The English countryside is home to Roman baths, roaring fires, and…haunted houses?
This is a story about magic—or medieval medicine, which is basically the same thing.
Bath, England—an hour outside of London by train—is home to the only natural hot springs in Britain. The Romans invaded these parts some 2,000 years ago and declared it a Holy place. How else to ... More
NetJets and Bombardier unveiled the new Challenger 650
Vegas got a first look at the next era of private aviation when NetJets and Bombardier unveiled the new Challenger 650 at the 2015 National Business Aviation Association conference and exhibition. The wide-body business jet, the 1,000th plane in Bombardier’s Challenger 600 series, offers a transcontinental range of 4,000 nautical miles, which means ... More
There's no need to wait for beach weather to hit the beach. For these summer destinations, winter's just an excuse for a different, cozier sort of party
Portsmouth, New HampshireAn hour north of Boston, Portsmouth has gotten increasingly New England-cosmopolitan in its food, lodgings, and shops. Check into the Ale House Inn, perhaps timed to chuck snow at some Yankees during the town’s annual Snowball Fight on March 17 (pending snow, of course). Browse shops like More
Nude resorts are no longer solely for naturists (or your "just curious" Uncle Bob). With clothing-optional luxury lodgings popping up all over the world, people who’d usually pack a suitcase full of Vilebrequins and Trina Turks are being tempted to travel a little more lightly.
The following adults-only resorts ... More
The luggage brand has recreated the first all-metal commercial aircraft
Just shy of a century ago, the first all-metal commercial aircraft took to the skies: the Junkers F13. This March, the propeller that changed the world will spin again. German luggage company Rimowa, whose signature suitcase shells are made from the same ribbed aluminum alloy that plated the ... More
Rowdy bars comingle with supermodel-approved haunts in this complete guide
There are few things more rewarding than a crisp beer or a glass of hot glühwein after a long day on the slopes—because we all know that going on a ski vacation isn’t just about the skiing, it’s also about the aprés-ski scene. And the Swiss certainly have ... More
Presenting… the ContenderBy Alyssa Giacobbe
The rumor—at least here around Whistler Blackcomb, where I’ve been at-large all week—is that Aspen has been dethroned as the king of winter playgrounds. No one will come right out and say it, of course—Canadians are far too polite for that—but they don’t have ... More
Massimo Bottura, the chef and owner of Italy's three-Michelin-star Osteria Francescana, shares his philosophies
Massimo Bottura had a somewhat predetermined career path growing up—but that path wasn't to become a chef. The Botturas were a well-off family from Modena, Italy; Massimo the youngest of four brothers. Early on, Massimo's father decided that the eldest of his sons would become an engineer; the second oldest, ... More