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Some things to consider when you want to a rent house overseas

Sometimes your job or business will require you to reside in another country for some time. It may be because you want to open a new branch of your business in that nation, or you got a transfer from your place of employment to another branch for some time. It can be quite hectic to move house to a new...

Biltmore Harvest this Autumn

VISIT STAY WINE SHOP GROUPS & WEDDINGS MORE Harvest Flavors, Fall Colors Greetings, George Vanderbilt planned for Biltmore to be a sustainable working estate; as I watch our gorgeous grapes being picked this harvest season, I can’t help feeling proud of the way we’ve held true to his pioneering vision....

Return to Miracle Springs Resort

How delightful to return to Miracle Springs Resort after seven years. A Diamond in the Desert was the title of a story we posted in 2008 on Global Writes. The Hill team was enthused about the healing hot springs, food, and spa. Yet, it is the people at this unique place that make it special. The entire...

Hotel El Capitan

Oh, what luck. My son, Matthew and I were traveling over 6000 miles through the U.S., in our land yacht (A converted RV, 1962 Greyhound Bus) Half way through the middle of nowhere in Texas we had an oil leak and were forced to stop. The sleepy little village of Van Horn looked like a place that time forgot....

WelcomArt at ITC Hotels in India and Refreshing Tea

This hotel intrigued me so much, I wanted to share their art as well as the delicious drink. WelcomArt at ITC Hotels Dedicated to nurturing India’s cultural heritage, ITC Hotels has a vast art collection at each property. Through its WelcomArt forum, the hotels’ Srishti Art Galleries feature the best of...

The Top 7 Places to Stay in Bangkok

By Jonathan Lis Bangkok is arguably one of the most popular capital cities in Asia, with tourists of many diverse backgrounds visiting the Thai capital every year to take in the beauty of the area and explore all the interesting travel destinations Bangkok has to offer. It should be no surprise then, that...

For the 12 Days of Christmas with Three Dessert Recipes

My friend Leigh Cort is both a journalist and a publicist and does a fine job in each category. Today, she has shared three recipes from her client, The St. francis Inn, to help prepare for the upcoming holidays. Thank you Leigh. The St. Francis Inn is Cookin! ‘12 Days of Christmas’   The historic St....

T. Cook’s & MixUP Bar Re-Launch—An Explosive Event and Cocktail Recipe

  By Norman E. Hill & Maralyn D. Hill Years ago, Gene Autry had a hit song, “In My Adobe Hacienda.” His glowing description pales in comparison to the elegant hacienda-like setting for the October reception. You felt the intimacy of a hacienda, but the décor was fresh and inviting, welcoming you to come in...

Mom Led The Way For The Blomidon Inn’s Success with Recipe for Asparagus Mushroom Crêpes

By Michelle M. Winner and Maralyn D. Hill In our too-fast world, it’s heartwarming to see children with a genuine affection for their mother. This is not the Hallmark card kind of celebrating, but the keen daily awareness that she has made you who you are. The little college town of Wolfville, Nova Scotia,...

PROVINCE Extends Culinary Adventure through Latin America with Mojo Marinated Pork Belly

Downtown Phoenix has developed to offer some many exciting opportunities.  Six years ago, their were not a lot of choices. Now, we have so many. Two of the convention hotels, The Sheraton Downtown Phoenix and The Westin Phoenix Downtown have continual ongoing specials and events that draw visitors and...

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