Spring break ideas: from beaches to Europe to new museums
Spring break is right around the corner. For some travelers, that means seeking out beaches and sunshine. Others may be tempted by Europe, which has become more affordable for Americans, or by spring skiing.
15
Feb
2017
www.yahoo.com
Top 5 LGBTQ-Friendly Romantic Vacation Spots
The abundance of roses, candy hearts and Hershey kisses can only mean one thing, the day of love is almost here. And while we all know February 14th is a Hallmark-invented holiday, it's a great time to celebrate all type of love, because #LoveIsLove. Of course, your darling will want to be whisked away and showered with romance. Sure, roses are lovely, but why not use the upcoming "holiday" as an excuse for a romantic getaway.
14
Feb
2017
www.huffingtonpost.ca
4 TRAVEL DESTINATIONS INSPIRED BY THIS YEARS BIGGEST MOVIES
It’s that time of year again when Hollywood is preparing for the most star-studded night. This year’s nominees for Best Picture include some wonderful films including the harrowing drama Manchester by the Sea, whimsical musical La La Land and World War II epic Hacksaw Ridge, among others. To celebrate the red carpet event, Booking.com, the global leader in connecting travelers with the widest choice of incredible places to stay, is presenting four destinations inspired by the Big Night.
13
Feb
2017
www.m2woman.co.nz
Those hotel ratings don't always tell the whole story. In fact, sometimes you need to research the rest of the story
Spring training beckoned a couple of years ago, so my husband and I decided to splurge on a two-night stay in a luxury hotel and scale back for the other nights. As we returned from our breakfast at the modest inn, he said he preferred this place to the luxury joint. I wanted to say, in my snootiest voice, that he was a peasant, but if he was, so was I because I agreed. The peasant charge may be true, but it also indicates two truths about hotels: First, star ratings don’t always indicate how much you’ll like your stay, and second, the fault, dear Brutus, is, in fact, in our stars, not in ourselves.
13
Feb
2017
www.latimes.com
Five places you wouldn't visit 10 years ago
While today's wealth of instant information delivers worrying headlines to our devices with alarming frequency, many leading thinkers — including Oxford University's Max Roser — believe the world is now safer than it has ever been. Roser's Our World in Data project points to falling violent crime rates, fewer regional conflicts, and rising economic prosperity as contributing factors to an overall safer planet. Because of this, it is now possible to experience destinations that ten years ago were either inaccessible or were not advisable to visit. With help from Booking.com, we've highlighted five of the best.
09
Feb
2017
www.nzherald.co.nz
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