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Wednesday, April 17th, 2013

Savannah’s Grand Lady: The Inn at Ellis Square

Savannah celebrates a long-lived tradition of southern hospitality with a local treasure, Savannah’s Grand Lady on Bay aka the Inn at Ellis Square. Nestled in a prime location just minutes from the Riverfront and the City Market, the Inn at Ellis Square is a special blend of old and new world charm featuring 195 well-appointed

Thursday, August 16th, 2012

A Savannah Summer Sojourn: Azalea Inn & Gardens

Savannah’s storied past and stunning architecture are reasons enough to visit Georgia’s celebrated river city. But it is Savannah’s breathtaking natural beauty – the moss-draped live oaks, the Little Gem Southern Magnolia tree, and the brightly colored...

Thursday, May 24th, 2012

A Photography Adventure Along the Carmel Coast

If you’ve ever strolled around the shops and galleries in Carmel, California, then you might have come across the Robert Knight Gallery (one of only four photography galleries in Carmel, by the way). His amazing photographs of...

Monday, February 6th, 2012

The Clifton Inn; Charlottesville, Virginia

Classic Elegance & Refined Southern Hospitality Rolling hills speckled with vineyards, sprawling country estates, horse farms and historic homes make up the scenic backdrop of lovely Charlottesville, Virginia. Offering an abundance of natural beauty, history and urban sophistication, Charlottesville is...

Monday, February 6th, 2012

Classic Elegance

Rolling hills speckled with vineyards, sprawling country estates, horse farms and stately historic homes is the scenic backdrop of Charlottesville, Virginia. Offering an abundance of natural beauty, history and urban sophistication, Charlottesville is truly a special place....

Friday, December 23rd, 2011

Cuenca (Part 2)

Ecuador’s Captivating Colonial Mountain Cities (Part 2): My Ecuadorean adventure continues as I travel nine hours south of Quito to Cuenca. This charming colonial mountain city is located 8200 feet above sea level in a verdant valley...

Wednesday, December 7th, 2011

Ecuador’s Captivating Colonial Mountain Cities – Quito and Cuenca

A Two Part Series of Discovery (Stay-Tuned) My first visit to Ecuador was nearly eight years ago. My trip at that time focused on experiencing the magnificent Galapagos Islands on Ecuador’s Pacific Coast; the islands are truly an...

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