The Midwestern state of Wisconsin is notable for exquisite scenery and more than a million cows. It’s also a foodie wonderland with vast and creative spreads of cheese, chocolate and beer. Read my story in Travel Awaits right here.
Grenada’s oldest rum distillery runs on a waterwheel and hand-stroked furnace. One of the joys of travel, for me, is sampling the local cuisine and intoxicants–and learning the stories behind them. A recent media visit brought me to River Antoine Estate, the oldest rum distillery in the island nation of Grenada. The privately owned distillery, […]
The Caribbean country of Grenada is seeing a strong surge of tourists and cruise ships these days. Why? The sunny skies and laid-back ambiance are givens, but there’s so much more to embrace. Here are 9 reasons for you to love the legendary “Spice Isle” right now: (Many thanks to Mount Cinnamon Resort and Beach […]
Mount Cinnamon Resort and Beach Club in Grenada is a luxury boutique hotel overlooking Grand Anse Bay. The Caribbean island of Grenada beckons with velvety soft beaches, lush rainforest, scrumptious culinary scene, and historic sites galore. And rum. There’s much to discover about Grenada, but first you’ll need a place to stay. I was recently […]
Tourists and cruise ships are flocking like shorebirds to the Caribbean country of Grenada. The draws are numerous: Velvety soft beaches, frothy waterfalls, verdant rainforests, and delectable cuisine dashed with local spices. And rum. Read my story in Journal & Topics Newspapers here.
Portland, Maine, was named 2018 Restaurant City of the Year by Bon Appétit magazine, and it’s not just for the lobster. The culinary scene is amazingly diverse and delicious, even moreso when you consider the northern seacoast city has a population of less than 70,000. Other cities that have received the honor in recent years […]
Portland, Maine, is a charming seacoast city with a funky vibe and rich architectural context. One of its gems is the U.S. Customs House. During my recent stay, Visit Portland Maine arranged for me to tour this fabulous building. Until the 16th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was ratified in 1913, Americans (with a few […]