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Old World Elegance at Quinta Las Acacias
Dec 3, 2014
Built in the 19th century as a French-style mansion, Quinta Las Acacias is the picture of old-world elegance – mixing European antiques with colorful Mexican touches and hospitality. A member of Mexico Boutique Hotels, it sits on a leafy cobblestone street...
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Fabulous Fort Lauderdale
Dec 13, 2014
It may be smaller than neighbouring Miami Beach, but don’t ever make the mistake of thinking Fort Lauderdale lives in anyone’s shadow. This dynamic port city has a vibe all its own and a well-deserved place in the cruise visitor’s...
A Riverwalk Runs Through It
Dec 12, 2014
It all started one June night in 1691 when Domingo Teran de los Rios, first Governor of the new Province of Texas, was camping with his missionary friend, Father Damian Massanet, at a rancheria of Payaya Indians. As the two...
All Aboard The Rocky Mountaineer
Dec 7, 2014
Canada is a nation linked by a ribbon of rails, first envisioned by Sir John A. Macdonald – and there’s no better way to experience the magic of his dream than by climbing aboard the Rocky Mountaineer. Although there are several...
Wonder Where the Lions Are?
Nov 27, 2014
Get up close (real close) to the Big Five – leopards, elephants, buffalos, rhinos and majestic lions – on a South African safari in Sabi Sand Game Reserve. The lions are bullet-fast. “Hang on!” yells our safari guide, Pierre Mouton.
Sandals Looking Forward to $100 Million Year in 2015!
Nov 24, 2014
Our editor-in-chief Liz Fleming attended a gala luncheon event held last week at NYC’s über chic Glass Houses on W. 25th Street, where Sandals CEO Adam Stewart had several ground-breaking announcements to share. As the crowd raised glasses in a...
Hotels & Resorts
San Miguel De Allende: A fairy-tale town
Nov 23, 2014
A UNESCO-listed colonial center. Fascinating museums and a thriving arts scene. Magical rooftop bars for drinking in the sunsets. Is this the world’s best city? The old-fashioned trolley rumbles along San Miguel de Allende’s cobblestone streets. “Look through those open doors!”...
An Insider’s Tour of St. James’s
Nov 19, 2014
In our January issue of CATL we will be focusing a great deal of our content on the British Isles and have special features on London and some great hotels there, a visit to Wales, a Trafalgar Tours coach tour...
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A Study in Black and White: Preserving the Pandas
Nov 17, 2014
At the heart of the Chinese city of Chengdu is a stunning wildlife preserve with inhabitants so rare and so compelling, you’ll feel privileged simply to have seen them. What’s not to love about giant pandas? Huge balls of soft black and...
To the Ends of the Earth: The Island Nation of The Maldives Beckons
Nov 15, 2014
Admit it. You’ve thought about stealing away to a deserted island in the tropics once or twice. You’d happily trade in your smartphone for a hammock strung between two palm trees. You’d even embrace the morning commute to the beach,
Falling For Florence
Nov 13, 2014
There’s a lot to be said for the creative power of guilt. Look at Florence. And really…who wouldn’t want to look at Florence? A city built for strolling, Florence’s myriad narrow, winding streets open up into beautiful squares, punctuated by stunning...
One & Only Reethi Rah - Maldives
Nov 5, 2014
Upon landing at Ibrahim Nasir International Airport in the Maldives—a country of a thousand tiny islands in the middle of the Indian Ocean—you’ll face a dilemma: should you opt for a seaplane transfer to One&Only Reethi Rah in the North...
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The Golden Land
Nov 3, 2014
Once difficult to visit, Burma is opening the doors to its ancient history, glittering temples and mysterious rituals, making it the highlight of a Southeast Asia cruise. “This is the boat that brings you to paradise,” said Thi Thi, our guide,
The Imperial, New Delhi
Nov 1, 2014
The name says it all. Built in the early 1930s in a mix of Art Deco and Colonial architecture, the Imperial was once the center of British Empire social and political life, the place where Mahatma Gandhi and Jahwaharlal Nehru...
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Arctic Fever
Oct 28, 2014
There are moments in your life when you realize just how tiny your role is in Nature’s grand scheme. It was in the vast expanse of the Canadian arctic that I realized my own insignificance. As a gargantuan breath filled the...
Punta Cana - Luxury Waiting to be Discovered
Oct 16, 2014
Sometimes you find the best things when you aren’t looking. Christopher Columbus was on a quest for Queen Isabella of Spain when he stumbled upon Punta Cana’s spectacular beaches. Because Christopher was looking for spices not beaches, he had to push...
Bermuda Beckons
Sep 30, 2014
Bermuda’s celebrated shorts aren’t the only things that attract visitors to this tiny island paradise. The country also boasts the highest concentration of golf courses in the world, the world’s best wreck diving and 34 spectacular pink-sand beaches. After vacationing on...
The Rosewood Hotel Georgia Vancouver
Jun 5, 2014
Legendary glamour meets modern elegance Elegant, glamorous and iconic - this is the Rosewood Hotel Georgia in the heart of downtown Vancouver. An ageless beauty, the hotel which dates back to the 1920’s, emerged gloriously from a five-year, $120 million total...
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Around Every Corner: Discovering the Warmest Welcomes in New England
Jun 5, 2014
Take to the road in New England to discover not only fascinating sights and scenery but also charming historic hotels, fascinating inns and rustic hideaways so beautiful you might never want to leave. There’s nothing quite as exhilarating as heading out...
Wine Country New Zealand
Jun 1, 2014
The temperature, climate and long sunshine hours that combine to produce stunning wines also make touring one of the world’s youngest and most exciting wine regions a memorable experience. Think New Zealand…it’s the only place in the world where you can...
Tempted by Tuscany
Jun 1, 2014
When eight friends decide to share an ancient villa for a holiday under the Tuscan sun, the result is an experience too delightful and delectably memorable to be forgotten. The first night in our 500 year-old Italian villa began with this...
Savoring Australia's Delectable South Coast
Jun 1, 2014
It’s hard to imagine it was thirty years ago when Australian celebrity Paul Hogan (aka Crocodile Dundee) invited us all to “Come and say G’day – I’ll slip an extra shrimp on the barbie for you". The 1984 television commercial was...
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