Hemingway in the Snow

Hemingway’s tracks in the snow are easy to follow. This was the Hemingway of the 20’s. Back from the Great War, Hemingway was still on his way. A reporter based in Paris for the Toronto Star, a roving correspondent writing down what he saw in typical staccato sentences; he was juggling a vast appetite for life and a tiny budget.

The Flavor of Paris: Hemingway’s A Moveable Feast

By Ali Pinero Ernest Hemingway will forever be remembered as one of the most prominent writers of his time, and […]

Shakespeare & Company: The Story is on the Shelves

By Jack Callahan The windows are dusty in the corners of the grilles, the glass has rippled at the bottoms […]

So, You Liked The Great Gatsby – What’s Next?

By Jack Callahan Was The Great Gatsby  your introduction to the work of F. Scott Fitzgerald? Did you like it […]

Hotel du Pont Royal: Paris, France

By Kelsey Liebenson-Morse “There is never any ending to Paris, and the memory of each person who has lived in it […]

Cuba: Its Culture and Its People

Destination: Cuba Description: Travel to Cuba with National Trust and take part in an immersive People-to-People experience. During our specially designed […]

The Magic of Moleskine

By Kelsey A. Liebenson-Morse “To lose a passport was the least of one’s worries. To lose a notebook was a […]

Hotel Ambos Mundos: Traveling to Cuba the ‘Heming-way’

By Amanda Festa  Since January of 2011, when restrictions on traveling to Cuba were loosened, eager travelers have been flocking […]

A Farewell to Average Travel: Would you stay at a Hemingway Hotel?

by Amanda Festa There is no shortage of unique options when it comes to choosing travel accommodations.  There are hotels […]

Zelda Fitzgerald: The Roaring ’20s Icon

by Sara Hodon Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald was one of the most celebrated figures of the 1920s.  Along with her husband, […]