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Tasty Travels: French Country Winter Soup

Tasty Travels: French Country Winter Soup

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When I was a student in Paris, a classmate invited me to her home in the Loire Valley for the weekend. We took the train from Paris and visited the cathedral in Chartres and several castles. February is a cold and damp time in France. I remember the pleasure of entering the kitchen in her […]

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Hawaii History at a luxury resort is seductive

Hawaii History at a luxury resort is seductive

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When I think of famous, elegant hotels – the Ritz in Paris, the Plaza in New York and the Pera Palas in Istanbul – come to mind. In the Hawaiian Islands a historic property joins the club of  bejeweled, historic hotels, the Mauna Kea Beach Hotel on Hawai’i Island. Fifty years of Hawaii history at […]

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New York’s Neighborhoods: Soho, Noho, Chelsea, Greenwich Village, and Tribeca

New York’s Neighborhoods: Soho, Noho, Chelsea, Greenwich Village, and Tribeca

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I visit New York about three times a year, usually alone, on business.  I’m going back to speak at the New York Times Travel Show and will report on new neighborhoods and “finds” soon.  On a recently trip with my twenty-two-year-old daughter we explored new neighborhoods recommended by her friends who live in the Big […]

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Celebrate the love of life in wine country of California

Celebrate the love of life in wine country of California

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A place to celebrate the love of life in the heart of Alexander Valley   There is still room at the table on the terrace overlooking the vineyards of Alexander Valley at the newly opened   Francis Ford Coppola Winery restaurant near Geyserville. The 88-acre property of rolling land includes sustainably farmed vineyards and embraces bucolic […]

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Black Truffles from Perigord, Tuscany and YES – Australia.

Black Truffles from Perigord, Tuscany and YES – Australia.

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  Aroma and the sweet taste of Perigord Truffles…and YES…from Australia. Expensive little fungi that the ancient Romans and Greeks though were an aphrodisiac. Well, I’m in good company; Louis XIV and Napoleon were also extremely fond of them. Black Truffle Cultivation Unlike the Italian white truffles, black truffles have been cultivated for decades. Cultivation […]

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A Dangerously Sweet Chocolate Festival in Florence

A Dangerously Sweet Chocolate Festival in Florence

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The pension where we students live provides breakfast and lunch, but not dinner, so most nights we eat at typical three course Italian meal at a restaurant; pasta, meat and a dessert. After inhaling such a large meal, we usually stroll around Florence. Last week we stumbled upon the famous Chocolate Festival in Piazza della […]

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Love is in the air. Candlelight dinner at 30,000 feet.

Love is in the air. Candlelight dinner at 30,000 feet.

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Dream on Marybeth.Who offers a romantic getaway that begins on a flight?   Turkish Airlines, recently voted Europe’s Best Airline for the third consecutive year, that’s who delivers. I had the pleasure of flying Turkish Airlines to Istanbul a few months ago and I was amazed at the level of service and pampered pleasure I […]

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Wine Tour & Tasting in Chianti

Wine Tour & Tasting in Chianti

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    Wine tasting in the Tuscan hills is a “must” while visiting Italy. Three other students and I rented a car in Florence and took off for a 12- hour tour of the Chianti Region, home of the famous Chianti Classico wine. We began with a three-hour hike through the vineyards. The vines were […]

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Weekend in the Tuscan hills

Weekend in the Tuscan hills

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  By: Annalyse, College Correspondent in Italy Studying (Sometimes) For my second weekend in Firenze, my friends and I decided we wanted to have a truly Italian experience, so we rented a car. We rented a mini compact car from Eurocar, for 70 Euro for a day full of adventures. When split between five people, it […]

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Shhhhh….San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter has a secret speakeasy.

Shhhhh….San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter has a secret speakeasy.

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A girlfriend and I were recently on Fifth Avenue in the heart of San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter looking for a bar. Actually, we were surrounded by bars – throbbing music, dancing disco lights and crowds of pretty party people. But we were looking for a secret place, a prohibition-style underground speakeasy.  We had an address.  […]

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