Wanderlust

Denver, Colorado

Posted on June 6, 2015.

I know I’m partial, but I love my home city! I just booked a trip for a family traveling from Louisiana, and I was so excited to prepare an itinerary for a client that featured my city. There are so many things to do in the Mile High City, that I truly believe it should …

Rome

Posted on May 31, 2015.

They called it urbs kaput mundi—the city at the center of the world. And while this gorgeous tumble of ancient and Renaissance buildings may have ceded that title centuries ago, it’s still endlessly fascinating. Its tastemakers retrofit their own inimitable takes on being Roman—whether it’s the elevation of rib-sticking pastas at Roscioli, or the whimsical …

Asia

Posted on June 14, 2014.

If Seoul is Korea’s New York, Busan might be its Los Angeles–Miami hybrid. Renowned in East Asia for its miles of wide sandy beaches and busy quayside scene, it’s crowded with high rises whose apartments have been snapped up by wealthy Chinese and Seoul-based Koreans—particularly around Marine City. Chiang Mai may not even qualify as …

Riviera Maya, Mexico

Posted on March 30, 2014.

Jay Elliott I initially saw an ad for Abigail Lauren’s travel advising company in 5280, a Denver-area magazine. I travel often for work, but was considering a 27th-anniversary trip with my wife and wanted to see what value using an advisor could provide. I Ms. Lauren and they had a brief exchange about what he was …

Paris, France

Posted on January 13, 2014.

Kathryn Vander Zanden I had decided I wanted an exceptional and luxurious holiday travel experience with my daughter to serve as a lifetime memory.  Too few chances would offer themselves in our future, so the time was right to take her to Paris.  I needed help in planning a full and memorable experience so I …