Hotel Deal in Cabo, Workout like a Model in Your Hotel Room + How to Get Fluffy Pillows at Home

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Here are a few of the things that caught my interest today.

Models spend just as much time in hotel rooms as other business travelers, but don’t have the luxury of relaxing their workout routine. Here’s an easy workout Model Irina Shayk shared with Vogue that you can do in your hotel room using just pillows, towels, and the couch, bed and table. There are even short videos so you can see how it is done. Need a little more help? Westin helps travelers stay fit while traveling, and will even lend you workout clothes to wear.

Travelzoo is offering a 3 night stay in Cabo including breakfast for two for $349. In a suite. With a view of the Sea of Cortez from your balcony. At a property Conde Nast Traveler readers dubbed one of the top 20 resorts in Mexico. Ready to put on your bathing suit yet?

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Hotel rooms are so wonderfully uncluttered and the pillows are always so fluffed. Here are some tips and tricks on how you can duplicate the ambiance at home, from various hotels via ABC News including Loews Hotels. Some tips I’ll use? Keeping LED bulbs no cooler than 2700 warm white to provide a cozier feel in the room, and throwing pillows in the dryer with a tennis ball to fluff them sky high.

If you have pets, you’ll definitely relate to this funny video about a cat (Simon’s cat series) that wants to tag along on a trip that includes a suitcase.

None of us lives in a vacuum, and in light of the tragic events in Belgium my thoughts and condolences go out to all those involved earlier today.

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