Destinations
The Ayada Maldives Resort | Maldives PDF Print E-mail
Destinations - Hotels | Resorts | Spas
Written by Bless Bey   
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On an island called Maguhdhuvaa in the Maldives Atoll Gaafu Dhaalu is this beautiful luxury hotel and resort. The Ayada Maldives Resort has 112 villas, each with terrace, swimming pool and built on stilts that allow you to dip your feet into the crisp blue waters that surround you. Check out the photos.

 

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Lost & Found Furniture Store | Beijing - China PDF Print E-mail
Destinations - Boutiques, Retail Stores, Shopping
Written by Bless Bey   
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Offering rare, hard to find mid-century furnishings, the Lost & Found store in Beijing is a great place to shop for one-of-a-kind pieces for your home or office. The space has the feel of an antique shop, peeking one's interests, alerting sensibilities that fosters an attraction to unique furniture. If you're ever in Beijing stop in and do a little browsing, never know what may catch your eye.

 

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Haunted Tales from The Historic Hotels of America PDF Print E-mail
Destinations - Hotels | Resorts | Spas
Written by Charlyn Keating Chisholm   
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As Halloween approaches and you begin to make your holiday season travel plans, do you really know the history of the hotel you are staying in? Here are a few spooky tales of famous haunted hotels in the United States. Historic Hotels of America, part of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, has gathered dozens of ghostly accounts from its member properties around the country. Below are six chilling stories from its archives. Fact or fiction? I suppose that depends on whom you ask. Do you believe in ghosts?

For details or bookings at any of these hotels, click the appropriate link below ….. if you dare.

 

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Island Hopping with Fiji and Vanuatu Holiday Packages PDF Print E-mail
Destinations - Vacations
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Now that you’ve got some time off from your super busy schedule, you plan to have a trip somewhere. The vacation you have in mind is something you need. Europe is out because not solely is it too costly, the continent is at all times crammed with vacationers at any given time of the year. Vegas and New York are too city to your tastes, and you have been to Bangkok thrice already. Then while looking the web, you come upon Fiji vacation packages.


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The Conservatorium Hotel | Amsterdam PDF Print E-mail
Destinations - Hotels | Resorts | Spas
Written by Bless Bey   
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In Amsterdam there is a place to stay while on vacation or business. The Design Hotel. The building ws once Amsterdam's iconic music conservatorium. It is now the city's most unique and fashionable hotels. Realized by Georgi Akirov, he brought in Piero Lissoni; the designer who handled the interior of the Mamilla Hotel of Jerusalem. The Conservatorium Hotel Amsterdam is situated in the heart of the cultural center of the city. 128 rooms are there to provide a holistic luxury experience. Check out the photos.

 

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The Hama Restaurant by k-studio | Athens PDF Print E-mail
Destinations - Restaurants
Written by Bless Bey   
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Achieving a delicate balance of openness and intimacy, this restaurant's interior is a testament to Japanese 'oku' and 'ma'. The architects of k-studio, sought to create an experience similar to dining in a sophisticated bamboo forest. Its a Japanese-Brazilian restaurant in the suburbs of Athens. A great combination of open and private dining areas throught the clever use of bamboo screens and elevated platforms. Take a quick look.

 

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The Contemporary Art Museum | Raleigh - North Carolina PDF Print E-mail
Destinations - Museums, Theatres, Art Houses
Written by Bless Bey   
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The building itself is considered a work of art, designed by Brooks + Scarpa and Clearscapes Architecture + Art, the space actually houses three galleries; The Black Box Room for digital art, the Street Gallery, and of course the Main gallery. Almost every facet of the structure serves several purposes and is rich with particular meaning. The final result does a great job of holding true to Raleigh, North Carolina's red-brick history while venturing into the present and future. The original structure was preserved while a few additions were made like the 900 square foot entry. See the images below.

 

 

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