Winter Vacation: Family Fun in Grand Cayman

on Oct 2, 2014 in Travel

As there are so many different, family friendly things to do in Grand Cayman, vacations there are always memorable. It is no surprise that families of every size enjoy vacationing on the island during the winter holiday season.

Hot Spots to stay in NYC

on Jul 28, 2014 in Travel

Chelsea Hotels is an exclusive group of properties in New York which all have a story of their own. To date, they all offer superb service and amenities for their guests under leadership of CEO Ed Scheetz. Over the years, the changes and transitioning have created something that is talked about and recommended by those who have knowledge of their history and what they have to offer.

New Seaplane Service to Open Up Greek Islands

on Jul 15, 2014 in Travel

How many travelers have embarked on an adventure from Athens’ Piraeus port planning to explore the Cyclades, Ionian and Dodecanese archipelagos, only to realize they’ve just got time to grab a Greek salad in Santorini before catching the boat home?

Grand Cayman’s Best Dining Options

on Jul 10, 2014 in Food

This world-class vacation spot is home to not only 50,000 residents, but also stunning beaches, top-tier hotels, countless watersports and a large selection of fine dining. Some of the most popular restaurants in Grand Cayman are found right around Camana Bay.

Transformation in the Miami Design District

on Jul 7, 2014 in Shopping

After LVMH became involved in the deal, the two decade long battle fought by Robins began moving at a fast pace, which included the purchase of a number of properties and the launch of the first luxury Miami fashion stores in the district. With the promise of LVMH funding in place, Christian Louboutin became the first luxury retailer to open in the Design District in 2009.

Summer Attractions in the Big Apple

on Jun 18, 2014 in Travel

What better time than summertime to go out and explore NYC. Tickets definitely go fast in the city that never sleeps, but if you plan accordingly you can ensure a memorable outing. After a lot of research and exploring in the city, we have three summer activities for you. High Line The High Line is a hidden gem in the concrete jungle. This public park is built on top of a freight rail line in Manhattan directly above the streets of the West Side. It is free to go to the High Line, which definitely is a plus in a city that is quite pricey. There are several gardens, food vendors and mobile shops along the High Line. One of my favorite food vendors is People’s Pops, which has the freshest popsicles and shaved ice– perfect for a scorching day! Empire State Building The Empire State Building is a world famous landmark, which deserves to be visited time and time again. What better season than summertime to get the best view of the city from the Empire State Building? Whether you are on the top deck at the 102nd floor or the main deck on the 86th floor the views are unmatchable (to purchase New York tickets, click here). The Empire State Building is the perfect spot for a summer date, especially between midnight and one AM you can enjoy a more private setting. Boating in Central Park Central Park is a quintessential part of a visit to New York City. Many people do not think to take advantage of boating in Central Park. You can rent a rowboat from the Loeb Boathouse from the months of April to November from 10 AM to six PM. The Loeb Boathouse is equipped with 100 boats, all of which seat up to four people per boat. This is the perfect afternoon activity, which doesn’t require walking and is a little more exciting than tanning. On a sunny summer day, boating around the lake in Central Park is one of the best ways to enjoy the terrain of the park. Image from...

Grand Cayman’s Fabulous Shopping Scene

on May 29, 2014 in Shopping

Shopping on this warm weather island is as popular as any other activity visitors may enjoy during their stay. The variety of name brand and local boutiques paired with duty-free shopping makes Grand Cayman a shopping paradise.

Best Places to Stay in Miami

on Apr 25, 2014 in Travel

The Fontainbleau has both history and luxury and staying there combines the old world 1960s class of Miami (think James Bond on a lounge chair), with more modern luxuries. Not only is it a solid piece of Miami history but it’s owned by Turnberry Associates, lead by siblings Jeffery and Jackie Soffer.

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