Travel

Wednesday, December 27, 2017

South Africa: Part I

Kevin, Charlène, and me at the Cape of Good Hope, the south-westernmost point on the African continent. Deserted, white sandy beaches alternating with rocky cliffs render the Cape of Good Hope a...Read the Full Story

Friday, October 27, 2017

Eyeing the streets of Havana

Viñales, which lies in a dramatic valley full of farmland for tobacco, fruits, and vegetables. by Pierre Crosby I traveled to Cuba ten days after Hurricane Irma had flooded the streets of Havana’s...Read the Full Story

Friday, February 24, 2017

Central Park Conservancy to Cartagena

Our Central Park Conservancy group relaxed, happy and pleased to be learning while enjoying ceviche, coconut rice, plantains, tapas, arepas, and seafood empanadas. By Eleanora Kennedy A small group...Read the Full Story

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Music, Mosaics and Moonlight in Sicily

Palermo chic. by Mary Hilliard For two weeks in Ragusa Ibla, a baroque UNESCO world heritage site in southern Sicily, the streets were alive with the sound of music as young musicians from around the...Read the Full Story

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

A Fall Trip to Paris

Hard to believe these two ladies were busted watching 4th of July festivities on the rooftop of the American Ambassador's Residence in Paris. And I don't mean a roof terrace, I mean the actual roof!...Read the Full Story

Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Nina in Paris/Morocco, Part II of II

My crew (Pierre Rohatyn, David Hundley, and Ken Burles) and I on the terrace of the Riad. Paris/Morocco, Part II of II Happily, after a smooth three-hour flight, we landed in Marrakesh and I...Read the Full Story