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

Parc des Buttes-Chaumont

Located in the 19th arrondissement of Paris, the Parc des Buttes-Chaumont is one of my favorite fairy tale places in Paris. Somewhat removed from the main area of the city, this park always feels entirely

Naps in the Tuileries

From streetstyle stars to hordes of tourists with their parasols and bossy guides, everyone makes a stop at the Tuileries in Paris, just by the Louvre. This is one of the most quintessentially Parisian destinations,

Revel Resort

I recently went to Cancun, and the trip away was exactly what I needed. A bit of glitz, and just the feeling of being away. A little bit ago I was feeling the same way,

Summer on the High Line

Summer in New York City is pretty awesome — New Yorkers suffer through abominable snowstorms and wind, and our reward is a beautiful summer, albeit hot and humid on the subways. This year, however, has

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

Brattle Street Books

The last time I was at Brattle Street Books in Boston, there was a rabbi shipping a collection of religious texts from the 1880’s back to Israel. I, however, opted not to pay the hundreds

Jardin du Palais-Royal

I believe it was serendipity that brought me to the Jardin du Palais-Royale, when I wandered through the neighborhood and found one of the side entrances. There was a sense of mystery that intrigued, so

Beacon Hill

Beacon Hill. Ahhhh, old money. And college students. Situated in downtown Boston, the neighborhood is an intersection of families, students, tourists, and medical staffers from the Mass General hospital. Packed with charm, Beacon Hill is

SoWa Open Market

I’m all about a good story, and I think the reason I love flea markets so much is there are so many unique objects that you just know have a great backstory. There’s history and

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