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Text: K.Mitchell Snow Photos: Paul Clemence In an upscale corner of Washington, DC dominated by center-hall brick colonials, the home architects Phillip Johnson and Richard Foster created in 1963 for the art collection of Carmen and David Kreeger aggressively asserts its individuality.   Unlike Washington’s better known mansion to museum conversion,

Story and Photos by Neil Wolkodoff On the big Blue Danube, the longest and widest river ship to cruise the famous waterway is the AmaMagna. Before your actual river journey, it is best to explore the embarkation and departing cities, given the distance traveled. AmaWaterways provides fully guided tour packages

By Ann Abel For all its grandeur and loveliness today, Vidago Palace, a lavish resort in the far north of Portugal, did not get off to the most auspicious of starts. In the early 20th century, when thermal springs resorts were all the rage, King Carlos I wanted a luxurious palace

By Brian E. Clark I’ve done cycling trips from Canada to Chile to Cuba to Ireland – to say nothing of pedaling through California’s wine country and riding across Iowa as part of RAGBRAI, an annual tour which attracts more than 10,000 cyclists every summer and is sometimes referred to

By Larry Olmsted When it comes to planning an island vacation in the Caribbean, there are tons of choices, big and small, with arguments to be made for just about every spot. But if you are a golfer, the options thin out dramatically. There are several smaller islands with one

By Everett Potter The war in Ukraine has led Vital Impacts, a conservation organization and print sale fundraiser aimed at travelers, to adjust its direction. The organization was created to reach out to travelers touched by their own encounters with the natural world, offering prints by National Geographic photographers, with

By Winston Conrad (this is an excerpt from Catching Paradise in Hawaii, an account of the author’s long-term travel adventure to the Kona coast where he relocated with his family.)   Uliuli kai holo ka mano. Where the sea is dark, sharks swim. (Sharks are found in the deep sea.

A Conversation about The Alfond Inn at Rollins and the Rollins Museum of Art   The Alfond Inn at Rollins, the award-winning property in Winter Park, is celebrated as a groundbreaking and unique art hotel. Does that make it a hotel with art? Or a museum with rooms? It clearly

Words & pictures by Deborah Loeb Bohren Canada’s Nova Scotia was a mystical place to me growing up. My parents often spoke of Peggy’s Cove and a hand colored photograph taken by my dad of a local fisherman hung proudly in our living room. It took me more decades than

By Everett Potter There’s a new luxury van on the market called the Jayco Terrain 19Y that is likely to give some serious competition to the current crop of vehicles created to pair rugged adventure with creature comforts. Jayco is owned by Thor Industries, which also owns Airstream. It’s been