We asked how you like to travel: in a group, by yourself, or with one other person. Here’s how you responded:
Tamaya Resort soothed from the beginning. First, traditional baked bread slathered with cinnamon butter began a cozy afternoon by the fireplace as rain tumbled over the Sandia Mountains.
Pat Conroy said, “Once you have traveled, the voyage never ends, but is played out over and over again in the quietest chambers. The mind can never break off from the journey.”
In the fine city of Cambridge, Massachusetts, there’s so much to be passionate about. Here one can rub tweedy elbows with challenging scholars, have a slice of the best pizza of your life or join an African drumming class.
I’m not one for the spotlight. Chris Schroder and I were on a TV show once and I did not say one word. But when you want to make a video on a two-person trip and one is the expert videographer, then you’re left to be on camera. I love riverboat cruising so much I got through the filming of our video on Emerald Waterways. I hope you enjoy it.
As a rooftop bar aficionado, I had my ultimate experience at Sky Bar, located 820 feet in the air on the 63rd floor of Lebua in Bangkok, Thailand.
Wandering through downtown Anchorage, visitors feel the instant charm of Alaska’s northern hospitality. Strolling through the downtown area on foot is the easiest way to see Alaska’s largest city. Make the Historic Anchorage Hotel your home base to explore all the nearby attractions.
I felt a little guilty walking out of The DeSoto Savannah with a huge plastic cup full of cucumber spritzer at 2:00 in the afternoon but I was reassured open drinks are legal in the Historic District. We were on a Sip and Stroll tour with the concierge of the hotel, Kolin Podell, who was leading us on a gin-fueled tour of one of my favorite cities, sharing its history and stories about some of the famous residents, past and present.
A new non-profit, Discover Puerto Rico, was founded to promote Puerto Rico. CEO Brad Dean shared just a few reasons to visit this year:
I’m not sure which I’ve lost most, sunglasses or umbrellas. With Bluetooth tracking through its app you’ll never leave The Weatherman umbrella behind. The app also notifies you about the weather and send you alerts so you know whether to take the umbrella along with you.