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Top Trends to Try Out in 2019

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(Photo: The Langham, Boston)

Chocolate Dreams

The Saturday Chocolate Bar at The Langham, a AAA Four Diamond Rated hotel in Boston, celebrates its 30th anniversary with the 30 best desserts from the last three decades. So in addition to the 100-plus items usually offered, goodies like apple pie spring rolls, Boston cream pie, chocolate croissant bread pudding, cannoli and more will grace the decadent menu this season.

Club Adventures – Choose Your Own Adventure

The global adventure travel market is worth $263 billion a year, according to the Adventure Travel Trade Association. The recently launched Club Adventures offers intimate tours around the globe, allowing travelers to truly connect to a place, its people and its culture. Think camping under the stars in the Jordan desert and learning to make paella in Valencia, Spain. Check out ClubAdventures.com to learn more.

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The Milky Way shimmers above the Wadi Rum desert in Jordan.

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Nice Slice

Technicolor goodness is on the menu at New York City’s Industry Kitchen. The Pop Candy Land pizza features a rainbow crust slathered with cream cheese frosting, Pop Rocks and nished with a sweet little cloud of cotton candy. Hashtag awesome. If savory is more your style, you can get a pizza topped with alligator or smoked salmon instead, or shell out $2,000 for a pie stuffed with caviar, truffles and 24-karat gold leaf.

Peak Performance

In case hurtling down a mountain at ferocious speeds isn’t adventurous enough for you, why not try airboarding, one of the new winter activities at Smuggler’s Notch in Vermont? It involves sliding belly-down on an inflatable, A-shaped sled, a combination of boogie boarding, sledding and skiing. It’s offered Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons on the mountain.

That’s How We Roll

Always wanted a Porsche but can’t afford the price tag? We’ve found the next-best thing: Porsche luggage. Available in exclusive Porsche vehicle colors like Anthracite, Graphite Blue and Chalk, the Roadster rolling bags come in three sizes and feature a hard shell made of ultralight polycarbonate. Prices range from $420 to $485.

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