The Travel Bug: All-American Ski Resorts

[fullwidth_text alt_background=”none” width=”1/1″ el_position=”first last”] No need to cross the Atlantic for memorable skiing and socializing by the fireplace. The good old U.S.A. has some wonderful ski resorts that will cater to every interest and sports level, from slopes to the pros to indulgent spa goers. Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Wyoming Boasting the best ski […]

The Travel Bug: Bookshops in London

[fullwidth_text alt_background=”none” width=”1/1″ el_position=”first last”] Remember the song “So how can you tell me, you’re lonely, and say for you the sun don’t shine…” Well, even if the sun doesn’t shine you can break the loneliness in a visit to one – or all – of these bookshops in London town. You never who you’ll […]

The Travel Bug: 36 Hours in Prague

[fullwidth_text alt_background=”none” width=”1/1″ el_position=”first last”] This UNESCO World Heritage city is a true European gem.  Relatively small compared to other capitals in Europe, it’s easy to explore and discover Prague’s secrets from dusk to dawn. If you’ve got 36 hours to do so, Prague is the IT destination. Prepared to be amazed. Sleep Jalta Boutique […]

The Travel Bug: Winter Sailing

[fullwidth_text alt_background=”none” width=”1/1″ el_position=”first last”] Summer isn’t the only season for smooth sailing, sunsets and adventure. Come winter, millions head to the slopes while in-the-knows head to islands like St. Barth’s. Pack your bags and adventurous spirit and sail for the seas that eagerly wait to show you its hidden treasures and less-traveled routes. Greece Some […]

The Travel Bug: Family Christmas Destinations

[fullwidth_text alt_background=”none” width=”1/1″ el_position=”first last”] Number one priority when embarking on a family getaway? Making sure everyone’s got a smile on their face. Which means, each person has the freedom and space to indulge in what they love most; views, leisure time, spa, sports, etc. These happy-go-lucky destinations offer something for everyone. Los Cabos, Mexico This is a […]

The Travel Bug : Must-Have Perfumes

[fullwidth_text alt_background=”none” width=”1/1″ el_position=”first last”] How do you determine your signature scent? Like anything in life, it’s all about trial and error, until you find the right one. Explore these lesser known scents on your next aromatic mission. Wilde by Jardin D’Ecrivains The founder of this French perfume house, Anaïs Biguine, has created a collection […]

The Travel Bug: How to Pack like a Pro

[fullwidth_text alt_background=”none” width=”1/1″ el_position=”first last”] There is always a journey before the journey and that is packing. It can take one hour, two days, or worse, forever. Whether you’re going away for two days or one week, here are packing tips to have you traveling like a pro. Step 1: Roll with it Meet ‘bundle […]

The Travel Bug: Europe’s Finest Airport Lounges

[fullwidth_text alt_background=”none” width=”1/1″ el_position=”first last”] Commuting is great when everything runs smoothly and on time, but sometimes it doesn’t. You can still make the best of your time thanks to the brilliant insight and sensitivities of great architects who have gone to great lengths to design comfortable, luxurious airport lounge. Follow the experience. Lufthansa First […]

The Travel Bug: Emerging Wines in Australia

[fullwidth_text alt_background=”none” width=”1/1″ el_position=”first last”] It seems that, in some bistros and restaurants, the wine lists only continues to grow. While the wines of Bordeaux, Tuscany and Napa Valley always transport us to the heavenly vineyards and the flavors of the earth, most of us miss the experience of the ‘world down under’.  Here are […]