Hay’s Place restaurant will be the final addition to Pebble Beach Company’s new Tiger Woods-designed short course, The Hay. The restaurant, which will be located atop Peter Hay Hill, will serve a Mexican-inspired menu in a relaxed atmosphere, making it ideal for a leisurely lunch, dinner, or after-round drink.
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Today, I was sent a video from Soneva–the world-leading resort operator–which showcases just how they plan on opening their resorts to guests. The video titled, “The New Normal,” features Soneva CEO & Founder, Sonu Shivdasani
So you’ve decided to vacation in Playa Mujeres. Perhaps it was through a friend’s recommendation or maybe you read my article on Travelocity: Falling in Love All Over Again in Playa Mujeres.
The Grand Hotel Golf Resort & Spa has been named one of USA Today’s top five historic hotels in their annual reader’s choice award, placing it among the finest in Alabama and the whole country. This prized title is further evidence of the Grand’s distinct, rich, and storied past.
Arguably, the most stressful part of travel is having to bring your luggage everywhere with you until you get to your final destination. My goal is to always travel as light as possible but that isn’t always easy when you add up all the necessities required to enjoy your trip.
As we start to think about travel again, I wonder what various parts of the world are going through as they open back up. I’ve just booked my first flight in over a year and a half, so the reality of actually being around strangers again has crept in and scared me a little.
Are you looking forward to making it back to Sin City, but not ready for the Las Vegas Strip? I can...
Bahamas Escapes is Crystal Cruises new campaign to get guests cruising to the Caribbean again. They’ve partnered with The Bahamas on this campaign…
I have wanted to visit Japan for as long as I can remember. Sadly, the last few years of work travel never took me there. And now that we are in a pandemic, I’m really not sure when I’ll be able to go. One thing is for sure, I am always on the lookout for exciting and safe opportunities to visit Japan when things begin to open back up.
When I’m in Mexico, I try to eat fish as often as possible. You will almost always find “fish of the day” options on lunch and dinner menus since most resorts are just a stone’s throw away from the ocean. How can you pass up freshly caught fish every day while you’re in paradise? I know I can’t.