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13 Hotels That Feel Like Home

Travel

A retreat to a luxurious hotel room in sumptuous surroundings, is a wonderful escape from the every day. It fills our fantasies with designer toiletries, 24-hour room service, mini-bars and free cockt...

10 Shocking Things Done While Sleepwalking

Most Shocking

The fact that you’re sleeping, yet performing tasks as if fully awake, is a pretty amazing phenomenon. It’s a medical condition known as somnambulism or noctambulism, but more commonly referred to as ...

10 Of Japan's Most Expensive Foods

Food

Moose Milk Cheese from Sweden is priced at $500 per pound; La Bonnotte potatoes from western France go for as a much as $1,543 per pound; Almas caviar from Iran sells for $25,000--comes in a 24K gold ...

15 Of The Most Famous Streakers Of All Time

Buzz

Although around for centuries, it wasn’t until the mid-70s when streaking became the thing to do. Streaking is done to achieve notoriety or fulfill a dare, often an alcohol induced bet. Streakers like...

10 Islands Where Animals Rule

Travel

Islands with romantic names like Bali, Fiji, Seychelles and St. Lucia evoke thoughts of clear blue skies, sun-drenched sandy beaches and swaying palm trees, surrounded by crystal clear azure waters. M...

20 Canadian Foods You Should Know About

Buzz

Canadians are a fun, quirky lot who have no problem laughing at themselves. So it would make sense that food reflects this national characteristic. It's trued, we do love our bacon and maple syrup--so...

10 Overwater Bungalows Outside Of The Maldives

Travel

What could be more soothing and dreamy than drifting off to sleep completely surrounded by the gentle sounds of the sea? When you awake and slowly clamor out your warm cocoon to begin a new day, you f...

Where The Rich Stay In Toronto

Travel

In a world class city, world class accommodations are not only needed, but indeed, expected. Such is the case in Toronto, a city said to have the highest number of high rise buildings under constructi...

The Railways Where the Rich Ride

Travel

Long before planes took to the sky, trains chugged along the rails. Once completed, railways moved people faster than ever from one area to the next. Cities grew as people arrived. Some stayed, some d...

7 Countries For Unique Luxury Safaris

Travel

One of the most famous safaris occurred in the spring of 1909, when President Roosevelt and his son, Kermit, arrived in Mombasa, Kenya. They were accompanied by a British “white hunter”, as they were ...