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If there was one city where I was tempted to burn my passport and cancel my ticket home, it would have to be Cape Town, largely because of Table Mountain.
El Rancho Vista Estates in Palm Springs is a stellar collection of mid-century architecture. Many of the homes have been restored.
Home to 200,000 people, Trieste is a fascinating corner of Italy with its Balkan, Hapsburg and Venetian influences.
When you cross the bridge driving into central Abu Dhabi, you cannot miss the soaring minarets and massive domes of the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque.
Ella is the highlight of taking the train through the tea country of Sri Lanka.
Last week JetBlue, partnering with The Ocean Foundation, released a report that links ecosystem sustainability and revenue.
Visiting the UAE without checking out the malls in Dubai is like visiting Delhi and skipping the Taj Mahal or missing Corvocado while in Rio de Janeiro.
If there is an Exhibit A for climate change, it could be Venice, as flooding challenges the city more than ever before.
One of the best perks about visiting the Balkans is the chance to wander around the markets, and the open air market in Ljubljana is no exception.
While I felt grateful I had one day to traipse around Venice, I could have used a week to explore this timeless city and its canals.
Punta Ballena has long been one of the most popular gathering spots in Uruguay, and it is easy to see why.
More business travelers are choosing Airbnb when attending those conferences or sales meetings instead of hotels. And why not?