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Plagued by permanent wanderlust. DC native and lifer, but try to venture from the east coast as much as possible. Hipster adjacent.
DCA all the way.
My travel style
I love exploring cities, old and new (to me). I am a firm believer in a well-balanced trip – hit the must-sees efficiently while leaving time for leisurely strolling, eating and drinking as the locals do. Itineraries are important, but must allow for some creative freedom and embellishment!
On the widest stretch of sand in Mayakoba, this family favorite is a classic beach escape with a bonus dose of nature across the 240 acres of mangroves and jungle.
The Hoxton Paris
Hoxton brings its winning formula of well-priced, high-style rooms and welcoming public spaces to an 18th-century townhouse in the fun 2nd.
Saint Andrea Seaside Resort
Close to Naoussa, this sprawling resort is well set up for families, with townhouse-like accommodation and multiple pools.
Recently returned from:
Sunrise hikes in Joshua Tree.
Winding roads and stunning views on the PCH from LA to SF.
Fine wines and fine times in Sonoma, California.
Pre-pandemic Christmas markets and magic in Berlin and Paris.
Austria and Switzerland – Alps and spas with a view.
Road tripping in Portugal.
More of Italy.
What’s one thing you can’t travel without?
Noise-canceling headphones (I sleep better on planes than at home).
Two truths, one lie:
I was pickpocketed on my honeymoon in Rome.
I love road trips but have a fear of driving over bridges.
I got married in Greece even though neither my husband nor I are Greek.
Get in touch with Paige
Reach out to customize and book your own experience. Or, just to chat about travel in general.