“Here we go! And a 5, 6, 7, 8!”
The days go by both slowly and quickly; it feels like both October and March, and most of us are straight-up losing our minds—therefore, it is truly the perfect time to face the music. No, not “face the music” as in “fix your whole life”—“face the music” as in, “watch some damn musicals on your television!” These 10 musicals are available to stream right from your television and are sure to bring you some much needed, mood-lifting relief—if only for a few hours.
Discover why history’s greatest artists have always found inspiration in France’s most beautiful region.
Artists have been drawn to the south of France for generations, awed by its luminous colors and crystalline light. Monet, Renoir, Gauguin, and Van Gogh led the way, followed by Léger, Matisse, Picasso, Chagall, and Cocteau. Cézanne had the good fortune to be born in Provence, and he returned there throughout his life. The artists left behind a superb legacy of works, utterly individual but all consistently bathed in Mediterranean color and light. That’s why a visit to this region can be as culturally rich as a month in Paris.
Room service is changing with the times.
With travelers increasingly interested in dining in the comfort, privacy, and safety of their own rooms, hotels across the country have responded by elevating their in-room dining offerings, with broader menus, more unique experiences, and even bringing fine dining tasting menus to your suite. Here are a few properties that are going above and beyond.
Let's go on a snowy journey into the Arctic tundra, and meet a new cast of chilly little creatures.
If there was a word to describe the animals of the Arctic, it’s this: resilient. You have to be to survive such intense temperatures, snow, and overall rough (cold!) terrain. Each of these animals is born with special adaptations to enable them to live in such a harsh environment–thick coats, insulated fat storage, and heightened senses (polar bears can smell a seal three feet below the snow, for example). And another thing they all have in common? They are…quite cute.