How To Bike Your Way Through A Vacation In Switzerland

Pedal through Switzerland, but without the rigorous training.
Indulge in a relaxing staycation at Jupiter Beach Resort and Spa. Photo by CJ Photography

3 Ways to Enjoy a Local Staycation

Relax like a tourist this season and spend some time reminding yourself why so many travelers flock to the paradise we call home

Say Yes To A Trip To This Well-Known French Caribbean Island

‘Savoir-Vivre’ means living the good life and knowing how to get the most from it. For a glimpse into the philosophy, travel to Saint Barthélemy, or St. Barths, for a paradisiacal setting with a trendy, tropical Caribbean flair.
Photo courtesy of Margaritaville at Sea

Have Pints in Paradise Aboard the Margaritaville at Sea

Celebrate Octoberfest on the high seas with the festive Pints in Paradise sampling and events package, available September 30 to October 16
Swim with manatees, photo courtesy of Plantation on Crystal River

Summer Road Trip: Family Fun in Crystal River

Crystal River offers a laid-back, family-friendly vibe with an abundance of outdoor adventures ready to be had

Head To This Boca Raton Staple For A Taste Of Addison Mizner’s Dream

Enjoy opulence and historic charm at the Boca Raton Resort & Club.

Little Palm Island

Little Palm Island Edit Delete Unpublish Submitted by admin on Wed, 2014-02-05 11:23 If you are wondering where to escape for a few days when your next 50th wedding anniversary comes up, you can do worse than Little Palm Island Resort & Spa. As the name suggests, this is an island, is little and has a lot of palms. It is off Little Torch Key in the Florida Keys, about 30 miles up from Key West. Unlike most of the numerous islands in the Keys, which are largely mangrove-covered, this one has so much tropical foliage it could pass for the South Pacific. In fact, it did, back in 1963 when it was selected for the film, “PT 109,” the saga about President John F.Celebrating a 50th anniversary in the Keys.Read more about Little Palm Island

Live like A Vanderbilt

Live like A Vanderbilt Edit Delete Unpublish Submitted by admin on Fri, 2014-03-07 10:59 “My island for your boat.” – in the early 1920s William K. Vanderbilt knew he had made a great deal when he traded his 250-foot-yacht, The Eagle, for Fisher Island and the elite privacy that this winter retreat would provide. The deal had been Carl Fisher’s idea. Fisher had purchased the island from Dana A. Dorsey, one of America’s first African-American millionaires. Fisher, whom some considered part entrepreneur and part huckster, also was the successful developer of Miami Beach. Take a trip to Fisher Island, the home of one of the most expensive zip codes in the U.S.Read more about Live like A Vanderbilt

Plan A Wintry Retreat To Beaver Creek In Colorado

The ski destination bakes 500,000 cookies each year for a season that starts in November and runs through April.

Dukes London Hotel Boasts 5-Star Service With 110 Years Of Experience

Live like royalty and sip a creativity conjuring martini at the Dukes London hotel.

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