86 posts tagged vacation
Tulum, an ancient Maya fort city.
Did you know that these stunning coasts of Finike-Demre kinda made me name my blog ‘canitbemine’?
When we were kids, my parents would drive us from Antalya to Demre and we would play this game called “who wants this cove?”. The car would be packed with at least 7 people. Each cove we pass would have an owner.
I feel lucky to live in this country - and have passed this place every summer. Here are some useful airbnb links and rough google coords (whaaaaat) if anybody is inspired to travel there. (Finike-Demre road, Antalya, Turkiye.)
Sofitel Rio de Janeiro Copacabana.
You just killed me. Can it be my breakfast every weekend?
“Give yourself a leg up by staying somewhere small and tucked away; the intimate approach allows the scenery to dominate, and the slow pace is perfectly suited for relaxation.”
(via tablet hotels mag)
After a loooong research, source is: Cleo. She took these photos right after she turned 21. The thing is, the background is not “LA”, but Las Vegas.
Photo 1: Living off the bounty of the sea in Tulum, Mexico.
Photo 2: The coastline of Tulum
It’s just 80 miles from the mega-watt resort town, and thirty from the cruise-ship port of Playa del Carmen. The dusty village remains a single road, with virtually nothing but jungle and precious fresh-water cave systems on one side, and Mayan ruins and the world’s second-largest barrier reef on the other. (Photos by Christina Holmes down to Casa de las Olas)
Can this place be mine?
(via tablet hotel mag)
swedish treehotel, wonderfully happy spot. Maybe too, too happy.
can it be mine?
Ipanema Beach. Rio de Janeiro (by Phill4)
Hotel Caruso in Ravello, Italy.
A former 11th century palace set on cliffs beside the Amalfi Coast, Hotel Caruso seems to drift on a ‘balcony’ above the Mediterranean Sea.
yes can it be mine.
The Lençóis Maranhenses National Park is located in Maranhão, Brazil. It is an area of low, flat, occasionally flooded land, overlaid with large, discrete sand dunes. It’s roughly 1500 square kilometers, and despite abundant rain, supports almost no vegetation. The park was created on in 1981.
“The Narrows” is in the Texas Hill Country on the Hays/Blanco County line where a coral reef once thrived in land covered by an ocean that is now dry and frozen in time.
The Narrows is a gorge formed by a series of cliffs 75 feet high along the Blanco River in southwest Hays County, just upstream from the junction of the Blanco and Little Blanco rivers (at 30°03’ N, 98°17’ W).
(via vacation )
Tried to find the place information but no luck…Looks like Australia. Anyone?
Juvet is “Europe’s first landscape hotel”. At first, the 7 detached guest rooms seem modest. But when you open the door, it’s as if nature greets you through the massive panoramic windows; the trees brushing against you, and drops of spray from the river Valldøla on your face.
It’s about 140 euros per night. Saved to me must go list.
Along the Mediterranean on Turkiye’s southwestern coast is the port city of Bodrum, visitors flock from all over Europe for a taste of the good life by the sea, and for the city’s amazing nightlife.
This beautiful room is from “Ada Hotel” in Bodrum. I really wanna visit there soon, looks so original, peaceful and quiet…It is built out of carved stones with a purpose to encourage an extinguishing tradition and been designed to evoke a sense of the past while providing all the comforts and amenities of a world-class hotel.
If you are looking for unique romantic beach getaways, the Rockhouse Hotel is a small boutique hotel set right on the water’s edge on the western most point of Jamaica.