Cueva de los Cristales, or Cave of Crystals: The limestone cavern and its glittering beams were discovered in 2000 by a pair of brothers drilling nearly a thousand feet below ground in the Naica mine, one of Mexico's most productive, yielding tons of lead and silver each year.
From 5-7 every night this place hosts L'Heure Verte where they serve absinthe in all its ritualistic glory. In fact, they'll even set it on fire for you if that's the way you like it. Even if you hate the licorice taste you'll still be in this glorious, Kelly Wearstler-designed room.
Would you believe this tranquil looking oasis is located on an island was once considered to be the preeminent Spice Island? Sounds pretty powerful? It was all about cloves. Forget cooking, cloves bring money and economic powerhousing. Grow, grow, grow.
For some reason I had always assumed these were man made but they're actually natural. Sadly, though, their beauty has meant people in the area have focused on the tourism of the terraces and not the preservation of them.
The lodge is fantastically located if you want to spend as much time on game drives as possible. You will no doubt see many of the big 5 animals around the lodge. The treehouse bungalows and welcoming staff also provide a very unique safari experience!
This spot has everything you want to get inspired. Apparently there are single AND double rainbows throughout the day due to the spray of the waterfall. It is also said that a Viking explorer buried a treasure somewhere behind the waterfall.
Although they have boutiques and kiosks all over the city, don't miss seeing their storefront at this location. Whether you have a sweet tooth or not this is one of THE classic buildings in Paris and something everyone should see.