When deciding on a Christmas vacation this year, we were torn between another Europe trip or something a little different. My husband wasn’t too keen on another cold location, but I’ll never grow tired of the coziness of Europe during the holidays. 🙂 After a bit of research we settled on Panama City, Panama; something warm, filled with nature activities, and unlike other locations we’ve visited for Christmas.
We stayed at the JW Marriott Panama, a beautiful 5-star hotel located in the heart of the city. The location was convenient and the amenities were perfect for a relaxing and enjoyable holiday stay. Click through for a review and pics of our stay! Continue reading “Where to Stay in Panama City, Panama: A Review of The JW Marriott Panama” →
Europe is one of our favorite destinations to visit, so for our most recent trip we chose Spain and Southern France. The weather this time of year is perfect, and who doesn’t love a scenic drive through the cote d’azur (aka The French Riviera). 🙂
When planning places to stay in France, my goal was to make it a true road trip to see “authentic” small towns, in addition to the usual tourist locations. I randomly chose Grimaud on a whim (actually, last minute while we were staying in Marseille) and I am so glad that I did!
Below I’m sharing lots of pictures of this beautiful countryside village. You’re sure to fall in love with it just as much as I did! Continue reading “Grimaud – A Hidden Gem in Southern France” →
Who doesn’t love the idea of an all-inclusive resort? When we were researching places to stay in St. Lucia we learned that there are basically two hotel options to choose from on the island: Secluded and quiet or all inclusive with numerous activities. We went back and forth with both, but in the end we chose the all-inclusive route and stayed at the Sandals Grande St. Lucian Resort, which was definitely the right choice! Below I go over our stay and show you why I am officially in love with this Sandals location. 🙂 Continue reading “Where to Stay in St. Lucia – Sandals Grande Review” →