Situated on 2,000 acres, Nemacolin Woodlands Resort is located in the Laurel Highlands of Southwestern Pennsylvania. Continue reading “Visiting Nemacolin Woodlands Resort at Christmas Time”
This week my husband and I are celebrating our anniversary. The day brings back so many wonderful memories of our wedding, I’d like to share the details of our special day with you.
For anyone with plans to visit Washington DC, I highly recommend seeing the USMC Silent Drill Team Sunset Parade.
Recently selected as one of the “100 Most Scenic Restaurants in America”, the Edgewood Restaurant does not disappoint. Continue reading “Dining at the Edgewood Restaurant in Tahoe on Valentine’s Day”
Located in the heart of Beverly Hills along Canon Drive, Spago is Wolfgang Puck’s flagship restaurant, known for serving California cuisine.
During a recent Family vacation out West, we attended the 2019 Grammy Awards in Los Angeles and traveled to South Lake Tahoe to go skiing at Heavenly. Continue reading “Our Skiing Adventure at Lake Tahoe (Heavenly) – the Good & the Bad”
WOW! I still can’t believe we had the opportunity to attend the Grammy Awards LIVE in LA. We will remember this once in a lifetime experience forever. Continue reading “Attending the 2019 Grammy Awards in Los Angeles & Preparing for the Event”
The fabulous state of Indiana is rich in history and home to the “eighth wonder of the world”. Continue reading “A Look Inside The West Baden Springs Hotel & The French Lick Resort”
It has been a long and cold Winter in the Washington DC region this year, but signs that Spring weather is approaching…and here to stay…are evident. Continue reading “Cherry Blossom Branches – Washington D.C.”
Cherry Blossom Season in Washington D.C. is arguably the most beautiful time of year in the Nation’s Capital. The season attracts visitors from all over the world to come and see the spectacular site of thousands of blooming cherry trees. Continue reading “Visiting the Cherry Blossoms in Washington D.C.”
In the Bluegrass state of Kentucky, the bourbon industry accounts for $8.5 billion in business annually, and Bourbon tourism attracted over 1 million distillery visits last year, attendance tripling over the past decade. Continue reading “Visiting Kentucky’s “Buffalo Trace” Bourbon Distillery”
During the cooler months, nothing beats the blues like a warm cup of Tea. While the custom of drinking tea dates back to the third millennium BC in Asia, it was not until the mid 19th century that the concept of ‘afternoon tea’ first appeared. Continue reading “Afternoon Tea at the Ritz”
The “Inn at Little Washington” is a very special place for my husband and myself. It was at this Inn that my husband proposed to me some 17 years ago. And I said Yes. Continue reading “Wedding Engagement at the “Inn at Little Washington””
Everywhere you look, Teahouses are popping up around the country. A teahouse is an establishment that serves tea and light refreshments. It appears to me, that soon teahouses will become as popular as coffee houses. Continue reading “Nemacolin Woodland Resort – English Tea Time”
One of our families favorite “haute” resort destinations is located in the mountains of West Virginia. This National Historic Landmark has been welcoming guests from around the world since 1778. The Greenbrier Resort in located in White Sulphur Springs, WV. Continue reading “Take a Tour of “The Greenbrier Resort””