- Food & Wine,
- City Travel
A Chicago-native, raised in Los Angeles, with roots now planted in Denver. I have traveled to 45/50 states and have visited 14 countries (and counting). Francophile and foodie at heart – you had me at wine and cheese. My personal mantra = little by little, one travels far.
DIA – Denver International Airport.
My travel style
When visiting a new city, I love to plan out a jam-packed walkable day organized by neighborhood or points of interest. All stops are listed in order with wiggle room to drop or add in cool things as you go – especially when it comes to restaurants, bars and shopping.
Hotel Bristol, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Vienna
High-end hotel with posh rooms in the heart of Vienna.
$100 hotel / resort credit.
Upgrade & extended check-in/out whenever possible.
Palace Hotel, a Luxury Collection Hotel, San Francisco
Established in 1875, this historic hotel in Union Square is a bay area landmark for its Glided-Age architecture, classically-inspired, modern decor and their famous tea room.
$100 food / beverage credit.
Breakfast daily for two guests per bedroom in Garden Court Restaurant.
Upgrade & extended check-in/out based upon availability at check-in.
Arts-style hotel set in the theater with modern rooms.
Recently returned from:
Cruising to Bermuda – new found love for Dark 'N' Stormy cocktails.
Living my Home Alone 2 Christmas dreams in NYC.
Soaking up the sun in Palm Springs with my besties.
Attending a fancy Opera night to see La Bohème in Vienna, Austria.
An ethical elephant sanctuary in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
The W hike in Patagonia.
Eating all of the tapas anywhere in Spain.
Renting a camper van and following the Ring Road in Iceland.
One thing I can't travel without...
A printed travel itinerary – I'm old school.
Two truths, one lie:
I completed the Tongariro Crossing hike in New Zealand – take that, Mount Doom!
I went Skydiving in Napa Valley – literally took my breath away.
I stayed in a cave in the Loire Valley – not a fan of the centipede roommates.
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