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Review: Little America Hotel in Salt Lake City – The Royal Treatment

Located within the business, historic and cultural center of the city, Hotel Little America offers more than 850 luxurious rooms to what, at first, seemed to be a discerning professional clientele looking to host or attend meetings and conventions. We were wrong and that's a good thing :)
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Review: Hotel Monteleone in New Orleans – The Heartbeat of a City

The minute we stepped into Hotel Monteleone we knew it was going to be something special. Everyone greeted us with a smile and a “hello”, but not the fake kind, it felt sincere. We felt like we were taken back in time, a time where customer service mattered and going above didn’t cost extra. Read More...

The Best DNS Blocker for Travelers – Netflix, Hulu, Fubo, Amazon

Whether you are a traveling nomad, have relocated outside of the United States or simply want to enjoy some of that US programming; you've probably spent hours trying to spoof your DNS, invested in some pretty shady unblock services or just gave up entirely. You are not alone! We were looking for the best (and cheapest) way to stream US Netflix (you must know about the different regions and shows they offer by now), Hulu and Fubo ands we found it!

Review: Zemi Beach House Hotel & Spa in Anguilla – The New Best Place...

We can't  talk about Zemi Beach House Hotel & Spa before talking about Anguilla. As many of you know, we live on St. Maarten and have had the opportunity to island hop quite a bit. Last week-end was no exception, as Anguilla being one of our favorite destinations for its proximity and epic pristine beaches and only a 20 minute ferry ride away. Anguilla is a British overseas territory, east of Puerto Rico, that was named by Christopher Columbus for its "eel" shape (Anguilla means eel in Spanish).
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St. Maarten’s Lowest Airplane Approach Caught on Video

Many have asked about our airport and its famous plane spotting location. Princess Juliana Airport (SXM) has been the main Dutch side airport since 1942. In 1997, the government commissioned a major upgrade of the main terminal that would happen in three phases. We are, in 2018, still in phase 3. The video above shows a PAWA airplane in 2016 in one of the lowest approaches ever caught on video (yes, this was caught with Michelle's iPhone in 120fps).