Recapping my stay at The Montage Palmetto Bluff

Recapping my first solo trip in a decade, using Expedia to plan my trip,

Patagonia had been on my bucket list from the moment I learned it existed. Acres of unspoiled nature, the famous towers, wild puma, glacial lakes, and herds of Guanaco. The remote location of Torres del Paine makes it difficult to get to, and therefore it is not a popular destination of tourists or locals – […]

Boulangeries have at least two types: a cheap, regular baguette, sometimes called a baguette ordinaire – and the delicious, artisan, baguette de tradition.

Finding the perfect holiday gift is always a challenge. In my never-ending quest to find the best products out there for a traveling lifestyle, these are a few of my favorite things for outside-the-box gifts that are guaranteed not to be returned, and definitely appreciated.

My first time on safari I was really worried about having the right things, but I quickly learned packing for safari is easy, and you don’t need to bring a lot. 

Come with me on a walking tour of New York City in my favorite items from the Spring Collection of Bensimon!

Neuschwanstein was my top priority on my first trip to Germany. It is a stunning fairytale castle, but I was one of nearly a thousand people there. It was hard to enjoy it while dodging large tour groups and waiting in lines.  As I began planning for my month-long road-trip through Germany last fall I […]

My favorite types of hotels are one with a story or a unique setting. Any hotel group can build a modern marvel, but after spending most nights of my life in generic guest rooms, I now seek out ones that are more than just luxury.

When I heard a historic tower from 1920 in downtown Columbus had turned boutique hotel I knew I had to see it

No Le Méridien is the same, and this one in downtown Columbus is owned by an avid art collector and his wife. Their impressive private collection is on loan throughout the lobby and bar, making for quite special hotel decor.