San Jose, CA

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The cultural, political and economic capital of California’s Silicon Valley, San José was the first city founded in the Californias and the state’s first capital. After World War II, the city experienced an economic boom and rapid rise in population. The once-agricultural center became an urbanized metropolitan area with the fast growth of the electronics and high-technology industries. As a …

Greatest Symphonies in the US

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Music is a universal language that transcends time. As an intrinsic element of culture, it has had an enduring effect on lives and societies. Music has served a number of roles such as binding communities together, reaffirming values and philosophies, retelling oral histories, and being an emotional outlet. Music is essential to social and emotional interactions. It’s essential to being …

Teterboro, NJ

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Incorporated in 1917 from neighboring lands, Teterboro was named after Walter Teter, who purchased the marshland and reclaimed it to build a golf course, racetrack, and airport. “The Gem of Bergen County” is the fourth-smallest municipality by population in the state of New Jersey. In 2010, the borough’s population was 67, reflecting a 272 percent increase from the year 2000. …

Top Scenic Hikes in the World

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Humans eagerly go to great lengths for an adventure. While you travel vast distances across the world on a private jet, there’s no better way to see it than up close. When you hike, you wander with a purpose. While it isn’t possible to squeeze all the world’s beautiful treks into a single post, here are some ideas to explore …

Las Vegas, NV

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There’s more to Las Vegas than its famous Strip or reputation as Sin City. It’s a city that’s rich in history with a revitalized downtown that’s attracting entrepreneurs, artists, and startups alike. Las Vegas (Spanish for “The Meadows”) is Nevada’s leading cultural, financial and commercial center, as well as the “Entertainment Capital of the World.” While it’s one of the …

Top International Cities to Extend Your Business Trip

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Global travel reached an all-time high in 2017, and 2018 is shaping up to be an equally impressive year. As one of the world’s largest industries, tourism and travel contribute trillions of dollars to the global economy. When you fly into international cities on a private jet, you’ll find that some facilitate play and productivity better than others. The ones …

Petaluma, CA

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A riverside town just 32 miles north of San Francisco, Petaluma is in the North Bay region and California’s famed Sonoma County. Once known as the “egg basket of the world” because of its bustling egg industry, the city is now a foodie haven. Many call the wine country location home because of its prime location, peaceful setting, and amazing …

Labor Day Destinations

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Honoring the American labor movement, Labor Day marks the unofficial end of summer. Get in one last hurrah with a trip to a city that has made major contributions in regard to knowledge, productivity, innovation and the economy. When you charter a flight to one of the following destinations, you’ll notice how hundreds of years of geographic, demographic, religious, political …

Oakland, CA

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Located across the bridge from San Francisco, Oakland, California, or “the East Bay,” is one of the most diverse cities in the country. It’s also one of the largest port cities in the country. Oakland is known for its Earth-friendly practices, its history of political activism, and recent cultural renaissance, making it a great destination to visit and live. What …

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 …