Honeymoon Spots

Great Advice from Recent Honeymooners

Courtesy of &Beyond Phinda Rock Lodge

We love hearing about honeymoons, and one of our fave spots to do it as at Destination 42, run by our friend (and fellow former magazine editor) Sarah Carrillo Riswick. She features real honeymoons on her site, and recently went though and pulled some of her favorite tips from their experience, along with some hotel

Honeymoon Advice from Travel Pros

We were tickled pink when U.S. News & World Report Travel asked 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 tips and fave spots were highlighted, so here’s a link to the official recap if you

Globetrotter: Brian Worley on Lanai

Courtesy of Four Seasons Resort Lanai, The Lodge at Koele

One of our favorite things to do is talk travel with our globe-trotting pals. Like the wonderful Brian Worley, whose low-key demeanor and huge heart belies the fact that he plans mega-events in Hollywood with his company YourBASH! (Think American Idol, Coachella, polo matches attended by British royals…and yes, weddings!) One of his fave escapes

Villa Life: Provence is Calling

Villa in Provence, France honeymoonLa Bergerie/Villas of Distinction

Anyone who knows me knows how much I love hotels — the service, the style, the ease never gets old, no many how many I visit. But since a recent trip with a group of dear pals, I’ve been dreaming about a different kind of stay: bringing my people to sprawling villa where we can

Just Back From: New Orleans

Courtyard of romantic Audubon Cottages in New OrleansCourtesy New Orleans Hotel Collection

I recently returned to one of my favorite all-time cities, New Orleans. I went for a dear pal’s post-wedding crawfish boil. The bride and groom eloped to Barbados and even a year later, their wedding was still a great excuse to have 40 friends and family gather for crawfish and beer in the bride’s hometown.