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It's a given that the cooking classes aboard the soon-to-launch Regent Seven Seas Cruises will be impressive, but don't mistake expense for culinary quality.
The rush hour commute on a public bus has never been pretty or luxurious. But so far the high-tech transit alternatives are in San Francisco and Boston.
You can have access to bling from Bulgari to Chanel (or newcomers such as House of Harlow) without having to model or spend a small fortune.
When spending nearly $50,000 on a bicycle, it may be more appropriate to hang it on the wall like a piece of artwork than ride it on the street.
If you haven't booked spring break yet, it's not too late. Many hotels and destinations continue offering special deals through the end of April, and sometimes into early May.
Self-destructing email and other privacy controls for the Internet can come at a price, but there are some that are free as well as safe.
Thanks to the movie Fifty Shades of Grey, the rest of the country appears to be catching up with Las Vegas.
So you're not a Hollywood celeb with an Oscars gift bag. You can still travel in luxury and style without spending nearly a year's salary.
With the easing of U.S. travel restrictions to Cuba, you'll want to go before the influx of money modernizes away charm and character.
Travel in comfort with an ever-changing view, and every day you go ashore to explore a different territory. Cost: $5,000 and up, airfare not included.