mokala National Park

Mokala isn’t the kind of park where you’ll be inundated with leopards and lions. It’s a place to slow down …

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Bontebok National Park

Bontebok National Park

Bontebok is the corner store of South Africa’s national parks: It’s small and nearby (if you live in Cape Town), …

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The Love for Wine Spread Over The Andes – Vina Montes and Kaiken

The Love for Wine Spread Over The Andes – Vina Montes and Kaiken

They say “like father like son” but in the case of the Montes, they stand for different sides of the …

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Exploring Philadelphia’s Culinary History

Exploring Philadelphia’s Culinary History

Philadelphia is one of the most historic cities in America. Most first time visitors go to the usual sites like …

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