I’ll admit, I think we visited Charleston to experience some of Sean Brock’s restaurants, but it ended up being a fun city to enjoy a short vacation.
I had never been to Colorado before, but I fell in love while I was there. The beautiful sites, the dry heat, the clean streets, and the surprisingly good food.
The train pulled up, right out front of Glacier Park Lodge. The lodge was built in 1913 by the Glacier Park Company, a subsidiary of the Great Northern Railway and is located on Glacier National Park, in Montana’s Rocky Mountains.
One of my favorite sites to order from is La Tienda, a site started by a family that lived in Spain in the 70s and wanted to bring a taste of Spain back to America.
My husband and I have traveled to Williamsburg, VA two times. Each time was so wonderful, we could have stayed there forever. Read more about the great eats, drinks, and things to see.
Charlottesville is home to the University of Virginia, Thomas Jefferson’s grand vision for secular higher education. Take a look at some places to eat and experience in this cute town!
Merroir is a “tasting room” in Topping, Virginia. The Rappahannock Oyster Co. supplies oysters to all of Sean Brock’s restaurants; they also own Merroir.
Every Thanksgiving, we travel to Lake Placid, NY to stay in a rented house. This past Thanksgiving, we also stayed in a cute cabin in Keene, NY.
The first thing you will notice is that the Bourbon Trail is in what we call ‘ horse country’. Gorgeous horse farms are on either side of you as you drive the fence-lined roads.
I only left with a few things: pesto, chocolate, port, grains and amaretto cookies, but could have spent my life savings in this store.