I received an invitation from a friend to explore the wine, food and activities of the trending Czech Republic via Prague and South Moravia.
Many of us think we need to travel to Paris or Champagne to experience what France has to offer in the way of wine travel. I’ve been to both, and they were great, but I find the small, less known wine regions featuring family owned wineries to be much more intriguing.
A personal chef might seem like an outrageous luxury, but it might be just the ticket to making your holiday far more enjoyable.
Holidaying at a luxury vacation home rental in the USA can be as memorable as anything in Italy, St. Croix, or any other exotic locale.
One of my most unique wine escapades was the sunny summer afternoon I spent on a wine cruise aboard the Schooner Zodiac in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.
You won’t often find me and my $250 shoes in the midst of alligators, marsh and power walkers. Nor are you likely to find me in an open golf cart with the wind and elements blowing through my carefully coiffed hair.
Long after the kids have left the backseat empty and are on to their own adventures, there comes a time when adults pile in a car and are off on their own wild escapades.
There are tombstone tourists who plan vacations around the resting places of Hollywood stars and military gravers who track down Civil War soldiers.