Jetsetting, UNESCO

Exploring Old Islamic Cairo | A UNESCO World Heritage Site

There are many wonderous layers of Egypt to explore and one visit to this North African country was not enough, I know it was not for me. First, you have the Pyramdis of Giza and all the historic temples of ancient Egypt that run along the Nile River. Then you have another layer of Egyptian… Continue reading Exploring Old Islamic Cairo | A UNESCO World Heritage Site

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Kalev-Maiasmokk Café | The Oldest Cafe in Tallinn, Estonia

Crossing into Tallinn, Estonia by bus from Riga, Latvia marked a huge travel milestone for me. It was the moment that I had accomplished one of my big travel goals; to visit every Baltic State, Eastern European and Balkan country.  I did it in four years from the time that I fell in love with… Continue reading Kalev-Maiasmokk Café | The Oldest Cafe in Tallinn, Estonia

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What I ate in CAIRO and GIZA, EGYPT | A Food Journal

When I was first planning our trip to Egypt, I had researched traditional Egyptian food and was looking forward to eating many of their dishes. As soon as I got into Cairo, the majority of the food that I ate was International Cuisine, that we were staying at. I was not too disappointed because the… Continue reading What I ate in CAIRO and GIZA, EGYPT | A Food Journal

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Horse Riding Through the Sahara | GIZA, EGYPT

"This is one of the best things I have ever done in my life!" That is what my friend said while we were horse riding through the Sahara desert and overlooking the Pyramids of Giza. There are extraordinary experiences that one can do in their lifetime and this was one of them. My friends and… Continue reading Horse Riding Through the Sahara | GIZA, EGYPT

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For the Love of Afternoon Tea – Part Two

During this precarious year of 2020, our ideas of normality had shifted. The uncertainty of this year changed how we thought, dined and socialized on all levels. I know for myself it had slowed down my international travel but it bumped up my domestic travels- masked, social distancing and all. Fortunately, I reside in Las… Continue reading For the Love of Afternoon Tea – Part Two

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The Tea Lounge at Waldorf Astoria – The Swankiest Afternoon Tea in Sin City

Las Vegas, Nevada - They say that the third time is a charm, meaning after the third time something is attempted, luck will prevail. That lucky rule did prevail one Sunday afternoon, after several years of attempting to sit inside the Tea Lounge at the Waldorf Astoria in Las Vegas. It was for their afternoon… Continue reading The Tea Lounge at Waldorf Astoria – The Swankiest Afternoon Tea in Sin City

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Afternoon Tea 101 – Basics on the ritual called ‘Afternoon Tea’

Experiencing a proper afternoon tea service may seem quite intimidating or unnecessary to most. It is a British tradition that has spanned a couple of centuries, starting in the 1800s and has taken on different incarnations across the globe. Once you have experienced your first afternoon tea, you will be hooked and life will never… Continue reading Afternoon Tea 101 – Basics on the ritual called ‘Afternoon Tea’

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A Classic Scottish Afternoon Tea | The Balmoral in Edinburgh

My afternoon tea standards met! The Palm Court inside The Balmoral Hotel had bumped my second place winner of afternoon tea outside of the U.S. to third place. My recent second place was Le Maurice's in Paris while the first has been afternoon tea at the Ritz in London. Both afternoon teas inside The Ritz… Continue reading A Classic Scottish Afternoon Tea | The Balmoral in Edinburgh

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A Festive Holiday Afternoon Tea | The Plaza in New York City

Choosing an afternoon tea in New York can be a task. Only because there are so many place in the city that offer afternoon tea at different varieties. Now if you know me, you understand that I LOVE experiencing afternoon tea and have done so in places such as The Ritz in London, The Balmoral… Continue reading A Festive Holiday Afternoon Tea | The Plaza in New York City

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Afternoon Tea at the OXO Tower Restaurant in London, England

The first time I saw the OXO Tower was a moment or two before I took the photo below. I was cruising down The Thames River and spotted the building that I had read about in my London book guides. It set in motion a curiosity to one day visit it and possibly dine at… Continue reading Afternoon Tea at the OXO Tower Restaurant in London, England

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For the Love of Afternoon Tea – Part One

Is it love or an obsession? I may be obsessed with my love for afternoon tea or I may be in love with my obsession. At this point in the game, I doubt it matters. I love the whole experience, the formality and the deliciousness that comes with a proper tea service. There are many… Continue reading For the Love of Afternoon Tea – Part One

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What I ate in GERMANY – Part 2 – A Food Journal

Germany is one of those countries that I can go and will go back to over and over. Since 2015, I have visited Deutschland three times and do not plan on stopping. This is a country that has rich history, charming villages, cultural cities and glorious food! This blog is Part TWO of two parts,… Continue reading What I ate in GERMANY – Part 2 – A Food Journal

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What I ate in BELGIUM – A Food Journal

Eating and drinking your way through a country can be a fulfilling expedition, especially if you combine the food in with the culture. While I was in Belgium, I had a list of foods that I wanted to try because they were either traditional or found at the one of the oldest establishments. There were… Continue reading What I ate in BELGIUM – A Food Journal