The Chelsea Hotel, Atlantic City, NJ. By Shari Hartford The Boardwalk in Atlantic City is not exactly a winter wonderland. On a good day it's peppered with hearty folks out for some sea air intermingling with street-wise locals looking to make a few bucks. But when the winds
A vintage Citroen in front of the The Metropole Sofitel in Hanoi. When you wake up in a large room in The Metropole Sofitel Hanoi and sun is streaming in from the garden, it’s already a perfect day. When your room-mates are snoring or buried beneath their down or
Erik Blachford I first met Erik Blachford at a dinner in Whistler a couple of years ago, when we got into an extended discussion about the merits of the Burning Man Project. He is a devoted attendee while the jury is till out as far as I'm concerned. No
Biking the St. Johns River-to-Sea Loop Co-founders of the non-profit Bike Florida, Linda Crider and Herb Hiller have spent the past 30 years leading the Florida biking movement. This past October, they launched their first long-distance bike tour, a 260-mile weeklong jaunt that starts and ends in Palatka on the
Ringling Museum. By Eleanor Berman Headlines about cold in Florida remind of my own frigid vacation a few years ago. Here I was in Sarasota, with some of Florida's finest beaches just across a causeway, and I had to don a ski jacket to take a walk on the sand.