Category Archive for: ‘Travel’

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The Draycott- Pacific Palisades

I was just in Los Angeles for business and the fact that I was so close to the beach just lifted my spirt and my soul. There is something special about being near the sun, water and sand that places me in the best mood. Even business travel doesn’t seem so treacherous and mundane. I was fortunate to meet my …

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Palisades Village- Pacific Palisades

I travel a great deal for business, so I see all types of cities large and small all over the globe. What inspires me is when a community uses urban planning to their advantage and creates an environment that is multi-use and adds value to their community. On a recent business trip to Los Angeles I met my client at …

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Guggenheim Bilboa

My guest blogger this week is Kristen Zern who has been a friend and colleague for many yeas and a devotee of modern architecture. Kristin recently visited the Guggenheim Bilboa and her insight is listed below. I am a student and lover of contemporary architecture and am a devotee of the architect, Frank Gehry. For the past 22 years, since …

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Yikes! I don’t have any blank visa pages in my Passport!

We are all so busy that we can easily forget to check our passports for blank visa pages before international travel. We need blank visa pages for visa and entry stamps. Certain countries will not allow entry if a passport does not have any blank pages. Being the Chief Marketing Officer of Travel Document Systems I deal with many clients …

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Shellona- Greek Fare-St. Barths

I like to travel to St. Barths in the off season when I can take advantage of the island without the crowds. I can visit the stunning beaches such as Colombier, Grande Saline and Gouverneur to walk, swim, and just relax. It is truly a slice of paradise. St. Barths might be known for its ritz and glitz, but it …

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Ristorante Rosiello- Amazing Italian Fare-Naples, Italy

Naples Italy is a city full of authentic culture, delicious food and history. Many people see Naples as a gateway to the Amalfi coast, but I find Naples traditional, charming and real. I love exploring the side streets and immersing myself in the culture. The, architecture, museums and galleries provide a wonderful cultural journey into Naples. The food is specific …

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The New Saudi Arabian Tourist E-Visa

On September 27, 2019 The government of Saudi Arabia announced with much fanfare that they will start issuing E-Visas (electronic visa) for tourists traveling to Saudi Arabia. This E-Visa will be valid for one year for multiple entries. This is a historic move since before this announcement, Saudi Arabia did not issue any tourist visas. The country was basically closed …

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Barratolo- Italian Fare- Nemacolin

Getting outside the city is always a great idea for a change of scenery. I was recently at the Nemacolin resort in the Laurel Highlands of Pennsylvania for a corporate retreat. My stay gave me the opportunity to try the different restaurants on property. I am always obsessed about exploring and learning about a new location, especially one that is …

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Frank Lloyd Wright- Falling Water

On a recent business retreat to the Laurel Highlands of Pennsylvania I took the opportunity to go see Frank Lloyd Wright’s Falling Water. I had wanted to see Falling Water for a long time but every time I planned a visit something came up and I had to cancel. Since I was going to be 15 minutes away for a …

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Aqueous- Nemacolin Resort

I was just at the Nemacolin Resort for a corporate retreat and was taken aback by the beauty of the laurel highlands of Pennsylvania and the property. The resort is on over 2000 acres of land that compromise various hotels within the property for lodging, a spa, a sports activity center, a golf course, museums and restaurants. The grounds are …

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