Category Archives: Travel
Just over a year ago, I went out on a photo mission for the Boston Globe with specific requests for images of
The medieval village of Tabiano Castello is one of the many such charming hill towns to be found in the maze of
This review has been a while in coming, but it was certainly worth the wait. Since spending so much time in
It seems that Carmel is not the only place on the Monterey Peninsula with a claim to treasure troves. As I was
During my stay in Carmel last fall, I took a couple exploratory side trips to nearby Pacific Grove. Set smack
Given that everything is so charming in Carmel, it was not possible that inns & b&bs should not be.
Oh yes, those spinach gnocchi au gratin are home made and oh-so-good! They are a popular appetizer in both the
It was late summer. It had been raining in buckets all day, and the whole thing was wrapped up by a major
I thought it was time to take you to Italy for a little while, specifically my home town of Varese. I have not
Don’t you just love it when famous places live up to their reputation? Bouchon Bakery is one of those.
Welcome back to lovely Carmel-by-the-Sea! I hope you are ready for another exploration, because there is just
So you have enjoyed a nice stroll down treasure-filled Dolores Street, bought a hat at The Prestige, and had a
Imagine Egypt without political unrest, a time where you could safely travel there as a visitor and be able to enjoy
I will not dilly-dally into this, but cut to the chase: Parker-Lusseau is THE best bakery/patisserie in the
Set in one of the oldest residential areas of Monterey, and nestled in a beautiful English-style garden, Old