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Celebrating Street Art#WhenInAndaz, gather inspiration from the local art around you. This month, we partnered with Passion Passport to find beautiful pieces of street art around the world shared on Instagram with the hashtag #PPArtAroundYou. The Instagram winners not only captured vibrant photos, but shared information about what made that experience unique. The winning Instagram submissions are: That splash of bold colors energized me the moment I stepped into the narrow strip of…

Celebrating Street Art#WhenInAndaz, gather inspiration from the local art around you. This month, we partnered with Passion Passport to find beautiful pieces of street art around the world shared on Instagram with the hashtag #PPArtAroundYou. The Instagram winners not only captured vibrant photos, but shared information about what made that experience unique. The winning Instagram submissions are: That splash of bold colors energized me the moment I stepped into the narrow strip of…

My favorite place in the world is Vernazza, Cinque Terra Italy. There is this flat rock on the bay that is PERFECT for laying on. The water is crystal clear and it's so peaceful I think it might be heaven.—andic42b7a53e5

The 51 Most Beautiful Places On Earth

My favorite place in the world is Vernazza, Cinque Terra Italy. There is this flat rock on the bay that is PERFECT for laying on. The water is crystal clear and it's so peaceful I think it might be heaven.—andic42b7a53e5

50 Best Romantic Getaways. Buenos Aires. 37 of 52. Urban Retreat Though its grand boulevards and Belle Époque–style palaces give Buenos Aires a genteel air, underneath lies an unmistakably bohemian heart. Nowhere is this more apparent than in up-and-coming San Telmo, famous for its Sunday antiques market. Along the narrow cobblestoned streets, faded mansions have been transformed into hotels, such as the Bonito Buenos Aires (doubles from $65, including breakfast) and the classic Palacio…

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50 Best Romantic Getaways. Buenos Aires. 37 of 52. Urban Retreat Though its grand boulevards and Belle Époque–style palaces give Buenos Aires a genteel air, underneath lies an unmistakably bohemian heart. Nowhere is this more apparent than in up-and-coming San Telmo, famous for its Sunday antiques market. Along the narrow cobblestoned streets, faded mansions have been transformed into hotels, such as the Bonito Buenos Aires (doubles from $65, including breakfast) and the classic Palacio…

Edward S. and Mary Stillman Harkness House - This Italian Renaissance-style mansion was built for the son of Stephen V. Harkness, a businessman in Ohio who had invested in Rockefeller’s oil business. Though the building is understated in its core design, pay close attention to the detailed ornamentation on the top. Because of the narrow lot, architects Hale & Rogers designed the main entrance to be on 75th Street and had to ask the neighbors to change their address to 3 East 75th Street.

A Guide to the Gilded Age Mansions of 5th Avenue's Millionaire Row – Part II

Edward S. and Mary Stillman Harkness House - This Italian Renaissance-style mansion was built for the son of Stephen V. Harkness, a businessman in Ohio who had invested in Rockefeller’s oil business. Though the building is understated in its core design, pay close attention to the detailed ornamentation on the top. Because of the narrow lot, architects Hale & Rogers designed the main entrance to be on 75th Street and had to ask the neighbors to change their address to 3 East 75th Street.

Cochem- Location: Germany  Things to do: Located alongside the banks of the Moselle River, Cochem oozes with history. Step on the cobbled stone streets and back in time with the half-timbered houses, medieval festivals, and the famous Reichsburg castle. The castle overlooks the town from a hill and is over 1,000 years old.  Nearest city: Mayen-Koblenz

These 11 Teeny European Towns Will Give You A Serious Case Of Wanderlust

Cochem- Location: Germany Things to do: Located alongside the banks of the Moselle River, Cochem oozes with history. Step on the cobbled stone streets and back in time with the half-timbered houses, medieval festivals, and the famous Reichsburg castle. The castle overlooks the town from a hill and is over 1,000 years old. Nearest city: Mayen-Koblenz

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