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journeyPod Travelers Get Free Upgrade & Breakfast for Two at St. Giles NYC

January 31, 2011

The St. Giles Hotel – located in midtown between Lexington and Park Avenues – provides guests with the finest New York City accommodations.Exclusively for journeyPod travelers – receive complimentary upgrade (when available) and breakfast for two at either the Court or The Tuscany in New York City. Find out how!

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Travel with Jessica Simpson – The Popstar’s Favorite Hotspots

September 28, 2009

If you’ve always wanted to know where Singer/Actress Jessica Simpson likes to unwind, party with the girls and vacation read on…

World’s Top Cruising Destinations

July 3, 2008

The ultimate cruise experience is so much more than just choosing a great ship. Although the onboard amenities and ship’s grandeur play a big part, the itinerary, sights and local shore excursions can make all the difference. The world is your oyster when it comes to cruising and journeyPod is about to take you on a guided cruise tour, so to speak…

“City of Angels”: An Inside Look At LA’s Hotspots

November 29, 2007

 

A mecca to some of the world’s hippest hotels, hottest restaurants, trendiest shopping and coolest attractions, LA is the epitome of big, bold and beautiful. It also doesn’t hurt that it serves as “home” to many of world’s top movie studios and celebs.journeyPod recently had a chance to visit Cali, and here’s just a little taste of our hottest picks…

Santa Barbara – America’s Riviera

November 19, 2007

 

Often referred to as the “American Riviera” because of its Mediterranean climate, Santa Barbara is located 100 miles up the coast from Los Angeles (and 335 miles south of the San Francisco bay area), just along the panoramic Pacific Coast. As a year-round tourist destination, the city is renowned for more than just its weather – its location nestled between the beaches and mountains, Spanish architecture and relaxing lifestyle also a great draw! Read on…

Chef’s Corner with Cory Smith

September 20, 2007

 

You read the reviews, listen to the praises from friends and colleagues, or happen to catch one of your favorite celebrities exiting that very spot you’ve been meaning to check out.

You know what the folks on the outside are saying, but have you ever gotten the story from someone on the inside?

journeyPod goes behind-the-scenes in Chef’s Corner with some of the country’s most esteemed, critically-acclaimed, award-winning (and naturally, our favorite) culinary masterminds to get the real scoop!

Chef Cory Smith is the man with the magic who combines his extensive knowledge of international flavors and best products available in South Florida to create the perfect dish night after night at Santo.

Follow us for an inside look with this culinary magician…

Discover the Golden City: Salzburg

September 13, 2007

 

When you think of Salzburg, The Sound of Music probably comes to mind… but journeyPod is here to tell you that you can visit this baroque city and have an amazing culturally and historically inspiring trip without the movie tour! Want to hear an interesting tidbit? The film actually failed in Austria – closing after only a single week’s showing in Salzburg and Vienna. Now really… skip the tour and do Salzburg the local way!

“Voice of Las Vegas”: Steven Striker’s “Rules of Las Vegas”

August 21, 2007

It’s no surprise that nearly 3 million people a month visit Las Vegas! It’s also no surprise that on any given weekend, most of the restaurants, shows, clubs, concerts, boxing events, spas, golf resorts and other premier Vegas attractions are completely booked up or worse – sold out!

Simply put, if you’re not on the “inside” track, you’re out! But, as journeyPod’s Voice of Las Vegas Steven Striker – CEO of Vegas’ premier five-star concierge Striker VIP – will tell you, there is hope!

With that in mind, here’s Striker’s unofficial Las Vegas rules and “code of conduct”:

Discover the Summer Paradise of Zurich

August 15, 2007

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Zurich, the home of Swiss Miss, cheeses, and chocolates, and oh so much more!

Most people do think of Zurich as a boring bank city… which is unfortunate! Go there in summer and you’ll find an almost Mediterranean-like atmosphere. Green parks line the blue waters of Lake Zurich make for an excellent day of relaxation – swimming in the refreshing lake, taking in a boat ride, enjoying a picnic lunch, or napping on a wooden dock as the cool breeze blows over.

Who would have thought you’d get a piece of Mediterranean paradise in Zurich?! Well, now you know! Read on to find out more about this hot spot…

Discover the Old World Style of Prague

August 7, 2007

Situated in central Bohemia, its no wonder the largest city of the Czech Republic has a super Bohemian feel to it. You too will feel far away from it all as you walk the ancient streets of this beautiful city. Think Indiana Jones meets Alias – the architecture and cool vibe of this place will win you over the second you arrive. Also known as Praha, this city is mysterious yet quite inviting with friendly locals to welcome you. Oh, and wait until you recognize the black iron gates of the Charles Bridge from the Tom Cruise flick Mission Impossible!

 

Turn the page to get the inside scoop on what’s hot in Prague!