The Andrew Harper Traveler Magazine asked the Andrew Harper travel consultants, some of the industry’s most well-traveled experts, based in Chicago, “If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be and why?”
If you’re considering making your next getaway an island experience, you need not think only of far-flung destinations with long, often expensive flights.
Andrew Harper has a clear place among the world’s most elite luxury travelers, those who, enviably, manage to spend much of their time soaking in the world’s most lavish travel experiences.
Switzerland remains one of the great jewels of Europe today, its awe-inspiring mountains and valleys interspersed with charming towns, pristine lakes and picturesque vineyards.
I have been fortunate enough to spend a great deal of time in Scotland. My ancestors came from Moray in the northeast, so the country has always seemed like my second home.
Although we confined ourselves chiefly to restaurants not on my existing recommended list, we dined exceedingly well. Our worst meal in the city was merely good — the rest ranged from excellent to sublime.
Numerous companies offer tours of Charleston. on this visit, however, we spent most of a day with the inimitable laura Wichmann Hipp, a lifelong resident and founder of Charleston Tea Party Private Tours.
After owner Brad Norton had collected some 4,000 cookbooks, he opened this light-filled store to deal with the overflow.
Undiminished by wars or hurricanes, Charleston continues to radiate gentility. Its hospitable residents still tend to dress up, maintaining the streets’ air of elegance, even in the face of increasing tourist crowds.