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The Craddock Terry Hotel in Lynchburg, Virginia.

Just before you arrive at the Craddock Terry Hotel, you are welcomed by the historic downtown Lynchburg, VA. I felt like I was transported back to Europe. Cobblestone streets and brick buildings lead the way to this incredible hotel.

The Ballantyne Hotel, Charlotte, North Carolina

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 →

Over Yonder Restaurant, Valle Crucis, North Carolina

Over Yonder is located in this charming historic little town of Valle Crucis, in western, North Carolina. The restaurant is about fifteen minutes west of Boone and right across the street from the famous and original, Mast General Store. The… Continue Reading →

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 →

Easter Egg Hunt, Blockade Runner Beach Resort, Wrightsville Beach, NC

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 →

5 best things about Luxlife Vacation, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

1. Quality is essential – Whether it’s about choosing your resort, selecting your vacation villa or your tour, Luxlife vacation focuses on high quality vacation experiences.  We regularly visit our partners to ensure they are maintaining the high standards that… Continue Reading →

Blockade Runner Beach Resort, Wrightsville Beach, NC

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 →

High Quality Tours: Land and Sea, New York City

It was a convenient, nine-minute walk from Hotel Elysee, located on 60 E. 54th Street in New York City, to Le Parker Meridien Hotel for our luxury tour of New York City with High Quality Tours.

April 2016: Executive Chef Chris Huerta

When Chef Chris Huerta welcomed me in the beautiful lobby of the restaurant, I was surprised to see such a young man. I had done my research of course prior to meeting him and I was not expecting such a… Continue Reading →

Bread and Tulips restaurant in New York City

To my surprise, the hostess directed us to an “underground” restaurant located beneath the beautiful Giraffe hotel where we were staying.

Hotel Giraffe , Boutique Hotel in NYC

As we arrived in front of the Hotel Giraffe, located on the corner of Park Avenue and 26th Street, you could see that you had arrived at a modern establishment.

Paint Nite

As an oil painter for over 20 years, I had no idea what to expect out of Paint Nite Durham! I was in for a treat!

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!

The Library Hotel, Boutique hotel in New York City

There is something magical about books. Always will be! For the people that know me personally, they know that when I get a book, I still smell the pages. I love old books, turning the pages, touching the story.

The Casablanca Hotel, Boutique Hotel in New York City

When I arrived at the luxury boutique midtown Casablanca hotel I was delighted to see that it was located less than one block from Times Square. It is the closest hotel in New York City to Times Square! 

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