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November 17, 2011
Los Cabos, Mexico
The Flexjet 25 Jet Card program–which provides 25, 30 or 35 hours of flying time on Bombardier aircraft–is offering a bonus to customers who sign up by January 31: a getaway to Los Cabos, Mexico, created by luxury travel consultants Abercrombie & Kent.
November 17, 2011
National Geographic Channel Documents Making of a Learjet
The National Geographic Channel recently spent two weeks filming at the Bombardier Learjet plant in Wichita for its Megafactories program. The show, which explores the inner workings of factories worldwide, will introduce viewers to the steps involved in making one business jet. The channel expects the episode to air early next year.
October 1, 2011
Boxgroove-affiliated Little Turtle Golf Club in Westerville, Ohio
It's now possible to golf at any of 400 private clubs, thanks to Boxgroove, a Web-based service that allows members to sign up for available tee times at participating U.S. venues. Depending on your membership (basic membership is free), a round of golf starts at approximately $90 per person.
October 1, 2011
Originally from the Champagne region of France, Chef Philippe Jeanty has long been a Napa Valley fixture, having opened the restaurant at Domaine Chandon back in 1977. After more than 20 years as executive chef at that premier spot, Jeanty decided to launch his own place and, in 1998, Bistro Jeanty was born.
October 1, 2011
Want to stay at a resort without staying put? The new Yogi superyacht, which is now available for charter, offers all the ­amenities of a high-end resort, plus the ability to set sail.
October 1, 2011
Why hurry dinner when a cozy Basque bistro sends out piping hot escargots swi
Even many of the world's savviest travelers have yet to discover pristine Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, two sleepy but thoroughly enchanting islands 15 miles south of Newfoundland. They swirl in fog and mystery and boast the anomaly of being France's last foothold in North America.
August 1, 2011
Ernest Hemingway was just one of the characters who engraved the Club in popu
For more than seven decades, the Bimini Big Game Club was a larger-than-life destination on this tiny Bahamian island just 50 miles off the Florida coast.
August 1, 2011
Hole No. 17
The hard part about designing a cliff-top golf course like Royal Isabela is making the inland holes interesting.
August 1, 2011
Kieler Woche is the world’s largest sailing event and the largest annual fest
The Jutland Peninsula–which Germany and Denmark share and which separates the North Sea from the Baltic–includes a region that was once the independent kingdom of Angle. This is where the English language originated and the Danish Vikings headquartered. On top of its colorful past, however, Angle has an enjoyable present.
July 21, 2011
Bugatti Veyron
We missed the road for Key Air at Waterbury Oxford Airport in Connecticut, and the ­subsequent U-turn in a church parking lot could have been a metaphor for seeking redemption for tooling around in the most powerful, most expensive production car in the world. I half expected to hear a voice from on high as we did our 180 in front of the house of worship: "You couldn't just drive a Prius?" Not today, sorry. Heaven can wait.

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