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Restaurant Review: Peter Luger, Brooklyn

Established in 1887, Peter Luger Steak House is a New York institution. Cash only, no reservations online, Peter Luger is the epitome of old-school Brooklyn. Their NYC location is right by the Williamsburg Bridge, which used to be a trek for Manhattanites but now a popular tourist destination. It isn’t easy to get a reservation… Continue reading Restaurant Review: Peter Luger, Brooklyn

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Adventures in Greece: Part VI

From Santorini, we traveled by ferry to the island of Ios. As we approached the island, the cliff-side landscape came into view. The ferry boat arrives into the port, but the Chora, main town, ascends up the slope of the island. The Liostasi Hotel, where we stayed, was an absolute dream in terms of amenities. While… Continue reading Adventures in Greece: Part VI

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Charleston: Summer 2018

Although summer might not be the best time to visit Charleston in terms of the weather, there is always plenty to see and do in the sunshine. During my last summer visit, I took a carriage ride with former prosecutor Jared Mogil. Our route took us along the battery and throughout Charleston’s historic downtown district. One… Continue reading Charleston: Summer 2018

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Adventures in Greece: Part IV

One of the perks of our quiet lovely hotel was breakfast included, overlooking the pool area. A traditional Greek breakfast is simple with yogurt, fruit, and coffee. With a view like this, what more do you need? Thira is the main town on the island of Santorini. You might recognize the Three Bells Of Fira… Continue reading Adventures in Greece: Part IV

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Adventures in New York: Red Hook Day

A throwback to the industrial past of the Brooklyn waterfront, the neighborhood of Red Hook is one of the most unique places to explore in New York City. Not accessible by subway (only bus or ferry), Red Hook offers a plethora of delicious places to eat and drink. On beautiful Saturday, I gathered a group… Continue reading Adventures in New York: Red Hook Day

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Adventures in Greece: Part III

From Athens, our Greece adventures continued to the Cycladic islands. Although there are plenty of ferry boats, both fast and slow, to Santorini, we decided to fly in order to maximize our time there. Another strategic planning choice was staying outside the smaller town of Oia, at the Ambelia Villas, instead of staying in the larger… Continue reading Adventures in Greece: Part III

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Adventures in Greece: Part II

  Waking up early in Athens, our goal was to explore the ancient sites. First stop, the Acropolis! The center of ancient Athens, the Acropolis has always been a scared place. While most know the iconic Parthenon, there are many other monuments and structures throughout the park. On the walk to the top, you pass… Continue reading Adventures in Greece: Part II