Passports will be on vacation for the next two weeks of vacation. But by January 6th, it’s back to tawny, rested and ready to go.
The coolest restaurants to try in 2023
It’s never too early to start booking restaurants for next year. To whet your appetite, longtime travel editor Anne Abel surveyed where food and travel experts are planning to eat.Jean Georges Philadelphia (above) to Bangkok’s Haoma Until then, here are 10 cool restaurants to try in 2023.
10 tips for first-time cruise travelers
Despite the devastating impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, cruising has rebounded significantly to pre-2020 levels, with some countries setting new cruise records. Cruising is a relatively simple travel concept, but for those who have never set foot in a floating city, it can be intimidating. Here are his 10 tips for first-time cruise travelers.
This Romantic Destination Banned Extramarital Sex — Even For Tourists
There are many reasons to plan a romantic getaway to Bali, the 4th most popular destination in 2022 according to TripAdvisor’s Travelers’ Choice Awards, but don’t let it get too hot unless you say ‘I do’. please. Earlier this month, Indonesia’s parliament passed a law making extramarital sex a one-year prison sentence. The law applies to both citizens and tourists, but it is unclear how the law will be enforced. Keep the noise down in your hotel room or save Bali for your honeymoon.
“In my sex fantasies, no one really loves me.”
It’s that time of year to expect travel delays, cancellations, and other holiday headaches. Here are his five tips for making your vacation trip as stress-free as possible.
This private deep-sea submarine has private dining and a minibar
Personal submarines may be a luxury item, but most of them cost around $3 million to $50 million, but one thing they usually don’t offer is space. That could change with Triton’s new concept submersible unveiled at this year’s Monaco Yacht Show. Triton’s Project Hercules (created in collaboration with Dark Ocean Design and EspenØino International) can be submerged in 200 meters of water, and her top speed can reach 8 knots. But its innovative interior has more in common with Private Her Jet than with conventional submersibles. Hercules is her two-seater and has some attractive options, such as a day bed, “private dining” area and mini bar. But it’s probably not wise to drink and dive.
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