There’s nothing we like better than a family tv night on a Sunday night and we love that our guests get to enjoy our living room cinema with our sunshine-hued sofas.
What’s your favorite tv show right now? #LemonTwistPS #AcmeHouseCompany
Wanna know the best way to enjoy @Modernism_Week Fall Preview this week? By staying in your own @acmehouseco midcentury home.
Right now, over on the site, we have got some gorgeous special rates on some gorgeous homes just perfect for the design-lover in you.
Over the next few days, we’ll be spotlighting some of these gorgeous specials - perfect for your Modernism Week experience.
First up? The elegant Spero Estate - the spectacular 5-bedroom (all with en-suite baths) Executive Villa on Millionaire’s Row. Bring your family or invite your favorite couples for a weekend you will never forget, filled with design and style.
Scroll through to see the gorgeous Spero Estate for yourself. #AcmeHouseCompany #ModernismWeek #SperoEstatePS
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Planning a countryside drive around Iceland? You’ll need just a little more time than you think. While it’s technically possible to drive around Iceland in two days due to its compact size, you really do need 6-8 days to do a great job.
Iceland is one of the world’s most sparsely populated countries. Almost the whole interior of the island is uninhabited. You can reach this area only during summer and only with a four-wheel-drive vehicle. The inhabited parts of Iceland are along the coastline. The ring road is the main road that connects the inhabited parts and runs around Iceland. It is 1,332 km (828 miles) long, mostly with one lane each direction. The ring road was completed in 1974 and today all parts are paved. Some facts about the Ring Road in Iceland
It dawned on me recently, when my friend @barbieholmes was on a cruise that I haven't shared a lot about another part of the vision for Five for Life. Swipe left to see the logo for the extension of Five for Life into Vibrant Life Tours. I used to have my own travel company and part of the plan for Five for Life is for group travel that incorporates our five daily habits: MOVE*LEARN*SHARE*GIVE*LET GO.
I've been on about 20 different cruises, used to be a Disney expert and have traveled to many countries.
There is great value in group travel when you are with people who are like-minded, and want to experience a destination in the same way.
Here I am back on one of my first group cruises, snorkeling off Belize.
My largest group I ever took actually consisted of about eight smaller groups and totalled around 60 people!
On a 10-Day Southern Caribbean itinerary I escorted different excursions, dined with all of my clients on different nights, and hosted activities on the ship. I felt like Julie McCoy!
I can't wait to organize our first Vibrant Life Tour, hopefully in 2020.
Over the years, I’ve learned that the desert is one of my favorite places. Just something about finding a sand dune of your own, sitting there and watching the sun set. I’m always up for some adventure too! Swipe left to check out life in the desert.
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You won’t see scenes like this anywhere else in the world. Horses run free against backdrops of majestic glaciers, gushing geysers, glittering ice caps which pierce the sky, and vibrant green fjords which rise from the mist of geothermal lagoons.
Iceland’s specific breed of horses arrived with the Vikings in about 900 AD. Over the decades they have developed a resilience and reputation for surviving in conditions too harsh for a regular horse. They wander freely throughout the country to this day, completely unaffected by civilization. Lacking the speed and size of Arab horses, they have a unique pace, called “tolt”, which allows them to move softly over tough terrain.
History buffs know that a lot of history can be found tucked away in America’s cities. And we’ve written about some of it in our “Off the Beaten Path” reports, but we’re always looking for more.
That’s why a recent post from TravelTrivia.com piqued my interest. It was called “6 Obscure U.S. Cities Every History Buff Should Visit.” I thought our Fellow Travelers might be interested, so put the list in this post. You can get to it by clicking here https://rvlifestyle.com/6-obscure-u-s-cities-rving-history-buffs-should-visit/ OR clicking the link in our bio and going to our blog. #travelbloggers#historybuffs#rvlifestyle#rvliving#rvlife#vacationideas
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Roughly €3,000 in coins are thrown in the Trevi Fountain each day and they are given to a local charity. @manuelo_bo 📍Rome, Italy
This open air theater has shown movies, concerts and festivals since the mid-90's! @marina_demse 📍Munich, Germany
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We’re headed up to North Georgia in a few weeks to stay in a cabin in the Blueridge Mountains for a couple of days. Looking forward to those cool evenings and cozy fires! 🔥 Pictures of our adventure are soon to come! Anyone else planning a fall trip?