Summer. Travel time. It’s high postcard season, and 3 Score & More wants you to add to the summer postcard blog! Wherever you roam, from beach to bazaar, from the Wisconsin Dells to Angkor Wat, please join 3 Score’s Summer Postcard blog series by submitting a picture or video of your summer adventures . Here’s how it works….
3 Score & More is pleased to present guest blogger Delta Willis, Africa travel specialist, conservationist, author, and journalist. Her expertise gleaned from working in and traveling across Africa, often in the company of elephants, spans some forty years. Herewith, she paints a picture that will have you packing your bags to discover the unique African elephant culture. I’ve got 2017 in my sights….. Continue reading “How to Watch African Elephants, in the Company of Experts”
For centuries, Florence has been synonymous with the finest craftsmanship and style in jewelry – why not bring a bit of that legacy home? Florence has defined beauty and elegance since the 15th century Italian Renaissance; it holds an unrivaled place as the domain of art and culture Today, a more contemporary approach to one-of-a-kind jewelry, wrought from the most modern of man-materials – plastics and synthetics – is found in work of Angela Caputi. We can all bring a bit of Florentine design genius back home with us to savor. Here’s the skinny…..
3 Score & More is proud to present our first guest post, authored by Lindsay and Andrew Trombley. Here they present a sketch of Istanbul based on their recent experience that will inspire you to plan a trip pronto! Great recommendations and insights from the millennial perspective that work for all travelers. Please add your own favorites below! – – Jane
The reasons to visit London’s Notting Hill are many and varied. Elegant ivory-faced residential crescents and squares border equally affluent Kensington and Holland Park. The Portobello Market’s funky bargain-hunting and the carnival atmosphere every weekend. The global village feel of Golborne Road. People-watching is an art form given the eclectic mix of characters. Notting Hill is probably best experienced by becoming embedded during a short (or long) stay and not dropping in or heading for a destination restaurant. . More on that further down……
Need some quiet London places that enrich the mind, body and soul? Here are suggestions to soak up the cultural atmosphere that makes London, well, London but keep your sanity. Continue reading “Keep your Sanity: More on Quiet London”
Embedded in London’s 21st C. zeitgeist are quiet, reflective gems hidden within the city clamor. They are a joy to discover and here are a few I have found….
Maybe ‘whimsy’ and Pittsburg don’t seem like a natural pairing, but in this revitalized, booming city, Hotel Monaco brings more than a dash of flair and the good vibes that Kimpton is known for. Continue reading “Kimpton’s Monaco: Hotel Whimsy in Pittsburgh”
The mission: To see renowned sculptor Richard Serra’s striking installation Afangar (“Standing Stones”) on Viðey Island, a national preserve across the harbor from Reykjavík. Under that brief, I savored a taste of Iceland – in Reykjavík – on a lay-over return to New York from London. What to do in Reykjavik? I found plenty! Continue reading “Iceland: Searching for Richard Serra, Discovering Reykjavik”