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 up, that The Hotel Detective’s approach had made the mannequins hastily reabsorb their rampant spirits, like teenagers putting the living

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 had other commitments. The good news for you is that the Maine windjammer season runs all the way to mid-October.

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 in the open air, cultivated fine wines, and oversaw porcelain-making and other pursuits.  Visitors to the Saxon Elblands can still

  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. After more than a century as Cape Cod’s premier luxury resort, and a recent $100 million renovation, the Chatham Bars Inn offers

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 markets, is not only the best new Italian restaurant in Paris but Europe. Now that’s a tall statement, Alec, you

  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 recent trip from New York to Santiago, Chile – about 10 hours over 5,000 miles, as the 787 flies – I had

  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 Contest.  Following the recent success of the film’s marketing campaign with major media pickups from National Geographic, Travel + Leisure,

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 exploring Europe for the first time, but it has broadened its appeal to today’s travelers. Here are five myths about