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3 Delish Experiences to Satisfy Your Wanderlust

We dare you to indulge...

It's no surprise that food and travel as are inseparable as Bieber and Gomez these days. Thankfully our tastes have evolved past first base and we're not shy about exploring new adventures. We want fresh, flavorful food, secret spice blends and, of course, the exactly right adult libations to tease it up another notch.  

Food & WineFood & WineIt also helps if our gastronomic adventures are within stumbling distance of a place to lay our heads. After all, it's no fun if someone has to play designated driver.

 

We've scoured the web for some of some of the quirkiest, sweetest and downright sinful places to indulge your hunger for travel. Ready to go wild and indulge all that you love about travel? We dare you!

Hôtel de Glace 2012

Your quirkiest delish experience begins in the Ice Bar located inside Canada's only ice hotel, The Hôtel de Glace. From January to March, enjoy libations guaranteed to warm the cockles of your soul while you rock out to live music or a DJ (depending on the night of the week). To fit in with the elite see-and-be-seen crowd (and stay warm) pack your toque, mitts and the ever-sexy parka.

When you're evening's finished, find your way to one ofHotel de GlaceHotel de Glace their 36 rooms where you'll cuddle the night away in temperature-controlled comfort of a Nordic sleeping bag - on a bed made of ice.  For more information, visit the Hôtel de Glace online or call .877.505.0423.You can also follow them on Facebook and Twitter and find out what others have to say about spending the night on ice.

Justin Winery, restaurant, inn...

California's Highway #1California's Highway #1Ready for the sweetest delish? A short drive from the majestic beauty of Highway 1, you'll find 26,000 vineyard acres, 40 varieties of grapes and almost 200 wineries. Justin Winery is one of Paso Robles (California) oldest and best vineyards and a media darling with regular appearances in Wine Spectator, Forbes Traveler and a host or regional and trade publications.

The restaurant at Justin is open all week for dinner andJustin Winery, CaliforniaJustin Winery, California weekends only for lunch. Wine is available by the glass, flight or bottle. Call us lushes, but a wine paired with every item on the menu is our idea of smart travel. When they add a spa with wine-inspired treatments we intend to apply for landed lush status - and stay forever.

For more information, visit Justin Winery online or call 800-726-0049. You can also follow them on Facebook and Twitter.

Wynn Hotel

Provocative, sinful and oh so delish! While the Wynn and Encore share four nightclubs, Tryst is GoGirlfriend's fav with manmade waterfalls and lagoon, sunken dance floor (read: sexy, writhing mosh pit) and, of course, half-naked girls lounging everywhere. It is Vegas after all...

Most nights you'll find barely-dressed tourists lookingTryst Nightclub, Wynn HotelTryst Nightclub, Wynn Hotel for love (or something comparable) but on Sunday and Thursday, locals get in free (it's closed Monday-Wednesday). Forget eating here, this place is all about the drinks. Be sure to sample the Love Triangle - who can resist a three-way in Vegas?

For more information, visit Tryst online  or call 702-770-3375. To whet your appetite, follow them on Facebook and Twitter.

Where are your most delish places to travel? Do you prefer luxury or eco-chic or you more of a gypsy, traveling wherever and whenever the urge grabs you? Follow us on Twitter or like us on Facebook and let's start talking!

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