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I've been a costume designer for Saturday Night Live, and an Emmy-winning TV art director for Martha Stewart. When I'm not designing, I'm traveling...and sharing the world through a designer's eyes on my blog, Just One Suitcase.
Chiang Mai, Thailand
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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Spend a day riding bikes all over Chiang Maiwith the happiest guy in the world, Mr. Nooh, of Araiwah Bicycling. He'll take you to the morning market, the silver market, on a climb to the top o …
hotels in los angeles
Just a few blocks away from the famous corner of Hollywood and Vine, Mama Shelter Los Angeles is not only affordable, it's fabulous. It's the latest boutique hotel from the Trigiano family, w …
Best local foods in Buenos Aires?
Don't miss Desnivel, in San Telmo...a raucous local joint serving up (what else?) every imaginable cut of beef on the parilla, with chimichurri and salsa on the side. If you are a vegetarian, …
Palermo vs. San Telmo
Without question, Palermo. It's a hip and happening neighborhood with tons of boutique hotels, great shops and restaurants. Go to San Telmo for the miles-long market (and don't miss eati …
Where can I get the best glaciers experience?
Go to Iceland! Flights to Reykjavik are usually reasonable on Icelandair, and there are many tour companies that will take you, via 4X4, right onto the glaciers. Read about my Christmas day expe …
Clothing for winter in Paris
Having been there in sub-zero, snowy, January weather, I would say that snow boots are definitely not necessary, but attractive water resistant boots with a thick rubber sole would serve you well. At …
What's your #1 spot for going for a beach holiday?
In a fortuitous change of events (the resort where I was staying lost their water supply, and when they started taking buckets of water out of the pool for the toilets, I knew it was time to go), I e …
A few days in London for the first time. Looking for food/drinks/shopping.
London is one of my favorite cities, and here's my all time London Must Do: On the Sunday or Monday that you are in London, book a tour at Dennis Severs' House (Dennis Severs' House, …
Which is better in January -- Italy or Argentina?
I try to avoid peak tourist times in any location...so my vote is for Italy. Just pack a sweater.Buon viaggio!
Show Your Favorite Holiday Travel Photo!
Santa, checking the departures board at the Reykjavik airport...reindeer out of commission?
Best restaurants you can't miss in Florence?
My favorite Florence restaurant is Trattoria l'Parione, not far from Ponte Vecchio. The fifty-year-old trattoria is housed in a historical 14th century historical building, and the cuisine is …
First time to India - what do I need to know?
Water - don’t ingest, under any circumstances. (Brush teeth with bottled water.)Ice - self-explanatory. (See above.)Salad greens - may have been washed in water, or, if not washed, harboring bacteria …
What are regular parts of your travel?
Flea markets! There's nothing like a local flea market for full cultural immersion. Lest you think they're all the same, trust me: every flea market has a personality that is unique to its …
Paris Day Trips
In April, I would say definitely take a day trip to Claude Monet's house and gardens at Giverny. See the real life inspiration for his famous Water Lilies and then go to Musee de l'Orangerie …
Great London restaurants
For the best comfort food ever, I love Michelin starred chef, Tom Aiken's Tom's Kitchen. There's several locations, but I love the coziness of the original one on Cale St in Chelsea. …
What are your favorite travel books?
There's a great anthology called Unsuitable for Ladies, with tales from women travelers throughout history, compiled by Jane Robinson. As a solo woman traveler, it's fascinating to read diary …
What stops you from traveling?
3 days in Rome - what to do?
Here's an idea for one great day in Rome: At the end of Via di Santa Sabina, you will find a large white sculpted facade, which is the entrance to the Buco della Serratura Priorato dei Cavalieri …
Most unique romantic dinner/lunch/breakie in Rome/Tuscany/Florence/Venice?
In Rome you can't beat the terrace of Aroma Restaurant in the Palazzo Manfredi for romance. The spectacular view of the Colosseum is stunning at sunset, and as night falls, the ancient struct …
Hotels in Paris under $150 a night, friendly to non-French speaking people
I would recommend trying AirBnB for a friendly, inexpensive, place to stay in Paris. More importantly, I would like to dispel the notion that French people are unfriendly to Americans. In my opini …