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Dinner with a View at Shangri-La Hotel’s TING Restaurant and Lounge in London

Ting Restaurant, 35th Floor of the ShardTING is located on the hotel’s 35th floor of the iconic Renzo Piano designed building, The Shard. Once you see that building, it’s hard to forget what it looks like and the thought of having dinner inside ~ some kind of wonderful. 

Florida Beaches Guide - New Smyrna Beach

spanish ruins, New Smyrna BeachThe only US east coast destination to make the top 15 “World’s Coolest Surf Towns.” Whether you come to soak up the sun, cast a line into the surf, build sand castles with the kids or cruise along the shoreline in your convertible, New Smyrna Beach is 500 feet wide at low tide – lots of room for everyone ...

Exploring the Champagne Wine Region in France

rolling countryside of the Champagne regionThe Champagne Region in France sits about 2 hours east of Paris with its rolling hills covered in luscious champagne vines. The picturesque chateaus and small villages become the heart of the vineyards and centuries old churches ...

Touring French Champagne Houses

Champagne House ~ La Maison Pommery, ReimsThe beauty of France’s Champagne Region opened to us as we road-tripped our way east from Paris. With over 200 champagne houses in the area and it's picturesque rolling hills, century old estates and small villages ...

Take a Tour Behind the Movies at TIFF!

historic Elgin TheatreWhen you consider the cosmopolitan diversity of Toronto, the cityscapes and film location opportunities, it’s not surprising Toronto is host to the world’s largest public film festival – TIFF or the Toronto International Film Festival ...

Self-Guided Winery Tour in Niagara-on-the-Lake

a tour stop at Pondview Estate WineryWhen we travel, we always go where the glass is half full. Of our favorite wine. In Niagara-on-the-Lake. Find that cute little Airbnb or inn nearby if you have time to spend the weekend. Talk about the perfect girlfriend getaway ...

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