A Last-Minute Sail on a Maine Windjammer

29 August 2016

By Steve Jermanok Sad to be leaving the Schooner Mary Day and heading back to civilization. I tried to convince Captain Barry to sail straight through Election Day but he... Continue reading »

German Odyssey, Part 3: The Saxon Elblands

29 August 2016

By Monique Burns  When Saxony’s rulers really wanted to let down their hair, they headed just outside Dresden to castles and country houses along the River Elbe.  There they hunted... Continue reading »

Chatham Bars Inn, Cape Cod

29 August 2016

  By Larry Olmsted More than ever before, travelers are demanding an authentic, immersive experience when they travel and are eagerly trading cookie cutter for a unique sense of place.... Continue reading »

Flying LAN to Chile

23 August 2016

  By Bill Triplett When you’ve got a long flight ahead of you, few things are more comforting than the thought of a cushy seat in business class. On a... Continue reading »

Salkantay Inca Trail in Adventure in Motion Contest

23 August 2016

  GLP Films has partnered with Mountain Lodges of Peru to enter the joint film, “Salkantay Inca Trail: The Ultimate Trek to Machu Picchu” in the Adventure in Motion Film... Continue reading »

Five Myths about Hostels

23 August 2016

By Everett Potter Say the word “hostel” to an American traveler and it may well conjure up their first, youthful backpacking trip through Europe. Hosteling still appeals to young Americans... Continue reading »

Journey to Sri Lanka

12 August 2016

Story & photos by Rumit Mehta Ask yourself: Where does a travel pro with limited time decide to spend his precious vacation?  For me, the choice was clear: Sri Lanka,... Continue reading »

German Odyssey, Part 2: Glorious Dresden

11 August 2016

By Monique Burns  South of Berlin, north of Prague and west of Warsaw, Germany’s eastern reaches are rarely associated with the kind of over-the-top grandeur found at Louis XIV’s Versailles... Continue reading »

Nikki Beach, St. Barth

09 August 2016

By Gary Walther At 2:37pm on Sunday, July 24th, Nikki Beach St.Barth went critical. It was Super Hero Party Day and Spiderman, Wonder Woman, and assorted other comic book characters... Continue reading »

Five Myths about Jet Lag

08 August 2016

By Everett Potter We are in the midst of the busy summer travel season, which means that many travelers are dealing with jet lag as they fly from coast to... Continue reading »

Adventures in Saguenay, Quebec

08 August 2016

Story & photos by Steve Jermanok For some silly reason, the typical road trip in the province of Quebec starts in Montreal and ends in Quebec City. Don’t make that... Continue reading »

German Odyssey, Part 1: Berlin Portrait

01 August 2016

    By Monique Burns Since the 25th anniversary of German Reunification in 2015, thousands of Americans have headed east to Berlin, Europe’s newest “Capital of Cool,” where hip cafés... Continue reading »

Real Food, Fake Food

01 August 2016

Longtime contributor Larry Olmsted has written an important and groundbreaking book about the food that we eat every day, Real Food, Fake Food: Why You Don’t Know What You’re Eating... Continue reading »

Active Travels: A Last-Minute Summer Trip to the Catskills

01 August 2016

By Steve Jermanok Less than a 2-hour drive from New York City is Sullivan County, the western region of the Catskills. Once the heart of the Borscht Belt, where resorts... Continue reading »

Sleeping Around NYC: Innside New York Nomad

01 August 2016

By Shari Hartford Hotel design is a very subjective topic. Some travelers like traditional dark wood furnishings and deep-pile carpet, some want a hotel room that looks like home, clutter... Continue reading »

Seville’s Palacio de Villapanés, a Royal Residence Turned Hotel

25 July 2016

  by Geri Bain The Hotel Palacio de Villapanés embodies the enchantment of Seville, a city where winding streets suddenly open onto captivating squares and grand edifices. After following a... Continue reading »

Five Myths about Villa Rentals

18 July 2016

By Everett Potter Renting a villa in the Caribbean, Europe or Mexico can be an extraordinary vacation experience. Unfortunately, villa rentals are just for the super-rich. Or is that merely... Continue reading »

The Hotel Café Royal: Legendary London at its Luxurious Best

18 July 2016

By Ruth J. Katz Steeped in history ever-so-glamorous, the Hotel Café Royal is, simply put, a London legend. Established in 1865 by Frenchman Daniel Nicholas Thévenon (who later anglicized his given... Continue reading »

Kelly Hayes in Rome with Race2Walk2016

13 July 2016

Kelly Hayes, a spotter on NBC’s Sunday Night Football, is attempting to to complete “The Running Decathlon” which consists of the ten most widely-run track events. His goal is to... Continue reading »

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Five Myths about Hostels

Posted on 23 August 2016

By Everett Potter Say the word “hostel” to an American traveler and it may well conjure up their first, youthful backpacking trip through Europe. Hosteling still appeals to young Americans… Continue reading »

Adventure

A Last-Minute Sail on a Maine Windjammer

Posted on 29 August 2016

By Steve Jermanok Sad to be leaving the Schooner Mary Day and heading back to civilization. I tried to convince Captain Barry to sail straight through Election Day but he… Continue reading »

Airlines

Flying LAN to Chile

Posted on 23 August 2016

  By Bill Triplett When you’ve got a long flight ahead of you, few things are more comforting than the thought of a cushy seat in business class. On a… Continue reading »

Europe

German Odyssey, Part 3: The Saxon Elblands

Posted on 29 August 2016

By Monique Burns  When Saxony’s rulers really wanted to let down their hair, they headed just outside Dresden to castles and country houses along the River Elbe.  There they hunted… Continue reading »

Food & Drink

Restaurant Passerini, Paris | The Best New Italian Restaurant in Europe

Posted on 23 August 2016

By Alexander Lobrano Restaurant Passerini, which occupies a spare but handsomely renovated former cafe in the 12th Arrondissement of Paris near the Marche d’Aligre, one of my very favorite Paris… Continue reading »

Gear

Smart Passport Wallets for the 21st Century Traveler

Posted on 13 July 2016

By Everett Potter Of all the scourges facing contemporary travelers, identity theft has risen through the ranks to become one of the most potent. I’m not talking old fashioned pickpocketing… Continue reading »

On the Road

The Hotel Detective File: Rome

Posted on 29 August 2016

  By Gary Walther There was something slightly eerie about this Rome shop window encountered on an early morning walk. It was as if a Roman Walpürgisnacht had just wrapped… Continue reading »

Sleeping Around NYC

Sleeping Around NYC: Innside New York Nomad

Posted on 01 August 2016

By Shari Hartford Hotel design is a very subjective topic. Some travelers like traditional dark wood furnishings and deep-pile carpet, some want a hotel room that looks like home, clutter… Continue reading »

Travels with Larry Olmsted

Chatham Bars Inn, Cape Cod

Posted on 29 August 2016

  By Larry Olmsted More than ever before, travelers are demanding an authentic, immersive experience when they travel and are eagerly trading cookie cutter for a unique sense of place…. Continue reading »

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