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Pamela Peterson

New Canaan, Connecticut


About Me

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.

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A  November 27, 2014

Florence: 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 classic Tuscan... See More

A  November 25, 2014

India: 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. Raw fresh fruit or vegetables. (Same reason as above.) Street... See More

A  November 25, 2014

Budapest: 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 location.   (If you're interested, check out the posts about... See More

A  November 22, 2014

Paris: 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​ in Paris​... See More

A  November 21, 2014

London: 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​.  I could eat... See More

A  November 21, 2014

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 entries from women traveling the world in the 18th... See More

A  November 21, 2014

What stops you from traveling?

$$$$! See More

A  November 21, 2014

Rome: 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 di Malta​.  In the large green... See More

A  November 20, 2014

Rome: 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... See More

A  November 20, 2014

Paris: 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 opinion, this is the perspective of American tourists... See More

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