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August 13, 2015


A Caribbean Resort Debuts Three New Private Villas with Direct Beach Access

Grace Bay Club, a Grace Bay Resort, a high-end tropical getaway in Turks and Caicos on Providenciales Island, recently debuted three private beachfront villas that are now available for booking. Located on a long stretch of powdery white beach, the Grace Bay Resorts Residences villas each feature five bedrooms, 18-foot ceilings, and Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances. With 6,400 square feet of interior elegance and plenty of outdoor space, the villas are well suited for families and large groups.

Source: RobbReport

August 06, 2015


Sail Amsterdam 2015 Set for August

The nautical festival SAIL Amsterdam 2015 from Aug. 19 to 23, will host 43 tall ships, including 13 first-timers from around the world. The free event, held every five years in the Netherlands’ capital since 1975, begins with the 7.5-mile-long Sail-In parade.

Source: New York Times

August 03, 2015


The World’s First Airport Terminal For Pets Set To Open At JFK Airport

New York’s John F. Kennedy international airport will soon be adding pools, massages, and spa treatments. But before any humans readers get too excited, there’s a catch: those amenities are exclusively for pets. The New York Post reports that JFK’s new $48 million Ark terminal will be used exclusively for shipping animals and include many of the amenities of a five-star hotel. Dogs will be free to frolic in a 20,000-square-foot “resort” that will include bone-shaped pools, massage therapy, and “pawdicures,” while cats can spend their pre-boarding hours lounging in a specially made jungle featuring bespoke climbing trees.

Source: Travel and Leisure

July 24, 2015


Mountain Meets Design in Italy

Opening today, the last of six Messner Mountain Museums will open in Corones, in the Dolomite Mountains of Italy. Designed by the architect Zaha Hadid, the eye-catching, 10,700-square-foot Messner Mountain Museum Corones perches atop Mount Kronplatz at roughly 7,500 feet.

Source: New York Times

July 24, 2015


The Porsche First Class Excitement With Lufthansa

Instead of waiting for your airplane take a ride with Porsche 911 or Panamera for an afternoon of sightseeing prior to departure. Lufthansa created for first-class passengers and private-jet guests in Frankfurt and Munich a special opportunity to fill out time before the flight in an exciting way.

Source: Lufthansa


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