No matter how many years its been since we've been in school and had the luxury of summer vacation, we still feel giddy and excited every time summer rolls around. And with that excitement comes an itch for travel, so lately we've been browsing many of our favorite travel sites non-stop, lusting over gorgeous photos of dream vacation spots. That's how we came across this gorgeous photo of a street in Grottaglie, Apulia, Italy. Dream vacation material, for sure!
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Nile River at Sunset[/caption]
If you missed our post yesterday about the New Yorker
article which details the creation of Hermès's perfume Un Jardin sur le Nil, be sure to check it out here
. After reading all about the creation of a fragrance based around the Nile, we couldn't help be start googling in search of images of Egypt. Condé Nast Traveler
didn't let us down, with this gorgeous shot of the Nile at sunset. Definitely a destination that's on our bucket list!
With the release of Condé Nast Traveler's 2013 Hot List of Hotels
, we couldn't help but check out what the hottest hotels in our fair city were. And boy were we impressed! We were particularly pleased to see that a hotel in Brooklyn was featured, and was in fact declared the hottest of all three New York hotels that made the list! The Wythe Hotel
, in lovely Williamsburg, looks like a fantastic home away from home whenever you're next in the city! With breathtaking views of Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Queens, a rooftop bar, and a top-notch restaurant in the building, we'll definitely be heading over to check out this hot hotel.
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Antarctica may not be the first spot many people think of for their next vacation, and to be honest it probably doesn't even make the top 10 list for just about anyone. That said, we love this gorgeous photo from the world's largest desert (that's right, it's not the Sahara) which also calls itself home to the world's saltiest body of water on earth! The Don Juan Pond is officially on our list of natural wonders we want to see.