Postcards tagged: Love Letter
MT. ETNA, Sicily – Tender tidbits from the perfect stay at a secluded Sicilian estate. Let us paint the picture.
VENICE – His joy is contagious; it makes us happy and hungry. We decide to do the full tasting menu.
MILAN – An aproned attendant asked for my name, whispered it into a medical cabinet, and walked me through a secret door. This is the other side of things.
NEW PALTZ, New York – You'll cling to these experiences, hands intertwined like the old romantic couple that has been returning for years.
DUBLIN – The designer explained how her gloves are made. I tilted my head and raised my eyebrows. Maybe I could be a glove person.
NEW ORLEANS – Fathom assistant editor Berit Baugher heads to the Big Easy and falls for historic Creole architecture.
NEW YORK CITY – Could two nights in the right hotel make the end of everything feel like a new beginning? If I were a hotel room, would I be this room?
CUSCO, Peru – Our car took us down a dirt road, through a gate, down a gravel drive, and boom: There was the resort, spread out below us, terraced into a hill facing the Andean mountains.
PALERMO, Sicily – Whether it's a sultry summer day or a bitter winter afternoon, the city is a tease, a three-dimensional split personality that will tell you one thing and do another.
ESSAOUIRA, Morocco – Be careful if you are going to have loud or saucy sex. Many rooms have open woodwork onto the courtyard. It's an affair to remember.