Category Archives: Dream Trips

Luxury Mexico Over The Water Bungalows

Adios Bora Bora. Authentic Luxury Over-The-Sea Bungalows Finally Come To Mexico

Over-the-water bungalows (a.k.a. palafitos) have been around since the Bronze Age. But they were designed to elevate their inhabitants from rats. Today they are on every luxury traveler’s bucketlist planning a vacation in Bora Bora or Tahiti. Glass aquarium floors and direct ladder access to the water are just a few of the perks. Luckily for everyone who doesn’t have the budget or time to fly to French Polynesia they have finally landed in Mexico’s Riviera Maya.

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Destination Christmas: Historic New Orleans

New Orleans is one of America’s most iconic, bucket list travel destinations at any time of year. Think Jazz Fest, Mardi Gras, or one of the 120 other annual festivals that happen every week. When it comes to destination Christmas (and New Years), however, there’s no better place in the country to avoid the family drama where it’s perpetually warm and welcoming. Here’s our definitive go-local New Orleans holiday guide from three hotel owners who have lived there for decades

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Southern Yankee: The Dixie Road Trip Begins Now

When the first step on a two-thousand mile upcoming road trip starts with cowboy boots, line dancing, quail hunting, and tailgating you know it’s going to be a good one. When it also intertwines a journey of discovery into your own family roots you know it’s going to be down right entertaining to put it mildly. Get ready for the Southern Yankees who are giving up everything, moving into a 250 square foot Airstream, and re-discovering Dixie.

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Dream Trip: Vintage South Beach

Miami’s South Beach can get a shallow rap for late-night clubbing, short bikinis, and slow-revving Ferraris cruising down Ocean Drive. Equally part of the classic South Beach experience however is the rich Art Deco architecture, world-class art and museums, and international foodie scene that features some of the best restaurants and bars in the country. The white sand beaches and Bahamian-colored water don’t hurt either. Get over your stereotypes and prepare to become uninhibited.

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