Eat, Pray, Love, Go

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I have to admit, I've always had the innate desire to take off Eat, Pray, Love style.

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As my rationale continues to hold me back, I satiate my escape-cravings through last minute weekend getaways and spur of the moment staycations.

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Fortunately, there are places like Castello di Reschio that provide enough fodder to satisfy even the most longstanding escape dreamer. 

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The photos speak for themselves, while Harper's Bazaar states the obvious, "You will be hard pushed to find a more idyllic, perfect hideaway"

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Spend some time on the website to learn more about the count that owns it, his children who run and restored it, and how you can actually own a piece of it. All the details here: Castello di Reschio

Las Clementinas

I love discovering places with a storied past- a former player in a world that it no longer recognizes. There is a certain allure about these relics of history that have been found again and carefully researched, restored and then invited to become a part of the present.

Panama's, Las Clementinas tells that kind of story - known as one of Casco Antiguo’s masterpieces, the current owners spent 6-months dedicated to researching the history of the building, reviving its gardens that boast 50 year-old 80-foot palm trees, the remnants of the old city wall and the original bones of the building that the the family of Sra. Clementina Herrera built in 1930. 

During the three-year restoration process, the owners found artisans in Colombia who could reproduce Doña Clementina’s hand-painted tiles and scoured Panama in search of pieces of history, from heirlooms abandoned by aristocratic families to antique desks from the old British Embassy. What they couldn’t find, they had built in a shop using 80-year-old Florida Pine that was reclaimed from the beams of old US Army barracks on the Caribbean side of the Canal.

Click here to book your next getaway: Las Clementinas