Aria Resort & Casino – A Hi-Tech Hotel on the Las Vegas Strip

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By Boogie

Posted 24 Jul 2014 6:19 pm

Among serious competition on the Las Vegas Strip, Aria Resort & Casino is one of Sin City’s most impressive hotels. Opened in December 2009, it is largest and tallest structure at CityCenter – and it’s certainly not only flashy on the outside. In fact, the hotel is one of the most technologically advanced buildings of its kind: it greets you when you walk through the door, it wishes you “Goodnight”, and wakes you up in the morning, but also automatically adjusts the curtains, turns off unused lights and electronics, and regulates the temperature when you enter and leave the room. The room

A Little Piece of Hollywood History – Edward H. Griffith’s Three Arch Bay Estate

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By Boogie

Posted 24 Jul 2014 5:48 pm

Used as a backdrop in early feature films, this amazing Three Arch Bay estate is the perfect home for those who enjoy luxury, but would also like to own a little bit of cinema history. Built in 1929 by the famous director and producer Edward H. Griffith, the property is stylish and glamorous in an unmistakably ‘Hollywood’ way. Covering almost an acre of oceanfront land, the estate has its own private beach, a swimming pool carved into the rocks and replenished regularly by the tides, as well as the iconic lighthouse it’s known for. The main mansion offers 4,000-square-feet of living space

The New Boss Ma Vie Pour Femme Fragrance

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By Boogie

Posted 24 Jul 2014 4:36 pm

Part of the same line as Boss Nuit (2012), Boss Jour (2013), and Boss Nuit Intense (2014), Boss Ma Vie Pour Femme, launched this summer by the German luxury fashion house is a fragrance designed for the strong, independent, modern woman. The top notes of this sweet, floral fragrance are of refreshing cactus blossom, while the heart is freesia, jasmine, and rose. Rounding everything off, the perfume’s base notes are of sheer woods and cedar wood. This new fragrance comes in a package designed in a way that is reminiscent of its predecessors, only this time the box and bottle are colored

Top 10 Best Travel Blogs

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By Boogie

Posted 24 Jul 2014 1:00 pm

There are plenty of people who travel the world not just as tourists getting away from it all for a couple of weeks, but as what you might call ‘professional adventurers’. Their stories and their photos are very interesting and entertaining, and their insights into the places they visit are extremely valuable for the less experienced explorer. We’ve travelled the internet searching for the best travel blogs and put together the following list. In no particular order, since they’re all excellent and well worth a read, they are: 10. Canvas of Light Canvas of Light was started by freelance professional photographer Daniel

The Amazing JIBO Family Robot

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By Boogie

Posted 23 Jul 2014 9:38 pm

JIBO, developed by social robotics pioneer Dr. Cynthia Breazeal, is touted as the world’s first truly helpful and intelligent family robot. This intriguing machine features two high-resolution cameras which can recognize and track faces, while also taking photographs and enabling video calling. JIBO is programmed to learn your preferences and adapt to your lifestyle, and can also play back reminders and messages, as well as respond to you wherever you are in the room, using its 360degree° microphones and natural language processing capabilities to detect your speech. The ultimate goal of the team that designed JIBO is to create not only an

Arceau Cheval d’Orient Collection by Hermès

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By Boogie

Posted 23 Jul 2014 6:24 pm

The Arceau Cheval d’Orient collection by French high fashion house Hermès showcases the art of French lacquer. Inspired by a Hermès service set, the series illustrates Oriental equestrian scenes and is a testament to the supreme craftsmanship of the artisans working for the Paris-based maison. Lacquering (developed in France in the late 17th century, in response to the popularity of Japanese and Chinese lacquerware) is usually associated with materials such as wood and bamboo, but the application of this technique to metal, as done in this case, is particularly impressive. The artisan applies the first layers of lacquer (pigments mixed with a

With the New Leggera, ATS Revives the Elegant 1960s Italian Sports Car

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By Boogie

Posted 23 Jul 2014 6:16 pm

The people over at ATS (Automobili Turismo e Sport) seem to have a penchant for reviving classic cars from the 1960s. A while ago, we’ve showcased the 2500 GT. Now, the Italian carmaker has just unveiled the ATS Leggera. Reminiscent of a barchetta sports car from the 60s, the ATS Leggera (which is Italian for lightweight) tips the scales at a measly 1433 pounds and is powered by a turbocharged 1.6-liter four-pot with either 210 hp or 240 hp (depending on the version) and 295 Nm (218 lb ft) of torque. This combination makes for a very agile car, which can accelerate

The Anantara Xishuangbanna Resort & Spa in Southern China

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By Boogie

Posted 23 Jul 2014 4:13 pm

Tucked away amongst the forests of the Yunnan Province, in southern China, Anantara Xishuangbanna Resort & Spa is the perfect place for an unforgettable getaway. The hotel is located in an area of breathtaking natural beauty, surrounded by lush, ancient forests, overlooked by majestic mountains, half-embraced by the Luosuo River. But the beautiful setting isn’t the only thing the resort has going for it. There are 80 deluxe rooms, as well as 23 pool villas, featuring indigenous art, offering access to private plunge pools, and providing guests with state-of-the-art entertainment facilities and exclusive butler service. Travelers staying at the Anantara Xishuangbanna Resort

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