- Quebec City,
- Southern California,
- City Travel,
- Solo Travel
Lawyer by day when not distracted by wanderlust. San Diego based, dual citizen (Lux/US). Lover of design hotels, local liquors and everything caffeinated.
San Diego but willing to drive to LAX for a clutch fare.
My travel style
I prefer locally oriented boutique hotels or unique stays with thoughtful inclusion of local culture, history and businesses. While traveling, I love urban green spaces, public transportation and imbibing in local brews, liquors and chips. I always hunt for a good jazz bar and a new body of water to jump into. My one travel rule is to always save time to wander aimlessly in your location and drink in its essence. The only downside of traveling is leaving my dog.
Masseria Le Torri
Countryside property in a former 17th-century farmhouse with sleek rooms and suites.
Ace Hotel New York
Handsome rooms from bunk-size to suites, plus a slam-dunk nightlife and dining scene just an elevator ride away.
Hotel del Coronado, Curio Collection by Hilton
A San Diego icon with its signature red turrets and a mix of traditional Victorian and more contemporary rooms.
$100 food / beverage credit.
Upgrade & extended check-in/out whenever possible.
Recently returned from:
Celebrating my honeymoon on a road trip through Puglia.
Spending a long weekend in London solely to see Abba Voyage.
Taking a solo week adventure through Quebec to practice my French.
Camping with my siblings on a road trip through Northern Arizona and Utah.
Thailand – Bangkok, Chiang Mai and the beaches.
Wine tasting in Mendoza, Argentina.
Christmas markets in Bavaria with my mother.
Overwater bungalow off Panama's Caribbean coast.
One thing I can't travel without...
Travel size sketch book.
Two truths, one lie:
I once traveled internationally with an expired debit card and no cash.
I have been detained by immigration returning from Mexico.
I accidentally carried a pocket knife in my carry on, and the TSA didn't stop me.
Get in touch with Amy
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