Opened in 1953, Dan Hotel Tel Aviv was the first luxury hotel in Israel and has maintained its status as the “Grande Dame” of Tel Aviv hotels ever since. Part of a 14 hotel chain operating in Israel, the Dan Tel Aviv hotel is in a category of its own in service and opulence in the Israeli hospit [ ... ]
No family visit to Beijing, or China for that matter, is complete without a visit to the Great Wall. There are many options as to what part of the Great Wall you can visit, depending on whether you prefer rougher terrain, steeper climbs and more run down but quieter areas. However, if taking childre [ ... ]
Polished wood, burnished brass, a giant globe of the world and a gentleman Sea Captain in a navy blue blazer greet you as you enter the foyer of Disney Resort’s Yacht Club at Walt Disney World.ou’ve now entered Disney’s version of turn-of-the-century Nantucket complete with a lighthouse and [ ... ]
Parents of toddlers – stop limiting your vacations to staycations. This is coming from a mom who has raised a ddler into a traveler once, and is doing it all over again. If you have a toddler, you have anarchy on your hands … trust me, I know! But you don’t have to stick close to home if you [ ... ]
It may not be Daniel Day Lewis walking the streets of Springfield, Illinois, but there’s likely someone who looks a lot like him. OK, it will be someone who looks a lot like Daniel Day Lewis when he looks a lot like Abraham Lincoln.
Looking for the perfect summer vacation? Dreaming of something tropical and exotic, yet Tahiti just isn’t in your budget? San Diego’s dise Point Resort feels like it’s a world away, yet there’s no passport required. Paradise Point sits on a 44-acre island on Mission Bay, just minutes fr [ ... ]
Great summer vacations start with planning. Where are we going to go? Where are we going to stay? For my kids one of their all time favorite trips was a road trip through South Dakota.
Our first trip to South Dakota was going to be a quick drive through on our way to somewhere else. Fortunately, we [ ... ]
I can honestly say, that Senses is an oasis within an oasis. Not only is there a long list of available services (like facials, massages, manicures and pedicures) but there are unique add-ons like acupuncture, teeth whitening and shellac). A dream come true!
Don’t have the funds to book an hour long service? No problem. For $16, you can take advantage of a special area of the spa which includes several intense showers, a Jacuzzi, steam room, sauna and these perfectly shaped lounge chairs that offer an outstanding view of the ocean. No loud kids in here, folks. It’s just sheer bliss.
If you are looking for a scrub, you can make your own or allow the Senses team to create one perfectly formulated to match your skin’s needs.
Whenever I book a facial, I always opt for the standard version and make sure to listen to whatever my aesthetician suggests. I added on a collagen mask and when I tell you that my skin looked rejuvenated when she was finished with me, I’m not kidding!
When she handed me the mirror, I almost couldn’t believe my eyes. I suffer from rosacea and after leaving the Senses spa, my skin never looked better.
Have you ever visited a spa while cruising?