Sunday Telegraph, London: France: an insider's guide for 2008
Sunday Telegraph, London: Sorry Boston your treasures must wait
Sunday Telegraph, London: Making it short but sweet
Sunday Telegraph, London: A new look at an old favourite
Sunday Telegraph, London: It's a slippery slope: do it right or the dog gets it
Fodor's Travel Wire:What's New In London
Fodor's Travel Wire: London's Top 10 Free Attractions
Los Angeles Times: Saratoga Springs, NY - Sip a little bubbly, soak up history
Fodor's Travel Wire: Ferne Arfin on the Fodor's Guide to The Da Vinci Code
Sunday Telegraph, London: Spain: You're All Talk
Sunday Telegraph, London: Insider's Guide to France - Vive le sunny side
Sunday Telegraph, London: Double or Quit?
Modernism Magazine, USA: City Report, Marseille
Sunday Telegraph, London:Claws and effect: Smith Island, Maryland
Sunday Telegraph, London: Marseille: Concrete ambition
Los Angeles Times: Anna Maria's Barefoot Charm
Sunday Telegraph: Even the Birds Get in a Flap
Sunday Telegraph, London:Only the wet complain
Sunday Telegraph, London: East Hampton, My Kind of Town "It's a small dozy, coastal village and Manhattan/Malibu East. It's got empty beaches, windmills, farms, forest trails -- yet you can eat, play and shop like a New Yorker. It's back to nature with urban chic."
The Christian Science Monitor: A boring, unnerving and ultimately enchanted evening
Fodors.com Travel Wire, New York:
Overlooked and Underrated: Orkney, Scotland
Grand Openings: Sentenced to Luxury -- at Malmaison Oxford Castle Hotel
Hotel Le Corbusier
Portsmouth Centennial: More Than A History Lesson
Overlooked and Underrated: Newgrange, Co. Meath, Ireland
Overlooked and Underrated: Beaucaire, France,
Overlooked and Underrated: The South Downs Way
Overlooked and Underrated: La Alberca Spain
Classic London Restaurants
Barbecue&Beverage: Barbecue Breakfast in Beaucaire
Happy Trails Magazine, Winter 2004: Autumn Cycling in Provence, "...Now, before I have time to fret over the 50km we’ll cover today, the road tips down and I’m whizzing toward Caromb, through the harvested vineyards of the Côte de Ventoux. I want to sing out Wheeeeeeee! But I don’t dare break the silence; except for us, this part of Provence seems deserted."
Barbecue&Beverage: It's About Thyme
Go Europe: Madrid Hotel Reina Victoria
Go Europe: Hostellerie Crillon le Brave
A Woman's Europe, Travelers' Tales Anthology, 2004: In Athens: Smoke, no fire, "The young men persisted. The blond -- a real storybook Apollo -- was their spokesman. He was the one who spoke English, anyway.
" 'You are English maybe? American? Yes? We are so nice chaps. You talk English with us, please? ' "
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