Our Luxury Calendar provides a comprehensive overview of the top events unfolding around the world every month. Some are micro-luxuries (like a really good book) and others are on a grand, epic scale. It’s great fun to compile, and as we polish off our research we always dream a little dream about the entries that intrigue or excite us – the ones we most passionately want to be a part of. If schedules and money were no object, and we could choose the top ten experiences in the luxury sphere that we’d personally love to partake of, here’s what they’d be for November 2018. How about you?
We’ve all been there: on a business trip, not much down time, in a sophisticated beautiful city that we long to go explore. What to do with only two hours to spare? We always ask our local work colleagues what we should do if we have a precious couple of hours to sneak out and experience at least a taste of what their city has to offer. Now we’re sharing those ideas with you – so that even if you have only 120 minutes, you can still have a meaningful immersion in the life of a great city. In this edition of Two Hours in . . . we address the question: What to do with two free hours in Hong Kong? These are the best spots for a quick visit if you have only two hours in Hong Kong. We promise, you’ll be back for your next meeting on time.
There’s real power in walking in circles. If you have any doubt, walk a labyrinth. Or do as we did, and head to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMoMA) and walk the Richard Serra sculpture, Sequence (on view until January 9, 2019). Its part of the free public access area of the museum, so this is another one of life’s great free luxuries. We promise, you’ll be moved.
In a lovely spot in San Francisco, the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial reminds us all of the very best of humanity.
Here’s a common holiday gifting dilemma: someone in your life loves professional sports, and they’re passionate about a particular team. They also have a good eye and refined tastes. Or a wicked sense of humor. So the usual T-shirt, hat or team sweatshirt is just not going to get the job done. What are the best Christmas gifts for sports fans?