Social Distancing Outdoors, The Right Way

435Shares 0 0 435 0 Redefining the term wild during coronavirus and why being outside and social distancing outdoors is a mentally and physically critical part of surviving this pandemic–when done the right way. One thing should be made clear before you read on. I am not encouraging people to head to crowded trails and […]

Best Skiing in the French Alps: A Beginner’s Guide

924Shares 0 0 924 0 No planning involved, just enjoy the ride. Skiing the French Alps in March with Ski Itineraries is scenic, fun, and culturally immersive. Who could’ve known that skiing the French Alps in March was even possible? During our time in Europe in late March, we skied from Italy to Switzerland, we […]

Captain Nick’s Rock-N-Roll Bar, Block Island Night Life

146Shares 0 0 146 0 If you’re looking for a good time, super cool fisherman-inspired decor, and amazing live music bands, then head over to Block Island’s Captain Nick’s Rock-N-Roll Bar. Ocean Avenue in Block Island gets a whole new level of energy when its seasonal watering hole, Captain Nick’s Rock-N-Roll Bar, reopens for the […]

Place Des Vosges: The Most Beautiful Square in Paris

37Shares 0 0 37 0 Place des Vosges, the oldest planned square in Paris, is also considered one of the most beautiful squares in Paris. Here’s why. Located in the 4th arrondissement, Places des Vosge was built in the 17th century by Henry IV. It was originally called Place Royale, but not because it was […]

Dine in the Sky: L’Oiseau Blanc, The Peninsula Hotel

651Shares 0 0 651 0 Hungry for Paris? Dine in the sky with glamorous star-studded views of the Eiffel Tower from L’Oiseau Blanc restaurant at The Peninsula Hotel Paris. The most luxurious and quintessential of Parisian experiences is dining with an unpenetrated bird’s eye view of the Eiffel Tower. No place can this iconic moment […]

Visiting The Cliffs of Moher from Dublin in December

843Shares 0 0 843 0 Just because it’s winter doesn’t mean you can’t visit the Cliffs of Moher’s majestic beauty. Here’s my experience visiting the Cliffs of Moher from Dublin in December. This was the question I came across when planning my trip to Ireland, “Can you visit the Cliffs of Moher in December?” It’s […]

Where to Stay in Paris: Hotel Mansart

1KShares 0 0 1K 0 Sleep in what feels like a historical museum at Hotel Mansart. The perfect place for a peaceful retreat or long-term stay in the first arrondissement. If you know me, my selection for places to stay is never random. It’s never based on the cheapest place to stay, special deals, or […]

Bread 41: Get a Loaf of This Before It Becomes Popular

499Shares 0 0 499 0 We were one of the first to discover Bread 41’s pastries and breads and got a behind-the-scenes look at the bakery before it became all the rage in Dublin. We checked into the Trinity City Hotel in Dublin early Friday morning. As usual, we couldn’t wait to be out and […]

Stay at The Waterhouse at South Bund, Shanghai

1KShares 0 0 1K 0 A sense of curiosity and meaning is what leads a traveler to staying at The Waterhouse at South Bund over any other boutique or hotel in Shanghai. The owner of the Unlisted Collection hotel group, Loh Lik Peng, is a pioneer in launching unique properties in undesirable neighborhoods. The Waterhouse […]

The Annual Breckenridge International Snow Sculpture Championship

3Shares 0 0 3 0 What better way to kick off the winter season in Colorado, then with the traditional, annual Breckenridge International Snow Sculpture Championship. The concept of snow carving goes as far back as the 1960s. It started during Breckenridge’s famous Ullr Fest, pronounced Oool-er, a festival dedicated to the Norse God of […]