Top 7 Things to Do on Mexico’s Riviera Maya

Subterranean treasure: Cenote Ik Kil near Chichen Itza
Subterranean treasure: Cenote Ik Kil near Chichen Itza


Exploring the Ancient History and Natural Wonders of the Yucatan Peninsula

by Sylvie Greil


Snorkeling with enormous turtles in warm, turquoise waters; scaling ancient jungle pyramids; exploring phantasmagorical sinkholes amid stalactites and stalagmites… the “Riviera Maya” feels a million worlds away. Continue reading “Top 7 Things to Do on Mexico’s Riviera Maya” »

A Weekend in Monaco at a 1930s-Inspired Hotel

Monte Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort
Monte Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort

 
By Maxime Landemaine
 
A weekend is plenty of time to discover Monaco, a small yet glamorous country sandwiched between France and the Mediterranean Sea. Treat yourself to a stay in one of its best hotels, the Monte-Carlo Bay, and enjoy the numerous attractions in this sun-kissed playground for the rich and famous.

 

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Satechi Smart Travel Router & Adapter – Review

One Travel Router to Rule Them All

 

 

 

 

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Nothing can put an early damper on a vacation quite like realizing your electronics just aren’t going to fit into international electrical outlets, no matter how hard you try to jam them in. (We advise against this method; fate has been cruel to you, yes, but spare your gadgets.) Instead, turn to Satechi, which has unveiled its new Smart Travel Router & Adapter just for situations like this. Continue reading “Satechi Smart Travel Router & Adapter – Review” »

Draycott Hotel, London – Hotel Review

The exterior of the Draycott Hotel in London
The exterior of the Draycott Hotel in London


Occupying a restored, red brick Edwardian building in London, the elegant Draycott Hotel is situated just around the corner from Chelsea’s Sloane Square. In this intimate boutique lodging from the Mantis Collection, traditional British style and luxury meet modern amenities and personal service.

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Winter Escape to Senja, Norway – Travel Feature

Red, yellow and green Northern Lights
Red, yellow and green Northern Lights


Amazing Lights in a Neverending Night


by Nicolas de Blois


Most vacationers plan winter escapes to avoid inclement weather. Travelers from around the world pack their swimsuits and head to tropical climates with sunny, white-sand beaches. For your next winter retreat, try the opposite. It involves snow-covered mountains cutting the shore, plunging into an icy ocean with awesome light floating in a dark sky peppered with billions of stars, and intense cold. In fact, the dead of winter is an exciting time to travel to the extreme north of Norway.

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