Author: luxebeat

Rooftop Dining Al Fresco

Share: With longer days and the weather finally warming up, travelers all across the country are eagerly gearing up for al fresco dining and rooftop season. Whether you’re looking for the best spot to soak up the sun away from the chaos of the city below or just want to enjoy a trendy cocktail or seasonal dish in the fresh spring air while visiting NYC, the following outdoor hotspots have you covered. Weather dependent rooftops… Pod 39 Rooftop Perched 17 floors high, the top of the Pod 39 Hotel reveals a seasonal rooftop oasis. With crawling ivy, potted plants, and panoramic views of...

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Boston Park Plaza Hotel Celebrates 90 Years

Share: The historic Boston Park Plaza hotel is pleased to launch its 90th Anniversary celebration. To mark this momentous nine-decade milestone, the property, which officially opened its doors as the Statler Hotel in March 1927, and recently completed a dramatic $100 million lobby to roof restoration, is now offering a variety of special packages and experiences for its anniversary. To celebrate their 90th Anniversary they are offering a variety of specials: 90 Days of Surprises and Delights – Over the course of the next 90 days, hotel staff will gift lucky guests with surprise experiences and amenities, which could...

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30 of the World’s Most Cultural Destinations

Share: TotallyMoney.com has recently carried out research to determine the World’s Most Cultured Cities, investigating into the number of theatres, museums and art galleries – to name just a few. From UNESCO World Heritage Sites to Michelin Star restaurants, the world has a lot to offer – but which cities have the most? Here are some key highlights from our research: Amsterdam – many of the art galleries and dining opportunities the city has to offer can be found in the Jordaan, the narrow alleyways which were once a working class area. Dublin – the city draws its name...

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La Jolla Concours d’Elegance April 7-9th

Share: In the world of collector automobiles, there are many wonderful cars. There are but a handful, however, that earn universal acclaim.  These automobiles are exceedingly rare. They are built on the finest chassis with the utmost attention to detail of design. And, above all, they are iconically beautiful, a sight to behold, and the pinnacle of achievement for their coachbuilder. Our featured car, General Lyon’s 1934 Packard Runabout Speedster, is such a car. This beautifully restored boat tail is the last of four to ever be produced and can be viewed for one day only at the prestigious...

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Most Popular Recipes by State

Share: When you think Texas, do you think cookies? Or how about Washington, does fried chicken come to mind? It turns out the states of America are quickly learning the recipes of foods you wouldn’t normally associate them with. Google Trends provides this unique insight into our internet browsing habits. By searching a specific word or term (in this case “recipe”), we discovered the most popular recipe per US state. We’ve produced a map that hones in on what people were googling to get making in the kitchen. Do they reflect true to what you’ve attempted to cook in...

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