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©SumikoPhoto/Getty Images Day trips in this region conjure up visions of vast desert landscapes, rodeos, and lake adventures. Rugged. Beautiful. And fun. The Southwest is the ultimate playground, luring adventurers with red-rock canyons, Wild West legends and the kicky delights of green chile stew. Day trips in this region conjure up visions of vast desert
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The resort opened what it claims are the world’s largest one- and two-bedroom overwater villas on September 25. Exactly how big is big? The one-bedroom villas clock in at 6,286 square feet and the two-bedrooms at 9,224. While there are overwater villas out there with more square footage, these are the largest one- and two-bedroom
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Black Tomato “When you look back on your life of travel, this will be one of the standout moments,” says Tom Marchant, co-founder of luxury travel specialists Black Tomato. Experts at curating hyper-personalized tailormade itineraries worldwide, according to Marchant, it’s their latest just-released experience – swimming with humpback whales under the midnight sun in Iceland– that
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Photo by Jill Weinlein The 11 million dollar luxury blue and silver Bellissima yacht is docked right in front of the 159-room waterfront Balboa Bay Resort. Known as one of Newport Beach’s Top 10 most striking private cruise ships, it’s tied up to one of the most upscale properties and marinas in Orange County, California.
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Yachtsman Hotel & Marina Club There’s still time to enjoy an East Coast vacation with a fashion-forward twist, thanks to the collaboration between two classic New England-based marques – Yachtsman Hotel & Marina Club and iconic American footwear brand, Sperry. Known for its long sandy beaches and quaint downtown, the coastal town of Kennebunkport in southern Maine is
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By Anna Sep. 17th, 2020 Nobu Hotel Ibiza Bay When it’s safe to travel again, Nobu Hotel Ibiza Bay, Marbella Club, and Hotel Excelsior Venice Lido Resort — will welcome guests back with a treasure trove of exciting, reimagined experiences and offerings, whilst always keeping in mind the safety and comfort of all guests.  Nobu Hotel Ibiza Bay — an
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(CNN) — In a year of startling upheaval for the aviation industry, one seismic change, at least, had already been predicted. For years, China has been en route to become the world’s biggest aviation market, eclipsing the United States. The International Air Transport Association predicted it would happen by 2024, but it seems the Covid-19
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Credit Images Geelong and Bellarine Peninsula Tourism Melbourne is an exciting city with a vibrant culture, world-class cuisine, and a megawatt entertainment scene. Away from the cities are landscapes filled with rolling hills, farmlands, vineyards, and quaint rural villages. The Bellarine Peninsula is such a place filled with turn of the century historic coastal villages.
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Touring New England in search of autumn’s changing colors has become so popular it has sprouted its own subculture of “leaf-peepers”. Immerse yourself in the fall harvest spirit with the ultimate road trip. Editor’s note: Please check the latest travel restrictions before planning any trip and always follow government advice. Trip length: 5–7 days; 424
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Columbia Hillen Full credit to general manager, Manolo Rivero and his senior management team at Salobre Hotel Resort & Serenity in Gran Canaria.  Thinking long and hard about the definition of luxury, and deciding it wasn’t simply marble hallways and gleaming chrome but memorable experiences for guests, they decided ‘personal commitment’ was the key ingredient, so they went
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(CNN) — Despite its exotic name, there’s a very good reason you’ve never booked a vacation to the Quilombo of Palmeres. Same goes for the Islands of Refreshment, the Fiume Endeavour and Neutral Moresnet. They no longer exist. While the map of the world may look set in stone, it is in fact fluid, with
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​COVID-19 will forever change travel – and the way we travel. As the world navigates the coronavirus crisis, how can we prepare ourselves for the climate crisis that is right behind it? Aviation journalist John Walton does some thinking about how we can all travel greener and more sustainably. Once the COVID-19 lockdowns, quarantines and
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