Archive for April, 2009

Pan de Mallorca at La Bombonera

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The sweet aroma of fresh baked bread almost demands that you to stop for a moment as you explore Old San Juan. The enticing scent emanates from La Bombonera, a local landmark known for its Puerto Rican cuisine. La Bombonera is authentic Puerto Rico with a coffee machine made in 1898 Havana and brightly stained glass adorning the facade.

Established in 1902, this restaurant boasts a long counter with salmon colored stools, very retro and unassuming. It is a popular breakfast meeting place, so prepared to wait, especially on Sundays when locals fill the place after Mass at the nearby Catedral de San Juan. Try the tortilla con jamon y queso (ham and cheese omelet) or the deep fried

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The Asticou Inn

Imagine having your wedding steps away from Acadia National Park. The Asticou Inn, located in Bar Harbor, Maine is truly a haven. It is a restored turn-of-the-century inn that caters to your every whim. The service is unparalleled here. Having hosted weddings for the past 100 years, you can rest at ease knowing your event

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Carolina Herrera

Graceful, grand, and distinctive are all words that come to mind when thinking of a Carolina Herrera wedding gown. These gowns, like the designer herself, are sweetly sophisticated, stylish and charming - the epitome of refinement.

Born in Venezuela, her childhood was spent in her family hacienda surrounded by lush flowers and beautiful grounds, all of which is evident in her designs. In 1981, Herrera founded her iconic company in New York City; she launched the bridal line in 1987 after designing Caroline Kennedy’s gown. Throughout

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