You’re a Big Apple girl; Off-Broadway enthusiast, Le Poisson Rouge wallflower, honorary happy hour-er, MoMA member, Stumptown Cafe regular, bona fide intellectual – the whole bit. Your anti-you city? L.A. Naturally. But when it’s five degrees Fahrenheit outside, suddenly the sunny, smoggy City of Angels sky doesn’t sound too shabby. Sure, there are more tropical <... >
After enough convincing and real life experience on my journey to the land of Kiwis, I discovered that the stress of my New York ways were melting away.
London, a posh city bustling with luxury shopping, a slew of hip pubs and nightclubs, divine tea and scones, and more than enough historic sights to explore, is sure to constantly impress time after time. A new luxury find, settled just a stone’s throw away from Hyde Park and amidst the luxury accommodations and shopping <... >
Living in Paris for six months, I found myself booking weekend holidays to the European namesakes, including London, Rome, Madrid, Dublin and so forth, but at that time I did not have a urge to travel to Scandinavia. Recently when an opportunity arose to travel through Europe for a period of time, I felt the <... >
Amsterdam, a city known for its eclectic nightlife and pegged an alluring youth hotspot is truly a trendy and bustling destination waiting to be explored.
For the more city bound travelers, Brussels, Belgium can give you a bit of the old world charm of Bruges with all the amenities of a thriving city atmosphere. From culturally rich museums, monuments, churches, and a royal palace, to streets lined with lovely cafes and luxury shopping galleries, Brussels has the right mix of <... >
Having traveled throughout the main tourist bound cities in Europe and having a particular desire to eat waffles, decadent chocolate, pomme frites, and try a variety of other Belgian delicacies, I found myself booking my travels for a week in Belgium. Beginning in the city of Bruges or as the Dutch call it Brugge, I <... >
If you grew up in the early 1980s like I did, the first thoughts that probably come to mind when someone mentions the country of Nicaragua are Civil War, Sandinistas, and the Iran/Contra Affair. Perhaps the image of such past events still cloud the way we Americans see this beautiful and lush Central American country. <... >
If you’ve done the peaceful beach vacation, and aren’t quite up for 24/7 tourism, Ireland is the best create-your-own escape you can plan. Despite being slightly larger that West Virginia, it’s a country that offers more than a few itineraries to choose from, no matter where your interests lie. I went for a week’s time <... >