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Wednesday, February 16th, 2011

A Rhapsody of Musical Talent and Southern Hospitality: Aiken, South Carolina

The charming City of Aiken, South Carolina will come alive in early March with the masterful musical sounds of the Juilliard School of Music. The School has been an integral part of Aiken’s cultural and arts scene since 2007. Performances of the school’s celebrated faculty, students and alumni are showcased each year in the Juilliard in Aiken

Monday, February 14th, 2011

Singapore: The Royal Treatment ala Beauty Empire Spa

Exploring the sights, smells and shopping of Singapore on a typical hot and humid day can make any travel diva tired, torn and depleted. Just navigating through the crowded streets of Chinatown will do a number on...

Friday, February 11th, 2011

Hong Kong Hotel Review: THE LUXE MANOR

Overview: You don’t need to be a celebrity to feel like one at this magical hotel icon. The LUXE MANOR Hong Kong (better known in circles as simply “Deluxe Manor”) lives up to its reputation as a hip luxury property. Surreal and...

Monday, February 7th, 2011

Hotel Review: Capella Singapore – Sentosa Island Oasis

Overview: Tranquility and luxury await the discerning traveler at the beautiful Capella Singapore located on Singapore’s famed Sentosa Island, a true tourism destination phenomenon that is best described as Asia’s vision of Universal Studios meets the Caribbean! The resort...

Tuesday, February 1st, 2011

Singapore Hotel Review: Wanderlust Hotel – an imaginative escape!

Far from ordinary, the Wanderlust Hotel offers guests a delightful escape from Singapore’s towering mainstream hotels. This affordable eclectic boutique property is located in charming Little India, a culturally dynamic neighborhood just north of the city center. Each of the...

Sunday, January 2nd, 2011

A Special Find: Hotel Major – Dubrovnik Riviera, Croatia

AFFORDABILITY & PROXIMITY TO DUBROVNIK The Hotel Major is a hidden gem, especially for travelers arriving late or departing early on International flights. It is also the perfect haven for those who love convenience yet prefer to be...

Saturday, January 1st, 2011

Destination Review: Port St. Joe, Florida: Scallops, Music & More

Florida’s late summer weather can often be unpredictable; a passing storm or shower may shake up your vacation plans. But the Florida Scallop & Music Festival is a guaranteed crowd pleaser – rain or shine. A little...

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