I have traveled the world, I have stayed in many places, many boutique hotels, many bed and breakfasts, and many resorts. All have their charm and uniqueness. The Mandarin Oriental in Buckhead, Atlanta is in the category of “Ivy League”… Continue Reading →
I was so looking forward to this long drive that was going to take me to this famous OuterBanks. I was familiar, like most people, with Kill Devil Hills and Nags Head Island. Last year I had discovered Manteo, which… Continue Reading →
I love the United States, and have a soft spot for the old fashion villages that have rediscovered and redefined themselves. Valle Crusis, North Carolina is just that! The famous Mast General Store is here, where there is not a thing you could ask for and not… Continue Reading →
The Ballantyne Hotel has it all, beautifully appointed guest rooms, luxury spa, excellent golf, amazing restaurants (be on the look out for my Chef of the Month, Chef Tilman), large banquet rooms and perfect location on the southern side of… Continue Reading →
Arriving at the Historic Hotel of America in Luray, Virginia, the Mimslynn Inn, is like a beautiful, romantic and classic movie unfolding in front of your eyes.
The Ballantyne is a beautiful resort located on the southern side of Charlotte. It has a world class golf course located on the property and an equally exceptional spa! The Ballantyne has something for everyone. I was invited to The… Continue Reading →
The anticipation started when you walked in the Blockade Runner and could see all the Easter decorations, centerpieces and the Easter Bunny walking around and handing eggs from a basket to children. The kids were mesmerized to see the Easter… Continue Reading →
We arrived in Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina, at the Blockade Runner Beach Resort. It is the only resort in the area that is both on the sound and the Atlantic Ocean! It’s also only about fifteen minutes from Wilmington, North… Continue Reading →
The road that leads me to the quaint and charming town of Highlands, North Carolina, was sinuous and it was absolutely impossible not too stop to admire all the majestic views of the mountains and the waterfalls.
It took barely about 50 minutes from South Durham to drive west and arrive at the Celebrity Dairy Inn in Siler City.