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When traveling, sometimes what starts as a carefree, eye-opening adventure can turn into a hair-pulling stress fest. These accessories have proven to be both stylish and essential for disaster planning. Whether I’m living it up in a beach side, 5-star hotel in Barcelona or toughing it out while hiking and youth hosteling through Scottish mountains, here are five accessories I never hesitate to pack. Personalized Canvas Camera Accessories Bag The cute little case designed by Precious Little Plum on notonthehighstreet.com is just the accessory any budding travel photographer needs to

Boutique PR and branding agency, Gabriel PR has signed a partnership agreement with Le Germain Hotel (Toronto, Mercer) to execute a campaign for digital fashion and lifestyle publication: FBI STYLE magazine. “Le Germain made history today as one of our first magazine partners,” says Sandra Gabriel, FBI STYLE editor and founder of Gabriel PR. “We’re looking very forward to working with Le Germain and their wonderful staff to create an impacting digital campaign.” Gabriel PR recently announced the launch of FBI STYLE, coming in January 2018 with their preview issue.

Any place or space with art deco, Gatsby or empire inspired design speaks to my taste and style so when I came across the Manhattan Private Jet, my jaw was on the ground and I immediately added a new item to my bucket list which includes buying the jet or getting to travel, at least one time in this classic and elegant private jet. The Manhattan features deep mahogany wood panels, brass and gold trim and rich jewel hues. Beautiful artwork in the entry includes a distinctive metallic mural, reminiscent

In the spirit of full disclosure, I’ve never been to Paris, but I know a few people that have and there is never a bad review. Today I’ve compiled a list of activities Paris travelers swear by and also some things that look super fun and interesting. Dinner, Cruise and a Show Spend an evening on the town in Paris. This experience includes pick-up and drop-off at your central Paris hotel plus a half-bottle of champagne per person. Start the evening off with dinner at the Eiffel Tower, proceed to

One of the hotel’s on my travel list is The Grand Hotel Villa Cora. If you browse their photo gallery, you’ll see that every inch of this hotel is absolutely gorgeous and awe inspiring. Villa Cora was originally known to the Florentines as Villa Oppenheim, an elegant residence built at the end of the 1860s and designed by Pietro Comparini and Giuseppe Poggi. The exterior of the building was designed by Comparini, and the interior decor by Edoardo Gioja, the engineer who had designed the Suez Canal. The frescoes and

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