• We are redefining what living well means: Savoring our meals, laughing over a glass, and appreciating the joy of life through travel.

Food: A great British staycation – The Pig near Bath

James Lawrence examines the revival of the UK’s hotel segment. Let’s collectively banish the tired cliché of British hotels as poorly run, crappy guest houses and country hotels where whispering is obligatory and the level of starch is palatable. The last fifteen years have seen a remarkable resurgence in the quality and quantity of British hotels. Pioneers like millionaire industrialist...

Wine: Finding the Perfect Wine for Your Wedding

The most popular wine and cake pairings  Wedding celebrations wouldn’t be complete without the wine. Following the traditionally blueprint of a typical wedding, the bride and groom make a toast with a glass of champagne during their reception. This ritual is still undertaken at most weddings today; and you can see a bottle of wine nestled beside the wedding cake at the centerpiece of the reception...

California: Forget the Snow, Come for the Food

A mile or so into the woods past busy downtown Mammoth Lakes, California­—bustling with mega-condo complexes and shops—The Lakefront restaurant is quietly changing the landscape of Mammoth dining for the better. Tucked away inside the historic 90-year-old Tamarack Lodge, the cozy restaurant is cabin-rustic with a view of stunning Twin Lakes. If you are lucky enough to go in the autumn, your view...

Destinations: All's Quiet on the Eastern Shore

A trip to the Eastern Shore in Maryland is enough to make anyone nostalgic. There’s something about the bayside colonial towns, the water lapping at the old piers and the sailboats gliding on the bay that can make you wistful for a simpler time. For a little rest, a little history, and a lot of blue crab, you can’t beat it. Book a room at the stunning Lodgecliffe On The Choptank, a B&B...

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