Decorator Thom Filicia has designed lake houses before, but the Manhattan talent had never worked on an Adirondack great camp. Those palatial yet rustic compounds, which had their heyday a century ago, were private havens in upstate New York where the families and friends of Gilded Age tycoons could swim, canoe, hike, fish, play tennis, and share three hearty meals a day without ever leaving the property.
As Lisbon’s biggest market is transformed into a gourmet food hall, we take a look at the best places to eat in Portugal’s capital, a city renowned for its seafood – and custard tarts • Have you been to Lisbon? Tell us about your favourite place to eat in the comments below • A Lisbon […]
British Columbia’s rugged beaches offer everything from wild camping to luxury lodges. All these places to stay near Vancouver start at under £100 a night A whiff of military utilitarianism still permeates the basic private rooms of this converted 1930s air force barracks, 20 minutes from downtown Vancouver, set amongst the beachside blackberry bushes. But […]
It’s always a good day when you can spend it by the water, at least to us, and Coastal Living has once again done us a solid and found us the happiest seaside towns across the country.
If your retirement dream involves becoming a snowbird that heads to warmer weather in the winter, experts recommend understanding all the financial implications or the annual migration can become a nightmare.
From galleries, boat trips and concerts to the city’s famous condom shop, there’s plenty of great things to do in Amsterdam that won’t cost you a guilder • Add your suggestions in the comments below The Van Gogh museum may be an unmissable (albeit very crowded and expensive) destination in Amsterdam, but the contemporary art […]
Fans of Airbnb, the startup that allows home owners to rent out their homes, may be pleased to hear the company is reportedly looking to expand its travel services.