Coral Gables Biltmore Hotel, Miami
With a history unlike any other resort, the Biltmore Hotel has flourishingly proven that its old grandeur could get back on its feet after 20 years of abandonment.
Aside from the Giralda Tower replica in the form of its 16-story Freedom Tower, Biltmore Hotel also boasts of the biggest hotel pool in the country. If its suites are just too expensive for you (with double rooms starting at $395 during the winter season), then you could still get in by patronizing one of its bars and restos. Know more about the Biltmore Hotel in Miami by checking out this short review excerpt published on travel-oriented site, called Frommer’s:
Large Moorish-style rooms are decorated with tasteful decor, European feather beds, Egyptian cotton duvets, writing desks, and some high-tech amenities. The landmark 23,000-square-foot winding pool now has the requisite hipster accessories -- the private cabana, alfresco bar, and restaurant. Always a popular destination for golfers, including former President Clinton (who stays in the Al Capone suite), the Biltmore is situated on a lush, rolling, 18-hole Donald Ross course that is as challenging as it is beautiful. Sunday brunch is an equal feat -- book early.
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Arizona- From Haunting Deserts to Sizzling Cities, No Where Else is Quite Like Arizona!
The next four weeks explore with me as we travel from the southern area, Tucson, to the
northern area, Grand Canyon and places inbetween. Complete with personal photos
a I travel to Arizona again, at the end of this month. Lets start now...
Typical Pillows on a Couch
Make sure that you prepare your credit card or simply enough cash to purchase the products being sold by one of the loveliest French décor shops in San Francisco, named Nest. From handmade quilts and cute pillows to the necessary sleepwear and footwear, you’ll certainly find what you’ve been missing in your home at this San Francisco store.
Learn more about this adorable shop, and don’t hesitate to make your home happy buy buying souvenirs from San Francisco’s Nest. Here’s quick review posted on travel-centered site, called Fodor’s:
A cross between a Parisian antiques show and a Jamaican flea market, this cozy store could get even the most monochrome New Yorker excited about color. You can turn up the volume on your SF souvenirs with vibrant handmade quilts, Chan Luu jewelry, Les Indiennes hand-blocked cotton fabrics, and M. Sasek's cheerfully illustrated book This Is San Francisco.
So speak with our travel reps today to get more ideas on where to go for your shopping trip in San Francisco!
A Typical Ceramic Souvenir
There’s truly a satisfying feeling to have had bought a little something for your home, especially if this comes from one of your trips.
It doesn’t matter if you want to cheer up your living room, beautify the dinner table or put some pretty color in your bedroom, you’ll surely love what you’ll find once you visit Biordi Art Imports. For six decades, the shop owner has constantly imported handmade collectibles that will surely serve as outstanding souvenirs from your San Francisco trip.
Learn more about the Biordi Art Imports in this overview found in its official website:
With shelves lined with brightly hand painted Ceramics, Biordi Art Imports has a museum-like attraction. The secret of Biordi's success is to maintain a clientele with taste and fond appreciation for Italian Renaissance style Maiolica: exquisite objects d'art finely crafted; dinnerware handsomely hand painted; unique decorative accessories and much more. To achieve our goal we always have searched and selected the best artisans from old traditional Maiolica centers of Italy: Deruta, Faenza, Montelupo, Siena, Caltagirone, Castelli, Pesaro, Vietri. Here you will find a dazzling display of unique items, too many to be in our catalog. We also encourage you to regularly browse our website to check for new items, not yet shown in a printed Biordi Catalog.
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