With its iconic Sahara desert, vibrant Berber culture, and colorful markets, Morocco draws you in and stays with you. With a driver and local guides we soak in the intoxicating beauty of this amazing country at our own pace while also experiencing the hopes, dreams and aspirations of its people. We will a trace a circular path through the country, exploring three of the four imperial cities of Morocco – the historical capitals of Meknes, Fez, and Marrakech.
Lured by its rugged peaks, deep, lush, blue-watered canyons, Orthodox monasteries, and walled fortress towns along the coast, my husband, Tom, and I chose to visit Montenegro as part of a larger trip to Slovenia, Croatia and Albania.
The thousand-year-old Camino de Santiago, known in English as the Way of St. James,
also known as the Road to Santiago or simply The Camino (the road), is located in
northwestern Spain and is the oldest tourist route in Europe.
On a recent trip to northern Spain’s Basque Country, I found a treasure trove of art, architecture and wine (along with some exceptional food and beautiful countryside), and learned how at least two of these – architecture and wine – have transformed the area.
Known simply as “Savannah’s hotel,” The DeSoto is, in many ways, a microcosm of the city itself.
Santa Fe, New Mexico is filled with wonder, wilderness, and a colorful history. It is one of my favorite places to visit over the holidays and has become a new tradition. The cool, crisp mountain air is delicious, with or without snow, and the sunsets are spectacular — the mountains become filled with a palette of brilliant colors, their layers and depth illuminated. There is much to do aside from enjoying the stunning sunsets, but let me first highly recommend finding a spot where you can sit and be still for this late day event.