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The NY Times Travel Show Comes to Javits Center

The 2018 New York Times Travel Show will take place at the Javits Center from January 26 through January 28. The show will feature travel destinations from all over the world, seminars, foods and cultural exhibits. Celebrating its 15th year, the show is a must attend for travel professionals, media and travel

Winter in Québec

The Québécois have a saying: “There’s no such thing as bad weather; There are only bad clothes” With this in mind, pack your best winter gear and embrace the magic white season in Canada’s Québec province. Here are some ideas: Take part in the Québec Winter Carnival and celebrate the season with slides, snow

Riviera Nayarit Celebrates its 10 year anniverary

Mexico’s Riviera Nayarit is celebrating its 10th anniversary. The development began with a 5 mile stretch of resorts north of the Puerto Vallarta International Airport and grew to 192 miles of spectacular beaches with world class resorts that attract visitors and celebrities from around the globe. Riviera Nayarit is home to

U by Uniworld, river cruises for millenials

U by Uniworld, offers the first-ever river cruise experience for millenials. Its first ship, The B, is sailing the rivers of Europe offering sophisticated experiences and sightseeing for the 21-45 age group. The ship boasts two rooftop venues, a spa, mixologists, international DJ’s, communal dining and farm-to-table cuisine. It also uses WhatsApp

SILVERSEA’S SILVER CLOUD is ready for the Arctic

Silversea’s Silver Cloud has completed an extensive two-month refurbishment at a total investment of over $40 million to become an ice class expedition vessel. The ship has undergone comprehensive enhancements including extensive steel reinforcements, new sonars for underwater detection and new windows resistant to polar temperatures. The ship can carry 254 passengers

LanternAsia comes to Norfolk Botanical Garden in March 2018

LanternAsia, a stunning exhibit of illuminated works of art returns to the Botanical Garden in Norfolk Virginia. It is an installation of magically lit pieces crafted from silk, steel and other eco-friendly materials. These mystical works are representative of Asian themes including folklore, architecture, nature and wildlife. One of the highlights

Vermont Ski and Snowboard trends for 2017-2018

Are you ready for the ski season? Here are the main trends as published by Ski Vermont FAMILY ACTIVITIES Bromley Mountain Resort Kid’s fun is the focus at Bromley. Bromley has reworked their snow park for smaller statures, with a progressive flow that keeps kids jumping and spinning safely. The après options include

Kulm Hotel, St. Moritz is Hotel of the Year for 2018

Kulm Hotel St. Moritz in Swtzerland was awarded the prestigious “Hotel of the Year 2018,” by Gault & Millau. Kulm Hotel was praised by the judges for its exceptional culinary offerings, striking rooms designed by Pierre-Yves Rochon, stunning location with breath-taking views of the Engadine Valley and its spectacular modern spa. Gault

Antigua and Barbuda Bring English Harbor to Sag Harbor

Antigua and Barbuda sponsored several events in the Hamptons that brought “English Harbour to Sag Harbor” to increase the visibility of this Caribbean nation. Sag Harbor is a sailing community, as is English Harbour in Antigua and Barbuda, the host of Caribbean’s exciting regatta, Antigua Sailing Week. Antigua and Barbuda hosted a