A Jewish Day in Aix-en-Provence

Camp des Milles isn’t exactly the image one has in mind of southern France. A former tile factory just minutes from the center of Aix-en-Provence, the complex was requisitioned by the French government during World War Two, first to house those suspected of fascist sympathies and later, after the fall of France, as a depot…

The Tastes of Marseille

Marseille is not a city of incredible sights. There are few monuments to its glory, present or past; only a couple of "must-visit" locations exist to tantalize tourists. No, this is not a city of sights. Marseille is, however, a city of sounds, of the calls of seabirds and the melodious tones of French in…

The Ultimate Guide to Spokane!

Spokane is Washington's second largest city, and the only noticeable metropolitan area for hundreds of miles around. However, its location on the far eastern edge of the state makes it the ideal home base to explore not only Eastern Washington, but the Idaho Panhandle and Western Montana as well. Many people, though, make the mistake…

The Ultimate Guide to Singapore!

A country. A city. Paradise. Whatever you want to call it, Singapore is one of the most incredible places on the planet. Food, culture, beauty... this place has it all. I hope this guide helps you plan your unforgettable trip to the Lion City. The Supertree Grove at Gardens by the Bay is one of…

Singapore: The Food

I feel like I am out of appellations for Singapore. You already know it is my favorite city in existence. It blends the excitement of a culturally diverse metropolis with the calm of the natural world. But the best part? The food. If Asian food is your thing, this is the best place in the…