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Top 10 Made-in-Waikiki Experiences

Added by 5 years ago

When you tell friends you’re going to Hawaii, their first question is predictable.  “Which island?”  Should the answer be Oahu, your reward could be a grimace.  And dare you further expound that you’ll only be staying...

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. ...

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...

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 ...

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...

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 ...

Italy’s Food and Drink

Added by 4 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...

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...

An Alternative Hike to Machu Picchu

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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...

An Insider’s Guide to London

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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...

New Mexico Spa is Japanese Inspired

Added by 4 years ago

Reminiscent of a Japanese onsen (hot springs), Ten Thousand Waves is an Asian-inspired mountain spa perched on a hillside surrounded by pinon and juniper trees in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The luxury retreat’s 1981 beginn...

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...

How to Cruise Antarctica

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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...

Bavaria Spa Showcases Germany’s Commitment to Wellness

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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...