Summer in New York City is all about enjoying outdoor spaces, and Rose Hill Rooftop at HGU New York is officially open for business. Located in the NoMad district, the hotel’s terrace is a popular meeting point for lovers of artisan cocktails. Enjoy the warm air while sipping an Endless Summer, made with gin, vermouth, Campari and pineapple; a Baliska made with vodka, strawberry, lemon, sugar and basil; or a namesake Rose Hill made with tequila, triple sec, lime, hibiscus and rose.
The drink menu is augmented by a summer dining menu including lovely small-plate, warm-weather dishes such as the Sunflower Salad with a blend of cucumber, tomato, red onions, candied sunflower seeds, sunflower oil, red wine and arugula. Or, sample the flatbreads with toppings such as apricot and prosciutto, fig and Stilton or citrus salmon. Be sure to check the hotel website for updates on the summer music series, pop in to enjoy sunrise yoga hosted in partnership with Solace Gym or take in evening screenings of classic black-and-white films.
Buenos Aires, Argentina, comes to life at night. Translating to “good airs” or “fair winds,” Buenos Aires is an autonomous district filled to the brim with eclectic European architecture and a rich cultural life. The multicultural city, a melting pot of language, history, incredible food and music, comes to life at night. When you travel to Buenos Aires, be prepared to eat late, choose from hundreds of restaurants and thousands of bars and clubs, and dance beyond dawn. The city’s nightlife, as varied as it is intense, allows you to dance to whatever rhythm takes your fancy. A city that oozes sex appeal, it proves dynamic and passionate, and the beauty and rhythm will get under your skin for an amazing trip.
Awareness about fair and sustainable travel continues to grow around the globe, with travelers everywhere considering a destination’s eco-friendly options before visiting. As public consciousness for this important aspect of tourism strengthens, tourists also look beyond just ecotourism and delve deeper into types of travel that allow them to respect the local culture, interact with locals and distribute benefits fairly.
Like most big cities, Seattle’s distinct personality is made up of the sum of its many parts. Each of The Emerald City’s unique neighborhoods offers something distinct, and exploring them provides as much of an adventure as visiting the Space Needle or wandering stalls at Pike Place Market.
Cougar Point is one of five courses making up Kiawah Island Golf Resort. Famed South African golf professional Gary Player — many others have tried to emulate his signature walk-through swing — originally designed the course in 1976, opening as Marsh Point. In 1996 Player returned to Kiawah to redesign the course, keeping the same footprint and renaming it Cougar Point. Oak trees line the course, and the Kiawah River runs through several scenic holes. The back nine features a great deal of water protecting the greens for added difficulty.
Copa Airlines is celebrating its 75th anniversary by showcasing a Boeing 737-800 NG in an aircraft livery that harkened back to the airline’s look in the 1990s. During that time, Copa Airlines launched an expansion of their network to become the Hub of the Americas®, changing the way to travel to and connect in our Continent.
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Luxury river cruise line AmaWaterways extends its complimentary pre- or post-cruise land offer as add-ons to select Europe and Egypt cruises for groups and individual travelers in 2023. The offer is also available exclusively for groups in 2024. Now, the cruise line extends the offer for new reservations made through March 31, 2023, on select 2023 departures.