Here’s some pointers to ensure you have a great time. Transportation: 1. Taxis generally require a long wait. 2. Buses are incredibly affordable and the schedules are listed at most places…that being said, the schedules aren’t always 100% accurate. 3. … Continue reading Mykonos: Sun, Sand, and Dance!
While last visiting my parents, I found myself heading to Crystal River, Florida. We took a tour to the Three Sisters Springs – a refuge for West Indian Manatees in the winter. The manatees (~500 last winter) come to the … Continue reading Clear Water in Crystal River, Florida
The global climate changes impacted the northeast and ski season significantly this year (think 60 degrees F in February). We took shelter from the February rain at Solstice and warmed up with some drinks while it poured. Continue reading Drinks in the Rain at Stowe
My parents and I were heading to central London for dinner and decided to take the longer route. With my iPhone out the window of the car, I was able to grab this shot of London at Christmas. Continue reading London at Christmas
A couple of weeks ago, I had the wonderful opportunity (thanks Sandra!) to attend a delicious eight course tasting menu at The Four Seasons Restaurant. Now what makes this visit worthy of a post? This restaurant has been a New … Continue reading Four Seasons: A Culinary Adventure
Fall has arrived, with jokes about pumpkin spice lattes and Halloween candy. Within the concrete jungle of New York City, the farms from the surrounding areas put up their stands and sell the fruits and vegetables they work so hard … Continue reading Colorful Markets in New York City
The Far Rockaways are about an hour outside of Manhattan. A $2.75 metro swipe can get you to one of the closest beaches to the city, and that is what most people think about. If you head the opposite direction … Continue reading Beyond the Beach: Rebuilding the Rockaways