Places

February 7, 2017
Six Sexy Hotels in Paris premium
Paris is most commonly known as the City of Light and the City of Love, but I’d like to add another nickname: the City of Lust. Defined as a strong desire, there’s a lot of lusting going on in Paris—lust for art, culture, fashion, wine, cheese, pastries, and, of course, the carnal kind of lust. […]
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January 25, 2017
Travel in Tanzania: Reflections of a Serengeti Safari premium
In 2016, I finally stepped foot in Africa, a continent that has long ignited my imagination. And although my Tanzania trip didn’t go off as planned, my time spent in the Serengeti set the bar incredibly high for all other travel experiences. It’s been nearly six months since I’ve returned home to Paris, but my […]
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January 23, 2017
3 Surprising things about Visiting Dubai premium
The first time I remember learning about Dubai came from Matt Lauer in his yearly segment, “Where in the World is Matt Lauer?” The Today Show anchor hopped around the globe to dream locations every day for a week. I can’t remember all of the Dubai details, but I do remember the World and Palm […]
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17 Fantastic French Experiences to Have in 2017 premium
As much as I adore Paris, there’s so much more to discover in the country outside of the City of Light. And since my first trip to France in late 2012, I’ve traveled extensively throughout the country, visiting every region, except the outlying territories. Though there are still plenty of items on my France to-do […]
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December 26, 2016
So, this is what I really did during my trip to Cairo premium
I don’t normally announce my travel plans prior to a trip. I’m a person who doesn’t hold her breath until things actually happen. Not only does it save myself disappointment, but also keeps me from having to explain why something didn’t work out as expected. So, when I popped up on Facebook Live on November […]
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December 17, 2016
Holiday Gourmet Gift Guide from Galeries Lafayette premium
One of the best things about traveling in France is discovering all the unique foods, and then eating as much as your pants will allow. Gorging on unpasteurized cheese and saucisson, while washing it down with a shockingly inexpensive carafe of Bordeaux, will inevitably leave you longing again for that gluttonous experience. Although, Americans can’t {legally} […]
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