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Award-winning photographer and writer Paul Clemence has been exploring the streets of Manhattan during these strangest of days. Here are some of his images, presented in black and white — because this is pretty much how New York City feels at this point in time.          

By Everett Potter When will we be able to travel again? What might the post-coronavirus travel landscape look like? I put these questions and others to Jennifer Tombaugh, President of Tauck, the blue-chip company that offers escorted and guided tours around the world. Everett Potter: I realize you don’t have a

  By Everett Potter Across the country, many of us are experiencing some level of shutdown. But many locales are also permitting walking, running and biking as long as we maintain social distancing. If you’re an adventure traveler, these are particularly frustrating times. But smart cyclists and hikers can turn

By Everett Potter Those of us who drove a vintage VW camper van back in the day recall those quirky and colorful vehicles with deep affection. At this moment in time, an escape in a classic hippie van sounds to me like the perfect dream, a return to van life

We are living in the time of virtual travel, so sit back and take a lovely trip to Provence. No words, just wonderful images courtesy of photographer Deborah Loeb Bohren.                     Deborah Loeb Bohren is a fine art and travel photographer. Photography

Reports from Honolulu, Paris, Portland (ME and OR), Madison, Israel, Amsterdam, New York and other places on daily life during these challenging times. Everett Potter, Pelham, NY From my perch in southern Westchester, I’m about a quarter-mile from the first containment zone in the US. No matter, it’s not containing

By Everett Potter Today is the first day of spring and that would normally be a reason for joy, if not for the coronavirus currently sweeping around the world. There are still grounds for celebration, however, because it’s also the day when Chef Erin French, who owns The Lost Kitchen in

Story & photos by David McKay Wilson When I left Breckenridge after a brilliant three-day visit in late February, I kept my ski bag packed for another trip just four weeks later for spring break at Copper Mountain in Colorado’s Summit County. What a week I had at Breck, part

GLP is proud to announce the  “Best Sustainable Tourism Films of 2020” Chosen from over 100 video submissions by travel trade organizations and filmmakers from around the globe, GLP is thrilled to announce the official selections for the “Best Sustainable Tourism Films of 2020.” The winning films transport us to five continents

By Everett Potter Pining for the emerald green island of the shamrock and a freshly pulled pint of Guinness? In the time of coronavirus, traveling to Ireland is not possible for a while. But a virtual trip to the auld sod via a great Irish movie is as easy as