Hotel Emma

Originally built in 1894, Hotel Emma offers riverfront accommodations in a San Antonio landmark. The brewery-turned-hotel consists of 146 luxury rooms in the heart of the city's culinary village — The Pearl. Along with the site's own restaurant, gourmet market, deli, and bar, the hotel also offers its own culinary concierge to help you navigate the area's immense food scene. The property is located on the San Antonio River, just minutes from the historic River Walk, with the short commute helping to burn off those delicious indulgences you consumed during your stay.

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    Make your trip to Finland all the more remarkable by booking passage on the Aurora Bubble Sled. Based out of Kilpisjarvi, this unique experience has you and a guest board a heated sled and be towed into the wilderness via snowmobile for unrivaled views of the Northern Lights. Large windows in the rear and ceiling let you take in the scenery in comfort, and if you're feeling truly adventurous, you can get dropped off for an overnight stay.

  • Milk Barn

    Surrounded by 15 acres of rolling hills in the Delaware River Valley, the Milk Barn is a scenic retreat just two and a half hours outside of New York City. The 1873 dairy barn has been converted into a three-bedroom home during its 30-year tranformation. Its current state retains its rustic aesthetic with etched window-doors, a massive stone fireplace, stained glass pocket doors, and the original post and beam frame, while adding modern elements like a chef's kitchen, marble bathrooms, and a projection television. Along with a guesthouse, a renovated milk shed provides additional accommodations to sleep a total of ten people. When you're not taking advantage of the outdoor swimming pool, pond, sauna, fire pits, hammocks and treehouse on the property, guests can relax inside and enjoy the home's vinyl collection on the vintage stereo system.

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