I travel a lot, so I’ve been in my fair share of hotels. They’re gorgeous and glamorous, sure. But what do you want to do after a long crazy and exhausting day? You want to go home!
This was my first-time “glamping” and it definitely won’t be my last. We did stay in this luxury tent in Colorado last winter, but I wouldn’t really describe that as glamping.
Paris is divided into twenty Arrondissements or districts, and one of my favorite areas happens to live in the 18th. Montmartre! At the beginning of the 20th century, Montmartre was home and the workplace to many influential artists such as Claude Monet and Salvatore Dali. But you probably know of it because of Moulin Rouge or the Basilica of the Sacré Coeur, which sits atop the large hill. You also might recognize the Basilica because of this post here!
Like a beacon that steers boats to shore, this magnificent establishment on the Subic waterfront can serve as a venue that beckons travelers seeking world-class comfort. The Lighthouse Marina Resort is a three-floor, 34-room boutique hotel capped by a lighthouse.
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I was in Tulum 2 weeks ago and I’m still dreaming about the clear blue waters and the soft sand between my toes! Tulum was absolutely paradise. Allen, Chloe & I had such an amazing time there and I recommend everyone visit at least once. Because it’s such a small town, here are 10 things you need to know about Tulum before you visit.