If you want to see the creativity of New Yorkers, head to the Easter Parade and Bonnet Festival. At this informal procession (more like a meander) down Fifth Avenue, you’ll see a remarkable array of hand-crafted hats. It’s almost like Halloween, but it’s mainly limited to headwear. Although a few people do come in full costume, […]
The Metropolitan Museum of Art is a wonderful place to visit any time, but attending a party there afterhours on World Malbec Day was truly special. On April 17, Wines of Argentina celebrated World Malbec Day with a walk-around tasting at the Charles Engelhard Court in the American Wing of the Museum. Not only was the setting spectacular, but there were tango dancers and live music. The Argentines know how to throw a party!
Tivoli, the fairytale amusement park in the center of Copenhagen, certainly isn’t Disney World. It’s not even Disneyland Paris. It’s decidedly old fashioned and Old World. This is the Copenhagen of Hans Christian Andersen, not Arne Jacobsen. And that’s what makes it ooze with charm.
There was something magical about the horse-drawn carriages of Seville, Spain. Sure, they’re just about the only thing more touristy than taking a gondola ride in Venice. And to be honest, I wasn’t even tempted by horse and buggies in Seville — probably because we had a very active 11-month-old with us when we were there […]
When you’re planning a cruise, it can be confusing to remember the differences between the different cruise ships. Here’s a sponsored guest post that takes the guess work out of Celebrity Cruises fleet. Celebrity Cruises have taken the art of crossing the high seas to new heights aboard our ultra-luxurious ocean liners packed with amenities […]
When I go on a trip, I like to bring home souvenirs for my family (and, yes, for myself too). I usually like to purchase them at the end so I don’t have to bother carrying around and so that I feel like I’ve seen everything before I commit. Sometimes this works out, and sometimes […]
Harry Potter (specifically the lure of seeing the castle that starred as Hogwarts) was enough to get us to take a detour to Alnwick Castle in Northeast England on our drive from Manchester to Edinburgh. But when we arrived we learned that there’s a lot more to Alnwick Castle than being the location where they […]
I love New York City. I wouldn’t want to live anywhere else. (Except for maybe Barcelona, London or Rome.) But as much as I love New York, there are plenty of weekends when I just want to get away. All New Yorkers do — getting out of town is a sport we take seriously. I’ve […]
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