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La La Land Los Angeles

What to see in Los Angeles? La La Land locations !!! For starters, it is best to visit the locations where the mega popular La La Land was made. Rent a car, install a GPS, and set off into the highway network. The loop between highways 105 and 110 is not a place to linger, […]

Today’s concept of luxury is not what it used to be

Small Brands and Big Stories define new luxury Over the last few years there is a change in the wind. If not in your own luxury preferences and, then surely with the tenor of a new generation of brands and services. You may have found yourself questioning whether a mass-produced “luxury” carry-on, simply because of […]

Disney bails out European sister

The Walt Disney Company is once again coming to the rescue of its only theme park in Europe. Disneyland Paris opened in 1992 and has had financial problems for most of its life. Struggling to cope with high levels of debt and low visitor numbers. It has been bailed out  more than once before. Walt Disney […]

Copenhagen declares The End of Tourism as We Know It

4-year destination strategy – Copenhagen declares The End of Tourism as We Know It Wonderful Copenhagen has just announced the destination strategy that will lead it through 2020 and beyond.The plan outlines seismic shifts and begins by describing what Copenhagen will leave behind, with a wink and a smile.   Wonderful Copenhagen concludes the end of the […]

Restaurants have evolved to become destinations in their own

Instead of serving just a meal, restaurants have become destinations in their own. The way we dine out has changed. Fueled by the ability to search, sort, discover, and reserve across digital devices, diners can create the ultimate personalized experience. Restaurants have evolved to accommodate these cultural changes. Dining out is the main event in […]

San Francisco – The Summer of 1967

The Summer of 1967 You’ve probably heard, or possibly even hummed songs like San Francisco by Scott McKenzie, Somebody to Love by Jefferson Airplane, California Dreamin’ by The Mamas & Papas, and many other that have become classics. What all of them have in common is that they marked the summer of 1967. The social […]

When to Buy Airline Tickets

When to Buy Airline Tickets In bars the world over, globetrotters frequently discuss when to buy airline tickets. When is the best time and when are the prices at their lowest? Does this mythical hour even exist? Tuesday at 9 a.m. or Wednesday at 7 p.m. local time? Is it better to buy a ticket […]

Little Carpathians Wine Route

We are all quite familiar with Bratislava, but few know Bratislava as a wine region. The Little Carpathians Wine Route starts in the city. Some 15km further on,along the mild slopes on the sunny side, your eyes will set on a multitude of vineyards. They are not all completely organized and restored, but you can […]

Hilton launches New Brand – Tapestry Collection by Hilton

It’s known that Hilton needs more brands to compete, but weaving this particular “soft brand” into the fold feels a bit like it’s more of a blanket statement kind of brand. then one with identity. Hilton’s big move of 2017 is debuting its newest brand: Tapestry by Hilton. The soft-brand collection marks Hilton’s 14th brand. […]

Llanes, an untouched gem in Asturias, Green Spain

  by Genevieve McCarthy, Owner of Cellar Tours www.cellartours.com    Flanked by the majestic Picos de Europa mountain range and facing the sea, Llanes in Asturias has one of the most dramatic settings in Spain. The town is compact and quaint and features a medieval core bursting to the brim with cozy cider houses and […]

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