Four Weeks of Fractional Ownership in the Turks and Caicos

June 30th, 2010 LFG Staff Posted in Fractional Real Estate News, Travel News No Comments »

Turks and Caicos might be home to one of the world’s best beaches, but it’s also home to those who like to be pampered in total privacy. This could explain why Keith Richards, Bruce Willis, Donna Karen and the world’s most discerning travelers have residences in the archipelago, which remains one of the largest (and perhaps last) pristine expanses in the Caribbean.

The Coral HouseIf sipping a mojito on a quiet white sand beach, snorkeling in crystal clear waters, or enjoying a massage on your beachfront patio sounds like your idea of a luxury vacation, then you’ll find like minds at The Élan Collection, a private residence club that offers a 12,000-square-foot fractional beachfront estate called “The Coral House” on Grace Bay Beach. Read the rest of this entry »

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Summer In The City - San Francisco

June 18th, 2008 LFG Staff Posted in Fractional Real Estate News, Travel News No Comments »

The Ritz-Carlton Club® and Residences, San Francisco
Offers Members the Ultimate Luxury Lifestyle

Ritz-Carlton, San FranciscoWhat better time to visit this international hub of art and culture for a long weekend or full week’s vacation than this summer? The season’s mild weather and variety of activities make it a perfect time to “enjoy the City like an insider”. 

Ritz-Carlton Club® and Residences Members will be doing just that from their pied-à-terre perfectly situated in the heart of downtown at 690 Market Street — just steps away from world-class theater, museums & galleries and some of the finest culinary treats in the world.

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U.S. Reminds Travelers of Border Crossing Changes

January 23rd, 2008 LFG Staff Posted in Travel News No Comments »

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is again reminding travelers that beginning January 31, 2008, border crossers will be asked to present documents denoting citizenship and identity when entering the United States through land and sea ports of entry. This change primarily affects United States and Canadian citizens, who have previously been permitted entry by oral declaration alone, and marks the transition toward standard and consistent documents for all travelers entering the country. It is also the start of a more robust and concerted public education campaign, intended to inform travelers of document requirements which will be implemented next year.

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