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  • Check Out Castle Star Seamus Dever’s Wine Collection

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    It’s funny actually, because I was never really into wine, my wife was. So i protested for the longest time. I was more into beer.” Once you've seen his extensive cellar and heard Seamus Dever pronounce “terrior” and “Paulliac” with an exquisite French accent, …

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  • places to go travel 2018

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    We travel for lot of reasons: to relax, recharge, to get inspired, and for bragging rights. Who doesn’t revel in telling friends you just got back from the latest under-the-radar, about-to-blow-up, crazy beautiful place no one’s heard of…yet? Your travel-obsessed Lifestyle Mirror editors amassed an impressive amount of frequent flier

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  • Backcountry Store

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    Backcountry Store is dedicated to being the best online retailer of the best built outdoor and Backcountry gear on the planet. From the start their founders were intent on selling quality gear over the Web and what they found was that if the content is good and the products of …

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  • 13 Ways to Make the Most of Vegas

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    A short guide to making sure you're time on the casino floor is well spent and not too expensive.

    Who doesn't like to win money? Everyone could do with an extra bit of cash, for whatever reason. The problem is, in order to win something extra, you have to gamble

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  • Discover The Seasonal Charm Of St. Moritz

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    There's a place where the sun shines 322 days of the year. An environment where the weather is so pleasant and the surrounding so sparkling, people refer to it as a “champagne climate.” That spot is none other than the elegant and sophisticated St. Mortiz.

    This Swiss resort town has …

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  • Hamptons Travel Spots

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    Travel Guide: Memorial Day Ideas in The Hamptons

    Memorial Day weekend is almost here. Naturally, we are all dusting off our white jeans and boat shoes to prepare for the classic holiday jaunt in the Hamptons. Join us as we catch up with the ever-glamorous Travel Curator herself, Melanie Brandman.…

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  • Hawaii Food & Wine Festival

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    “Some people still think that people in Honolulu live in huts by the beach wear grass skirts,” my cab driver tells me en route from the airport. But judging from the traffic, it’s clear that Oahu is Hawaii’s most urban island. (Two-thirds of the state’s population lives in the city …

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  • best weekend getaways from new york

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    As summer winds down, many of us are eager to fit in one last weekend getaway from the big city, without dealing with the summer glow-zapping stress of air travel. Luckily, there’s a wealth of great vacation options all within driving distance of NYC that let you avoid those bothersome …

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  • 10 Things to Do in New York City & Three Things Not To

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    10 Things to Do in New York City & Three Things Not To A discussion of the things I enjoyed most when I visited New York City.

    Like many people, I have read numerous lists of the must-see sights in New York City and after finally visiting the city earlier …

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  • Lorenzo Martone’s NYC Bicycle Essentials

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    Every now and then, a company comes along with a product you didn't even know you needed. That is, until you saw how utterly stylish that item was. Such was the case when Lorenzo Martone launched Martone Cycling Co., his line of incredibly chic bicycles and bike accessories. We can't …

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  • Burgeoning Borough

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    You would be hard pressed to find anyone anywhere who has not heard of Brooklyn, which in recent times has gained as much notoriety as Manhattan, becoming not only a desirable place for New Yorkers to settle down in but also a must see on every tourists list.

    A melting …

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  • Antelope Canyon – Amazing Instagram Destination Of The Week

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    Antelope Canyon – Amazing Instagram Destination Of The Week

    ANTELOPE CANYON

    One of the most-visited and most-photographed destinations in the U.S., Antelope Canyon is a breathtaking natural tourist destination near Page, Arizona. It's a slot canyon, which means it was formed by water erosion (like the Grand Canyon). Its contours are tall, …

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  • Top Spa Resorts For International Jetsetters

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    As nice as a mani pedi combo is, sometimes a 15-minute hand massage just isn’t enough. There’s no better way to decompress and de-stress than to take the whole day—a spa day, that is. We’ve caught up with our favorite Travel Curator Melanie Brandman, who happens to be as spa-savvy …

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  • Sephora Travel Kits

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    Once a girl discovers the makeup brand they rely on, the one that enhances their natural beauty and instills confidence, there is rarely any turning back. You can buy your favorite fragrances, cosmetics, skincare, hair care, and bath and body products, or try something entirely new. Maybe you haven't discovered …

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  • Top 10 Things To Do In New York Before You Turn 50

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    Top 10 Things To Do In New York Before You Turn 50 Out-of-the-box ideas for adventure in New York City for the young (and the not-so-young).

    1. Run in New York City Marathon – this would definitely give me bragging rights if…I

    2. Complete New York City's Marathon – last …

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  • The Most Over-The-Top Hotel Amenities On The Menu

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    In simpler times, free WiFi and warm chocolate chip cookies at check-in were perfectly acceptable hotel amenities–some even called them perks. But in what can only be described as a veritable arms race of concierges and insert-artisanal-product butlers, amenities at the world’s most luxurious hotelsare exceptionally–and unusually–extravagant.

    Hotel shuttle services

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  • What To Do In Norfolk Virginia

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    When brainstorming ideas for a weekend getaway in the fall and winter, coastal Virginia is probably not the first place that comes to mind. While places like Norfolk are quite popular in the summer months with beaches and festivals abounding, these cities and towns have much to offer in the …

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  • The Adventurous Appeal Of Queenstown, New Zealand

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    The Adventurous Appeal Of Queenstown, New Zealand

    WHERE: Queenstown, New Zealand. New Zealand’s symphony of earthly anomalies comes to a sweeping crescendo in Queenstown, the South Island’s unofficial tourist capital.

     

    Oh, Wednesday. That pesky work day set perfectly adrift between two weekends – last Sunday is but a distant …

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  • Top Spa Resorts For International Jetsetters

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    As nice as a mani pedi combo is, sometimes a 15-minute hand massage just isn’t enough. There’s no better way to decompress and de-stress than to take the whole day—a spa day, that is. We’ve caught up with our favorite Travel Curator Melanie Brandman, who happens to be as spa-savvy …

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  • jcpenney online for traveler

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    jcpenney is one of America's largest department stores, catalog, and e-commerce retailers, employing approximately 150,000 associates. As of 2005, jcpenney Corporation operated over 1,000 jcpenney department stores throughout the United States and Puerto Rico, and more than 60 Renner department stores in Brazil. jcpenney Catalog, including e-commerce, is the nation's …

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  • How to Enjoy a Trip to Reno (or any Other Gambling Town) Without Losing Your Shirt

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    How to Enjoy a Trip to Reno (or any Other Gambling Town) Without Losing Your Shirt

    Tips for gambling in Reno (or any other gambling town) without spending all your money. Stay cheap, use club cards, save money.
    Reno has much to offer its visitors and residents. Sure, there's gambling, …

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  • Restaurants Around The World Reach New Heights & Depths

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    The world is a big place. There are endless discoveries to be made high up on mountaintops and well below sealevel alike. Many visit it's vast wonders, but the truly inventive build restaurants within its nooks and crannies. From luxurious feasts perched on cliff edges to glass-enclosed dining rooms under …

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  • The Striking Natural Beauty Of Utah

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    The Striking Natural Beauty Of Utah

    WHERE: Southern Utah, USA. The two million acres encompassing the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument are a natural iteration of Chutes and Ladders – sloping canyons, towering buttes and craggy fissures snaking across the landscape.

     

    Oh, Wednesday. That pesky work day set perfectly adrift …

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  • Exclusive: Dominique Ansel On The Cronut’s First Birthday

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    TREATS WORTH TRAVELING FOR

    It should come as no surprise that Dominique Ansel, the man who ignited an international revolution with the Cronut™, was awarded this year's Best Pastry Chef at the James Beard Awards on Monday. If the Oscar's of the food world hadn't recognized him, his massive following

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