Eden Hotel, a mountain resort for the wealthy
Popular belief has it that Eden Hotel was a “Nazi hotel”. Nestled in the hills of La Falda
Los Inmortales pizzeria, Buenos Aires
Los Inmortales is one of the well-established
Café Retiro, Buenos Aires
Café Retiro takes you back to the elegance of turn-of-the-century Buenos Aires
The Imperial War Museum of London
The Imperial War Museum on Lambeth Road is among the many London museums without an admission fee. Visitors can, if...
Roadside attractions: Spur, Texas
Elaine from Carpe Diem Travel is hosting the Travel Photo Roulette #125 photo contest. This month’s theme is roadside...
Roast Restaurant at Borough Market
Roast. The name of this restaurant makes my heart flutter. Roast beef. Roast pork belly. Roast chicken. Roast potatoes....
The fountain at Piazza Navona
I recently came across this Fountain Photo Challenge and I thought I’d take part. Although the overall theme is...
Obelisco, iconic Buenos Aires landmark
¡Todos al Obelisco! is a frequent call to action after a sporting event, usually when a club wins
Merienda, the Argentinean afternoon snack
Merienda is a light afternoon meal that tides Argentineans over to dinner time.
The Temple Church in London
Temple Church leaped into fame with The Da Vinci Code,
St. Katharine’s Docks, London
St. Katharine’s Docks is one of London’s unexpected havens of tranquility. Central London’s only marina, St....
October 1997: my first, and so far only, trip to Asia.