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by Paul Thompson Southwest Airlines introduced a brand new aircraft type to its fleet this week — the Boeing 737 MAX-8. For those of you who have flown on Southwest, you’re already pretty familiar with the 737, which has been Southwest’s primary aircraft for 46 years. At first glance, it...
by Fiona Tapp The chic boutique hotel FOUND:RE close to the art hub Roosevelt Row, in Phoenix is about to celebrate its first birthday and considering this place is the epitome of “cool” I am betting it will be one hell of a party. First impressions are everything, at FOUND:RE you...
Hotel Review The Wall House
by Shanna F. Jones Deep in the heart of Amish country in Ohio’s farmlands, the Wallhouse Hotel stands out against the landscape. Modern decor, technologically advanced facilities and contemporary comfort, the Wallhouse is not your typical Amish country lodgings by any means. Situated in the quaint village of Walnut Creek,...
Jam
by Elizabeth Rushe London Borough of Jam is a jam range and charming shop run by Lillie O’Brien. Originally from Melbourne, Lillie is a pastry chef who has been running her own jam business (jelly for US folks) since 2011. LBJ handmade jams are locally produced preserves in Hackney, London,...
Amanda Cushman
by Melissa Corbin    Malcolm Gladwell refers to folks who know a lot of other folks as “connectors” in his 2000 best-seller, Tipping Point. If asked who do Hugo Boss, Martha Stewart and Neil Patrick Harris have in common, you’d be hard pressed to come up with a better connector...
Hyatt Regency Downtown Cleveland
by Shanna F. Jones Situated in the heart of downtown Cleveland the Regency Hyatt forms part of The Arcade. A stunningly beautiful ornate historic building with grand sweeping staircases and an 85 foot high glass ceiling make The Arcade a must-see on a trip to Cleveland. Boutique shops, cafes and...
Large Peacock
by Elizabeth Rushe One of the best things you can do when visiting Berlin is take a trip out to Pfaueninsel - Peacock Island. Peacock island has an ancient and colourful history - with evidence of settlers dating back over 2.500 years ago, but a more recent and raunchier past...
NARUIsland
Have you ever asked yourself those questions that only Google could answer? Well, we turned to the query bar and asked a few of our team's nagging queries. You can imagine the roundtable remarks when we decided to dub this piece "smallest and shortest" of course. You know what...
British Airways
by Paul Thompson What comes to your mind when you think of British Airways? Is it the historic Concorde, First Class, and attentive service? All three of those would be correct, but what about trans-Atlantic service to cities in mid-America? That would be accurate as well. This week, British Airways...
A Foodie In Mykonos
This June I travelled to Greece, and one stop was the island of Mykonos. Dubbed the “party isle,” I was actually looking to explore it for what my European friends call it, the “foodie isle.” Due to the jet set, who happily make it home for months at a time...
Maine Light Houses
For National Lighthouse Day, we thought it would be fun to list some unique lighthouse accommodations where travelers can stay. Here is a list of just a few to choose from. There are several options in many US states. Make sure to check out the US Lighthouse Society link at the...
kandima
by Shanna F. Jones Since it became a tourist destination in the 1970s the Maldives has made a name for itself as being the ultimate honeymoon destination. The country is made up of 26 atolls and each resort is situated on its own private island, all of which have varying...
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