Category Archive for: ‘Travel’

Travel San Clemente Palace

San Clemente Hotel & Resort – Venice

I was first hesitant to be stay on an island overlooking Venice as I wanted to stay in Venice proper to catch all the sights. The San Clemente Palace turned out to be a dream! The Island founded in 1131 overlooking the city of Venice with Lido in the background is stunning. San Clemente Island served as a staging point …

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Travel Bird In The Amazon

Birding in the Amazon …

I was never a naturalist until the day I met Jonathan Rossouw. Jonathan has such a passion for birding, photography and the outdoors that his enthusiasm is spellbinding and infectious! From Jonathan I learned about the different variety of birds and the beauty they possess. I met Jonathon when I was on an expedition he led in the South Pacific. …

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Travel Avoid Visa Woes

How to avoid visa woes …

I was contacted by Randy Hecht a journalist from The Boston Globe to share my insight in reference to visa processing and the issues travelers can face. It seems to be simple to just apply for a travel visa but there are many factors to consider which the article explores. Read full article here.

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Travel Salamander Resort

Salamander Resort, Middleburg VA – Oasis in the VA wine country

The Salamander Resort opened in August 2013 but you feel when visiting that the property has been open for a long period. The main structure consists of a gorgeous lobby flanked by two fireplaces, a stunning wood paneled library, two bars, a restaurant in the round and a full service spa. Further, the resort offers culinary classes for those interested. …

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Travel Monte Carlo Gleaming

Monte Carlo Gleaming

For me Monaco is not about Glitz & Ritz. It is where my family resides so I see it from a familiar prospective. I see people going grocery shopping, getting their car repaired and dealing with issues we all face on a daily basis. It surprises friends that visit with me how “NORMAL” they actually are. I adore traveling to …

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Travel NYC Through Eyes Of 5yrold

NYC through the eyes of a 5 year old

I have this love and Hate relationship with NYC. Love because my sister Sherry and my nephew Kamran live there. Hate because I feel like to have be active the whole time I am visiting because there is just so much to see and do! I feel that if I rest then I am missing out on this city that …

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Travel Tantalizing Istanbul

Tantalizing Istanbul!

Traveling transports my soul to another level. Being a daughter of a career diplomat I am fortunate to have grown up around the globe and my family still resides in many different countries. Further, being the CMO of a travel documentation company affords me the luxury of business travel both domestic & international that gives a chance to interact with …

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