Afternoon Tea and Gyros

Afternoon Tea and Gyros

I am VERY late in posting this wonderful trip report from Andrea and Eric’s June “escape” to London and Greece. But in some ways the timing is just right, as the snow falls outside and we all start dreaming about summer vacation. So enjoy this little...
A Popular Pair

A Popular Pair

Peanut butter & jelly. Milk & cookies. London & Paris. Some things just go together naturally! And visiting the two cities in one trip could not be easier, with a quick, fun train ride through the Chunnel in between. Read on for Ashley and Jared’s...
Bali Bliss

Bali Bliss

Alicia and Jay have worked with me on several trips now, and they are always so much fun to collaborate with. They are adventurous and enthusiastic travelers who dive into a new destination with complete joy. But, I’ll admit, I was feeling a little bit of...
A First-Timer’s Feedback

A First-Timer’s Feedback

My friend Clare recently asked me to help arrange a family trip to Italy — for her and her husband, and their high-school-age son, visiting her older son who is spending a semester in Florence. It was their first trip to Europe, and they had an ambitious...
Travel moments that touch your soul

Travel moments that touch your soul

I’m still trying to absorb today’s news about the fire at Notre Dame, and the potentially-devastating damage to a building that is not only an historical and religious treasure, but the literal heart of the city of Paris. My husband and I sat at the dinner table...
Riding the Rails in Switzerland

Riding the Rails in Switzerland

Usha and Mark just returned from a fabulous trip to Switzerland where — armed with an 8-day Swiss Travel Pass that gave them unlimited use of the local trains, buses, and boats, as well as free admission to hundreds of museums — they were able to cover a...