Have you ever been totally happy to just stay put in your hotel? Cliffside villas at Acapulco’s Banyan Tree Cabo Marques offer secluded tropical luxury and private pools. Why leave?
We’ve been profiled on Johnny Jet’s “Travel Style”! (Thanks Johnny!) Want to know our favorite international city, our dream destination, our most embarrassing travel moments? Read on…
Already visited crooked Lombard Street, Chinatown and hoity-toity Nob Hill in San Francisco? Why not climb the Filbert Street steps, past pretty Victorian houses, to Coit Tower, then stop for coffee in North Beach?
Had a spaceship landed in the Bali rainforest? Crossing a footbridge over a dramatic gorge, we stared at the main building of the Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan. But don’t worry, it’s lovely, as are the villas with private pools.
No wonder 1 million cruise passengers love the Vancouver cruise port each year! You can walk to shops, restaurants and seaside promenades. Our home city is also particularly beautiful as seen from a cruise ship.
Is the owner a “temple whisperer”? Rescuing ancient temples, he turned his love for Indonesian art and antiques into the fabulous Hotel Tugu Lombok. A museum-worthy collection is on display.
You could be forgiven if the boutique Savoy Hotel in Yangon takes you back to the days of the British Raj. With overhead fans, teakwood floors and Myanmar antiques, it oozes colonial charm.
Tired of lugging around my old laptop when traveling, I bought a Dell XPS 13. It’s the best travel laptop! And I’m not getting paid to say this :-). It’s light (2.6 lbs), powerful (can handle photoshop) and super slim.
Green thumb or not, you’ll love visiting the Singapore Botanic Gardens! See Swan Lake, over 60,000 beautiful orchids and strange carnivorous plants. Bonus: no more crocodiles today.
Queen Victoria loved it. So did Brahms. Germany’s fashionable spa town, Baden-Baden, was the summer capital of Europe. And it’s still beautiful (think luxury, classical music and elegant spas).