You don't need to walk the runway in order to experience first-hand the exciting world of fashion in New York City. In fact, the venerable Four Seasons Hotel New York is making it easy to "walk the walk" and "talk the talk" of high fashion design.
It's been estimated that visitors to New York City can choose from over 1,000 sight seeing options, ranging from such iconic attractions as the Statue of Liberty and the Empire State Building to off-the-beaten-path tours of the Seinfeld TV show and the Best of Brooklyn Food and Culture Tour.
Skiers have been known to build up hearty appetites by gliding down snow covered slopes all day long. For the discerning ski traveler, a ski vacation means the chance to experience gourmet dining after riding the lifts and traversing trails.
Over 150 top restaurants throughout upstate New York's Hudson Valley region are participating in this year's Restaurant Week. Hudson Valley Restaurant Week, to be held from Nov. 4 to 17, features culinary bounty of the region with prix fixe menus and gives diners the opportunity to enjoy exceptional dining at a fraction of the normal cost.
Tennis travelers once took a backseat to golfers and skiers as travel agents and resorts catered to enthusiasts of the fairways and the slopes. Elaborate ski and golf packages could be found anywhere, but tennis vacations were hard to come by. Not any more.
The Caribbean Islands instantly conjure up mental images of lush, tropical surroundings, crystal clear waters, and endless blue skies. Water sports abound as do fabulous golf courses and world class tennis facilities. And what's not to like about a Caribbean Happy Hour as popularized by Tom Cruise in the movie "Cocktail"?
Because of its storied tennis tradition, Bermuda has been called the "Capital of Caribbean Tennis." In fact, tennis lore has it that Bermuda was home to the first game of lawn tennis ever played in the Western Hemisphere. Also, the combination of pleasant climate and world-class facilities makes tennis especially enjoyable in Bermuda.