The hotel’s rooftop bar and unobstructed up-close views of the Acropolis are major draws, as are the 20 Mod-ish rooms with Le Corbusier armchairs and Warren Platner coffee tables. But the real selling point is the hotel’s location in Plaka, smack-dab in the middle of historic Athens.
This photo, found in an antique auction desk in Florida in 2013, is purported to show American blues legend Robert Johnson (left), according to Lois Gibson, an award-winning forensic artist and facial analyst in Houston.
Mérida, the ambrosial capital of Yucatán, serves up Mayan culture, historic architecture, and more riffs on pork belly than you can imagine. Expat power couple David Sterling and Keith Heitke share their favorites.