Business Trip Essentials

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The last thing you want to do during a business trip is to spend your free time hunting down the item you forgot to pack instead of exploring the corners of your destination. Unless you travel so much that packing is routine, remembering what to take with you on a trip may seem like a struggle. When you’re always surrounded …

Kyoto, Japan

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If colorful shrines, peaceful temples, kimonos, and tranquil gardens come to mind when you think of Japan, you might be imagining Kyoto. Once Japan’s cultural and political center for 1,100 years, the former imperial capital is home to 2,000 temples and shrines and 17 historical sites. From soaking in an onsen to participating in a traditional tea ceremony, Kyoto is …

Best International Destinations for Conferences

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Conferences are great for learning the latest about your trade and meeting like-minded professionals. They also boost the economy of the hosting city. Not all international locations, however, are appealing or equipped to accommodate the influx of visitors. When planning your conference schedule, consider chartering a flight to these top locations to make the most of your time as you …

Catch the Best Fireworks at These Destinations

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There’s nothing more American than a big fireworks display on the Fourth of July. Independence Day is the nation’s big birthday party, and everyone’s invited. While you don’t have to travel far to see the explosions of color in the night sky in most parts of the United States, some fireworks displays stand out above the rest. Book a chartered …

Cities to Visit for Music Lovers

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Traveling awakens the senses. In addition to choosing a destination for the things you can see and taste, consider those that also make your toes tap and head bob. According to the Harvard Medical School, music may enhance mental performance, reduce stress, and help you feel happier and more energetic—all good things when you’re on a trip. As you add …

Father’s Day Gift of Experience

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Father’s Day falls on the third Sunday of June. While a family get-together and big meal on a special day can make for a wonderful occasion, consider giving Dad a different experience this year—one he’ll never forget. Curated experiential luxury experiences are an indulge treat only limited by the imagination. Here are a few ideas for the ultimate adventure with …

Top Steakhouses in the World

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When cooked correctly, a good slab of beef can make for one of the most enjoyable meals. The quest for a perfectly marbled, exquisitely seared steak can be just as exciting. From cooking temperatures to how the cows were treated to seasonings, there are a variety of factors that go into a mouthwatering slice of meat. While there are dozens …

Must-See Architectural Landmarks

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“Architecture is… the substance from which country, culture, city, and identity are formed.” –Philip Jodidio Travel is one of the few things you can buy that will make you richer. One of the greatest joys of traveling is immersing yourself in the local culture. Architectural landmarks are infused with a destination’s flair, withstanding the test of time to teach about …

Where to Eat When You Land in London (IATA: LTN)

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Once upon a time, British food had a bad reputation for being bland, dull and greasy. Historians credit this to World War I when the highly skilled cooks who prepared advanced cuisines for their middle- and upper-class employers were recruited to fight. Many never came home. At the same time, the ingredients needed to make delicious, complex, time-consuming dishes were …

48 Hours in Iceland

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When visiting Europe, extend your trip by a couple of days for a quick tour of Iceland. From London, it’s less than three hours away in a private jet—perfect for a unique getaway. Because the island is only 139 miles long and 233 miles wide, you can pack a lot into those 48 hours. As you explore these ideas for …