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Thursday, May 24th, 2012

A Photography Adventure Along the Carmel Coast

If you’ve ever strolled around the shops and galleries in Carmel, California, then you might have come across the Robert Knight Gallery (one of only four photography galleries in Carmel, by the way). His amazing photographs of nature and animals are simply breathtaking, and they’ve been displayed (and highly awarded) around the globe. He is

Sunday, March 18th, 2012

Vancouver: Opus Hotel Gets Personality–Literally

The Opus Hotel in downtown Vancouver has personality in spades—from the hot pink lounge décor in the lobby to all the male staff wearing shoes by local designer John Fluevog to the ultra hip (and wonderful) Cento...

Monday, March 5th, 2012

A Transformer Experience at the W San Francisco

Check out W San Francisco’s recent transformation of its social spaces — the Living Room, Living Room Bar, Upstairs bar and Welcome Desk, as well as W’s new signature restaurant, TRACE. The new look is all about...

Friday, February 17th, 2012

A Sun-Sational High Desert Escape: Tucson, Arizona

Divas… get ready for a taste of the Old West at downright outlaw pricing! This year marks Arizona’s Centennial Celebration – 100 years of culture, adventure and enterprise. The big birthday party includes a myriad of events,...

Tuesday, January 10th, 2012

Hello Kitty Empire Opens Dream Playland

Yes – you can eat Hello Kitty (if you dare)! You can play and sleep and even give birth in Hello Kitty China! The crowds are lining up – the food is selling out and well –...

Wednesday, October 5th, 2011

Hotel Review: Sweet Serenity with Loews Lake Las Vegas

The Strip, undeniably, continues to be the top Las Vegas attraction captivating and entertaining visitors with it’s high-energy glitz, glamour and 24/7 nightlife. But for those seeking sunshine and sweet serenity in a spectacular desert oasis setting, travel beyond the city lights to the quaint village of...

Monday, July 11th, 2011

Hotel Review: Le Petit Hotel; Montreal, Canada

  Small in the travel industry can mean many things – both good and bad. But in the case of Le Petit Hotel in Montreal’s historic district, small translates to the number “one”, a ranking that means...

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