December 2014

By Everett Potter What are the 5 biggest myths about Christmas travel? Read on …

  By Kim McHugh Remember your first bike? Mine was a candy apple red Schwinn and I wish I could have ridden it year round. But I grew up in Illinois, where the long winters meant trading my bike for skis, ice skates or a Flexible Flyer. Had I been

  By Larry Olmsted American skiers and snowboarders are blessed with a wealth of great choices when it comes to planning a winter vacation, and there are plenty of excellent options – but Colorado’s Breckenridge should be near the top of any short list of finalists. Continue reading …  

By Alexander Lobrano After working for twelve years in Barcelona, Parisian-born chef Ludovic Dubois, son of the distinguished fromagere Martine Dubois, has returned to Paris and opened Les Poulettes Batignolles. It’s a good-looking modern bistro in a quiet side street with a very appealing Catalan inflected contemporary menu. “I really like

Guest Post by Lisa Leavitt I still lug around my heavy 35 mm Canon camera, just like I still tend toward actual books and dirty bulky newspapers. However, you can’t be but amazed at what your iPhone camera is capable of doing. Here are some excellent apps and tools that

  By Jules Older   For travelers, there’s no shortage of toys and tools, gear and gadgets. The best of the lot make great gifts to go. Here are some of my favorites.   Trekking Poles You will get funny looks. You will be asked, oh, five times per mile,

By Steve Jermanok Even as New England ski areas make it more and more enticing to venture their way, adding an array of exciting activities like tubing and ziplining, many of us want to avoid the crowds. We savor the opportunity to get lost in the wilderness, breathing in the

Michaela Guzy is the founder and chief content creator of the travel, food and philanthropic content site OhThePeopleYouMeet. Michaela also is the producer, writer and host of the original travel web video series Michaela’s Map, which has been featured on Everett Potter, The Daily Meal, OTPYM channels, CTV/Associated Press World

By Julie Snyder You can go home again. Especially if that home is as magical as the region surrounding Lake Chelan, a 55-mile ribbon of crystal-clear, glacier-fed water tucked into Washington’s Cascade Mountains. Just ask Heather and Dean Neff, owners of Nefarious Cellars, who apprenticed in the wine business in