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Haret Jdoudna Restaurant- Lebanese Cuisine Jordan

The city of Madaba is known for its mosaics. On a recent expedition with Abercrombie & Kent. I was fortunate to eat at the beautiful Lebanese Restaurant Haret Jdoudna located right the Middle of the city. We dined on the outdoor terrace that had such an authentic feel with the old stone, trees and flowers. It was relaxing with a great …

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Food Whaleys DC

Whaley’s- Washington DC Waterfront

Living in Washington DC, I always wondered why the waterfront along the Anacostia River was not developed. Well, recently with the advent of the Nationals Stadium the water front has been developed with restaurants, bars, apartments and office buildings in the Navy Yards. Saturday night I had a dinner at Whaley’s, a great seafood restaurant right on Water Street on …

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Yona- Innovative Japanese Fare

I travel a great deal abroad and across the US and for that reason I sometimes overlook the great dining options in my own neighborhood. Yona located in Arlington, Virginia is a fantastic small Japanese restaurant with authentic and innovative cuisine. It is on a side street with a great ambience and small enough to receive great food and service. …

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The Rooftop by JG- Waldorf Astoria- Beverly Hills

I am fortunate that when I travel for business I am exposed to wonderful new hotels, restaurants, museums and an array of cultural activities. I try to make the most of my business travel by exploring new venues in each city that I visit. Recently I was in Los Angeles for business and I was fortunate to try the new …

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Food Travel Esquina Cabo

Restaurant Esquina- Cabo San Lucas

Restaurant Esquina located in the Bahia Hotel in Cabo San Lucas is a sophisticated but cool dining venue with a Moroccan themed terrace. A place where one can enjoy Chef Andres Bracamonte’s Mediterranean and Mexican inspired food and drinks while sitting on the terrace and listening to local live music. The scene is hip but relaxed, mature in a locale …

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El Farallon at Pedregal–Cabo San Lucas

At times there are magical locations that just take your breath away. The restaurant El Farallon is just such a place. Build into the cliffs with sweeping views over the Pacific one is taken aback by the natural beauty. With the rugged waves hitting the large rocks in the ocean and the shoreline, one feels like one is on a …

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Food Travel Maria JImenez Classic Mexican Cuisine

Maria JImenez- classic Mexican Cuisine

In the heart of downtown Cabo San Lucas sits the authentic Mexican restaurant Maria Jimenez. Located in a charming casita with bougainvilleas on the outside and traditional art and decor inside you get a real authentic feel in a tourist driven location like Cabo. They only accept cash so be prepared! The open air kitchen is covered with multi-colored handmade …

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Food Travel Ristorante Aurora Capri

Ristorante Aurora- Capri

Capri is a magical destination with sparkling clear blue water, stunning natural trails that lead to the water and great food. After a long day of swimming or boating it is fantastic to relax a bit and head out for a nice relaxing meal. Aurora is located right near the main plaza with great food and a see and be …

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La Capannina- Capri

Located off the main square in Capri is La Capannina, a wonderful classic Italian restaurant in business since 1931 and owned by the same family. Quaint and tucked away in a side street, you enter a fantastic dining venue where you are welcomed by the owner who is friendly and inviting. We were seated in the back room which had a …

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Sheerwater- Hotel Del Coronado

There comes a time when you are exhausted and you enter a venue that rejuvenates you. This was the case when my business partners and I decided to go to the Hotel Del Coronado when we were in San Diego for a GBTA conference. This property takes you back in time, one of the oldest wooden made resorts in the …

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