Earlier last month, I was given the opportunity to get a sneak peak into the NoMad Hotel as the European-style – with a hint of sophistication – establishment was preparing for their grand opening. Sitting atop the newly renovated Park MGM (previously Monte Carlo) this establishment has also opened The Bar, The NoMad Restaurant, The…Read More
Solo traveling is the most nerve-wracking and exciting thing you can ever do, and I fully recommend that you do it! Not only is traveling exciting in itself, but doing it alone teaches you so much about yourself that you would not have learned otherwise. You get to do what you want, when you want, and the whole experience you gain from it is entirely up to you.Read More
Just close your eyes and let’s pretend we’re dancing in the street in Barcelona. Barcelona was by far my favorite part of this trip. London was good, Paris was all right, but Barcelona took my breath a way. Well, the four days that I was there, anyway. Would I “accidentally” lose my passport there and…Read More
A trip to Paris is not complete without visiting (my humble abode) the famous Château de Versailles, home of (me) many French Royals and, and Marie Antoinette herself.Read More
Any trip to London isn’t complete without indulging in traditional English afternoon tea.
According to Afternoon Tea Co., afternoon tea is a tea-related ritual introduced in the early 1840’s in Great Britain. It was basically invented to hold off hunger before dinner which was usually served at 8:00 P.M.Read More
The first part of my first European solo adventure and I was off to a pretty interesting foot (pun intended).Read More
They said it couldn’t be done for someone who usually overpacks.
They were wrong.Read More