By Everett Potter I’ve been a big fan of Clothing Arts for a couple of years, ever since I had a chance to “test drive” their Pickpocket Proof Pants on a trip to Namibia a few years ago. Whether it was desert in all its varied forms, dust like you

Temple of Poseidon

Story & photos by Gerrie Summers The Mediterranean is one of my favorite destinations, so I was in heaven, or perhaps I should say in a celestial place, when I spent seven days cruising in Greece and Turkey with Celestyal Cruises. I experienced two itineraries, the 3-Day Iconic Aegean cruise


By Everett Potter Luxury gets a serious upgrade this winter with the opening of The Towers at Pacifica, a remarkable resort-within-a-resort that’s set within Los Cabos’ Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Golf & Spa Resort, a luxury all-inclusive resort. In fact, we’re giving away a three-night stay at this brand new all-inclusive.

The Towers at Pacifica

We’ve partnered with Pueblo Bonito Pacifica  Golf & Spa Resort to give away an amazing three night stay for two guests at The Towers at Pacifica. This is a new luxury resort-within-a-resort at Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Golf & Spa Resort, an all-inclusive resort that’s just a few minutes’ drive from

Patio at Artisan Restaurant, The Delamar Southport, CT

By Jeanne Muchnick Every now and then a gal needs a king-sized bed, a duvet so fluffy you can sink into it, and a staycation that feels like you’ve truly gotten away. The Delamar Southport, with its attention to detail and New England charm, knows how to pamper. No matter


By Ann Abel There are more than a dozen reasons to love Lisbon, of course. Lately the city’s safety and good value—it’s Western Europe’s least expensive capital—have been winning a lot of hearts. But its appeal goes far deeper: narrow cobblestone streets ascending the city’s many hills, historic architecture, beautiful


By Steve Jermanok When Brit Mark Lawson followed his South African-born wife, Gaynor, to Cape Town, the avid cyclist was surprised that there was no reputable bike outfitter in the region. In 2009, he opened Cycle the Cape, offering day and multi-day jaunts to the Cape of Good Hope, the Garden


Story & photos by Julie Snyder As if on cue, the glacier emitted a deep rumble and then calved an enormous slab of blue ice into the waters of Tracy Arm. We’d slowly dodged icebergs, bergy bits (small icebergs) and growlers (even smaller) for several hours before coming face to



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