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Monte Carlo Spa Experience Well Worth the Gamble

Added by 2 years ago

Picture lying on a chaise lounge atop a terrace overlooking the Mediterranean.  To the right is the Principality’s palace.  The nearby marina teems with sparkling white yachts as a fleet of boats with fuchsia-colored ...

Opening Day at the Del Mar Racetrack is Only Part of the Allure

Added by 3 years ago

Summer’s hottest ticket in this town is Del Mar Racetrack’s opening day.  Horses, hats and heels define the exhilarating event.  Let me set the scene.  The paddock where the thoroughbreds are paraded is crowded with a...

Québec City’s Celebration of Winter

Added by 3 years ago

My January arrival to Québec City was anything but the warm welcome I received the previous summer. Don’t get me wrong, the province’s unmistakable hospitality and friendliness were in full force. But at a temperature...

Italian In Artesia

Added by 4 years ago

When the Live Fit Magazine & Films team travels we always look for the best restaurants to introduce to our readers and viewers. A lot of times we turn to the Yelp app on our smart devices for its helpful reviews....

The World’s Best Hiking Spots

Added by 4 years ago

The faint chime of cowbells amid a high altitude backdrop, an up-close-and-personal view of a snow topped “wedding cake” mountain and an impulsive dip in a natural springs pool only yards from the crashing sea; all ar...

Salmon Roulade With Leeks and Gazpacho Sauce

Added by 4 years ago

Late Chef and culinary innovator, Patrick Clark, had a penchant for teaching and sharing his ideas with fellow chefs, employees and his culinary students. It is in this spirit of sharing that we give you our take on P...

PUNTACANA’s Tortuga Bay Resort is Jewel in Dominican Republic’s Crown

Added by 5 years ago

You’ve heard there’s one chance to make a first impression and there’s no where better to illustrate this truism than PUNTACANA Resort & Club’s Tortuga Bay boutique hotel in the Dominican Republic. FIRST IMPRES...

Restaurant Review: Mon Ami Gabi

Added by 5 years ago

“Why are we going to such an old restaurant?” I texted my friend. This was in response to her text that we had reservations at Mon Ami Gabi for dinner last Saturday night. I guess I expected that since my boyfriend an...

IntelliSkin Sports Bra Review: Gives You a Lift

Added by 5 years ago

As a multimedia journalist, I spend countless hours in front of a computer screen as well as behind and in front of a camera. Needless to say, the long hours and video shooting take its toll on my body. Over the years...

Italy’s Food and Drink

Added by 5 years ago

“When the world seems to shine like you’ve had too much wine, that’s amore,” sang crooner Dean Martin. Nowhere do the lyrics ring truer than in northern Italy, the upper portion of the boot-shaped country where reg...

Teaching Your Teens to Save for a Dream

Added by 5 years ago

I've always been one to enjoy the finer things in life. And, thanks to my parents, I have been fortunate enough to indulge every once in a while, while still living in comfort. Unfortunately, as I've matured over the ...

Shade Manhattan Beach’s Coolest Hotel

Added by 5 years ago

I confess, until recently I was in the dark about the Manhattan Beach boutique hotel, Shade.  Heading into the on-the-water, tony town, GPS guided the way—my anticipatory slate was blank, for I had no idea what to exp...

New York #1 Top Shopping City

Added by 5 years ago

For many, a vacation translates to shopping – seeing the sights of the aisles.  To these travelers, urban adventures of the retail persuasion are more appealing than on-the-road lures like sightseeing, night life . . ...

How to Get Through Airport Security

Added by 5 years ago

The hustle and bustle of an airport is always exciting. So many people coming and going from places all over the world. However, all this commotion can make traveling stressful especially when having to go through the...

How to Talk to Your Teens About SEX

Added by 5 years ago

According to stayteen.org three in 10 girls in the United States will get pregnant before their 20th birthday. That shocking statistic adds up to approximately 745 thousand teen pregnancies each year. Knowing that, th...

Temecula Valley: A Day of Wine and Roses

Added by 5 years ago

Have you ever awaken and thought today I would love to be in Tuscany or Loire Valley or Napa, basking in the sun, sipping fine wines and overlooking acres of vineyards? If, like me, you live in Southern California,...

Get a Skinny Waist and a Fat Wallet: New Book Shows You How

Added by 5 years ago

Ayla Skye launches her new book, The Eat From Home Diet. It promises to slim your waistline and fatten your wallet. Live Fit Magazine talks to Ayla about her new book, her elite training for the U.S. Olympics and why ...

The Hawaiian Islands’ Different Personalities

Added by 5 years ago

"The loveliest fleet of islands that lies anchored in any ocean." Mark Twain (of the Hawaiian Islands) If it’s true that paradise is where heaven meets earth, then Hawaii must be paradise . . . paradise or a dream....

Day Trip from Switzerland is Shopping in Milan

Added by 5 years ago

As the last of a Lugano church’s seven bells chimed, the phone rang.  Only in Switzerland I thought as I was greeted, “Good morning signora, this is your 7 o’clock wake-up.”  During my visit I had grown accustomed to ...

An Alternative Hike to Machu Picchu

Added by 5 years ago

Hidden from modern civilization until Yale archaeologist Hiram Bingham discovered Machu Picchu in 1911, the Peruvian site is a relative newcomer to the world’s stage of not-to-be-missed wonders. Named the “lost cit...

Montreal’s Jazz Festival

Added by 5 years ago

Start with Canada’s Cultural Capital.  Add a celeb-packed entertainment roster. Throw in noon-to-midnight concerts (about 500 of them) over 10 days of fun.  Voilà! — it’s Festival International de Jazz de Montréal, ww...

Visiting Scotland’s Distilleries to Sample Whiskey

Added by 5 years ago

It’s no secret that the land of kilts and castles, haggis and haddock, is historically linked to liquor.  Scotland is where 500 years of whisky making is revered, but certainly not routine.  The country’s “liquid gold...

An Insider’s Guide to London

Added by 5 years ago

A journey across the pond (translation: the Atlantic Ocean) is more than a change of latitude.  Indeed, a visit to London is a trip to the past. But it’s much more. Yes, English is spoken, albeit the Queen’s Eng...

Around the World Parties

Added by 5 years ago

Have you ever wanted a reason to celebrate “just because”?  Then get your party hat out, your dancing shoes on and grab the camera to capture the fun, for every month of the year is the season to celebrate somewhere. ...

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