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Escape the chill winter temperatures for a Sexy Little Stay at LA's SLS hotel

dailymail.co.uk  -  5 hours ago
If the winter blues are starting to get you down, a stay at the luxurious SLS hotel in the warmer climes of Beverly Hills might be just the thing to revive you.

Swimmer Ends 'Very Disturbing' Journey

newser.com  -  8 hours ago
Benoit Lecomte wants us to know what he saw.

Winter Travel Is Sometimes Better Than Other Seasons: featuring the Women’s Durand Polar by KEEN

eyeandpen.com  -  8 hours ago
Article written by Leah ​ Winter is here in all of its freezing pearlescent glory, and with it comes the opportunity to experience the natural sound of Nature, and all of its beauty. Sure, the...

Unsure of What to Buy An Adventurer This Season? Give the Gift of Survival with SOG Knives

eyeandpen.com  -  15 hours ago
The holiday season is upon us and with nine days left until Christmas, many shoppers are scrambling to fill space beneath the tree and in stockings. Though, it’s easy to lose track of the reason...

Learn How to Make EPIC Travel Videos

brendansadventures.com  -  16 hours ago
Ever watch an epic travel video and think to yourself, “I wish I could make something like that”? Well, the reality is that it’s really not as hard as it seems.  It takes a formula of an amazing location, some simple gear, some editing chops, and a bit of a plan.  Travel videography, more than …

Lessons learned: Don't listen to poolside philosophers and, for the love of Pete, don't fat-shame Santa

latimes.com  -  16 hours ago
"Just stay home" is an easy mantra during the holidays. But a former Seinfeld writer tells us why heading to the beach or the mountains — or even a French chateau — can be worth the trouble.

I spent Thanksgiving on the 'wrong side of the tracks,' and it felt just right

latimes.com  -  17 hours ago
Overwhelmed and underappreciated, it’s easy to see why my mom opted for a restaurant. But there was also something else. Maybe you’ve heard about the type of Jewish mother who urges you to “eat, eat, eat!” Well, I had a different kind.

I yanked my boyfriend's hand and crashed through the gate. Call it taco panic

latimes.com  -  18 hours ago
With a beau in tow, I trekked to a small fishing village on Mexico’s Gulf of California. At the time, the travel alerts and the worsening drug war — plus news of a recent scorpion infestation — made it seem like not the best choice.

A little safari, a little beach, a little honeymoon and a whole lot to remember for all the wrong reasons

latimes.com  -  18 hours ago
At the time, Mozambique was not a destination high on the honeymoon hit list — it was certainly no Florence or Hawaii. But the idea had been simple — “a little safari, a little beach.”

A little tuna with that tinsel: How we cheered up a very sad brother on a challenging Christmas Eve

latimes.com  -  19 hours ago
On Christmas Eve, no grocery stores are open. The only store with lights on is Rite Aid. The only comestibles available here, aside from future-apocalypse-themed amino acid body-building drinks, are tiny cans of Bumble Bee tuna.

In the Salt Lake tabernacle Brigham Young built, 360 voices blend with frontier history

latimes.com  -  20 hours ago
Salt Lake City is home to America's best known choral group, formerly known as the Mormon Tabernacle Choir (now, the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square. The installment of our Sites and Sounds series tells the story of their odd, resonant, historic building, which dates to 1867.


Fascinating pictures of London in the 50s and 60s by Allan Hailstone

dailymail.co.uk  -  2 days ago
The incredible, unique pictures here are a selection from the 120 taken by keen photographer Allan Hailstone that feature in his book London: Portrait of a City 1950-1962 .

The best last-minute ski holiday bargains to the Alps

dailymail.co.uk  -  2 days ago
Ski conditions across Europe are remarkably good for the time of year. So if you if you have yet to order the turkey and fancy a quick dash to the Alps over the holiday period, here's where to go...

Routes: American, United bulk up + Emirates celebrates + Delta boss in BOS + more

sfgate.com  -  2 days ago
There's plenty of airline route news this week, including major announcements from American, Delta and United about their 2019 plans; also, Alaska has an ugly sweater promotion, Air New Zealand coordinates San Francisco frequencies with United, El Al is coming to Las Vegas, Spirit will add…

A review of The De Vere Beaumont Estate, Old Windsor

dailymail.co.uk  -  2 days ago
The De Vere Beaumont Estate in Old Windsor has 420 rooms, a pool and a gym. The Inspector said his room was a 'let-down' but the restaurant 'exceeded expectations'.

Photos by Olga Kouznetsova capture how gran who's the ONLY resident in her village spends Christmas

dailymail.co.uk  -  2 days ago
Lyudmila Vyacheslavovna lives in the 130-year-old family home in Tolokonnikovo, close to Russia's border with Estonia. Photographer Olga Kouznetsova spent time with her last year.

When life gives you lemons: Skip the golf and swing by the Algarve’s sleepy interior

dailymail.co.uk  -  2 days ago
The Algarve may be a mecca for golf lovers but foodies will be in their element too, as the Daily Mail's Mark Palm discovered. He stayed at the Anantara in Vilamoura.

I feel for an African beauty: Pemba's seductive powers are truly irresistible

dailymail.co.uk  -  2 days ago
Pemba is one of the islands in Tanzania’s Zanzibar archipelago. Mimi Spencer checked into The Constance Aiyana, a boutique hotel on the northernmost tip.


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