Travel

Article Published by: andrewharper.com Bali is one of the magical names in travel. It conjures up visions of a place that is remote, sensual and exquisite, a land with gracious people and a refined and complex culture. This is the Bali that painter, writer and ethnologist Miguel

Article Published by: andrewharper As wineries have proliferated, so too have wonderful places to eat, creating a rewarding synergy between vintners and chefs. Here are 10 restaurants we recommend in wine country - Napa Valley, Sonoma County and Mendocino County. BOTTEGA I have fond memories of a Napa

Article Published by: andrewharper.com To many, New Orleans is synonymous with the French Quarter. Most first-time visitors stay in the Vieux Carré and never leave its confines, which is understandable. The Creole cottages, the intricate wrought-iron balustrades, the abundant lust for life — it’s a slice

Article Published by: andrewharper  Travel is now truly global. A few years ago, coverage in Andrew Harper's Hideaway Report of places like the Maldives seemed rather self-indulgent. Why would Americans fly halfway around the world for a white-sand beach and superior snorkeling? That was then. Today

Article Published by: andrewharper.com Villa La Coste in Le Puy-Sainte-Réparade is the most talked about new hotel in France. And it’s absolutely spectacular. Built on a hillside overlooking a 600-acre Provençal estate owned by Irish businessman Patrick McKillen, the hotel’s 28 suites are housed within individual

Article Published by: andrewharper.com In England, almost every street corner once had a pub. In an age before television, they were the primary focal point of the community, a place where people drank beer and spirits, and the principal entertainment was conversation. But with the exponential