At Home in Old Town Edinburgh

  By Pamela Jacobs If you’re visiting St Andrews, you’ll most likely be flying into Edinburgh—and if you’re flying into Edinburgh, you should absolutely spend at least one night there. Steeped in history and culture, Edinburgh has been the capital of Scotland since the early 15th century, and it’s a hotbed of entertainment, nightlife, education,…

Italia with La Famiglia

A mother-daughter dream trip around Italy brings food, fashion, and family bonding. By Hannah Seligson When I first thought of traveling with my mom (Judy Seligson), the genre of a mother daughter trip seemed rather limited and uninspired. Fortunately, neither my mom nor I are spa aficionados, nor can we imagine going on a cruise.…

Checking In: Miami Suite

  By Lisa Loverro As sister property to the Gale South Beach located just across the street, the luxurious Kaskades South Beach offers a sophisticated stay in the heart of SoBe. Originally a residential building, this newest offering from Menin Hospitality includes 24 indulgent rooms with amenities not often found in other upscale hotels: marble…

All-Season Switzerland

Swissôtel Shows Resident its Roots By Jason Feinberg.   In the 1980s two iconic giants, Swissair and Nestle, founded the Swissôtel, and over the next 30 years would grow to be world renowned for Swiss hospitality. With locations in 25 countries, including four in Switzerland, Resident explored the Zurich and Geneva properties. We departed from…

The “Silver Six”

6 Silversea Voyages that will Bring you the World in 2016 By Norah Bradford. One of the most incredible ways to see the world is by water. After all, the Earth is comprised of over two-thirds water, making it the logical way to access many unique and interesting places. While some might overlook cruising as a…