For those clutching their pearls, worrying that the renovations will change their beloved Ritz, don’t worry. It’s still the same old place—just much, much better.
To enjoy the bounty of Canada’s Atlantic provinces, good accommodations are required—fortunately, the East Coast offers lodgings as luxurious as they are hospitable.
To reach semi-remote Mendocino, you head north from San Francisco for three and a half hours, driving on a highway that eventually shrinks to a two-lane road. The drive feels very much like rewinding to a different time; the destination does too.
The Garden of Ninfa is, in a word, elusive. Tucked away at the foot of the Lepini hills to the south of Rome, the garden opens to outsiders on a handful of days each year, and even then, only under the watchful eye of a guide.
At the RM Sotheby’s Auction during Monterey Car Week, four cars from the Carroll Hall Shelby Trust will be offered for sale—including the CSX 2000, the first Shelby Cobra ever produced.
Travel company Adventure Canada has tapped into the sweet spot between luxury cruising and adventure tourism with their 13-day Heart of the Arctic expedition.
Astro-tourism, remote by nature, provides travellers with what they cannot find at home; on an average, clear night, a city dweller may see 500 stars, while some 15,000 visibly speckle a truly dark sky.
The Conservatorium Hotel, a melding of ancient and ultra-modern, falls not far short of perfect.
Oahu is known for its North Shore, which is home to the “seven-mile miracle” of legendary coastline and surf. Turtle Bay Resort sits on the northernmost point, less than an hour’s drive from the airport and a far cry from the bright lights and bustling beaches of Honolulu.