Words by Jules Older. Photos by Effin Older. Guerneville, California. It floods. And floods, and floods, and floods. Even now, it’s still replanting, rebuilding, re-opening from its most recent flood which, in February 2019, poured four feet of water over Main Street. While it’s indisputably true that floods cause heartache

By Ann Abel I spent my first couple of days on the north Adriatic island of Losinj trying to figure out how to pronounce it. My Croatian hosts said things that sounded almost like familiar words. Lotion? Lozenge? I never did quite master it. No matter. My mispronunciations worked for

By Everett Potter Last year, I wrote a story for Forbes on the sleek Bowlus Road Chief, a sleek Art Moderne travel trailer that was redesigned with all the comforts that 21st century travelers were looking for, such as heated floors, charging stations for devices, flexible space options, and a

  By Melissa Coleman (See “Part One: Contemporary, Large, and Hip” for a reunion with high school friends at the Hyatt Centric.)   Part Two: Historic, Small, and Romantic  A Holiday Getaway at the Algonquin   For my Icelandic boyfriend’s first trip to New York City over the holidays we

By Everett Potter A company called Collective Retreats, which set up a luxury tent camp on Governors Island in New York harbor last year, has unveiled a new accommodation type. Outlook Shelters is their first non-tent accommodations. If you’ve ever gone on safari, you’ll have a visual of what’s on

By Julie Snyder While Portland prides itself on an eclectic collection of hip hotels, the city is just as proud of its lodging with a vintage vibe. No longer hipsters, our favorites fall in the latter category. There’s Hotel deLuxe, an art deco homage to Hollywood, with its gorgeous high-ceilinged

Photos by Phillip N. Wheat, Intro by Everett Potter A few times a year, I head off to Switzerland and Italy for National Geographic Expeditions and lecture on an amazing trip called Swiss Trains & the Italian Lake District. We start in Zurich, and then head to Zermatt, St. Moritz,

A GIFT from Quentin Little on Vimeo.   Longtime EPTR contributor Marc Kristal has created a 28-day Kickstarter campaign, to raise $200,000 to fully fund production and completion of a film called A Gift.   Below, you’ll find a link to the project page, with information about the film and

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