Michaela Guzy, a former publishing exec left her career behind to begin a journey that has since changed her life and touched others. OhThePeopleYouMeet speaks to the wanderlust in us all and ignites a passion for global connections and sustainable and immersive travel, which are shaping the tourism

By Larry Olmsted The brown spirit trend that took off in recent years continues to roar on, and there has never been a better time to be a whiskey lover, with more great choices than ever, in all sorts of styles, from here and abroad. Great new whiskeys have been

By Everett Potter What is the perfect summer vacation? For some, it’s lying on a faraway beach, taking a rafting trip through the Grand Canyon or exploring a new city. For others, it’s heading to Oxford, England to dive into The Oxford Experience, a learning vacation at the University of

By Everett Potter Dan Austin has a passion for family travel. That’s true not only of the trips he’s been offering for over two decades at Austin Adventures but in the very company he’s created. It’s a bona fide family business with his wife and two grown children, born from his

By Everett Potter Have you ever wanted to go for a day hike but not known what gear to take with you or how to go about planning a trip with your friends and family? EPTR contributor and Maine adventurer Jeffrey Ryan has just published A Hike in the Woods,

By Michael Kiefer Among the lesser-known entries in Leonardo DaVinci’s notebooks is a sketch for a perpetual-motion machine powered by the hot air from a single Italian tour guide. They can talk forever. Every church, every piazza, every village is the most be-you-ti-ful in all of Italy. Then follows a

By Everett Potter Where is the best hotel room view in Boston? Well, I know my hometown, and a question like this is sure to give rise to an argument or two. But for my money, you really can’t beat a light-filled room with a very historic view at the Fairmont

By Ann Abel While Lisbon has lately captured the world’s attention (or at least mine), Portugal’s second city has been stepping out of the shadows. Lately, it has grown into a place where there is far more to do than taste fortified wine and embark on Douro River cruises. Truth

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