One of my favorite cities in the world is Tel Aviv, and that’s where this week’s podcast starts: a wonderful night in Tel Aviv, then in Haifa and eventually…
rom window shopping on Sloane’s Square and Kings Road to morning walks along the Thames and my favorite, just taking in all of the beautifully coloured and elegant homes. Here I am having a little fun with the colours of Chelsea in London.
Some days are sunny in London, and some days it’s really chucking it down and you want to cozy up with a cuppa. Here’s the perfect place to do that.
Here’s a little video of my day in Willemstad, the capital city.
“A weekend of just beaching,” my mother suggested. Maybe one day we’ll go into the capital, Willemstad, but other than this, it’s relaxing resort time at Santa Barbara Resort in Curaçao. This was a strange concept to me, but I dove into it head first.
I’ve stayed at many incredible hotels around the world, but Lisbon’s Palácio Belmonte is truly like no other. Check out my article on the property for Fathom. Trust me, once you check in, you’ll never want to leave.
I’m no art critic but I really enjoyed this exhibition and thought the geometry of Agnes Martin’s pieces were a perfect complement to the rotunda space of the Frank Lloyd Wright building. As we progressed later in her work and more pastels were introduced with softer boundaries, there was a soft lightness to her work that instantly made me feel like cuddling in cashmere.
Willemstad, Curaçao’s capital, and once the capital of the Netherland Antilles has a colorful harbour and city center like no other in the world. Pretty Dutch style buildings in bright typical Caribbean colors, this color saturated capital is an Instagrammer’s dream. So I put on my cutest “end of summer beachside vacation” look and explored. Here’s my perfect day in Willemstad, Curaçao.
Located on the Sonesta Kura Hulanda Village & Spa property the Kura Hulanda Village is a can’t miss while you’re in Willemstad, whether you’re staying at the hotel or not.