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Honua Kai Resort & Spa–A Dreamy Maui Vacation

Added by 5 years ago

Planning a vacation to Hawaii and you want the comforts of home living with luxury? The new Honua Kai Resort & Spa has you "sitting in the lap of luxury". The two-year old resort sits on 40-acres of the world's mo...

Romantic Escapes: Sneak Away this Valentine’s Day

Added by 5 years ago

If one were to define romance, it would be bubbly champagne, delectable chocolates, pink hearts and red velvet roses. But when a loved one’s directive is “send me no flowers,” it just may be time for a seductive es...

Best Travel Deals: Check Out Off Season

Added by 6 years ago

How to hit the world’s great destinations when the crowds aren’t there Though it is not considered prime time, sometimes the best time to travel is when most stay home. True, the weatherman can’t promise perfection a...

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 . . ...

Where to Stay in NYC? Sheraton NY Has It All

Added by 5 years ago

Live Fit Magazine visits the Sheraton New York to explore their major renovation which includes a new gym, more spacious room, and an enhanced VIP Club Lounge

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. ...

Private Tour of New York City’s Fashion District with Live Fit Magazine

Added by 5 years ago

In this video segment of the Live Fit Magazine Show we go on a private tour with Mike's Tours. We take you into a fashion showroom, a design factory and the store, Mood Designer Fabrics, that gained worldwide attentio...

Christmas in Austria: Winter Wonderland–Made for Memories

Added by 6 years ago

My arrival to Europe for our dream-come-true, first-ever family holiday abroad was not what I had envisioned.  Think snow storm, airport closing, accidental cancellation, expensive rebooking, probable lost luggage and...

The Grand Palace Thailand & Chapel of the Emerald Buddah

Added by 2 years ago

The Grand Palace Thailand is a complex of buildings at the heart of Bangkok, Thailand. The palace has been the official residence of the Kings of Siam since 1782. The Grand Palace is 218,400 sq. meters. One of the ...

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...

Flying Solo: 22 Countries in 90 Days, Follow The Zen Pilot Journey

Added by 2 years ago

Starting at KMYF (San Diego), in 27 stops and approximately 27,000 nautical miles, Robert will fly his 1997 Malibu Mirage on an epic flight this May (2015) around the world. Robert’s intention with his epic journey...

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...

Jockey Chantal Sutherland On Preparing For Opening Day Races

Added by 5 years ago

She's the hottest female jockey in horse racing. Joceky Chantal takes a moment to connect with the horse she'll ride on Opening Day and she talks with Phoebe Chongchua from Live Fit Magazine about preparing for the bi...

Oscar-Style Shopping in the Footsteps of the Stars

Added by 5 years ago

Los Angeles.  Its setting is legendary.  The Hollywood sign is the hillside backdrop to a cityscape of endless freeways, countless palm trees and (during my visit) smog-free skies and crisp, clear mountains. While ...

How to Cruise Antarctica

Added by 5 years ago

Upon arrival in Ushuaia, the tip of Argentina and debarkation port for Antarctic cruises, I was greeted: “Welcome to the end of the world.  Or to the beginning.”  It was with this salutation of superlatives that my ad...

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...

Legendary Captain Of Hornblower Cruises Shares San Diego History

Added by 5 years ago

Whether you're a San Diego native or a tourist, you'll find a wealth of information, history, and fun on board Hornblower Cruises & Events. We board the Lord Hornblower with veteran Captain Rich Goben for a Harbor...

Bavaria Spa Showcases Germany’s Commitment to Wellness

Added by 5 years ago

The morning in began with a rigorous hike in Germany’s National Park Berchtesgaden, followed by a boat trip and trek along Konigssee lake, an alpine haven deemed so pristine it required special permission from the Bav...

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...

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...

One Potato, Two Potato, Three Potato… Rye

Added by 7 years ago

Vodka is a popular drink but did you know that long ago it was used for medicine and even aftershaves?

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,...

The Springs Resort and Spa: a Healing Waters Retreat

Added by 6 years ago

While the distinct smell of sulfur may be noticed first, the geothermal water of this odor is the main draw to the small town of Pagosa Springs in Southwest Colorado where you’ll find The Springs Resort and Spa. Along...

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...

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