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Take A Trip To The Land O The Sun: Mar del Plata, Argentina

BY HAILEE DONOGHUE The image of South American beaches filled with people and sun umbrellas in every direction you look holds true in Mar del Plata, a famous Argentine beach town. This town can be considered the Rio de Janiero of Argentina; it’s 5 ½ hours south of Buenos Aires, on the Atlantic coast. Envision […]

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Burj Al Arab Unveils its Wedding in the Skies, 212 Metres Above the Arabian Gulf

Dubai’s Burj Al Arab Unveils Wedding In The Skies

BY TEAM JST Burj Al Arab, the world’s most luxurious hotel, is taking romance to new heights offering weddings in the sky, 212 metres above the azure Arabian Gulf on the famous Burj Al Arab helipad. Each ceremony is specially designed by a Wedding Architect, responsible for every detail and available 24/7. The experience has a starting price […]

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Steamy City Guide: How To Have *Good Sex In Public Places

BY LENA KAZER Via fashionblog-cococouture.blogspot Just like your newsfeed, good sex needs updates. Instead of winning yourself a third degree burn using a fire-and-ice-ultra-pH-imbalance-gel, having sex outside the bedroom is a great way to explore the uh… ins and outs of a new city. Which brings me to some tricks of the trade. 1. If you’re […]

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Mantra Of The Day: “Eat Well And Travel Often”

BY LIZZY MONROE For me, food is an integral part of experiencing a foreign culture. I couldn’t have left Berlin without trying Mustafa’s famous Gemüse Kebap (even at the cost of a 45-minute wait in the snow) and my trip to Istanbul wouldn’t have been the same without sampling countless flavors of Turkish delights and Baklavas. […]

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Multi-City and Multi-Property Bookings At Once! The Ascott Limited Launches New Mobile Booking App

The Ascott has launched new web and mobile booking features to enhance guests’ search and reservation experience. Guests can now better navigate Ascott’s properties worldwide through user-friendly search functions, filters and reservation options. Tony Soh, Ascott, chief corporate officer, said: “Ascott strives to provide guests a memorable experience at every touch point, right from when […]

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Getting Lost Among the Many Canals of Venice: Delving Beneath the Facades of the Floating City

BY LOUIS ALCORN The notion of the romantic European voyage starts and ends in Venice. The city sits on an ancient foundation of closely spaced wooden piles, still intact after centuries of submersion beneath the Venetian lagoon. While walking the meandering streets and noting the massive stone foundations of surrounding buildings, it seems impossible that […]

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Follow Your Nose: Seeking Out Secret Night Bakeries in Florence

BY LAUREN GOERZ When the sun sets on the Ponte Vecchio and the tourists retreat to their hotel rooms, the city lights of Firenze bring a new kind of life and vibrancy to the streets. The birthplace of the Renaissance becomes a center of nighttime revelry and international exchange. Graceful Florentine women glide over cobblestone […]

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