Sit back, relax, and picture yourself in one of these 5 hot destinations!
What To Eat: Bolos de Arroz, Portugese rice cupcakes, perfect for breakfast, dipped in coffee
Where To Stay: Palacio Belmonte, an elegant hotel in a 15th-century palace, located in the old town of Lisbon
What To See: The charming town of Sintra, whose beautiful villas and gardens have charmed Portugese kings and nobles since the Moorish occupation
What To Eat: Fish Chowder, the national dish of Bermuda
Where To Stay: Rosewood Tucker’s Point, serene, sophisticated, and a great place to visit in May or June of this year for the 35th America’s Cup
What To Eat: Poutine, a dish of fries, gravy, and cheese curds, popular throughout Quebec
Where To Stay: Chateau Frontenac, a historic luxury hotel in Quebec City, featuring views of the St. Lawrence River
4. Kyoto, Japan
What To Eat: Mitarashi Dango, a grilled dumpling served on a skewer coated with a sweet soy sauce glaze and dusted with toasted soy bean powder
Where To Stay: Hoshinoya Resort, with the highest level of hospitality, assessible only by boat
What To See: The Sagano Bamboo Forest, one of the most beautiful groves in the World, with its rustling, creaking, and swaying
What To Eat: Neeps and Tatties, a.k.a. turnips and potatoes. Add butter and chives, and you get clapshot, a dish whose origin is Orkney.
Where To Stay: The Howard Hotel, Edinburgh, intimate luxury with butlers who take of everything — ironing, late-night room service, theatre bookings — according to your needs!
Eilean Donan, a small island in the western Highlands of Scotland