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There are hundreds of lakes in Italy, most of which are popular with locals but largely overlooked by tourists who rush to the internationally recognized Lake Garda, Lake Maggiore, and Lake Como. If you want to escape the crowds, visit one of Italy’s most loved and romantic lakes lying at the foothills of the Alps. […]

Travel Guide: Lesser Known Northern Italian Lakes

Italy is one country with multiple countries inside. Piemonte is certainly a hidden gem with legendary red wines, cafe culture, medieval towns, and mountain ranges. Melted&Moved offers itineraries for the Piemonte region for clients who are typically repeat visitors to Italy or prefer a less touristic experience. Journey in Piemonte, walking through beautiful Torino.   […]

Travel Guide: Piemonte, Italy

Consistently named America’s favorite city, Charleston is full of southern charm. The Palmetto-fringed streets are full of culture, food, shopping, and antebellum homes that led Conde Nast to name it among the best cities in the world. You could spend a weekend or week exploring this walkable city. Each time I visit, my experience is […]

Travel Guide: Charleston, South Carolina

In southern Maine, you’ll find this charming coastal town that is widely known for being the summer home of the Bush family and driving past the Bush compound has become a tourist “to do.”  Kennebunkport is a year-round destination thanks to fabulous Christmas markets, fall markets and events, and summer beaches.  I’ve heard it said […]

Travel Guide: Kennebunkport, Maine

Maine is filled with laid-back, outdoorsy towns and social locals.  We decided to explore the Southern Coast of Maine after flying into Portland. Summer and Fall are the most popular times to visit, and for good reason. Summer in Maine: for stunning beaches and wild blueberries Fall in Maine: for legendary foliage and festivals It can […]

Travel Guide: Portland & The Southern Maine Coast

Tides Inn is located outside the quaint, historic town of Irvington, Virginia. This Chesapeake Bay staple has been welcoming guests for 74 seasons but now with a refined look in 2020. We met a couple who were celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary at Tides Inn and found out they celebrated their honeymoon here years ago.  […]

To Do at Tides Inn: 2021 Refresh in Irvington, Virginia

30 minutes from Salt Lake City Airport and situated at the base of Canyons Village, Waldorf Astoria Park City is in the heart of adventure.   A draw for outdoor, nature lovers year-round, a notable feature was the size of the patios.  We had breakfast each morning on our balcony overlooking the mountains with enough room […]

Mountain Resort Review: Waldorf Astoria Park City, Utah

Montage Deer Valley, our last visit in Deer Valley, but certainly not the least.  At the very top of the mountain, the drive was absolutely gorgeous. The Montage offers a grand entrance and refined mountain lodge culture.  A hallmark of the resort is the highly personalized service, which makes you feel at home from the […]

Mountain Resort Review: Montage Deer Valley in Park City, Utah

The Stein’s reputation proceeds itself having earned a spot on Forbes’ list of “Most Luxurious Hotels in the World” and received raving review from Travel + Leisure. Ski Magazine readers have consistently voted it the best ski resort in America.  This Norwegian-style chalet sits mid-mountain.  The nostalgic European atmosphere feels as if you’ve stepped back […]

Mountain Resort Review: The Stein Eriksen Lodge Deer Valley

Crawl. Walk. Travel. 1st time flying with Stella, we both learned a lot… I was nervous to be that mom on the plane, you know, the one with the screaming child.  But I had decided long ago that part of parenting for us meant that we wouldn’t stop traveling, so Stella is along for the […]

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