An intimate, 25-suite hideaway overlooking Zihuatanejo Bay proves that romance can be found even in the most remote stretches of the planetespecially when there are private plunge pools and sweeping views.
La Casa Que Canta is a Worlds Best veteran,… More »
The U.S. currency might be a classic, but few wouldconsider the simple greenbeautiful. At least, not compared to other bills across the globe. All of the currencies included on this list are worthy of a frame and prime wall space.
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Patrick Janelle always thought of Japan as a place of the future: flashing lights, massive intersections, in-your-face technology. Now, having been there, he sees it more as a destination of contrasts. Theres a quietness there that I appreciated,… More »
Many celebrities never surrender fashion, even when they're just strolling through a domestic airport terminal.Thats why we almost always seestars step off the airplanelooking runway ready. And if a pair of shoesis thestatement piece of daily life,… More »
Whether planning around a break from school, or downtime from the office, winter is the perfect time (and the perfect excuse) to get out of the house and out into the world. For some, winter means it's time to hit the slopes; for others, it's an… More »
Every bucket list needs a good lighthouse. Or two. Or 17.Luckily, there are plenty to choose from around the world, whether youre looking for a European getaway with a panoramic seaside viewor a domestic adventure that takes you back in time.
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The holidays are the perfect opportunity to enjoy a break from daily routines and take a family vacation. Whats more, traveling often means introducing children to new cultures and unfamiliar languages, landscapes, and food. Traveling provides a… More »
The world's highest and longest glass bridge opened in China over the weekend, and 8,000 visitors turned up to see the architectural feat.
The bridge was designed by Haim Dotan, an Israeli architect. It is 430 meters (1,410 feet) long, and 6 meters… More »
The best German Christmas markets are easy to spot: hectic, open-air festivals in charming downtowns, where vendors sell everything from food towares. Known as Christkindlmarkts (Christ child markets) or Weihnachtsmarkts (Christmas, or Holy Night,… More »
Regardless of what you celebrate, you can't argue that romancehas seeped into the very fabric of the holiday season. ConsiderMariah Careys instant classic All I Want for Christmas Is You, or all two hours and sixteen minutes of Love Actually.… More »
What could be more in the holiday spirit than raising a glass on Christmas Day?Traditional carolers were as famous for their drinking as their singing, and wassail (as in Here We Come A-Wassailing) means both the act of toasting neighborhood… More »
New Years Eve is the last hurrah of the holiday season, the last blow-out before the credit card statements and cumulativehangovers push through the happy, cinnamon-scented daze. That means, very often, the dinner you have on Dec. 31 is thelast… More »
Designing a venue for the Olympic Gameswhen millions of eyes across the planet are fixed on mammoth stadiums and impressive arenasis a task fit for architectural Olympians. In fact, designers and architects once received medals for their… More »
Whenever we traveleven within our own countrywe discover cultures that are entirely unique and, in their specialness, pretty remarkable.
Take Taos, for instancethe No. 10 city in the United States for culture. Part ski town, part magical artists… More »