Princess Cruises Debuts Chef Curtis Stone’s Specialty Restaurant SHARE

Chef Curtis Stone cooking with Peter Roelant, Manager of Culinary Operations of Princess Cruises
Chef Curtis Stone cooking with Peter Roelant, Manager of Culinary Operations of Princess Cruises

UPDATE: January 2017, discover the new menu with Curtis Stone’s SHARE restarant – Princess Cruises.

Princess Cruises is collaborating with renowned chef Curtis Stone and his specialty restaurant SHARE aboard Ruby Princess and Emerald Princess to offer guests a singular dining experience. Continue reading “Princess Cruises Debuts Chef Curtis Stone’s Specialty Restaurant SHARE” »

Q&A: Gordana Biernat

Public speaker, mentor and life coach Gordana Biernat
A Quantum Leap for Creating Your Reality

Thinker, seeker and endless explorer of the mind-body-spirit connection, Gordana Biernat is a multicultural, multilingual public speaker, life coach and mentor. A sought-after workshop leader, consultant and adviser around the world, Biernat helps everyone from corporate clients and celebrities to private individuals focus on actively creating and achieving their goals. She admits to enjoying social media (her Twitter followers number well over 200k) and her favorite motto is “Dream your life and live your dream!” Here, she tells GAYOT a little bit about what makes her life so grand.
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Washington School House Hotel, Park City – Review

The rooftop pool at Washington School House Hotel in Park City, Utah
The rooftop pool at Washington School House Hotel in Park City, Utah


Check out our photo gallery below and then read our in-depth review of Washington School House Hotel.

 

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Cruising the Arctic:  The Northwest Passage and Greenland

The Ocean Endeavor in Greenland
The Ocean Endeavor in Greenland

 

By John and Sandra Nowlan

 

We spotted polar bears on day three: not just one or two but about a dozen of the magnificent snow-white beasts on solo treks along the edge of the treeless tundra.

 

These sightings came as we sailed far north of the Arctic Circle on a two-week Adventure Canada cruise following the fabled route of the Northwest Passage. It was early September, the ideal time for Arctic cruising, with plenty of sunlight and (usually) lots of open water. Temperatures averaged 5 to 10 degrees above freezing. Continue reading “Cruising the Arctic:  The Northwest Passage and Greenland” »

Leiden, The Netherlands

The Molen de Valk
The Molen de Valk

 

Gorgeous Leiden and its Top Attractions

 

By Maxime Landemaine

 

Located in the Netherlands, Leiden is called Little Amsterdam because of the 17 miles of canals that run through it. Located 12 miles from the Hague and seven miles from the North Sea, tourists are drawn to the city’s cultural landmarks and the beauty of its historic center.

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