The Lérins Islands archipelago comprises two main islands Sainte-Al Marguerite, and Saint-Honorat, small islands just off the coast of Cannes.
Sarlat is a stand-out town in the magnificent Dordogne region of Southwest France.
The origin of the Cuban sandwich is messy and open for debate. Tampa and Miami both claim to be the birthplace of this iconic sandwich.
Punta Gorda is Old Florida, a part of the state that predates all the big-name attractions that draw tourists—but without the crowds.
Amman, the capital of Jordan, is an exciting with with many interesting culinary diversions and ancient history. Exploring wine and culture in Jordan.
Unsung and incredibly beautiful, New Brunswick is Canada’s best-kept secret. Seafood, outdoor activities, and whale watching plus the highest tides in the world.
Denver is full of interesting neighborhoods, and LoDo is definitely one of them. Find out about the breweries, history and shopping in Lodo Denver.
Bryan Texas is a town full of history and the home of Texas A&M University. It’s also a great place to watch a top level college football game.
Trade the bustle of the city for the sundrenched island of Koločep, shimmering in the Adriatic Sea, it is the southernmost inhabited island in the Republic of Croatia.
La Paz is an alternative in Baja to the touristy and crowded Cabo, discover the Malecon, the seaside walway in this lovely seaside town in Mexico.
I spent a week on French St. Martin with three other travel writers, savoring the flavors, spices, traditions, and cultural influences that set St. Martin apart.
Baja California Sur is across from the peninsula that makes up Baja and Cabo, but this eco adventure is rustic and Rancho Cacachilas is superb.