June 2015

By Kay Showker Yes, Cuba is an island in the Caribbean Sea.  Her terrain is similar to other Caribbean islands, but different.  Her history is similar, but different.  Her culture is similar, but different.  Indeed, almost everything about Cuba has some similarity to her Caribbean neighbors but Cuba is a

by Kim D. McHugh (Photos courtesy The Broadmoor Resort; golf images taken by Dick Durrance II) Three stellar courses make a visit to this legendary resort and hotel a golfers’ fantasy come true. The setting for two U.S. Amateur Championships (1959, 1967), a Curtis Cup Championship (1962) one U.S. Women’s

By Steve Jermanok Lavaux’s majestic vineyards are sculpted into the steep hillside like the rice terraces of Bali. Many of the stone walls that hem in the rows of vineyards were first created by monks. The perfect introduction to the beauty of Lavaux is aboard the circa-1910 paddle steamer, La

By Alexander Lobrano Paris without Benoit, a wonderful old bistro on the edge of the Marais that’s been in business since 1912, would be almost as unimaginable to me as Paris without the Eiffel Tower. Why? Though I’ve occasionally had a bone or two to pick with Benoit through the