Following on my review of the excellent rooms and facilities at Equinox Resort in Vermont, here’s a review of their main dining options. Read more…
Lots going on this week, including new developments in DOT regs on mistake fares, info on where United is putting its 787-9s into service, Disney World tips and Starwood’s summer promotion.
Don’t forget to enter my giveaway for Alaska Airlines Board Room day passes. When you have a daughter that likes princesses and you end up at Disney World, you’ll spend a lot of money on “character dining”. While the best food in the Magic Kingdom is at Be Our Guest in the new Beast’s Castle, you’ll need to take your princess-in-waiting for her opportunity to dine at Cinderella’s Royal Table. They serve all 3 meals here, but lunch and dinner tend to be a better quality meal for the price. […]
If you’ve been to Disney World, you know that the food in Magic Kingdom leaves much to be desired, especially if you want to eat healthy. That’s slowly changing, and there’s now a healthy sit-down option that offers a high-quality meal as well.
Do you love BBQ? The occasional bar crawl? Ever tried out Hecklevision? I can’t even tell you how much fun I had at last year’s Austin MegaDO. And, now I have an extra ticket. So, if you missed out on registering for the event, I’ve got a chance for you to win one. There’s BBQ, movies, bar crawls, and a brunch. Did I mention BBQ? And, they do some awesome fundraising as well. You can follow the discussion about the event here. The event has been sold out since it […]
Here’s a recap of previous posts and a list of what’s upcoming for our recent trip to Italy. United Airlines To Rome St. Regis Rome Vatican Osteria 44 Photo Essay of Angels & Demons A Quiet Meal At Cul de Sac Trevi Fountain (Semi) Closed For Business A Fast Train To Venice Tips For Sightseeing In Rome St. Regis San Clemente Island, Part 1 St. Regis San Clemente Island, Part 2 Hotel Danieli Antico Pignolo A Quick Trip To Murano How To Ride The Vaporetto (Water Bus) In Venice Getting […]
Finding a restaurant off the beaten path is, for some, like finding a nugget of gold. That’s what Enoteca Cul de Sac was for us when we discovered it ten years ago. Though it’s popularity has risen, it’s still approachable and if you’re lucky, you should be able to walk up and grab a table to enjoy a glass of wine with some cheese to end a day of sightseeing in Rome.
Osteria 44 was a short walk from the St. Regis Rome on a quiet side street. We found a welcoming host named Sergio who spoke impeccable English. From there, we found an imaginative meal and great wine selections.