Take a look at some fantastic book choices for your summer beach reads, including “Edcuated” by Tara Westover and “Maid” by Stephanie Land.School is almost over, summer vacations are booked, and it’s time to break out the bathing suits.It’s also time to start looking for those summer beach reads.Before you think it’s time to take a break from the world and all of its hardships, hear me out. Disengaging from the world can make the world worse. Huddling in our separate bunkers keeps us separate, and living in bunkers, as “Educated” author Tara Westhoverknows well, isn’t a good way to live.
Yes, San Francisco is lovely but the Bay Area boasts a bounty of other great things to see too.
The Bay Area is more than just San Francisco. It’s a dynamic swath of California that happens to be loaded with amazing things to see and do – from coastal town to historic mountain hamlets to romantic wine country. So much so you may not want to come back to the city. Here are seven things to do outside of San Francisco.
The best thing about Las Vegas is that there’s something lavish for everyone. Whatever it is that you’re into, the city’s got you covered—whether it’s gambling, food, nightlife, cannabis, shopping, the outdoors, sports, or out-of-this-world entertainment. It’s just the kind of place that accommodates any and all interests—particularly all the best vices. And its many (predominantly massive) themed hotels reflect just that. Here are six sure bets.
The modern hotel is derivative of the 17th-century inn. The medieval hotels manifested in European culture as a means to provided temporary shelter to traveling nomads. Since this conception, many hotels have come and gone, though some of them are still holding fast to their grounds. All around the world, the bones of former hotels lay abandoned with nothing but eerie remnants of their former glory. The sight of these places gives off a creepy essence, with only the imagination to give way to what may have happened in the halls of these hotels.
While Instagram might prefer the selfie-fodder of the Maldives’ overwater bures, a handful of luxe new openings (and the far shorter flight time) means that blissing out in Fiji—a tropical archipelago of more than 300 islands—should be on top of your travel wishlist. Here are four ways to do it.Source: 4 Best Hotels In Fiji 2019
Hanoi’s chequered history has created a beautiful mess of contrasting neighbourhoods. There’s the labyrinthine Old Quarter; tree-studded French Quarter; lake-filled Tay Ho District; and the glistening modernity of the rapidly developing Westside precincts.
Fortunately, accommodation options are spread throughout the city so you can pair your personality with the neighbourhood. From boutique charm squeezed into the Old City, to spacious modern creations from award-winning architects, there’s an option for all tastes.
Here are the best hotels in Hanoi.
Source: 9 of the best hotels in Hanoi
The all-American road trip has been a great way to explore the country since the early 1900s, with certain routes becoming iconic vacations for seeing landmarks, visiting cities, and simply enjoying the open road.
But what does modern data tell us about the true appeal of these journeys? Geotab has used review ratings, traffic data and a country-wide survey to score 50 classic routes.
Source: Road Trip Ratings
Here are some of the best restaurants, inns and a very special supperclub not to miss on a trip to the island. Mara Fish Bar and Deli (Corrie, Shore road, Isle of Arran KA27 8JB) Mara Fish Bar and Deli is a fancy seafood takeaway that uses the best of Arran and Scotland’s seafood …
The Isle of Arran has amazing scenery and spectacular food to boot.
Here are some of the best restaurants, inns and a very special supperclub not to miss on a trip to the island.
In Montreal, some of the places where you’ll find the most delicious food also happen to be the quickest. From chopped salads downtown at Foodchain to Thai comfort food at Little Italy’s Epicerie Pumpui, these restaurants prove that fast food doesn’t have to mean junk food.
Source: The Finest Fast Food in Montreal
The much-quoted adage that Britain had an “empire on which the sun never sets” is generally attributed to the Scottish author John Wilson – writing for the monthly periodical Blackwood’s Magazine in 1829 under the pseudonym “Christopher North”.
It was a statement which chimed with the times, neatly encapsulating the sheer size of a realm that spread its arms all the way west into the open spaces of Canada, all the way south to the furthest peripheries of the African continent, south-east into Australasia, and east into the ports and islands of China, Malaysia, India, Bangladesh and Pakistan.