A consummate traveler from an early age, Parm Parmar lives to explore the world. Anything to do with food, history and culture piques her interest.
Undiscovered Treviso: A gateway to medieval churches, gothic architecture, hilltop towns with incredible views, Venetian-inspired canals, and, of course, sparkling Prosecco.
Just east of Los Angeles, Palm Springs has long been known as the playground of the elite. Stars such as Frank Sinatra once took homage to this beautiful desert playground, but now it’s mainly home to hip retirees, outdoorsy folks and sunbathers looking for paradise.
The high desert, outside of Palm Springs, draws visitors from all over to the alien landscape of Joshua Tree National Park and the old movie set of Pioneertown. The desert is a great place for stargazing
Hidden in plain sight on the Atlantic coast between Orlando and Miami, the area’s charms include quaint towns and literal treasure
I signed up for the Tru Bahamian Food and Cultural Tour. There are nine of us on tour from the resort; we regroup in front of the Christ Church Cathedral and meet our tour guide, Murray, who enthusiastically explains the importance of the church in Island history
The Melia Nassau Beach resort, only a short 6 miles east of Nassau’s Lynden Pindling International Airport, is a feast for the eyes.
Quebec City is renowned for its phenomenal charm, beauty, fine cuisine and its grand hotel, The Fairmont Le Château Frontenac.
From the Baroque to The Beatles – music is alive and hopping in the U.K.
Music has always had a loving home in the British Isles. It’s a land of music lovers as well as a major exporter and source of musical innovation.
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Having planned a trip to the U.K., Jason Bangerter Executive Chef of Langdon Hall, provided me with an introduction to Mosimann’s in London. As most people in the know recognize, Mosimann’s is one of London’s premiere private clubs run by none other than Michelin-starred chef Anton Mosimann (OBE).
I've been fortunate enough over the last few years to travel to many tropical locations; and summer in Toronto, with its soaring temperatures makes me long for beaches and island drinks.
There is nothing more quintessentially British than a good “gin & tonic.” Gin tours and distilleries are popping up all over Britain, supplying the marketplace with new, trendy bottles and flavours.
Whether you’re a Scotch whisky aficionado or not, you’re bound to enjoy the beauty and diversity of the various whisky regions in Scotland.
It’s here, surrounded by lush tropical beauty, where you’ll find the luxury resorts that attract discerning guests, be it celebrities or people that just like the star-studded treatment!