International Travel Articles
Bellamy's Restaurant on Bruton Place in London features classic, simple, French Brasserie style menu, excellent service and patrons such as Queen Elizabeth of England
Cancun is a place to live, to learn, and explore
Built in 1892, The Gore Hotel at 190 Queens Gate in London blends the characteristics of an art-lover's grand private home with the relaxed ambience of a decadent members’ club
Cancun's hotels are more than just a place to sleep but a way of life
Once the bad boy city of France, immortalized in “The French Connection,” Marseille is unfairly maligned by those who haven’t seen her lately
New Zealand is a carefree land and perhaps the most beautiful country in the world. I have decided that there are no bad views in this Eden, just changes of scenery
Hollywood is called the film capital of the world... "Non, non Monsieur, ce ne pas vrai, c'est ici," said my guide who was conducting a tour of the French film industry in Paris.
He was right. The film industry did begin in Paris, in the late 1800s
Mongolia is located between China and Russia. It is home of the legendary Chinggis Khan, nomadic herders, the Gobi desert, and rich folk tradition. Its Capital city, Ulaanbaatar, offers five-star accommodations and direct links to international hubs
In Zihuatanejo there are several hotels along the beachfront, each with its own style. If you really want luxury, try Villa Carolina... this boutique hotel has only seven suites in an adobe styled architecture, just up the road from the beach
Rio de Janeiro is a bustling, colorful and cosmopolitan city squeezed between the endless fantasy beaches and vertigo-inducing mountains of Southeast Brazil’s Atlantic coast... Rio’s people linger in the memory after my week-long visit
Justine, a Paris restaurant with a marvelous buffet frequented by locals
At a time when the high cost of fuel is forcing airlines to eliminate or cut back on food and amenities in economy class, some airlines are flying high with gourmet cuisines to attract and indulge connoisseur Business and First Class passengers
Yachting on the SeaDream I or SeaDream II (sister ships) can best be described as “living one’s dreams“
I am sorry to leave Istanbul, a city that welcomed me into its embrace and treated me like an Ottoman Princess. Turkey rates an A+ in my notebook of “Unforgettable Places and Memorable Visits”
If low key elegance and laid back pleasures are your style, welcome aboard the Papa Jo, as I was . . .
The Castille Paris hotel wraps you in its elegant embrace the moment you pass through its doors on the rue Cambon in the 1st arrondissement of Paris
Travel reps offered a "taste" of Alberta Canada at Chicago's Fairmont Hotel
The Ritz Carlton Istanbul is the ultimate in exceptional hospitality and impeccable service; every guest is treated as the hotel’s most important guest
The new Hilton 4-star resort hotel in the sleepy spa town of Evian-les-Bains is an idyllic lakeside getaway at the foot of the French Alps
You walk into the lobby of the Marriott Rive Gauche Hotel & Conference Center and say, “Wow!” The space is gleaming white and immense, and gives the impression more of a resort than a hotel in town - this is what Marriott calls "business chic"