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  • 17 October

    Posted: 8/17/19 | October 17th, 2019 Ireland. It’s a scenic country full of rolling green hills, photogenic cliffs, impressive castles, cozy Irish pub, friendly locals, and a lot of Irish charm. I’ve loved every part of my experiences in Ireland. My first trip was a quick 24-hour visit to Dublin, but, I loved it so […]

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  • 17 October

    When flying on Singapore Airlines, is it worth paying to upgrade to Premium Economy from Economy seats on long-haul flights? Auctions Sort By Singapore Airlines offers a very good Premium Economy in an exclusive, spacious, 2-4-2 cabin. Their Premium Economy Class seats are designed with greater width of up to 19.5 inches for Premium Economy […]

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  • 17 October

    Big news from Las Vegas: MGM Resorts is selling two of its properties, the Bellagio to Blackstone Real Estate Income Trust and the Circus Circus to Phil Ruffin, who also owns Treasure Island. Both sales are expected to close in the fourth quarter our partner publication, Hotel Management, reports.  The Bellagio sale will see MGM and Blackstone form a joint venture, which will own the property. […]

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  • 16 October

    Our Thailand Shot by You Sweepstakes winners, Cara and Steph Bono are here to dish out all the highlights from their time in Thailand, after participating in the classic Thailand on a Shoestring Tour and soaking up all that Thailand has to offer. 1. What was your itinerary like, and what places did you hit […]

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  • 16 October

    The St. Regis Venice has made its debut Wednesday on the Grand Canal and just steps from Piazza San Marco. The hotel, which St. Regis Hotels & Resorts touts has “the largest waterfrontage in Venice” opens following a two-year, full-scale renovation of the former Grand Hotel Britannia, which opened in 1895 (the same year as […]

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  • 16 October

    If you’re looking to lift your spirits (and not just with trick or tequila) then these 6 spooky places to visit in Europe this 31st October are an absolute must. Not least because both Michael Myers AND Leatherface are both far across the pond in America so we’re safe to explore these without fear of […]

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  • 16 October

    In response to high demand for its first-ever Loyalty Appreciation Month cruises this November, AmaWaterways has announced dates for its 2020 Loyalty Appreciation Cruises on a selection of sailings from May through November. The 2020 Loyalty Appreciation Cruises will offer past guests a selection of itineraries, including those on the Mekong, lower Danube, Rhine, Main […]

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  • 15 October

    When Soneva Fushi first opened in 1995, the luxury resort inspired fantasies of barefoot luxury on the white sandy beaches of the Maldives. Over the years, it’s kept pushing the envelope with over-the-top amenities like the Observatory for high-tech stargazing, the open-air Cinema Paradiso, glass-blowing boutique, children’s Lego room and nine destination dining concepts (there’s even […]

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  • 14 October

    Posted: 10/14/19 | October 14th, 2019 When I was growing up, my family didn’t “travel.” Like most modern, middle-class American families, if we went anywhere, it was because we were on vacation — short leisure trips with a fixed start and end, tied to the calendar of the working year, centered more often than not […]

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  • 14 October

    Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection has released a sneak peek at its new Super Ship, the S.S. São Gabriel, which is set to debut in Portugal on April 9, 2020. One of four Super Ships launching next year as part of the brand’s continued expansion, the new S.S. São Gabriel will join fellow new Super […]

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