Living in the Washington, DC area means the best of both travel worlds: some of the east coast’s greatest cities – NYC, Philly – are easily accessible, & yet the countryside is just a short drive away. One of my favorite places for a quick countryside stay-cation getaway is Lansdowne Resort, just outside the Beltway […]
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Seattle is one of my favorite places to visit: the people are kind & quirky, the food scene is top notch & wandering around Pike Place Market makes my heart happy. So when we booked an Alaskan cruise that left out of Seattle, I was looking forward to our pre- & post-cruise city stays almost […]
My love of Library Hotel Collection properties is pretty well known: after falling hard for the Library Hotel, I’ve also enjoyed stays at Hotel Giraffe & one of their newest properties, Aria Hotel in Budapest. But what about their original NYC hotel, a property consistently ranked number one or two in New York City on […]
Note: Due to the devastating impact of Hurricane Irma on St. Maarten, all Sonesta properties on the island (Maho Beach, Ocean Point & Great Bay) are closed indefinitely. Please check their website & Facebook page prior to making plans to visit & send a prayer up to those whose lives have been severely impacted by […]
During my first international solo trip to Prague last December, following our Viking River Cruise, I hemmed & hawed about where to stay before deciding on the Four Seasons Prague. My decision to stay there was largely driven by its location: right next to the Charles Bridge & a five minute walk to Old Town Square. […]
One of the first decisions we made after booking our Viking River Cruise trip was to fly into Budapest, our embarkation city, the day before to give us a chance to stretch our legs & explore a city that has long been on our travel bucket list. While there are many places to stay in Hungary’s capital, the Aria Hotel […]
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