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The "waterbed" in the infinity-edged pool
Dorado Beach's crescent-shaped beach
Blueberry Pancake at Mi Casa
Lily pads by the arrival courtyard
Spa Botanico's Shade House
Positivo Sand Bar
There are currently only two Ritz-Carlton Reserves in the entire world, Phulay Bay in Thailand and Dorado Beach in Puerto Rico. Future locations include Los Cabos, Mexico; Muscat, Oman; Tamuda Bay, Morocco and West Caicos, Turks and Caicos. Dorado Beach introduces an exquisite five-star have…
EAT: Fish Tagine
SHOP: A section on the souk that specializes in traditional Moroccan lighting.
CHILL: The Sky Lounge at the Hotel Delano
SHOP: Moroccan trinkets at the souk
SLEEP: The courtyard at Riad Zaouia 44
WANDER: Sunset at the Jemaa el Fna
WANDER: Evening activity at the Jemaa el Fna Square
EAT: Tourists contemplate an authentic meal at I Limoni
Murray’s Cheese is a Greenwich Village institution.
The famous Joe’s Shanghai Soup Dumplings
The constant coffee line at La Colombe
The red hue at An Choi in the Lower East Side
Brunch at Bar Tabac in Brooklyn
Late night bar scene at Employees Only in the West Village
Filipino Pork Sisig at Pig & Khao
Lunch scene at Monument Lane in the West Village
Parsley and Garlic Escargot at Jean Claude in SOHO
Baked Eggs at Monument Lane
A table spread at Kuma Inn
Funghi, Taleggio and Fried Egg Pizza at Otto
Pre-meal training at Eataly
In my role as a travel writer, food critic and blogger, I am often asked for my recommendations for the best places to eat in most popular destinations. There are amazing restaurants in most American cities, though I would say that New York City tops my list as the city with the most diverse…
A Good Reason To Visit – You are not going to find a more iconic hotel front porch in the America than The Grand Hotel’s 660 ft. long wooden porch on Mackinac Island. An oversized American flag swish with the lake breeze in front of the hotel’s white facade with majestic views of the Straigh…
The Grand Fountain at night
The main dining room at the Grand Hotel.
The Grand Fountain.
Afternoon tea in the hotel's lobby
The Grand's hotel staffers fold one of the American flags on the front porch.
A guest room designed by Carleton Varney at the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island
Two of the Grand Hotel's iconic symbols - the hotel's horse drawn carriage and front porch.
Buenos Aires’ food scene continues to evolve after each of my visits. Of the many eateries I visited this year, here are five that you must add to your BA itinerary.
Table for two at Cocina Sunae
Parilla El Pobre Luis in BA's Chinatown
Filipino Sisig at Cocina Sunae
The Red Room at Lele de Troya
Plate of Empanadas at Na Serapia
Ceviche at Sipan Palermo
If I were to choose one must-experience place in each city that I visit, the city's historic market would most likely be my choice destination.
A shopper orders from his favorite fishmonger.
The market has an abundance of prepared foods such as this pickled Italian mix.
The Mercado de Municipal de Sao Paulo
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