I had the delightful treat of taking a business class train ride to Shanghai – five hours of incredible speeds of up to 300 km per hour. Here’s how I did it.
I’d love to help you book your UniWorld river cruise! Read on to find out why this is one of the most luxurious, value-packed, and fantastic vacation options for both you and your family.
Here’s how to take a beautiful scenic train ride along one of the most stunning vistas in Europe, even with limited time.
I just got this email from Princess Cruiselines, one of my top recommended cruiselines for Alaska itineraries! I just had to share because hello, sleddog puppies! If you’re interested in booking a cruise to Alaska, contact me. I’m a Princess Cruiseline Certififed Alaska Expert, and I’ll walk you through some different options to determine which […]
I worked with Sophia Curcio & her husband to help build a trip to Iceland that fit their travel personality and budget. Here’s the review and feedback she sent me afterwards. GUEST POST: TRIP REVIEW ICELAND By Sophia Curcio SUMMARY Dates: end of March Hotel: Hotel Klopp Days: Saturday departure from USA, Friday departure […]
I first stayed here in 2013 and have had the opportunity to return a few times to the delightful JW Marriott in Quito, Ecuador. My original 5-star ranking on TripAdvisor remains UNCHANGED and I continue to look forward to each stay at this hotel! Original review below. I stayed at JW Marriott in Quito after […]
Once in a while you get an opportunity to do something so amazing, you can barely believe it was real!
If you want to literally go off the beaten path, consider this horse trek through the Pululahua volcano crater in Ecuador, two hours from Quito (the ranch will come and pick you up near your hotel in Quito).
Scroll for more information about how we did and what it was like riding in a volcano crater!
A client contacted me with very specific requests about what to see during a 2 week trip to Italy. Here’s my proposal.
Make sure to visit the Grand Mosque if you’re ever in Abu Dhabi.
I was lucky enough to be in Hong Kong on Wednesday night, which is when the races run. It was a 10-15 minute walk from the metro station, but was relatively easy to find (follow some signs at first, and then eventually just follow the crowd). I went by myself but I could […]