What did Lisa LOVE the most in 2016?

January 5th, 2017

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Welcome to my 2016 Round-up! Where did I go? What did I did I do? What did I love? New Countries I was thrilled to be invited to new places in 2016. I went to the Dominican Republic, Cuba, Vatican City and Bonaire for the first time which takes me to 95 countries on the … Continued

We continue our trip through Italy hosted by Luxury Gold Escorted tours by Insight Vacations with Lisa Niver.  Don’t miss anything! Read Part 1 and Part 2. 21. The Verona Market The market in Verona is full of fabulous foods, including sandwiches, pastries, cookies, meats and anything else you can imagine.  The hot apple strudel was simply … Continued

We continue our video trip through Italy hosted by Insight Vacations Luxury Gold with Lisa Niver.  See part 1 here. 11.Umbrian Weaving Collective at Giuditta Brozzetti Marta Cucchi was amazing to watch and was very informative on how Umbrian weaving is done.  We even got to learn how to do it ourselves.  Her grandmother started the business … Continued

Going on a luxury escorted tour should be on the list of everyone that loves to travel.  Being invited on  a luxury gold tour hosted by Insight Vacations was an incredible experience. (This article is Part 1 of 3 about my Insight Vacations Luxury Gold Ultimate Italy Travels) 1. Arriving at the Rome Regina Hotel All … Continued

Obicà Sunset Plaza Mozzarella Bar, Pizza e Cucina I traveled to Italy on my honeymoon and haven’t been able to go back in many, many years but I was gleefully transported back there when I went to newly opened Obicà Sunset Plaza in West Hollywood, CA. The dining experience at this mozzarella bar makes my … Continued

Without question, the Mediterranean boasts the world’s dreamiest landscapes, most enchanting vistas and spectacular architecture, all heavily saturated in culture. You might feel a little overwhelmed by the sheer number of potential treasures demanding your attention, but know it is impossible to be disappointed in your travels. Mediterranean cruises are highly recommended as a means … Continued

April News: Hello from New York City and the United Nations! I was invited by UNOCHA to a meeting about the World Humanitarian Summit. I felt honored to be included among the twenty people selected as “Champions for Humanity.” Please see my article in the Jewish Journal and the website, Impossible Choices, to learn more. For Passover, I … Continued

I have had the great fortune in my life to be able to travel and observe the world around me essentially unencumbered by any limitations. I think it’s seminally important (not to mention super fun!) to see as much as the world as possible, and in doing so strengthening the ties between nations and more … Continued

Read Part 4 “The Dream Begins,” Italy: Blood and Sacrifice Part 5 There are many explanations for déjà vu. Precognition, or prophecy, the overlap between short term and long-term memory, or if accompanied with hallucinations it could even be considered a form of neurological illness.  When I was eight I had a dream about an … Continued