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Sailing Like Homer Over the Wine-Dark Aegean Sea

“Sailing over the wine-dark sea” is how Homer described crossing the Aegean, nearly 3,000 years ago, in his Odyssey. Returned today, neither he nor his contemporaries would be disappointed in what they’d find in the waters that link the archipelago stretching from the Greek mainland south into the Mediterranean. Tweet

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Surf, Sky & Spirit at Tower23 Hotel San Diego

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As California’s southernmost metropolis, San Diego is a veritable coastal paradise that’s widely lauded for its fabulous climate. Often referred to as “Mediterranean” in nature, the region boasts moderate warm daytime and cool evening temperatures nearly year round that rarely reach the point “too hot” or “too cold.” This is just one of many reasons […]

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Royal Blues Hotel an Elegant Oceanside Enclave

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Just south of Palm Beach, along Florida’s eastern coast, lies scenic Deerfield Beach—a city well known for its pristine and clean coastline and the array of recreational water activities delighting both residents and tourists.  Here world-class boating, fishing, diving, boarding and more are all within close range. Other nearby attractions include golf courses, polo clubs […]

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Fort Lauderdale Marriott Pompano Beach Resort & Spa a Splendid Respite

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South Florida, or “SoFla” for the enlightened, is home to more than five million residents, which is understandable given the region encompasses gorgeous coastal cities like Miami, Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach. The area has remained a tourist hub for decades, even now attracting over 12 million visitors annually. A quick look at the weather […]

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The Most Notorious Bronco is heading to Pigeon Forge!

Alcatraz East Crime Museum to display famous white Bronco from the OJ Simpson police chase PIGEON FORGE, TENNESSEE (July 12, 2016) – Just over 22 years ago, millions of people watched as Al Cowlings drove his white Ford Bronco with Heisman Trophy winner and NFL Hall of Famer O.J. Simpson in the back seat. The 90 […]

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In a Perfect World, There Will Always Be Lindos

Word handed down by our tireless leader, Greta, was that we must leave the elegant and endlessly accommodating Rodos Palace early for our day in Lindos, an hour’s drive down the coast, if we hoped to beat the heat. What she didn’t warn us was that it isn’t just the heat you need to handle, […]

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The Ambrose Hotel Santa Monica Mastering Boutique Hospitality

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There’s just something about a boutique hotel. Maybe it’s the quaint locales or the stylish upscale accommodations. Perhaps it’s the extraordinarily personalized level of service or the charming and unexpected touches that make it abundantly clear you’re not at a cookie-cutter chain operation.  It’s these things and more that draw me to boutique properties time […]

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Via Veneto Santa Monica Dishing Star-Caliber Italian Cuisine

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Los Angeles is a city known as much for its distinctive award-winning eateries as it is for its celebrity residents. In fact, many of the city’s restaurants—particularly those frequented by Hollywood’s elite—often become as revered as the star clientele, themselves. One such establishment is Via Veneto in Santa Monica, which enjoys its fair share of […]

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Mark West Wines a Winner for National Pinot Noir Day

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