Posted on March 18, 2016 by Cheryl Rodewig in Travel
Do we call them “Golden Isles” because Spanish explorers came there seeking gold? Or is it for the way the sun hits the water — especially at sunset — spreading brilliant amber waves?
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Posted on March 17, 2016 by David Duran in Travel
When visiting California, for most, taking a trip to experience the beauty (and wine) of Napa Valley is one of the most desired things to do. The region is famous for its superb wines and visitors can’t help but get caught up in the moment of going from tasting room to tasting room. With so many different options of places to visit for tastings, it’s easy to overlook or miss some of the best. Luckily we’ve put together a list of seven tasting rooms that must be on your next Napa trip list. From the crowded but worth it, to the old school Napa experience, to the tech friendly winery of the future, to the wine pairing food truck, Napa has a bit of everything and if you can manage to visit all on this list, you will leave a Napa wizard, and feeling overly accomplished…just make sure to not do them all in one day.
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Posted on March 16, 2016 by Lavanya Sunkara in Travel
From the bright lights of Broadway and the bars of the Meatpacking District, to the iconic Statue of Liberty and world-renowned museums, New York City is the only place in the world where you get a true taste of culture. And that includes first-class hotels, offering top notch accommodations, in proximity to the action of the city that never sleeps. We have put together five hotels so you can experience the Big Apple no matter your budget.
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Posted on March 15, 2016 by David Duran in Travel
Traveling is becoming more and more commonplace and the new generation of travelers expects a lot more from where they stay. Travelers are on the road a lot more now whether for business or pleasure and brand loyalty is no longer something that keeps a guest coming back for more because there are just so many options out there that are reaching out to this new type of traveler. Major hotel brands have all developed or have begun to develop their more “hip” and cost-effective brand. Andaz, W Hotels, Aloft and Canopy are all examples of brands attracting younger travelers, but although they are reasonably priced, they are still not by any means considered budget. There is definitely a market for more money-saving hotels and motels but most travelers don’t want to stay in them, or at least admit to staying in them when on a trip because they come with preconceived stigmas. But one brand that dominates this particular market is taking perspectives into account and really making massive changes to head in a new direction to appeal not only to the budget traveler, but to the mid-scale market as well.
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Posted on March 14, 2016 by Manjulika Pramod in Travel
Three years ago when I visited Dubai for the first time, I was not so impressed with it. I thought the place was only enamored by the dazzle and fizz of the world’s highest, biggest and largest. But in my recent visit to the Emirate, I came back with an entirely different perception. I was taken in for a surprise when I explored it beyond its skyscrapers and lavish settings. I ensured that I kept away from the glitz and glamour and walked through its historical neighborhoods. This experience not only introduced me to its bygone eras but it also helped me find the gems of the Emirate that are high on art, culture and heritage.
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Posted on March 11, 2016 by Rana Good in Travel
Some of Martinique’s most beautiful locations aren’t on land but engulfed by water. That’s why it makes a lot of sense to spend time discovering the island via jetski rather than on foot. We’ve picked out four locales that you shouldn’t miss when you’re in Martinique — make sure to book a jetski tour to see one or better yet, all of these places.
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Posted on March 10, 2016 by Scott Josephson in Travel
New England is so much more than sailing, seafood, and a fervent love of the Red Sox. The states that define this spectacular region offer visitors a unique charm, spreading from the streets of its famed cities to the quaintness of its shoreline towns. Consider the overlooked, less trodden roads and put the new back in New England with these five must-visit locations.
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Posted on March 09, 2016 by Milou van Roon in Travel
Let’s be honest: if travel was free, we would all be doing it fulltime. Well, traveling for free may be a myth for most people, but you can definitely travel cheaper if you know where to look. Travel to countries with weaker currencies, for example. You get more for your money and you get to discover the world. It is a win-win really!
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