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By Ann Abel Now that the European Union is opening up to vaccinated travelers, it’s time to make up for lost time. And while busy cities still make some of us skittish, countryside destinations have never been more appealing. (And note that covid restrictions still exist, meaning that not all of

By Adam Barker If I had to write a script encompassing all that defines the Trentino region of northern Italy, it would be the most romantic love story, the most sensational drama, the most jaw-dropping thriller…or the most gut-busting comedy. Quite simply, it is “the most” of anything and everything

By Everett Potter New gear for spring travels from SAXX, OluKai, Fourlaps, Merrell, LOWA, ALTRA and KEEN. SAXX Betawave and Oh Buoy Heading to Hawaii, Miami or a Cabo anytime soon? SAXX, which is probably the best known name for men’s pouched underwear, has taken its BallPark Pouch and integrated

  By Julie Snyder After the 10-plus-hour drive from Portland to the Bay Area that launched our trip (read Part One here), Joe suggested that we limit driving to no more than five hours a day. I’m a road warrior, and with a bed in the back of Van Go,

By Everett Potter The good news for travelers is that with some European countries now actively welcoming back Americans, a number of forward-thinking adventure travel companies are already offering trips to these destinations. For those who love walking, hiking and cycling, not to mention eating, drinking local wine, and relaxing

By Everett Potter Ready to travel to Greece? The country is one of the few European destinations that has begun welcoming Americans travelers back. There are still restrictions for entry, of course. Americans must prove that they have received two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine or show a negative PCR

  Story & photos by Julie Snyder Wide awake in our Barstow, California hotel room at 3 a.m., Joe and I pondered our next move. Did we carry on east to the Grand Canyon despite the winter travel advisory and frigid temperatures? Or cancel our reservations and point Van Go

  By Beverly Stephen At a new restaurant in Greenwich Village called Kuxé  (pronounced coo-shay) from Chef Julian Medina, each menu item celebrates the traditions and childhood memories of Medina or one of his team. Medina owns eight Toloache restaurants in New York and the chefs de cuisine or sous

By Ann Abel All across Portugal, people have been counting down to today—the day that terraces (outdoor dining, basically) can reopen after the country’s long winter coronavirus lockdown. There’s no shortage of esplanadas (terraces, rooftops and even sidewalk tables) in this lovely, temperate country, but some of the most beguiling are in

  By Brian E. Clark During winter, former pro snowboarder Gabe Taylor watches the weather forecasts like a hawk for storm cycles that could dump powder on the slopes at Mammoth Mountain (mammothmountain.com) on the east side of California’s Sierra range. “Winter is all about riding powder, which is one