UNESCO old quarter Havana welcomes Cuba’s first 5-star hotel

Now you can experience redefined luxury in the historic, UNESCO protected heart of Havana’s old quarter. Perched atop a remaining section of Havana’s almost 350 year old colonial wall, is the new 5-star Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana. Cuba’s first 5-star hotel opened on 7th June 2017. The Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana […]

A Complete Guide to Animal Kingdom Restaurants

Ready to have your taste buds roar like the king of the jungle? From the joy of experiencing food at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, that is.  Our Bilingual Traveling Mom Taty Pradilla got busy and looked at the Disney dining options there.  From African specialties to American fare, she compiled the complete guide to Animal Kingdom restaurants.  Warning: […]

Cuba’s spectacular new voice – Daymé Arocena

Cuba’s passion for music is legendary and is big part of the country’s extraordinary spirit, here our guest writer Johanna Derry tells us about Cuba’s up and coming new talent Daymé Arocena… [embedded content] ‘I’m not the kind of beauty that some people want to see,’ Daymé Arocena states guilelessly. On the release of her latest […]

5 rooftop bars you must visit in central London

Don?t say it too loud but London has a summer. It?s true, it really does. This is something that both locals and travellers tend to forget, it also creates something of a quandary when it comes to drinking out; London is great for a roaring fire and cozy hotel bar in the winter, but what […]

Here’s How To Spend A Memorable 24 Hours In Milan, Italy

Art collections old and new, couture collections most fabulous, and enough antiquated architecture to satisfy even the most insatiable of culture vultures, Milan has it all. Memorable 24 hours in Milan. Here are a few itinerary suggestions to help you enjoy a memorable 24 hours in Milan. START YOUR DAY AT THE DUOMO DI MILANO […]

The world’s most innovative, imaginative hotel system: Hyperloop Hotel

By Paul Johnson on Jun 22, 2017 in Accommodation, California, Colorado, Featured, Hotels, Illinois, Massachusetts, Nevada, New York, North America, Oregon, Regions, Texas, Travel Miscellany, USA, Washington, Washington DC   – Read 67 times Imagine no longer having to fly to your chosen destination, but instead enjoying a smooth transit system between hotels in top […]

Dr. Robyn Benson of Santa Fe Soul

“Being Bold is being a badass at 52. Being Bold is being courageous and taking on lofty things that most people would not want to be doing at this stage.” – Dr. Robyn Benson Subscribe Now! iTunes | Stitcher | Google Play You’re going to want to grab a pen and paper for this episode […]

British Columbia’s undiscovered gems – a ski safari

If you like small resorts with huge dumps of snow, small numbers of skiers and large amounts of sunshine, look no further than the sunny side of the Rockies. Each of the resorts has enough to keep you happy for a week, but in my opinion, it ismore fun to take a two-week holiday, a […]

What do Edinburgh locals do in August?

Edinburgh is really buzzing during the festivals and it is a wonderful time to visit, but sometimes it?s good to find somewhere away from the madness to remind you that Edinburgh is still a city where people live and work. Here are some of the activities that locals like to do while the festivals are […]

Dubai plans to create two man-made islands by 2020

Just in time for the 2020 Expo, Dubai will have expanded itself into the sea in the form of two man-made islands. Marsa Al Arab, the pair of man-made islands, will be located on either side of the Dubai’s iconic sail-shaped hotel, the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah. The total space of these islands will be […]

Miami on deck: cruising Florida’s sophisticated city

Take it all in from the water – the exciting, metropolitan cities of Miami and Miami Beach offer infinite possibilities for enjoyment during a private yacht cruise. Complete a thorough tour all in one day, or choose multiple destinations for lingering over a few days. Ready? Let’s cruise! Enter Miami’s Biscayne Bay from the Atlantic […]

Planning your trip to the Galapagos

With a 97% rate of endemism among reptiles and land mammals, and the highest reef fish biomass in the world, all stretching across an area only slightly larger than Denmark, the single greatest risk of visiting the Galapagos Islands is simply becoming overwhelmed by all of the options. A successful Galapagos adventure is one that […]

10 of the loveliest experiences to have in Nepal

By Amanda O’Brien on Jun 20, 2017 in Air Travel, Asia, Attractions, Food and Drink, Going Out, Nepal, Regions, Restaurants, Speciality Travel, Travel Miscellany   – Read 845 times Nepal is best known for trekking and a lot of hard physical work! However there also many non-physically exhausting wonderful experiences that Nepal has to offer. […]

On land and sea in Los Cabos

It can be rare to find the kind of escapism that affords you the luxury of genuinely beautiful beachside lounging and truly exhilarating activities. In this respect, Los Cabos has it all. Retreat to this Mexican outpost on the Baja Peninsula, and by all means choose a sunspot and relax – but for the moments […]