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An abandoned home in Beachwood Estates.

Eerie photos show a neighborhood of abandoned million-dollar McMansions

Beachwood Estates was a neighborhood in an affluent suburb of Calgary, Alberta. Then the flood came.
An onsen in the Nagano Prefecture of Japan.

This Japanese cruise attendant’s job is to help Westerners feel comfortable bathing naked around a bunch of strangers

A Princess Cruises ship allows patrons to enjoy the Japanese ritual of bathing in an onsen, a hot spring-heated natural body of water. It's custom to get naked while in an onsen. Keep reading to find out more about one cruise attendant's unusual job aboard the ship.
Nemacolin Woodlands Resorts sits on 2,000 wooded acres in Pennsylvania.

This over-the-top luxury resort outside of Pittsburgh was inspired partially by the Ritz Paris and features a zoo, a private airfield, and a pet spa

If you want to stay at this 2,000-acre luxury resort in Pennsylvania, you can fly into the resort's private airfield and choose between three hotels, seven luxury vacation homes, and multiple townhomes. It will cost you anywhere from $229 and $3,500 a night.
Nemacolin Woodlands Resorts sits on 2,000 wooded acres in Pennsylvania.

This over-the-top luxury resort outside of Pittsburgh was inspired partially by the Ritz Paris and features a zoo, a private airfield, and a pet spa

If you want to stay at this 2,000-acre luxury resort in Pennsylvania, you can fly into the resort's private airfield and choose between three hotels, seven luxury vacation homes, and multiple townhomes. It will cost you anywhere from $229 and $3,500 a night.
Want a suite with an ocean view? You're going to have to fork over $66,999.

A new luxury world cruise will take you to 62 ports over 146 days. Here’s a look at the ship, where rooms go for $67,000 per person.

The luxury cruise line Seabourn's world cruise is taking the concept of kicking back while also seeing the world to the extreme. Its flagship Sojourn is set to visit 62 ports and five continents over 146 days in 2020. Take a peek at the luxury liner below.
Smoke pours from the twin towers of the World Trade Center after they were hit by two hijacked airliners in a terrorist attack September 11, 2001 in New York City.

24 powerful and moving photos from the September 11 attacks that Americans will never forget

It's been 17 years since the attacks of September 11, 2001. But for millions of Americans, haunting memories of that day are still fresh, and many lives were changed forever. Every year, we look back on that tragic day through the lenses of photographers who captured the attack and its aftermath.
Ultima Thule Lodge is 100 miles from the nearest road.

There’s only one way to get to this luxury lodge in Alaska that charges upwards of $8,000 per stay — and it’s not by road

Those staying at this luxury resort deep in the Alaska wilderness have to drive for hours — sometimes on gravel roads — to get to the nearest town, where they're picked up by a small plane. Ultima Thule lodge is 100 miles from the nearest road and it'll cost you a minimum of $7,975 to stay there.
Rich kids are touring colleges via luxury jet services.

Rich families are paying up to a year’s tuition at a time to do college tours by private jet

Luxury jet services are flying high school students and their families around the US to tour potential colleges, according to The New York Times. The services can cost as much as $60,000 — nearly three times the price of in-state public college tuition for a year.
Starcity is taking over a residential building in Los Angeles that was once used for housing interns at Snapchat parent company Snap Inc.

The trendy co-living spaces attracting millennials in New York and San Francisco are just the latest version of a concept that’s been around for...

As millennials look to cut back on costs, the number of renters living with roommates has been climbing, according to a recent article by The Atlantic. But today's co-living spaces are nothing new — they're just a modern-day version of yesterday's boarding house.
You'll have to snorkel out to visit this underwater sculpture garden in the Maldives.

A Maldives luxury resort that costs up to $3,800 a night has opened an underwater sculpture museum and the photos are otherworldly

A Maldives luxury resort has opened the nation's first underwater sculpture gallery with British artist Jason deCaires Taylor. Visitors can snorkel out to the partially submerged steel structure and swim among 22 sculptures. The creation is an effort to bring attention to climate change.