Somerset House

Sometimes the best things in life are free, and an afternoon spent in the sun is most definitely one of those things. When I was recently in London, I took to the courtyard at Somerset

On Saying Yes

It’s easy to settle into routine, and yet while most of us are aware of the usual routine thing — the same breakfast, bedtime, or route to work — I don’t think most people realize

Musée de la Chasse

With tapestry walls and crystal chandeliers, the Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature may seem like any old palace-turned-museum in Paris, that is until you realize you’re surrounded by weapons and dead animals.

Museo di Storia Naturale di Firenze

Florence is a beautiful city, known for its Renaissance art and graceful architecture. Unfortunately, it seems everyone in the world knows this, and the city is practically swimming with tourists year round. If you’re looking

Gianfranco Mello

The studio of Gianfranco Mello, on Borgo Pinto in Florence, is a soaring space that allows you to get up close and personal with the works of the artist. Landscapes of Florence and Tuscany, portraits,

Rubin Museum of Art

The beautifully designed Rubin Museum in New York City feels more like a boutique hotel than a museum, but museum it is, with the world’s largest collection of art from the Himalayas and surrounding areas. 

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

Warm and inviting, Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum feels more like a home than a museum. But don’t be fooled — no one ever lived here, it was just designed to look that way, back