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From the September Issue: Living Legends

Laurence S. Rockefeller's eco-luxury legacy lives on in these six one-of-a-kind resorts. In 1952, while sailing his yacht in the Caribbean, Laurance S. Rockefeller anchored off the coast of Caneel Bay Plantation in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Show More Summary

Frontier Airlines Ice Bucket Challenge Sale today only

Frontier Airlines Ice Bucket Challenge Sale today only, August 26. Fares start at $32 one-way. A contribution will be made to the ALS Association in the amount of $3 for each ticket purchased as part of this one day sale. I priced San Francisco – Denver at $129.20 round trip for November travel. Show More Summary

La Compagnie Business Class Fare Sale Ending Soon

I've had my fair share of fun with La Compagnie, the new all business class start up between Paris and Newark. I flew one of their first flights from Paris to Newark, and had an interesting flight, to put it mildly. After the flightShow More Summary

American Stops Selling Tickets Through Orbitz, and Orbitz Should be Worried

It’s time for yet another fun-filled fight in the world of airline distribution. In this episode, American and Orbitz can’t... Read More

Top 3 escapes for gourmands

Gourmands and epicureans will go where their taste buds lead; lovers of fine food know no bounds, scouring the world for fresh and innovative culinary experiences, and hotels are increasingly aligning themselves with this rise in gastronomic tourism. Show More Summary

Sergei Parajanov Museum in Yerevan, Republic of Armenia

Armenian filmmaker Sergei Parajanov (1924 to 1990), born in Tblisi, Georgia (then part of the USSR), came to international prominence with a film called he made in Ukraine called Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors. World renowned, his reward at home in the Soviet Union was to be banned from making films. Show More Summary

The Roofless Church in New Harmony, Indiana

The small town of New Harmony, Indiana, which just celebrated its bicentennial, has an extraordinary Utopian history--2 different communal societies with very different visions within its first decades. Many of the buildings that line...Show More Summary

Review of Trofea Grill Buffet Restaurant in Budapest

Our sons were handed a flyer advertising the Trofea Grill Buffet restaurant when they were out and about in Budapest. We decided to give it a try as it sounded good value for 5,500 HUF (around £15)  per adult including umlimited wine, beer, soft drinks and coffee, on weekday evenings. We were served with drinks soon after sitting at the table.

6 Reasons You Should Visit Hurghada, Egypt And One Why You’re Not

5 hours agoLifestyle / Travel : foXnoMad

Hurghada, Egypt was something of a blank canvas for me where I kept asking how I could travel the world yet mentally miss such an attractive travel destination. I was last in Egypt right after the 2011 revolution, a memorable event in...Show More Summary

The Rao Family Visits the Roller Coast: Part 2

By James Rao: In case you missed it: Part One. On our second day at Kings Island we arrived at about 9am. Platinum and Gold Season Pass Holders are allowed to enter Kings Island 30 minutes in advance of official park opening time which was 10am. Show More Summary

Where to Eat in Montreal Now

That Montreal’s food scene is impressive is hardly news, but a spate of new restaurants embracing the locavore ethos means there are more reasons than ever to visit this island city. The Mile End district continues to lead the hipster...Show More Summary

Bhangarh Fort in Bhangarh, India

Built in the 17th century, India's Bhangarh Fortis thought to be the most haunted place in all of India, causing the local populace to build a town away from the abandoned military installation and outlaw anyone from entering the grounds after sunset. Show More Summary

Ultimate Guide to Vienna's Coffee Renaissance

A visit to Vienna seems incomplete without a languorous mid-day spent in a traditional coffee house. The vaulted ceilings, warm atmosphere, and storied tradition of these historic spots have justly earned them their reputation, even amidst the other grand cities of Europe. Show More Summary

La Chureca in Managua, Nicaragua

Located in Nicaragua, the municipal landfill known as La Chureca (slang for "city dump") is a massive open dumpster that has attracted a community of extremely impoverished citizens who came to the land to make a living and simply never left. Show More Summary

Long Weekend in Bar Harbor

Perhaps best known and most often visited because of its proximity to Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor is a charming New England fishing village in the Down East region of Maine. Initially popularized by the Rockefellers, who vacationed...Show More Summary

Tout Quarry Sculpture Park in Portland, Dorset

This abandoned Dorset quarry has been brought back to life with a series of artworks that have been etched right into the remaining stone, creating an enchanting labyrinth of stone carvings. As one of around 80 quarries in the area of...Show More Summary

Submerged Great Wall of China in Panjiakou Reservoir, China

Accessible only with scuba gear, there is a section of the Great Wall that lies underwater after the area was purposefully flooded to create a source of drinking water. In 1977, the Chinese government flooded the valley to create the Panjiakou Reservoir. Show More Summary

Umbrella Cover Museum in Peaks Island , Maine

The work of a single Maine musician, the Umbrella Cover Museum is a small but whimsical collection that revels in the things that most people take for granted, such as the humble umbrella cover. The little museum was born in 1996 when oddly named Maine resident Nancy 3. Show More Summary

Wreck of the Ten Sail in Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

At the East End of Grand Cayman, far from the island's cruise ship terminal and financial centers, a simple memorial commemorates a maritime disaster that gave rise to a legend about the island's tax free status. On the evening of February...Show More Summary

Over at HotelChatter and VegasChatter, It's All About the SLS

7 hours agoLifestyle / Travel : Jaunted

Our sis site HotelChatter does a bang-up job of covering the latest news and trends in the hotel world. We're also including a few links from VegasChatter, the newest member to the family. So check in and stay awhile. VegasChatter: ·...Show More Summary

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