Monthly Archives: December 2017

29 Dec 2017

What That Online Hotel Ad Isn’t Telling You

You have seen the advertisement. Guy says and comes on the monitor, This is Bob. He owns a hotel. He needs to sell an empty hotel room so he is putting on those three sites for amounts that are different. You just    pick the cheapest. Sounds good, right?   But it’s not just   correct

The Coolest Guesthouse at Hudson Valley, NY
27 Dec 2017

The Coolest Guesthouse at Hudson Valley, NY

Among the favorite things about travel is. Where we traveled to Puerto Rico performing wedding photo shoots we fulfilled Shannon Greer in a magazine job. You truly get to know somebody when you work that closely with someone (5 am call times, hectic scouting days), and we fell in love with Shannon&#

Sexy Jungle Hideout at Belize
22 Dec 2017

Sexy Jungle Hideout at Belize

We adore Belize as an off-the-beaten path honeymoon place. It is close (just below Mexico) and easy to access with  plentiful connections in the U.S..   The offshore islands such as Ambergris Caye and Robert’s Caye are reknowned for snorkeling and diving, but if you adhere to the shore 

21 Dec 2017

Surprise Travel, Yes or No? Our Take, in Ozy.com

Would you choose a honeymoon not understanding anything about it, destination intended by somebody else and unknown? “Travel to Nowhere/Anywhere” seems to be a thing for a few wealthy Brits, who are registering for the service from a UK luxury travel planner, that needs a $1,500 prepara

18 Dec 2017

Honeymoon Advice from Travel Pros

We were tickled pink when U.S. News & World Report Travel requested us to participate in a honeymoon-themed Twitter chat, alongside pals from Destination I Do and The Knot, and travel pros from Budget Travel, TravelZoo and more. Some great suggestions and fave spots were highlighted, so in the

The Coolest Hotel in London
12 Dec 2017

The Coolest Hotel in London

I love everything about London. The background, the purchasing, the style — and of course, the resorts! One of my absolute favorites is Rosewood London, that opened to much fanfare. From the outside, it looks very much a traditional hotel, place in a circa-1914  building with wrought iron g