Just a few blocks from New York’s Madison Square Garden lies the Ace Hotel. It’s located at 20W 29th Street, where the successful Hotel Breslin stood in 1904. The Ace is a 12-story boutique hotel with 269 rooms and a passion for classic vintage; interiors were designed by Roman & Williams, mixing objects, lighting and finishes from different eras to reflect a sense of unconventionality, simple elegance and freedom. Continue reading →
We’ve all been on an plane, bus or train and experienced the same situation – you want to lay your head down somewhere, but simply can’t find the right position. TravelRest has got you covered. It’s a revolutionary product that will have you sound asleep in no time, whichever way you’re traveling.
It inflates in 3-4 breaths, deflates in seconds and supports your whole upper body. It attaches easily to most high back seats or headrests, and won’t slip away. It’s grip will make you want to snuggle it and basically cuddle yourself to sleep. Continue reading →
There are concerts, theater, movies and then there’s the opera. The opera is on a level of its own. See, not all people like the opera, it’s not for everyone. It’s only for those who understand and appreciate its powerful magic to the fullest. Such is the Opera Folding Camper – for people who love camping, but like to do it in a fashionable manner, or as they say ‘take it to the top’.
There are travel trailers and caravans of all sorts, however the Opera is a mobile designer suite in a class of its own, offering you the convenience of a complete holiday home. Its features can compete with a luxurious hotel, allowing you to enjoy nature and camping to the fullest, without compromising comfort. This is the ideal way to travel. This is, in a way, a life camping experience. Continue reading →
Andreas Stavropoulous is a landscape architect, based in Berkeley, California. He has a 1959 Airstream trailer nestled in the backyard of his house, which he bought and converted into a design studio/living space.
Most of you already know by now that I am an avid traveler, who loves the idea of travel trailers and caravans, so when I read about this outdoor studio space combined with a vintage mobile home, I was immediately captured. I love the idea of working from a non-conventional space that connects me to creativity, design and the open road all at once. And as Andreas says: “You always have the potential to move…” Continue reading →
Life outdoors is not always as easy as we think. Even though you have to love it in order to do it, the reality is that sometimes we face some challenging moments. For that, we have to have the best gear out there. The Ténéré Expedition Tent is by far the best camping gear we could possibly get.
This unique tent is perfect for roadies – it has a special spacious garage bay, designed for sheltering motorbikes; the bay also serves as a sheltered utility area for cooking and relaxing after a hard day’s ride, as well as a storage area, workshop or dressing room with enough height to stand up and change gear. You can be sure that this tent has everything you need and then some. This is major league, baby, you have the best gear you could possibly ask for – Now go out there and discover the world. Continue reading →
The biggest fear of any camper is foul weather. There’s not much you can do about it, and even worse, there’s not much you can do while it lasts. Except maybe one thing, fix yourself a hot drink with the Foul Weather Kettle. Invented decades ago in Ireland, this kettle allows the camper to bring to a boil up to 1-1/2 qts of water, using just some shavings or a handful of twigs.
It operates in windy rainy conditions as on a sunny day, functioning as a hollow-center chimney surrounded by a double-wall boiler. If the weather is no good, any camper should make sure the equipment he has allows him to catch a break and enjoy a nice cup of hot drink. Continue reading →
Going outdoors means to be as practical as possible. There is a constant need to save storage space and to pack light weight equipment. If you’re an avid cyclist then the Bikamper is as practical as you can possibly get.
This bicycling tent is a personal shelter that utilizes a 26” mountain road front wheel in place of tent poles. The main body is constructed of water-resistant urethane coated 45D ripstop nylon and features three mesh panels for ventilation and stargazing on pleasant nights. The fly is constructed of fully waterproofed 70D ripstop nylon for additional protection should the weather turn foul. Both tent and fly pack down to a small, compact size, and has its own special stuff sack that straps to the handlebars. Now, who’s a happy camper? Continue reading →
The Almdorf Seinerzeit is a charming mountain retreat close to the Austrian Nockberge National Park. It looks as if it was taken out of a children’s fairytale, with its charming, chocolate-box village, 20 traditional mountain huts, bathing house, two ponds, and all the fresh air you can imagine. Continue reading →
For this item you have to imagine background music of soft drum beats and jungle sounds, the smell of campfires, fresh foliage and scented candles and Meryl Streep dressed for “Out of Africa” walking towards you. Or you can just look at the pictures to see that the tents at Clayoquot Wilderness Resort are a perfect setting for discerning grown-ups with an adventurous side. Continue reading →
When going outdoors there’s only one golden rule – keep it minimal. It means taking only the essentials and saving space in your bag, because you’d need it. The Italian Camping Utensil Set, from Garrett Wade, is all about following the golden rule of minimal space while providing you with all the essentials that you need. Continue reading →