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Palmaïa — The House of Aïa A paradise of eco-nuances and intangible delights cocooned between an undisturbed jungle and the glistening Caribbean Sea.” Something that, until now, you’d need to travel to Tulum to find on Mexico’s Riviera Maya—and as anyone who’s been there can tell you, visiting Tulum can at times be an expensive, inconvenient
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(CNN) — The race is heating up to produce the first supersonic passenger aircraft to enter commercial service in more than 50 years. US planemaker Aerion, whose AS2 jet promises to fly New York to London in 4.5 hours, is building a massive new global headquarters in Florida ahead of production beginning on the supersonic
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(CNN) — They’re scattered all over Europe but their perfect geometrical beauty can only be fully admired when seen from above. Like snowflakes viewed through a magnifying glass, there’s a dazzling fractal-like quality to the neat, intricate way they’ve been laid out — just that we’re not talking here about natural wonders. An entirely new,
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Courtesy of The Biltmore Hotel What do Oprah Winfrey, Magic Johnson, Presidents Clinton, Eisenhower and Joe Biden and the Duke and Duchess of Windsor have in common? They’ve all stayed at the historic Biltmore Hotel in the exclusive Coral Gables area of Miami, Florida. As the esteemed and storied property recently celebrated its 95th Anniversary—having
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(CNN) — You’ll find it almost everywhere you turn — on T-shirts, bumper stickers, magnets and all types of tourist trinkets — the three words: “Ithaca is gorges.” After all, who doesn’t love a good pun? Ithaca, New York, is gorgeous, peppered with steep gorges (get it?), plunging waterfalls, and a tapestry of tree-covered mountains
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Jill Weinlein Imagine the fun you will have with your own putting green while staying in the Arnold Palmer Suite at the newly refreshed Park Hyatt Aviara Resort in Carlsbad, CA. Known as the golf manufacturing capital of America, Carlsbad is home to 35 golf companies including Callaway, TaylorMade, Titleist, Cobra, and Fujikura shafts. It’s
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(credit: Hilton Salwa Beach Resort & Villas along with the Qatar National Tourism Council) Since being chosen as the host country of FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022TM on December 2, 2010, Qatar has undergone a massive capital and tourism development strategy to diversify its offerings to its citizens and the general public. Throughout the last
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​The pandemic may have put a pause to many a vacation, but there’s still a creative way to get your travel fix. All it takes is an internet connection. Enter the live stream. These videos provide a real time glimpse into a destination. And while they may not be a perfect cure for wanderlust, they
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(CNN) — One of the most famous avenues in Paris, the Champs-Élysées, is set for a facelift that will see it transformed into a green, pedestrian-friendly space, after Mayor Anne Hidalgo gave the go-ahead for a major renovation project. The thoroughfare, one of the world’s most famous shopping streets, accommodates eight lanes of traffic as
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(CNN) — It was once the all-conquering superjumbo, but today it’s more likely to be viewed as a white elephant. As the latest nail in the coffin for the world’s largest passenger airliner, Qatar Airways has confirmed it will be retiring half of its fleet of 10 Airbus A380s, which have already been grounded since
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(CNN) — For more than eight years, the world sailing speed record has remained unbroken. In November 2012, Australian Paul Larsen reached 65.45 knots (or 121 kilometers per hour/75 mph) in his Vesta Sailrocket 2 in South Atlantic waters off the coast of Namibia. However, two rival teams, one in France and one in Switzerland,
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(CNN) — They’re watching you, wherever you walk. They know exactly where you pause, when you slow down and speed up, and they count you in and out of the city. What’s more, they’re tracking your phone, so they can tell exactly how many people from your country or region are in which area, at
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