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Fanciest Hotels in Bali

by Jessica B. July 31st, 2014 | Destination Highlight, Dining & Lodging, Splurge Hotels
If budget is not something you need to consider when planning your next trip to Bali, there is a ton of beautiful, luxurious hotels to choose from. Enjoy the best views, the best food and a wide variety of spa treatments and activities to choose from and truly unwind on your getaway. Here are some of the best hotels in Bali that money can buy.

Oberoi Bali – This secluded spot offers a truly island experience, but is in no way roughing it. You can stay in your own luxury villa or a smaller bungalow. The hotel offers a private
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Destination Detour

Cape May, New Jersey, and Its Surprises by the Sea

by T Akery July 30th, 2014 | Destination Detour
Destination-Detour Cape May, New Jersey is one of those places you wouldn't know from the way it is portrayed. While there is still the New Jersey flair, this town also has some unique places to visit. It is located on New Jersey's coastline. This town was left pretty much intact by Hurricane Sandy.

One of the town's big attractions is whale  and dolphin watching on Delaware Bay. The season opens up in March and runs through December. The tours are conducted
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August’s Destination- Scotland

by Editorial Team July 31st, 2014 | Destination Highlight, Generic
As we flip the calendar and August begins, it is time to introduce the destination of the month: Scotland. Starting today with a short slideshow, and continuing throughout the month, we will be exploring the ins and outs of vacationing in this European country. Whether you're traveling solo, as a couple's getaway, or are going with your entire family, we'll have advice for planning a fabulous vacation.

Make sure to return to read learn more about this travel location.

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Shop ’til You Drop in Bali: Arts and Crafts

by R. Carnavale July 29th, 2014 | Arts & Culture, Destination Highlight, Shopping
Arts-Culture Bali is a shopper's paradise when it comes to fine art and handicrafts, antique furniture, paintings, jewelry, stone and wood carvings, masks and woven fabrics. Unlike in other countries, the Balinese refuse to create schlock when it comes to their crafts because to the Balinese, art is an expression of their religious experience; hence, the quality of art and crafts is quite high and the prices are good, too. Walking around (jalan jalan) and looking (lihat saja) at merchandise in Bali is a wonderful way to spend the day and Ubud, the country's arts and crafts capital, is the
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Bali With Kids, From Treetops to Trapeze School

by Jessica B. July 28th, 2014 | Destination Highlight, Family Travel, Travel Style
Destination-Highlight Looking to get away with the entire family to Bali? You are in luck. Bali is a great place to travel with kids of all ages. Teens, little ones and pre-teens should all be able to find something that impresses them here. If your family is outdoorsy you are in luck. If you prefer to spend your days lounging by the pool with a cocktail in hand watching the kids swim, you are also in luck. Here are some of our favorite Bali hotels and activities for families.

Bali Dynasty Resort – If you are looking for a family friendly
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