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A $1.5 billion expansion to the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood will open on October 24 and promises to make the location a premiere destination for world-travelers.  The centerpiece of the expansion is the Hard Rock's giant, iconic guitar-shaped hotel. The building is the world's first of ...
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By Danielle Charbonneau Some of the best advice I was ever given is, “If you live like a tourist in your own town, you’ll never get bored.” I have found this advice to be remarkably true. As an adventurer by heart and a columnist covering fun things to do in ...

By Danielle Charbonneau Some of the best advice I was ever given is, “If you live like a tourist in your own town, you’ll never get bored.” I have found this advice to be remarkably true. As an adventurer by heart and a columnist covering fun things to do in ...

By Danielle Charbonneau Some of the best advice I was ever given is, “If you live like a tourist in your own town, you’ll never get bored.” I have found this advice to be remarkably true. As an adventurer by heart and a columnist covering fun things to do in ...

By Danielle Charbonneau & Richard Rosser Only a three and a half hour plane ride from Fort Lauderdale exists a bustling urban metropolis at the base of a picturesque green mountain. At over 8,000 feet in elevation, Bogotá sits high. Its historic urban center feels European — small alleys, Spanish colonial ...

BY DEREK ULBRICH Your native guides, using their wooden push poles, steady the dug-out canoe next to the stream’s bank. You jump out onto a long, moss-covered boulder, fly rod in hand, and scramble upstream. Your guide is ahead of you, elevated on another mossy rock. He is squatting, with ...

Photos & Story By Baris von Coburg St. Augustine: the oldest city in the United States. Traveling through this marvelously historic city is a journey through time and history — going back to the earliest beginnings of the discovery of America and the very first footsteps of Europeans on the ...

By Susan Rosser Details. Details. It was clear from the moment my husband Richard and I entered the aptly-named Plunge Beach Hotel, that no detail was too small for its creators to consider. In fact, what separates Plunge from the hyper-competitive beach hotel market are the smaller things that make ...