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North America

  • Long Branch: Luxury by the Sea – The REAL Jersey Shore

    Long Branch, New Jersey exudes sophistication and opulence in an elite group of New Jersey’s finest shore towns. Situated along the Atlantic coast, Long Branch delivers the trifecta: shopping, dinning, and luxury lifestyle. Whether spending the day or indulging in a weekend getaway, your Mimosa is waiting in your oceanfront suite.

  • Wynn Las Vegas

    Roll the dice, pull the lever and envision Elvis, Sinatra and Jimmy the Greek - you got it - we're in Vegas, baby! The celebrities may have changed, but the action and excitement is still there plus more.

  • The Old Mill: Egremont, Massachusetts

    The Old Mill has been a top rated restaurant in The Berkshires for over 30 years. The rustic simplistic elegance is exactly what you would expect from Chef-Owner Terry Moore. There is a contemporary New England cuisine here with so many special chef touches.

  • Washington D.C.: A place of history and luxury

    A stroll down the National Mall in Washington D.C. is captivating. Flowers bloom all around as children enjoy the smell of freshly cut grass. National landmarks surround the grand avenue sprinkled with museums and gardens. The Potomac River flows into the Tidal Basin surrounded by cherry blossom trees. This is the first sight many think of as Washington D.C., a powerful city filled with history. I know it as a city of opulence and splendor.

  • Luxury Patrol: New York

    NEW YORK, NEW YORK, is a hell of a town, the Bronx is up and the Battery down!

  • First Landing State Park: Virginia Beach, VA

    Sometimes first impressions are misleading. Such was the case with our visit to First Landing State Park in Virginia Beach. This is a huge campground with direct beach access, and lots of amenities to please everyone. However, the check-in process was so confounding that we nearly gave up.

  • Route 66 Acoma Indians

    Route 66 took us off the beaten path to discover the amazing Acoma Indians. Members of the Acoma tribe have continuously lived atop a 70-acre plateau called Sky City since 1000 A.D. That’s right- 500 years before Columbus hit our shores in 1492. Sky City is nearly 370 feet above the canyon floor in the desert of Western New Mexico. About 50 Acoma Indians now inhabit the once thriving Pueblo.

  • Pavilion Hotel: Santa Catalina Island, California

    If you like visiting the Mediterranean, you will LOVE coming to Catalina Island. Only 26 miles from the Long Beach pier, you arrive within one hour in the magical town of Avalon. If you have never been here, you must do yourself a favor and put it on your Bucket List. I'm always surprised to find that many people are unfamiliar with this destination. I attended a Film Festival there last year and had the opportunity to spend some time with Stan Lee (yes, THAT Stan Lee!) and learned that this was his first visit to the Island. He said he was coming back with his wife because he was so enamored with this place. He lives in L.A. and never took the time to come the 26 miles.

  • Yellowstone East Gate and Cody, Wyoming

    Last summer we arrived at Yellowstone National Park from the Grand Tetons via the picturesque South Gate. The approach from the south is an easy and enjoyable ride. This well-maintained road winds through a thick forest of slender Lodge Pole Pines, occasionally offering a view of lively streams and crystalline lakes.

  • Experiencing the Sublime at Haleakala Volcano

    Mark Twain called the sunrise on Haleakala Volcano, “The sublimest spectacle I’ve ever witnessed.” Hawaiians have been trekking up Haleakala to honor and celebrate the gods for hundreds of years. It was considered a sacred place, called wao akua, wilderness of the gods. Its eerie and otherworldly feel as the sun peaks over the rim and lights the crater below is an experience that you will always treasure.

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