Luxury Travel & Leisure Writer | World Itineraries
Tranquility at Su Gologone Hotel
The road to Su Gologone hotel leads right to the mountains; what a stupendous sight they are. Rising speckled, straight up from the valley floor like huge chunks of nougat, they dominate this ...
Cultural and Culinary Rewards in Basque Country
From visiting Guggenheim exhibits and an intriguing witches museum to enjoying fine food and music concerts, there’s no shortage of things to enjoy in the Basque region around ...
The Culinary and Atmospheric Delight of Dining Out in London
New restaurant openings have increased dramatically in London over the past year making the choice between seasoned stalwarts and innovative newcomers even greater than before. Here are a few worth ...
Sipping Cocktails in the Heart of London
As there are so many top mixologists plying their trade in London and so many diverse bars with contrasting atmospheres, an evening of cocktail tasting is a fun way to celebrate a special occasion...
Amsterdam: Home to a Tantalizing Array of Cultured Restaurants
With 180 different nationalities and 45% ethnic minorities, Amsterdam’s population is one of the most diverse in Europe, impressive statistics that are reflected in its ...
Out to Lunch in London
Like most major cities, dining options are plentiful in London, and sometimes it can be difficult trying to navigate which to try. If you’re in the city for lunch, we scoured the scene to find a...
What to See & Do in London This Year
London offers so many attractions, choosing what to do on a visit can seem challenging. Whether you’re in the mood for a leisurely stroll along its historic neighborhoods, a riveting game of ...
Dine Out in Style on an Elegant 1920s British Pullman Train
Having traveled regularly to London and enjoyed memorable culinary experiences in many top restaurants, I recently learned about a ‘dining evening with a difference’ on board one of ...
Experience the French Coastline through the Radisson Blu Hotel Biarritz
Not only does the Radisson Blu Hotel Biarritz offer leisure guest rooms with broad windows overlooking the picturesque Cote des Basques, but even business clients can enjoy similar picture-postcard ...
About Sean Hillen
Sean Hillen has been an international journalist and editor for more than 30 years and is also a published author. His experience spans several continents - in Ireland, for the national daily, The Irish Times in England, as foreign correspondent for The Times and Daily Telegraph. In the US, Sean worked at the United Nations Media Center in New York, Scripps Howard Broadcasting and regional newspaper, The Kansas City Times. His writing has also appeared in publications such as Time magazine and The Wall Street Journal. Sean's imaginative travel book, Digging for Dracula (http://seanhillenblog.com/digging-for-dracula/) examines fact and fiction about the world's most infamous vampire and was published on the centennial anniversary of Bram Stoker's Gothic novel. Sean's website is World Itineraries (http://worlditineraries.co/)