Bondi Baths: Sydney, Australia
You've probably seen photos of this one scattered across the internet — and for good reason. Although Bondi Bath is technically contained by concrete, it is fed by the natural waves of the Tasman Sea day in and day
Now that the long, party-filled days of summer are over, it’s time to enjoy one of the finer things in life — relaxing in that crisp, fall air. Whether you’re apple picking, hiking, or just loafing around in your favorite sweater, fall is the best
She may be old, but she still knows how to party. We're talking about The National Park Service, of course. In celebration of the National Park’s centennial, the “Find Your Park” movement was launched with the goal of inspiring Americans to ge
Several Margaritaville restaurants and LandShark Bar & Grills have once again joined the fight against breast cancer through sales of select menu and apparel items.
During the month of October, a portion of proceeds from Margaritaville’s Asia
As Jimmy takes the stage tonight in Paris, and to follow up with my post about how I found my home in Caen, I wanted to share a little tradition of the Normandy region: l’embuscade.
The Normandy region is famous for its locally brewed cidre and embus
For all of you who feel you are a pirate 200 years too late, here is Margaritaville: Pirate Style to celebrate Talk Like a Pirate Day on September 19th...ahoy!
Nibblin' on sponge cake,
watchin' th' sun bake;
All o' those tourists covered wit' oil.
My postcard from Pensacola…
Skipped out of the conference early and high-tailed it across the Panhandle to arrive at what must be the best, big white-sand beach in Florida -- at the Margaritaville Hotel on Pensacola Beach. It’s a jaw-droppingly, br