This winter has been harsh for most of the country. As much as I’m longing for sunny skies and warm air (maybe an exotic beach and suntan lotion…) I loved visiting New York City recently to experience the beauty of snow in Central Park. Have you ever visited NYC in the cold winter months? Winter in New York City is definitely not to be missed!
Guest post by Katja Presnal. Our first issue of Skimbaco Lifestyle magazine launched this week, and the magazine takes you around the world to find the best cup of tea in Asia, the most popular coffee shop in Dublin, and gives you insight how even such a small thing as a cup of coffee can define luxury in hotel rooms. Our editorial team has discussed a lot the past year what defines luxury, what is adventurous and what are some of the emerging trends how people travel today. Here is my quick recap of the top travel trends we have… Read More
Whether you crave a getaway in a secluded, snow-covered cabin in the woods, love to ski, or just want to save a little money on your family vacation, winter can be the ideal time to travel. If a winter vacation takes you to a location with a much colder climate than your own, however, it’s important to remember a few winter travel essentials before you head on that airplane. What to Pack: Winter Travel Essentials Ready to hop on a plane and enjoy the winter snow away from home? Here are a few things to remember when you’re packing for… Read More
All things Disney aboard the Disney Cruise Line. Plus parasailing and swimming with the stingrays on their private island, Castaway Cay.
What better way to travel than by boat? You get the luxury of seeing multiple places while enjoying top cuisine and Broadway style shows. Stunning view from Venice, Italy. Delicious dinners. Must try desserts! Entertainment galore. Breathtaking architecture.
Any place where you can take an evening gondola ride in Arizona is worth checking out. Located in posh Gainey Ranch—a verdant part of Scottsdale known for its hundreds of palm trees—the Hyatt Regency exudes a comfortable, Southwestern elegance with the backdrop of the majestic McDowell Mountains and the Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired architecture. Although guest rooms are spacious and chic with flat-screen TVs and private patios or balconies, it’s the pools that make this resort the destination of choice in Scottsdale. Numerous and varied, the Hyatt Regency’s swim spots cater to visitors of every age: One has a sandy beach,… Read More
Looking for suggestions to buy the traveler in your family? Here are ten gifts for travelers that are useful under $50. Soft Leather Passport Cover $15.99 A passport is bulky and does not fit in regular size wallets. Keeping track of your passport as well as your spending money, travelers checks, insurance card and credit cards can be a hassle. This passport cover offers room for all your must-carry items. Plus who doesn’t love the look of soft leather? This gift is perfect for male and female travelers. No-Jet-Lag Homeopathic Flight Fatigue Remedy $11.26 Know someone that gets jet lag… Read More
In 2012, I was introduced to the new Hyundai Santa Fe Sport in Park City and fell in love driving through the mountains of Utah. Then last Spring, Hyundai introduced the three-row Santa Fe and invited me to Coronado, California to test drive it all over the San Diego area. After driving two 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe models, I am convinced….This is a car I would love to own. It’s been several months and I still get a little twinge of jealousy whenever I see someone driving a Santa Fe around town. Family-friendly CUV The thing I love best about… Read More