Mr. Fogg’s Residence- Mayfair

The elusive Mr. Fogg’s Residence (and Secret Garden) has been on my radar for some time, but I didn’t make it until my recent reunion with London. After a long stroll from Chinatown, it was decided that the halfway point could perfectly be Mr. Fogg’s in Mayfair. There was a person at the door dressed…

Oglebay- The Cabins

Chestnut was the name of the first family cabin adventure. This was rather fitting as the Swiss eat all the chestut flavored desserts, so it felt like a new world old world mashup that I was very here for. My family aren’t really big cabin folk, so we reented a four bedroom one that ultimately…

The Victoria- London

On my quick and dirty stay at the Inhabit London, I managed to escape for a quick walk through a Hyde Park neighborhood to the gorgeous little pub, The Victoria. It was all flowers, bistro tables, and sunshine. I quickly learned this was a local for a dear friend which just made me love it…

Inhabit- London

On a recent 27 hour trip to London, I opted for ease of everything, paired with a desperate need to be in the city. (My usual LHR Sofitel had been turned into a government quarantine hotel…wheee…). So, it was time for something, or rather to “Inhabit” something new. My friend also booked and we met…

Izizi- Portixol

The Portixol area of Palma de Mallorca was absolutely a delight. Imagine a bike path rounding small inlets from the sea where families congregated, children splashed, and adults sunbathed (topless). Behind the seaside path was a strip of restaurants and bars, the most inviting was a large terraced one called Izizi. Truly, this neighborhood was…

Fins Tapas & Cocktails

Finsssss to the left! Finssss to the right! I ate at Fins on both of my solo travel nights! Not sure if my travel bud and I were just kind of sick of each other or were feeling different styles while together, but we spent two nights on our own, which, honestly, was perfect for…