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The Jefferson Hotel: Historic hotel in Richmond, Virginia

The Jefferson Hotel, is a five-star, Forbes rated property as well as a five diamond, AAA rated property, located in the heart of downtown Richmond, Virginia. The Jefferson Hotel property In Richmond is also a member of the Historic Hotels… Continue Reading →

Chef’s Palette in Cary, North Carolina

Dinner at Chef’s Palette was such a treat, especially after spending time in the kitchen with Chef Ryan Summers. We were seated in the dining room and given a table that had beautiful place settings. The dining room was beautifully… Continue Reading →

The Elysee, Boutique Hotel in New York City

The taxi driver pulled up in front of the red awning of the Hotel Elysee located on 60 E 54th Street, in the heart of Manhattan.  What a beautiful first impression!

Vineyard Rides at Chalk Hill Winery

The tour was set up such as first it was the horseback ride through the vineyard, second it was  the wine tasting. What an incredible afternoon on the trails with beautiful retired polo horses. We meet with Rafael, a retired polo player,  you can… Continue Reading →

Segway tour with Charlotte NC Tour

We meet and went uptown, I had never been on Segway, I was scared a little, from the outside,  it looks kind of dangerous. The Tour that we had been sign up on was the one for 1.5 hour around… Continue Reading →

Photo and Quote: Italy

  I took this photo in the famous little historical village of Lucca, in Toscany, Italy.

Photo and Quote: Martinique

The beach of white sand with views of Diamond Rock off shore in “Pointe Marin” in Sainte-Anne is one of the most beautiful beach of the country of Martinique. Here at sunset.

Hidden Gem Culinary spot: Youssef 242, Hickory, North Carolina

I was so delighted when I found out I was going to have the opportunity to review the Restaurant Youssef 242, in Hickory. The name had been mentioned, I had heard wonderful things about it. I, honestly , was not… Continue Reading →

Cheap flights to Martinique as an intro launching rates!

Flying from the Usa to the French Island of Fort-de-France is not so impossible because it takes too long, or is too expensive anymore. Norwegian is launching a new service route from Boston, NewYork and Baltimore. The best part…$178 round… Continue Reading →

Beach of Cap Chevalier, Martinique

Beaches of Cap Chevalier are among the most beautiful beaches of Martinique. These beaches are incredibly sumptuous. Palm trees, white sand and clear blue water make the beach of cap chevalier very popular in Martinique. Wood rafts (Yoles) are left on… Continue Reading →

True perfection: Rum Clement, Martinique

The Habitation Clément is truly the birthplace of the Rhum Agricole. Located in Le Francois, it still maintain the tradition and the culture of an old sugarcane plantation Créole. The Hayot family restored it to keep it a Martiniquean cultural icon. Thousands… Continue Reading →

Excursion to “Les Fonds Blancs et La Baignoire de Josephine”

A must do, when in Martinique, is an excursion to “Les Fonds Blancs et la Baignoire de Josephine”. La Baignoire de Josephine is situated at the East of the Island, across from “Le Francois” and between the tiny islands ( Ilets)… Continue Reading →

The Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn and Spa

It was a pleasure to stay at The Fairmont Mission Inn and Spa. I was there for 4 days and what an incredible experience. As usual I look for the food quality, the service and the accommodations. It was incredible… Continue Reading →

Charleston Article Published

I wrote an article: “A perfect Southern afternoon: Charleston in less than 5 hours” last May. It was of course published on the blog but today I had the opportunity to see it on a hard copy of the Magazine…. Continue Reading →

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