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Travel Queen Mary Experience

Queen Mary Experience- Long Beach, California

Guest blogger, international traveler and marketing guru Kristin Zern is taking over the reins of my blog this week to write about her experience aboard the Queen Mary. She writes as follows: I have always been passionate about the history of WWII, an event that totally transformed our civilization. Those times were both thrilling and terrifying. Among other things, women …

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Travel San Angel Mercado Art Fair

San Angel Mercado (market) & Art Fair- Mexico City

On a recent cultural trip to Mexico City I went with a group of ladies and our amazing guide Juan Carlos to the San Angel Mercado (market) and art fair which is held each Saturday in San Angel a charming part of Mexico City. It was love at first sight for me because I adore the old world environment and …

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Fashion El Plactio De Hierro

El Pacio de Hierro- Luxury Shopping- Mexico City Style

I was fortunate to meet the developers of El Palcio De Hierro on a recent trip to Mexico City and after all I heard about this new flagship location, I had to go pay a visit. I was not quite sure what to expect regarding this high end Mexican department store. El Pacio de Hierro is the high end counter …

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Travel StRegis Mexico City

St. Regis Mexico City- A home Away from home

I recently spent some time in Mexico City on a cultural tour. I had the opportunity to stay at the St. Regis Mexico City which is a dream. Half residences and half hotel, you feel cocooned in luxury rather than being in a bustling hotel in a major metropolitan city. From the moment I arrived I was whisked to the …

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Art Museo Soumayo

Museo Soumaya- Mexico City

I am enamored with Mexico for its embracing culture and hospitality. On a recent cultural trip to Mexico City I was blown away by the varied and impressive local and international art that I witnessed. So much has been written about Carlos Slim’s Museo Soumaya that it was first on my cultural list to visit. The imposing structure by Mexican …

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Art Javier Marin Mexico

Javier Marin- Mexican Artist Extraordinaire

On my travels I am so fortunate to come across global artists that allow me to experience their vision. After a recent trip to Mexico City on an art expedition I came back speechless. Mexico City has so much to offer in varying types of art coupled with the exhilarating cultural scene and the warmth of the people the city …

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Art Jumex Museum

Jumex Museum- Mexico City

On my most recent trip to Mexico City the viewing of the new museums was high on my list. The Jumex Museum was on my short list because it is one of the largest private collections in Latin America. Further, the art is controversial and the building designed by my favorite British architect David Chipperfield is earthy but grand. The …

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Travel Vail

Mesmerizing Vail

My friends are traveling to Vail Colorado after business travel in Denver and asked me what my favorite spots are for them to visit. I had to think for a minute as what I remember most about Vail are the long ski runs, the scenic beauty and the feeling of tranquility I obtained while being in enwrapped in this beautiful …

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Travel Foxfire Middleburg

FoxFire- Creative Objects of Art- Middleburg Virginia

I adore Middleburg Virginia for being so close to Washington, DC but in reality so far away with its winding roads, quant main street, local inns, resort and restaurants. When I need a dose of tranquility, I get in my car and make the drive to be transported to this natural & soothing environment. My family spent Christmas in Middleburg …

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Food Travel Hunters Head Tavern

Hunter’s Head Tavern- Upperville, VA

The Middleburg and Upperville areas in Virginia are just an hour’s drive from Washington DC but a world’s away when it comes to peace, tranquility and nature. I try to visit this area whenever I feel the need to get away from the confines of the city and be immersed in nature. During a recent holiday stay I came across …

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