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beach + island,

Holly's 40th Birthday Adventure - where to go, what to see. I want to go somewhere I've never been. Top of the wish list is Amalfi Coast, but we'd have to do that in May...maybe that's an anniversary trip?? Take a look and let's figure out where we're going.


La Casa Que Canta
Hotel La Casa Que Canta, Acapulco + Zihuatanejo

La Casa Que Canta (The House That Sings) is crawling with lovebirds. There's good reason: The 25 cliffside suites have views of Zihuatanejo Bay and balconies... more


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Hotel Amanyara, Turks + Caicos

With its open, distinctly Asian, architectural style (naturally-finished hardwoods, and reflecting pools all around), and half of its staff Filipino, you could... more


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The Tides Zihuatanejo
Hotel The Tides Zihuatanejo, Acapulco + Zihuatanejo

The Tides Zihuatanejo launched Mexico's beach-chic movement in 1978, when it was known as the Villa del Sol. The hotel was made over in 2007 by hip-arbiters the... more


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Whale Watching in Turks + Caicos
See + Do Whale Watching in Turks + Caicos, Turks + Caicos

You'll witness one of the best shows in the Turks & Caicos January through March, with the annual migration of humpback whales. Most sightings of these... more

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The World's Best Places for Sin
Article The World's Best Places for Sin from

TweetThis is the year. The year that you're finally going to drink less, eat better, quit smoking, get organized, save money, get in shape, and spend more time... more

Cruises for People Who Hate Cruising
Article Cruises for People Who Hate Cruising from

TweetDon't consider yourself a cruise person? Think again. There's far more to the cruise industry these days than cheesy ports of call and Vegas-meets-megamall... more

Canyoning + Cascading
See + Do Canyoning + Cascading, Dominican Republic

The Cordillera Septentrional mountain range in northern DR is a mecca for the adventurous (um, crazy?) folks who dig the sport of canyoning—which involves... more

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Beaches of the Dominican Republic
See + Do Beaches of the Dominican Republic, Dominican Republic

There are literally hundreds of beaches to choose from in the Dominican Republic, but each area has its own character. Beaches on the south-central coast, like... more

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See + Do Island Hopping in the British Virgin Islands, British Virgin Islands

There's no other place in the Caribbean where traveling between such a diverse collection of islands is not only possible, but easy and fun. There are several... more

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See + Do Beaches of the British Virgin Islands, British Virgin Islands

The BVI's have enough beaches to pick one for every interest and mood. Surfers head to Tortola's Apple Bay to hang ten. Sandy Spit and Sandy Cay off Jost Van... more

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See + Do Caves of Belize, Belize

Belize has an enviable endowment of navigable caves. Some of the best are just outside the capital city of Belmopan, along the aptly named Caves Branch River.... more

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Hôtel Guanahani & Spa
Hotel Hôtel Guanahani & Spa, St. Barths

St. Barths's only full-service resort is wedged on an isolated peninsula between two beaches, Marigot and Grand Cul de Sac. The fact that the latter—the... more


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Waimea Canyon
See + Do Waimea Canyon, Kauai

A drive through Waimea Canyon—nicknamed "the Grand Canyon of the Pacific"—is an ideal way to start off the day: Morning offers the best views of the... more

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See + Do Spa at Four Seasons Manele Bay, Lanai

Spa culture is huge in Hawaii—perhaps because there are so many native traditions and botanicals to draw upon—and an expected part of a five-star... more

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See + Do Positano, Amalfi Coast

Clinging improbably to the near-vertical coast about halfway between Amalfi and Sorrento, Positano is the best-known resort of the Costiera Amalfitana. Achingly... more

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See + Do Amalfi, Amalfi Coast

Amalfi, the town that gives the coastline its name, lies about halfway between Sorrento and Salerno. Its name is derived from that of the nymph, Amalfi, loved... more

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Le Sirenuse
Hotel Le Sirenuse, Amalfi Coast

After 50 years of being cherished and polished by its owners, the Marchese Sersale family (now into its second generation, with patriarch Franco's son Antonio... more


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