San Antonio, Texas has the largest Day of the Dead/ Dia de los Muertos celebration in the United States
Carlos Gaytan is the first Mexican chef ever to receive a Michelin Star and his HA Restaurant in Hotel Xcaret is aiming to be the best hotel restaurant in the world.
Muluk Spa at Hotel Xcaret Why merely relax when you can transform? The Muluk Spa at Hotel Xcaret Mexico is your gateway to the ancient traditions and healing practices of the Mayan culture. As you enter the spa’s expansive, open-air lobby you immediately connect with the lush topography of Mexico’s Riviera Maya. Excavated from a … Continue reading The Muluk Spa at Hotel Xcaret Mexico
Hazlitt’s occupies three historic 18th century townhouses in the heart of London's Soho.
What do you get when you cross a monk, a businessman and a miraculous liquid? In Cologne, Germany, you get the Ultimate Takeaway. In 1792, a Carthusian monk gave the secret recipe of a “miracle water” as a wedding present to a young entrepreneur. Believing this formula had both fragrant and healing properties, the young … Continue reading Germany Takeaway: Eau de Cologne
Cologne is a city of contrasts. Germany’s most catholic city is also one of its most progressive. Founded along the Rhine River as a Roman settlement in 38 BC, Cologne has managed to stay relevant through more than 2,000 years of history, culture, and artistry. Germany’s fourth largest city celebrates its distinct “Kölsch” culture by … Continue reading Cologne, Germany: Religion & Revelry
Skip the Acidophilus. Amsterdam provides its own kind of active culture. Enjoy a takeaway that will leave you wobbling in your wooden shoes. Lucas Bols, the oldest distilled spirit brand in the world, has been cultivating the taste of Amsterdam since 1575. Perhaps best known for creating Genever, a classic Dutch alcoholic spirit, Lucas Bols … Continue reading Ultimate Takeaway from Amsterdam