Monthly Archives: August 2013

Foodie traveler? NY, Japan and Paris are waiting for you

By Sergio González | 10:23

NYC is iconic by every mean, and when it comes to food, it’s also the trendiest. However, Paris and Tokyo may still have something to show. Last May, New York based chef Dominique Ansel gifted the world with the cronut, a mash up between a croissant and a doughnut. It was a two month job […]

Summer in the city!

By Sergio González | 10:44

They say going to the beach is for the summer but everybody is there right now which means cities are literally empty, waiting just for you. No two hour line to see a Renaissance palace -and if you pick a coastal city like Barcelona, you can have it all. Seville, the capital of Andalucia, Southern […]

Take the scenic route! Best National Parks in Europe

By Sergio González | 12:01

What makes a national park different from any other park is conservation. National parks are entitled to preserve and develop the natural conditions of the land they run and are usually a symbol of national pride meant to endure. Yellowstone was the first national park ever created, in 1872. The International Union for Conservation of Nature […]

Antonio Gómez Cava: Turning a hobby into a profession

By Courtney Imel | 12:49

Today we introduce you a very special NH Friend, Antonio Gómez Cava is the current Golf Sales Manager at Sotogrande in Cadiz. At 33 years, with a background of 13 years experience in the golf world, this NH employee has made his hobby his profession and his passion his profession. 

European art galleries you definitely want to get lost in!

By Sergio González | 10:39

Seeing the great monuments and fascinating art works in Europe attracts millions every year and it’s not out of the blue. Besides the fairy tales and HBO shows cast of little princes and princesses that make us willing to go where the actual castles live, there’s a real reason. The top list of countries with […]

These are the happiest cities in the world!

By Sergio González | 10:25

Do you live in a happy, healthy environment? How much are we affected by joy around us? How can we tell if a place is happy or not? Who measures that? Well, maybe these are too ambitious questions and we should simply stick to ‘the happiest cities in the world’ but we’ll give a try along […]