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Monday, October 3rd, 2011

Affinia 50 in NYC perfect pick for Urban Girlfriends

I always stay at the same hotel on the West side of Manhattan. Not because it’s particularly wonderful, or that I get a great rate or anything, but because it’s geographically desirable–right across the street from my sister’s apt. However, on a recent visit ( my mom and I were back for a second try

Monday, September 26th, 2011

Tarzan Meets Luxury

Luxury isn’t necessarily defined by the walls around you. The Tree House Lodge has certainly got that down. This Costa Rican resort includes four luxury tree houses: the Tree House, the Beach Suite, the Beach House and the Garden House....

Thursday, September 22nd, 2011

Tuscany: A Retreat Center that Values Pizza as Much as Peace

In the hills of Tuscany is a transformative experience. This may sound cheesy (and you may not believe me), but let me tell you a bit about The Hill that Breathes. The Hill that Breathes is an...

Wednesday, September 21st, 2011

Vacation Creatively – Posh Flats for Rent

Hotels are cool, yes, but rentals are totally in. And a rental that is posh, artistic and inspiring? Totally, totally in. Creative Flats is a Montreal-based rental firm that offers up the perfect example of what happens...

Tuesday, September 20th, 2011

Product Review: Stay Dry with Winter Waterproofing by Nikwax

    As we rally back to school and our flip flops and shorts are replaced by wool sweaters, jackets and cold weather gear, it is time to prepare for old man winter. When cooler temps, rain...

Wednesday, September 7th, 2011

Beaune, France: In the Heart of Bourgogne

by Karine Jardin Destination: Beaune. If you have never been here, the ride on the TGV (Train Grande Vitesse = high speed train) from Gare de Lyon is 2 hours from Paris, or by car, take the...

Wednesday, September 7th, 2011

Hotel Review: A Chilean Wine Country Heavenly Hacienda – La Casona & Matetic Vineyards

Since the first vines were planted by missionaries in the 16th Century, wine has long been a  Chilean national treasure to be savoured and shared. Today, those original vines have blossomed into a booming business turning Chile’s grapes into...

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