Today, Perks is turning your attention to the all-suite-wonderlands known as The Venetian and The Palazzo. We’re bringing you UD-exclusive rates, automatic suite upgrades if available and two-for-one specialty cocktails. You just have to decide which exclusive package you want... Decisions, decisions.
Things to do for March 31, 2011
Coffee, Baseball and Your New Shades
The weekend is throwing out the first pitch.
Baseball Season’s Here, So...
The grass: freshly cut. The pennants: fluttering. The date: late March. Yet somehow, baseball season is here. These cards include space for scorekeeping, but also for the really crucial stuff—like who sang the national anthem, where you sat and what you ate. (We predict hot dogs.)
The Latest in Sunglass Technology
Now that warm weather’s almost back, you need a pair of shades you can wear to the beach and, when the moment calls for it, remove dramatically, David Caruso–style. Garrett Leight fits the bill, with metallic aviators and gold-tinted lenses. Iceman would approve.
Keep Your Coffee Hot with Science
Let’s talk coffee. There’s too hot to drink, too cold to drink, and then there’s just right—which the folks behind these thermodynamic coffee stones have calculated at 140 degrees Fahrenheit. That’s the temp these will keep your coffee—because 139 would be undrinkable.
Australian Style, Now Online
It’s time you started dressing like an Australian. Luckily, Vanishing Elephant just put their whole stock of cotton jerseys and desert-ready suits online for your perusal. Even better, everything’s in Australian dollars—which we’re pretty sure don’t count.
A Wake-Up Call from Your Watch
If only someone would design something that would slowly, silently wake you up at the exact right moment in your sleep cycle. Oh right, they did. And now someone’s made it in watch form—if only it also made coffee.