Journal

Israel: Beresheet Mitzpe Ramon

Rarely have I been so impressed by a hotel than when I got to Beresheet Mitzpe Ramon, two hour drive south from Tel Aviv on the brim of the Makhtesh Ramon in the Negev Desert, one of the wildest landscapes you'll ever see and a fascinating...

Jordan: Sun City Camp

The desert of Wadi Rum in Jordan has to be one of my favorite places on Earth. There's something about the desert that hipnotizes you and when you get to Wadi Rum you feel like you just landed in a different planet. Well, no wonders The...

Marrakech: The Selman Hotel

If there's a deifnition for a luxury hotel, The Selman Marrakech is it. At the foot of the Atlas Mountains, away from the hustle of the medina, this palace of distinct, sublime and alluring charm is located. Passing through the immense portico, the gaze is drawn...

Brooklyn: The Williamsburg Hotel

Having recently opened its doors, The Williamsburg Hotel is quickly becoming a reference of this iconic neighborhood of New York. It's eight stories and 150 rooms encased in brick, glass, and Corten steel and it was designed by London-based design firm Michaelis Boyd Studio, the...

3 Top Cities to Visit on the East Coast of the United States

Westerners may claim “the West Coast is the best coast,” but the East Coast has more than its fair share of charm that is worth seeing. You might be thinking that an East Coast city is mostly made of beach towns, but you’d be selling...

What Culture Shock to Expect When You Arrive in Mexico

When in Rome… You know the rest. So if you’ve decided to visit Mexico for the first or if you’re planning to move there for business or any other reasons, be ready for this unique, overwhelming culture. You definitely won’t change their ways, so you...