While you may know it for luxury, South and West Palm Beach, Miami flair and the world-famous Disney parks, Florida has a wilder side, too. Yes, Miami, but also the plethora of wildlife sanctuaries and rescues. Take a walk on the wild side visiting resident rescues and National Wildlife Refuges.
What may sound more like a school mascot than a National Wildlife Refuge, Florida Panther is actually a wildlife reprieve for endangered species like the puma. See the beautiful big cats, Florida Black Bear and white-tailed deer in a safe environment along the park’s two hiking trails.
Pay a visit to the non-profit, donation-based organization of Busch Wildlife Sanctuary, which allows visitors to come by and see rescued wildlife along habitat trails. While some will be on the mend as this is a working wildlife hospital, others are temporary guests and residents of the sanctuary.
Watch resident rescued big cats enjoy feeding time and playing together in an oversized watering hole at the Catty Shack Ranch. Home to lions, cougars, leopards, tigers, bobcats and Arctic foxes — among others — the resident big cats enjoy a safe environment with professional care. The sanctuary is a non-profit forever home for the cats and never breeds, sells or trades residents.
Once business concludes, a world of wonder awaits in many of Italy’s incredible cities.
Start your day with breakfast at a colorful eatery: Good Morning Mama’s Cafe. Breakfast is served all day and includes tantalizing options like Italian fried biscuits rolled in sugar and cinnamon, and So-Bro chicken, which includes country-fried chicken, home fries, sausage gravy, eggs and a biscuit. You’ll spend less than $15 for most breakfast items.
Margaritas, tacos and huevos rancheros don’t just belong in Mexico; they’re clearly more than welcome in Barcelona, a city known for its delectable local food scene, but one that also caters to heaps of other international cuisines. Here are the best Mexican restaurants in the capital of Catalonia.
Dining is an art, and now that applies to both on the ground and at 35,000 feet thanks to Hainan Airlines’ “Hai Chef” Inflight Artistic Chinese cuisine series, a collaboration with Dong Zhenxiang, a Chinese culinary master also known as Dadong.
Between the strict rules governing ownership and lack of green spaces to play in New York City, it can be daunting trying to find the perfect place to stay with your pooch. But there are a few hotels that cater to canine-loving travelers.