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There is no place quite like Hong Kong. This eastern oasis boasts a remarkable density of restaurants, ranging from little known hole-in-the-wall jewels to top Michelin-starred establishments where reservations must be made weeks in advance. Hong Kong’s unique position as an independently governed city-state within China has allowed it to develop a distinct culture, cuisine, … More
Just a stone’s throw from the Mexican border, California’s sunny city of San Diego has tacos and tequila down pat. Head Downtown with us as we hit Barrio Logan, the Gaslamp Quarter, Little Italy and East Village, and guzzle the best Mexican grub and tequila the area has to offer.
Australia has more than a few national parks that merit world-class status and, indeed, a disproportionate number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. It takes some work and effort, then, to uncover the best hidden gems of the lot – those national parks that deserve a little more attention from domestic and international tourists alike.
Call it what you want. March break, Mid-Term Break, study week or, if you are so inclined, pizza break. Every country, it seems, has its own version of Spring Break. So while those of us below the equator bid summer farewell, the Northern Hemisphere, and North America especially, is pleading, with desperate impatience, for a … More
The 85th Academy Awards take place this Sunday, February 24 and the big question on everyone’s minds – other than whether host Seth MacFarlane will out-offensive Ricky Gervais – is: where the party at? We, so in the know as usual, may just have a few ideas. With that, discover twelve top L.A. hot spots … More
Development snafus have cost some of the world’s most gaudy museum projects, such as the Louvre Abu Dhabi and Guggenheim Abu Dhabi, years. Until they make the scene, culture vultures can console themselves with these extraordinary new museums and museum makeovers.