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Family Christmas Magic in Wisconsin at Osthoff Resort

  Missing the old Christmas holiday, the one which is designed to pattern a child for decades to come with visions of sugar plums, songs deeply imprinted filling a young heart with love and of course the  jolly old… (more)

Movie Stars and Fine Dining at Chico Hot Springs

After leaving Bozeman for a stunningly beautiful drive through the mountains of Montana, we arrived at the very end of the road to an oasis. Recorded first in 1865 in an explorer’s diary, Chico Hot Springs became a mecca for… (more)

Charleston South Carolina Oozes Southern Charm

I was privileged to spend a few days in Charleston, S.C. last week.  It was a short business trip, but there was time to explore the fascinating city between meetings and events. A popular tourist destination, Charleston has been… (more)

You Gotta’ Love The Novotel at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport

The trip between the United States and SE Asia is long no matter how the flights are booked and the best airfares are usually ones that begin and end in Bangkok. We spend a fair amount of time in SE… (more)

The Fairmont Dallas: Elegance and Excitement

 “The Fairmont.” Merely whispering the name, “Fairmont” evokes images of fine dining in rooms of elegance, excitement and opulence. In 1969, The Fairmont Dallas became an instant and coveted site which was second home to high profile performers… (more)

Arizona Adventures

My husband and I recently spent five days in Arizona, visiting two places that had been on both our bucket lists. Our first stop in The Grand Canyon State was too long overdue.  We were finally… (more)

Paris: Villa de Saxe Eiffel, a left bank corner known to internationals

The headquarters of UNESCO is on the left bank not far from the Eiffel Tower. And if you want to meet “internationals” with business at UNESCO, a good way might be to stay at their chosen hotel. The Villa de… (more)