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Chris Blecha is an email marketing specialist who loves to spend his free time gallivanting about the world.

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Newseum :: Washington D.C.

August 25, 2011 by  
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The Newseum in Washington, D.C. in an interesting concept: a museum solely devoted to the news and how it’s made. Unlike most of the museums in Washington, D.C. including the Smithsonian, the Newseum isn’t free. A pass good for two consecutive days costs $21.95 for an adult. Nevertheless, the Newseum is well worth a visit. Read more

The Guinness Storehouse :: Dublin, Ireland

August 24, 2011 by  
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Located in the St. James’s Gate Brewery in Dublin, Ireland, the Guinness Storehouse has welcomed millions of visitors since opening in 2000. It is situated within a building that was constructed in 1904. The Storehouse pays homage to the history of Guinness, the country’s most famous beer. Read more

Wynn Hotel and Casino :: Las Vegas, Nevada

March 23, 2011 by  
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Reserve a Room at Shanti Maurice in Mauritius

Since opening to the public April 28, 2005, the Wynn Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas has been a premier destination for luxury seekers everywhere. With 2716 guest rooms and suites, 22 signature restaurants, a full service spa, car dealership and exclusive shopping promenade, the Wynn Hotel and Casino has earned a spot as one of the most distinctive destinations Las Vegas has to offer. Read more

Palacio de Sal :: Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

September 1, 2010 by  
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Built out of salt blocks, the amazing Palacio de Sal (Palace of Salt to us English folks) is located at the edge of the Salar de Uyuni, the world’s largest salt flat. The Salar de Uyuni has long been a popular tourist attraction for travelers around the world. Due to the scarcity of construction materials in the area the hotel was created out of the one material that is plentiful in area. The first hotel was built between 1993 and 1995 and soon became a popular tourist destination featuring 12 double rooms, a common bath and no shower. Due to its original location in the center of a desert there were various sanitary and environmental issues that cause the hotel to be dismantled in 2002. Read more

Pelican Hill :: Newport Beach, California

August 30, 2010 by  
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A vacation to the sapphire blue waters of the Mediterranean is often out of reach for the majority of wannabe travelers. Luckily the good ol’ US of A offers a getaway retreat in beautiful southern California that will instantly bring your mind to the gorgeous stretches of the classic European holiday destination. Part of the region known as America’s Riviera, the Resort at Pelican Hill in Newport Coast, California is designed to reflect the grand Renaissance style Mediterranean sea side towns and delivers the same relaxed air with a hefty dose of luxury. With your choice of over 200 Bungalow suites and 128 villas, a world class golf course, and a westerly ocean view that is simply unrivaled; Pelican Hill will pamper and indulge your every need. Read more

Shanti Maurice :: Mauritius

August 17, 2010 by  
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Reserve a Room at Shanti Maurice in Mauritius

Most dream vacations start with visions of exotic locales or escaping to several days of golf, tennis, kayaking, massages, and picnics. Well, hidden away on the island oasis of Mauritius is the fantastic spa resort of Shanti Maurice. Designed by architect Jean-Marc Eynaud, designer Chandu Chhada, and landscape architect Bill Bensley, this 32 acre paradise offers everything you could possibly envision for the perfect get away. The moment you step on to the property, an overwhelming sense of calm washes over you. This is due not only to the naturally tranquil setting of the warm white sand beaches with their cyan waters but also the holistically spiritual environment specifically created to lull travelers into a state of utter peace and contentment. Read more

Kumbuk River Resort :: Buttala, Sri Lanka

August 9, 2010 by  
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Nestled in a 16 acre oasis in Buttala, Sri Lanka is a truly unique hotel, the Kumbuk River Resort. This unique eco-lodge is known around the world for a large two story primary villa that is built in the shape of an elephant. This amazing eco-friendly destination is located on the edge of Yala, Sri Lanka’s most famous wildlife sanctuary. Take in the beautiful surroundings in this extremely private environment that allows guests to become one with nature. With a maximum of ten guests staying at the resort at any one time they are able to provide you with a once in a lifetime adventure while keeping true to their high ecological standards. Read more

Seven Stars Galleria :: Milan, Italy

August 6, 2010 by  
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Milan, Italy is home to the first of three current self proclaimed seven star hotels in the world, the Seven Stars Galleria (also known as the Town House Galleria). Located in the heart of the city, this unique and prestigious luxury hotel provides guests with the highest level of service and is the only hotel inside the historic “Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II”. Built in 1876, this remarkable landmark features amazing architecture from extraordinary hand painted vaulted ceilings to large shuttered windows, all preserved and restored to provide guests with one of the most unique environments you can find. Prepare to have your every desire fulfilled and immerse yourself into this historic setting. Read more