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Luxe Decor: How to Upgrade Your Home Without Breaking the Bank

You don’t need to be a millionaire to live in luxe décor. Here’s how to recreate luxury interior design looks while still making rent. Home improvement doesn’t always come cheap. Indeed, people spent around $394 billion on it in the United States last year! Clearly, individuals around the country are keen on upgrading their living space. And they’re willing to pay for the privilege! But what if you don’t have the cash right now? Are home developments off-limits? Not at all! Thankfully, there are definite ways of getting luxe décor without spending thousands of dollars in the process. All...

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5 Unique Ways to Explore London

With over 2,000 years of history, there’s always something unique to explore in London. Whether you’ve been to London before or it’s your first time, be prepared to be astounded by the immense number of things you can do and visit in one of the oldest cities in the world. Americans have always loved to visit London, with Tourism Vision projecting around 3.3 million U.S. visitors will venture to the city every year by 2025. While most people flock to the usual spots in the capital, here are 5 unique ways you can explore London: Take a Helicopter Tour...

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7 of the Best Things to do in Greece

With a fascinating history, beautiful sun-kissed beaches and delicious food, there’s something for everyone in Greece. With so much to see and do, it’s hard to top this beautiful country when it comes to trips away. If you weren’t tempted to go to Greece before, you certainly will be once you’ve browsed the many hot spots, restaurants and beautiful villas available, such as those from Oliver’s Travels. Still not convinced? Check out this article for seven of the best things to do in Greece. Scuba Dive in Rhodes Rhodes is an enchanting part of Greece, particularly if you have...

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Five Unique Sleepover Experiences For Solo Travelers

What sets the world’s best hotel experiences apart from the rest? A dash of something different – nothing beats a mind-blowing setting or evocative detail from a long-lost era. Flash Pack curates group adventures and experiences for solo travelers in their 30s and 40s, and hand-picks some of the most unique hotels from across the world. When traveling solo, there are many things to take into consideration before embarking on your journey. Preparation is key. The solo traveler will want to find a place to unwind and regroup at the end of the day. Whether it’s a night in...

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12 Trips for Dads Who Love to Travel

Looking for the perfect Father’s Day gift? Why not treat Dad to a bucket list adventure? From trekking in Chile, to cycling Northwest Arkansas, to playing cowboy in Wyoming or golfing in Montana, a world of active pursuits awaits. Below are 12 of our favorite vacations for the adventurous Dad. Torres del Paine Trek: Dad can take in the glaciers, lakes and spires of Chile’s Torres del Paine National Park on the guided O Circuit trek with Adventure Life. He’ll hike around the remote north side of the Patagonian massif as well as the classic W, spending nights under...

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Luxury Fashion Sneakers Worth Spending Your Money On

Italy is the world’s fashion capital where top footwear designers are headquartered.  It is no wonder when a fashion trend begins in Italy and hits the rest of the world at a later time. From fitness shoes to a high-end fashion staple, the sneaker’s move up the ladder in the fashion world depicts the most significant developments in our society in recent years. This is the case for P448 Italian fashion sneakers. The first collection of P448, which combined ferments of streetwear culture and pop spirit, placed this brand on the fashion map alongside other high-end contenders. Unlike other...

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Accor Launches $50k Hotel Package to Celebrate 21c Museum Hotels Joining MGallery Hotel Collection

To celebrate 21c Museum Hotels joining the MGallery Hotel Collection and the entrée of MGallery into the North American market, Accor has unveiled an extraordinary new Paint Your Passport package – a collection of bespoke experiences providing unparalleled insider access at all eight 21c Museum Hotels across the country. One unforgettable journey, perfect for lovers of travel and the arts, the ‘Paint Your Passport’ package includes travel between all eight 21c properties, unprecedented VIP access to one of the largest contemporary art collections in the country and activities unavailable to the general public, such as dinner at the 21c Founders’ home with a personal tour of their...

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The Magic of the Camino in Just One Week

Thousands of pilgrims from all nationalities walk the Camino de Santiago routes each year (over 300,000 in 2018 alone!) but not all of them spend a whole month walking the 500 miles that separate St Jean Pied de Port and Santiago de Compostela. Many pilgrims start their journey further along the routes, much closer to Santiago, adapting their distance to their fitness level or indeed to the time they have available. It is possible to experience the magic of the Camino even if you only have limited time at your disposal, here’s how to plan a great Camino in one...

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Eat Your Way Through Italy: The Best Locations to Indulge in Italian Cuisine

There are many ways to experience true Italian culture, including cultural hotspots like Rome and the must-try Bolognese sauce from Bologna. But with so many culinary tastes to enjoy – where would the best places be to explore? Citalia has recently created an interactive tool that explores the best Italian locations to visit, to truly indulge in these culinary masterpieces. Italian holidays are popular among tourists for a wealth of reasons, from the archaeology and architecture of the mainland to the clear blue water and hot, white-sand beaches of the islands – but there’s always something new to uncover, be it Bologna, the culinary capital of Italy, or the Roman ruins...

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Adding onto or Building Your Own Home? Read this First

Everyone has their dream house. Even though you could be perfectly happy with the home you’re in now, you may always have that perfect dream house. It could be a little cottage by the sea, a two-story brick house on top of a hill or something completely random like a house that is made entirely of stones and has a 50-inch TV in each room. We’re not here to judge, it’s called your dream house for a reason. Perhaps you’ve thought of adding onto or building your own home. It might be you want to add another bedroom, expand...

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Mexico City’s Ignacia Guest House Debuts New Additions

Consistently ranked among the world’s top places to visit, Mexico City is a global capital welcoming more than 12.5 million visitors each year with  its renowned cuisine, vibrant culture, rich history, unique neighborhoods and modern-day travel offerings. A sprawling metropolis bursting with a vibrant personality  blending  old and new, there are over a dozen distinct neighborhoods or “colonias” each with their own character and charm. An essential part of the city’s cultural and gastronomic life, the adjacent Roma and Condesa neighborhoods are home to Mexico City’s trendy creative class. The area overflows with diverse dining options and alluring nightlife...

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Europe’s Best Food Adventure Holidays [Infographic]

Within the travel sector, the market of food adventure holidays is growing enormously. Many holidaymakers enjoy the combination of exploring picturesque regions while simultaneously sampling a gorgeous gamut of indigenous recipes. This infographic from Ireland Walk Hike Bike picks out a few of the best places in Europe for foodie lovers who also enjoy adventure holidays throughout the continent. Chief among these is Italy’s Prosecco Hills, with the area giving its name to the world-famous wine. The vineyards from where prosecco originates are located in beautiful hilly regions dotted around charming medieval villages, with multiple pre-existing routes for adventure...

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