Category Archive for: ‘Travel’

Food Travel Caffe Greco Rome Feature

Caffe Greco- Delicious Coffee and Ambiance- Rome

I was recently in Rome for a short business trip but business travel will not deter me from experiencing some La Dolce Vita while in Rome. I adore sitting at a café and just people watching in this stunning city. One of my favorite places to grab a coffee is Caffe Greco on the Via Condotti. Close to where I …

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Food Travel Beniot NYC

BENOIT New York- Alain Ducasse

Benoît by master French chef Alain Ducasse is a fantastic bistro in mid-town Manhattan. With a café and more formal restaurant, this bistro serves great food at affordable prices with a fun Gallic ambience. My sister invited me for brunch on a Sunday while I was in New York for business. Since it was restaurant week, Benoit was offering a …

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Sant Ambroeus- Mouthwatering authentic Italian dining- New York

I had the pleasure of dining at Sant Ambroeus on a recent trip to New York. Sant Ambroeus hails from Milan, founded in 1936 and is your typical Italian, high end coffee house and restaurant. When you enter, there are small tables with the coffee bar on one side and an amazing display with an assortment of small tantalizingly sandwiches, …

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Food Travel Pietro Valentini

Pietro Valentini- Family run dining in Rome

I love to travel and eat good healthy food that represents the country I am visiting! Italy is not only a feast for one’s eyes but for one’s stomach. I adore visiting small family run dinning venues that capture the essence of the culture. On my recent short trip to Rome I was fortunate to dine at Pietro Valentini, a …

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Sylvestre-Unique Dining-Mexico City

I love to explore and find dining venues that are frequented by locals. To emerge myself in a culture allows me to truly understand a country I am visiting. I try to find restaurants that are either run by local chefs or have an interesting ambience. Sylvestre Amador Mexicano is in Polanco Mexico City and housed in a beautiful townhouse …

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Travel Art Xochimilco

Xochimilco- A unique & festive boating experience!

I am crazy about Xochimilco, a borough of Mexico City known for its canals and floating trajinera boats because it is truly an authentic and fun experience. You rent a trajinera boat which is usually decorated very festively and set off on the canal with a driver handling the boat. Once you set sail, the festivities occur. You can eat, …

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Ballet Folkloric- Mexico City

I adore Mexico City for its varied art and cultural scene. As the capital of Mexico, the city has so much to offer. Like any city with 20 million inhabitants it is important to be able to stroll in a park like Chapultepec park which covers 1,600 acres to relax, reflect and take in the sights. With lakes, forests, flora …

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Travel Food Porfirio MexicanCuisine

Porfirio’s delectable Mexican food- Mexican City

Located in the chic neighborhood of Polanco is Porfirio’s, a fun neighborhood dining venue with a large selection of Mexican cuisine, libations and desserts. The ambience is loud, jovial and entertaining with live musicians and music videos playing and creating a fun atmosphere. The food is fantastic with fresh ingredients, novel preparations of classics like fish tacos and delicious guacamole. The …

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The Dabney- creative food- Washington DC

Recently I visited The Dabney, a locally owned and Michelin stared restaurant in Washington DC located in a quaint alley. The creative restaurant with a large open air kitchen and a wood burning oven produced mouth watering selections. The ambiance is casual but it is obvious the team at the Dabney is serious about their cooking and preparation.   With a …

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My Due Diligence for Holiday Travel

Holiday travel is exhilarating and frustrating at the same time! When it goes well there is nothing better than being with family and friends but when it goes astray you end up spending hours at an airport waiting.     What I have found due to many years of business travel is to make sure all due diligence is made …

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