A Ramble Through the Art at the Ramble Hotel

Deborah Oropallo's "The Lion Tamer" hangs by the Ramble's front desk.

The Ramble Hotel, the latest in Denver boutique stays with a wonderful collection of art, opened last month at 1280 25th Street, at the edge of RiNo. The art in the fifty-room hotel was curated by NINE dot ARTS, a Denver-based venture that placed over 250 works on the walls, many of them by local artists.

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‘Jurassic World’ kid suites now available at Universal’s Loews Royal Pacific resort


Kids now have the opportunity to sleep in their own Jurassic World at a new dino-themed suite located in Loews Royal Pacific Resort at Universal Orlando.

Today, in honor of the theatrical release of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Universal announced the new dinosaur-themed rooms, that come outfitted with a mural behind the beds of a jungle terrain and the bed themselves are designed to resemble the gyro-sphere featured in the films. Even the bedding is meant to resemble test tubes used to create new species of dinosaurs.

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Sneak peek tour of Ocean Resort in Atlantic City: Say goodbye to ‘old dark casinos’

With a grand opening in a little more than two weeks, Ocean Resort Casino in Atlantic City pulled back the curtain on its ongoing revival of the former Revel property.

“The ocean is what makes this property in Atlantic City so special,” said Seth Schorr, resort adviser, during a media preview of the 6.4 million-square-foot property. “The days of old dark casinos are a thing of the past.”

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3 big tips for women who travel

Travel is one of life’s great pleasures. Women are traveling more than ever and taking solo trips in greater numbers each year.

A 2014 Booking.com survey found that 65 percent of U.S. women are taking vacations without their partners. And, according to REI Adventures, 58 percent of their guests were women, and they are designing more of their travel adventures for women.

But with this increased travel comes risks for women who are traveling alone, for business reasons or for pleasure. According to a survey commissioned by AIG Travel, 45 percent of female travelers feel less safe or much less safe about traveling than they did five years ago.

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