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Relax in St. Barts

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A slice of paradise hidden in the Antilles, St. Barthélemy is merely 11 miles long and 2 miles wide. What it lacks in land mass, the island makes up in affluence. It’s everywhere—from the towering megayachts to luxury boutiques. Because the island is relatively unknown and difficult to get to without a private jet, St. Barts continues to attract celebrities, royalty, …

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Nantucket, Massachusetts

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A small island about 30 miles south of Cape Code, Massachusetts, Nantucket is one of the best environmental and architectural examples of an early 19th-century New England seaport town in the United States. The National Historic Landmark District was once the most prominent whaling port in the world with a harbor that buzzed with ships, cooperages, chandleries and crowded wharves. The …

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Acapulco, Mexico

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A deep bay that has served as an important port since Mexico’s colonial period, Acapulco de Juárez in Guerrero is the queen of the country’s beach resorts. Called the “Pearl of the Pacific” during its glory days when celebrities like Elvis Presley, Elizabeth Taylor and Frank Sinatra flocked to its beaches, Acapulco continues to offer the same charm and lively atmosphere …

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Golf Masters- Augusta, USA

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The Masters Tournament in Augusta, Georgia, isn’t until April 6, 2017, but now is the time to start planning your trip. At the time of publication, all 2017 Masters Tickets and patron-only Masters Series Badges for daily tournament rounds are sold-out. However, tickets for Practice Rounds may still be available. Alternatively, a club patron may chaperone your attendance, giving you a great …

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The Mardi Gras Experience

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As one of the most highly anticipated parties of the year, Carnival season and Mardi Gras make visiting New Orleans, Louisiana, nothing less than spectacular. When your private jet lands in New Orleans, your days will be packed with more parties, king cakes and parades than you could ever imagine. In 2017, Mardi Gras is on Tuesday, February 28, the perfect …

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Romantic Valentine’s Day Getaway

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An afternoon spent wandering the labyrinths of an ancient city. Sharing a blanket on a beach at sunset. An intimate table for two at a rooftop restaurant. A pampering accommodation. These moments create the perfect recipe for falling in love with the surroundings and the person with which they’re shared. To show your affection this Valentine’s Day, take your sweetheart …

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Moscow, Russia

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Crafted with splendor, Moscow is a merchant capital by birth with a cosmopolitan flavor that invites generous spenders. With sights that never cease to inspire, confound and delight, the iconic city has played a vital role in the development of Russia and the world with signs that continue to point to its previous life. The architectural gems, a vibrant arts …

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Costa Rica

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A small Central American country with soil so rich that wooden fence posts sprout branches, Costa Rica has a prominent place on every globetrotter’s map. The country’s laidback pura vida lifestyle enhances the miles of picture-perfect beaches on the Pacific and Caribbean coasts, rainforests teaming with wildlife and world-famous eco-resorts. With the combined size of Vermont and New Hampshire, the …

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Taipei, Taiwan

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A modern metropolis, Taipei is a multicultural oasis that fuses Chinese culture with southeast Asian, Japanese, and American influences. As the capital of the Republic of China, or Taiwan, the 300-year-old city in an ancient lakebed is like a museum that encourages wandering and exploring. Temples hum with Taoist prayers. Villas and barracks were transformed into shops and museums. Good …

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London, England

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Strategically in southern east end of Great British island, standing on the River Thames, London is ancient to the core. Settled by early humans hundreds of years before the Romans founded it around the year AD 43, the capital city retains its medieval boundaries and status as an international leader in arts, finance, commerce, education, entertainment, fashion, tourism, transportation and …