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The Cheapest Places to Travel for Each Month of the Year
Happy New Year! According to Travel+Leisure, here is your month-by-month guide for great vacation deals in 2016. January: Los Angeles You can save 33 percent on hotels in the city of angels this month, when the nightly average rate for four-star properties dips down to $212—the lowest all year. Spend the leftover cash on hot restaurants, like Trois Familia (by Ludo Lefebvre and the guys from Animal) or Otium, an ambitious new spot…Read More
Four Cities That Celebrate New Year’s Eve in a Big Way
New Year’s Eve is undoubtedly the ultimate reason to give a party, and although many cities in the United States have celebrations, a handful are favorite Dec. 31 destinations. Below are some tried-and-true — and lesser-known — fetes in four cities where ringing in the new year is a major occasion. New York City Times Square continues to be the hottest place in New York to be on New Year’s Eve: More than one…Read More
12 of the Best Hotels for Those Who Love the Great Outdoors
In a world saturated with “Best Of” lists and the need to find the biggest, baddest spot for your next vacation, some resorts dubbed best-in-class were chosen by people who have nothing in common with you. If you live and breathe for the great outdoors, adventure around every corner, and the ability to make your next vacation truly one of your dreams — including private hunting access and a top-notch whiskey selection —…Read More
20 Ideas for the Perfect Romantic Fall Getaway
“Of all the reasons we could have been swept away at Post Ranch Inn—the setting among primordial redwoods, the house-cured salmon at breakfast, the morning yoga classes in a yurt—it was the privacy that made it an ideal romantic destination,” says Christiana Roussel, an Alabama-based food writer. She and her husband stayed in one of the secluded cottages, with a view of Big Sur, CA, from their outdoor hot…Read More