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This story was originally published in Thrillist
Notable bars may come equipped with claim-to-fame distinctions -- i.e., lab-worthy craft cocktails, fabled history, a place where everyone knows your name -- but you can’t beat a killer view.
This story was originally published in TravelChannel.com
Psychic hotlines? Storefront psychic readers? Miss Cleo? They’re old news. Today psychics and spiritual mediums have come a long way from the eye rolls of days past. In some cases, psychics have even become as important as personal trainers and therapists, should you notice your friend’s speed dial.
This story was originally published in Men's Fitness
Surfing in Hawaii? Been there. Mountain biking in Park City? Done that. This fall, outdoor enthusiasts are exploring a slew of classic adventures in atypical (yet familiar) places while the weather is perfect, the deals are enticing, and the crowds are at bay.
This story was originally published in Robb Report.
This story was originally published in Robb Report
In 1962, Richard Burton purchased a Mexican casita for his flame and Cleopatra costar Elizabeth Taylor. Last December, the lovers’ hilltop hideaway overlooking Puerto Vallarta reopened as Casa Kimberly...
This story was originally published in The Hollywood Reporter
Think 24-hour butler service, dedicated entrances, personalized meals and outdoor balconies.Many Las Vegas resorts tout their highest-category, luxury-drenched suites, like "Bachelor Pad" at Hard Rock Hotel and "Penthouse A" at the Palms.
This story was published in The Hollywood Reporter (July 10, 2016).
Not that you ever need an excuse to go abroad, but these new opening attractions and accommodations make a case for booking a flight, stat.
This story was originally published in New York Post.
This story was originally published in Conde Nast Traveler.