Monique White @ An Unstoppable Journey

Monique White @ An Unstoppable Journey

All over the map / I'm a globetrotting, marathon running, social media loving mom who appreciates fine dining and wine, culture, history and a fabulous bag.
Monique White @ An Unstoppable Journey
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The Best Places to Walk in Paris - The New York Times

The Best Places to Walk in Paris - The New York Times

Easy Homemade Pumpkin Biscuits recipe served warm and drizzled with honey!

Easy Homemade Pumpkin Biscuits recipe served warm and drizzled with honey!

The gorgeous Christmas tree at Four Seasons Hotel New York.

The gorgeous Christmas tree at Four Seasons Hotel New York.

The brioche toast, bacon, maple syrup and avocado at Pistachio and Pickle, N1.

The brioche toast, bacon, maple syrup and avocado at Pistachio and Pickle, N1.

Prepared with a positive attitude and solid information, you’ll thrive in Europe.  [...] a healthy dose of skepticism and an eagle eye in crowded or isolated places will help you stay safe.  Traveling on your own, you’ll be more approachable and likely to meet a montage of fun, temporary travel partners.  If you’re shy, you might also consider an organized European tour, where you can relinquish trip-planning to a well-seasoned guide and enjoy a built-in circle of travel partners…

Prepared with a positive attitude and solid information, you’ll thrive in Europe. [...] a healthy dose of skepticism and an eagle eye in crowded or isolated places will help you stay safe. Traveling on your own, you’ll be more approachable and likely to meet a montage of fun, temporary travel partners. If you’re shy, you might also consider an organized European tour, where you can relinquish trip-planning to a well-seasoned guide and enjoy a built-in circle of travel partners…

Travel Divas Culture T-Shirt - MY HAIR

Travel Divas Culture T-Shirt - MY HAIR

Although the Queen Mary retired from seafaring life in 1967, the menu at its beloved Sunday champagne brunch spans the globe, with everything from sushi to huevos rancheros to crepes on offer. But there’s a clue to the highlight in the event’s name: champagne, and plenty of it. There’s also live classical music to up the respectability factor.—LM

Although the Queen Mary retired from seafaring life in 1967, the menu at its beloved Sunday champagne brunch spans the globe, with everything from sushi to huevos rancheros to crepes on offer. But there’s a clue to the highlight in the event’s name: champagne, and plenty of it. There’s also live classical music to up the respectability factor.—LM