My first time traveling with complete peace of mind. One word: insurance.
The most Seattlite of all Seattle hotels.
I have been lucky to be able to do my fair share of traveling and cruising. Although I have never been much of a “tourist,” I have had many near-paradise experiences over the years. Much of my cruising was actually done during Spring Break, so, I came up with the idea of suggesting some fabulous Read more »
Exciting rides, relaxing villa stays and bargain shopping in Lake Buena Vista, Orlando
The fall is the perfect time to take advantage of one of those great deals on flights to USA and head down to enjoy New York´s magnificent colors and ever so vibrant lifestyle. The million-colored leaves around Central Park create a unique spectacle, and there are fun outdoors activities and festivals all over the city and the Read more »
As I might head to NY City soon, after acquiring an addictive taste for it last Summer, I decided to find out what cool concerts were happening there during the rest of the Summer and early Fall. I was amazed at the quality and variety of the shows (and even surprised that some bands were Read more »
When you think of those spur of the moment Las Vegas flights, sustainability and environmental awareness are probably the last things on your mind. For over two and a half years now, the groundbreaking Citycenter complex has come to challenge everyone’s views of what Sin city represents. A creation by Art Gensler´s GENSLER DESIGN, partnering with MGM MIRAGE, Citycenter Read more »
Lake Como “This shore of the lake is one continued village, and the Milanese nobility have their villas here. The union of culture and the untameable profusion and loveliness of nature is here so close that the line where they are divided can hardly be discovered.” Percy B. Shelley A favorite spot for the most celebrated Romantic Read more »
I visited Hilo many times. Every single time, it rained at some point. Meanwhile, when I sailed into the other side of the Big Island, the sun was always shining. Apparently, there is a scientific explanation for this, but I won´t go into that now. I remember two special times fondly. Once, my Canadian friends Read more »
Who doesn’t know about the rich history of music from Chicago? Dixieland and Jazz ruled at the turn of thecentury, while the folk jams of the ’60s and the rugged rock of the ’80s and ’90s defined the nation’s, nay, the world’s tastes in their time. No matter who you are, and what you like, Read more »