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Cuba is a vibrant and colorful destination, known for its rich history, lively music scene, and beautiful beaches. If you’re planning a trip to Cuba, it’s important to pack the right clothes to ensure you’re comfortable and stylish throughout your vacation.
Today, I want to talk about the second hotel we have visited, and here is why you should also stay at Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski
Havana is a city like no other place on earth. A place where time stands still, where people live in poverty, but they still remain human and kind. However, this city still wraps you up in its magic as soon as you arrive in town.
Located in the heart of the majestic Old Havana, and surrounded by the main UNESCO World Heritage buildings, the Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski is Cuba’s first luxury hotel. On entering, you are greeted by a modern interior and Ladies in Red.
Before stepping into the ultimate Cuba travel guide, I will start the journey with our first stay in Havana at one of the newest hotels in town.
The legendary capital of Cuba, is one of the most vibrant colonial cities I have visited. Strolling around narrow streets, surrounded with crumbling colonial façades, salsa live music everywhere, American vintage cars— it’s just like stepping back in time.
Behind the authentic and destroyed colonial façades, and only a few steps away from the National Capitol Building (El Capitolio) you’ll find the recently opened Gran Hotel Bristol by Kempinski.
This year I’m looking forward to the festive season more than ever. Blessed and grateful for all the bad and good things that have happened this year— because now when I look back, everything happened for a reason.
Moving to my new home in June was one of the most stressful projects I’ve had in years, but the reward was as good as I could have imagined.
If you are hosting a Christmas party, holiday brunch or dinner party— you will need a delicious menu, some holiday goodies, unforgettable cocktails and some beautiful decorations.
I love decorating my new home seasonally, especially decorating the dining table. Today, I am excited to share with you my festive dining table decoration with SIEGER by FÜRSTENBERG porcelain and SIEGER by Ichendorf glasses.
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The colder and the darker it gets, it’s time to cozy up and stay inside for soul food, tea and good books. I feel like I’m slowly counting the days to have some relaxing holidays soon, since this year was so crazy busy. I can’t wait to read new books and just do nothing else. Here is my personal list of pre & post-holiday reading and to say Goodbye to 2022 with books.
Vienna is a powerhouse of art filled with museums and exhibitions. Since numerous museums are located just in the heart of Vienna’s first district, we often forget about the extraordinary places that are located in other districts, such as in the Vienna’s 14th district.
Between 1886 and 1888, the famous Jugenstil (art nouveau) architect Otto Wagner built the opulent summer villa surrounded by nature for himself and his family. This outstanding villa is located in Hütteldorf on the border of the historical “Wiener Wald”, which today is open to the public as a museum.
Located in the heart of the Walled City, in an astonishing colonial-style building consisting of three houses— Restaurant Alma offers luxurious culinary experience, with quality seasonal products and a selection of different Colombian and international cuisine flavors.
A visit to Casa del Alabado Museum of Pre-Columbian Art, is a must for history and anthropology fans. Located in a wonderfully preserve building, this museum features sculpture, artefacts, jewellery pieces and more. I learned about Ecuador’s indigenous cultures and saw hundreds of archaeological objects belonging to the ancient societies that occupied the territory known today as Ecuador.
Listed on the 48th place in the Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants— NUEMA was born as a culinary project of chefs Alejandro Chamorro and Pía Salazar with the purpose of expressing in their proposal the biodiversity of Ecuador under a contemporary and avant-garde perspective.