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Hotel Review: Casablanca Hotel

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 […]

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Hotel Review: Sonesta Maho Beach

Because I’m married to the best man on the planet, for my 35th birthday in mid-March, B surprised me with a trip I’ve been nagging him to go on for years: a long weekend in St. Maarten to watch the planes land at Princess Juliana International Airport over Maho Beach. The preferred plane spotting hotel, […]

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Hotel Review: Four Seasons Prague

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. […]

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Hotel Review: Aria Hotel Budapest

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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Hotel Review: Iris Inn

We normally head to the Finger Lakes region of New York for Labor Day weekend, but unfortunately this year our schedules didn’t allow us to take that much time off of work. B & I wanted to continue our tradition of doing a combo hiking-relaxing weekend, so we headed two hours south of D.C. to Shenandoah […]

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Hotel Review: Annapolis Waterfront Hotel

While I’m always willing to hop on a plane & fly to Europe at a moments notice, yet for some reason I have a mental block on visiting places right in my own backyard. I’ve lived in the Washington, DC-area for over a decade, & yet never spent any time in nearby (read: 40 mins […]

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