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Luxe City Guide Featuring The British Virgin Islands

The British Virgin Islands (BVI) is made up of many small islands in the Caribbean that is east of Puerto Rico. The BVI major islands are Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Jost van Dyke and Anegada. Tortola is the largest island and the center of most yachting activity. More than 60 islands make up the entire BVI, as there also are many secluded islands, islets, and cays. The lush tropical zone is a haven for both water sports enthusiasts and those seeking to do nothing but sunbath and eat. Today we look at the Caribbeans BVI. Rest assured that other island destinations are forthcoming. Rest assured that coverage of additional Caribbean hotspots is forthcoming. Luxury Hotels in British Virgin IslandsVirgin Gordas Biras Creek Resort consists of 33 suites on Bercher Bay on a 140 acre estate. It is called a resort but it is more like a private community. The spa and restaurant at the harbor are fabulous. The resort just completed a million dollar makeover before reopening in October. The ocean and garden suites are mini-m...


The Best Luxury Hotels in Madrid

The Hotel Ritz Madrid is located in the very heart of Madrid, opposite the Prado and Thyssen Bornemisza museums, near the elegant Teatro de la Zarzuela and just a stone's throw from the picturesque Retiro Park and Botanical Gardens. For the hotel's business-traveling guests the hotel is ideally located within walking distance from the financial district and Madrid's Stock Exchange. This is one of Madrid's most attributed luxury hotels and has for a long time provided the capital's most fashionable entertainment. As guests step in to this heavily ornamented palace, the character is that of supreme elegance and utter lavishness, an experience not easily forgotten.The Ritz hotel has 137 individually decorated guest rooms and 30 suites, each furnished in the original belle epoque style, with an added luxury attribute of linen sheets and exclusive hand woven rugs. The rooms are Classic and Deluxe rooms, and there are also Junior suites, Deluxe suite and one Royal suite. All the guest rooms and suites offer superb ...


New Zealand Tours: Coromandel

When it comes to New Zealand tours, there are many options available for the intrepid travel, but few are more stunning than Coromandel. The rustic, unspoiled volcanic hills, native rainforests, and beautiful beaches have been inspiring and delighting for centuries. The history of the Coromandel can be traced to its ancient gold mining relics, logging dams, and ancient Maori pa sites, as well as in the many historic buildings that have been preserved throughout the areas.Coromandel was first visited by the legendary Captain James Cook in 1769, and settled by Bill Webster in the 1830s, where it served as an important trading area and ship building site. Webster employed the Maori natives to build small schooners and ready timber cargoes for shipment in the Australian market. It was the Kauri forests, however, that truly put Coromandel on the map, so to speak. These giant trees were mined extensively from 1795 on, until it became apparent that the industry was forcing these beautiful trees to extinction. Kaur...


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