City Breaks

Like Eating A Single Potato Chip: What To Do If You Have To Pick Only One Destination

One of my least favorite words when it comes to travel planning is neither a noun nor a verb. It is a conjunction.

Or.

Of course, so is my most favorite word.

And.

What can I say? I’m a fan of conjunctions.

Yet sometimes you have to choose. (Do you see what I did there?) Sometimes you can’t visit all of the places and see all of the things and eat all of the food. For times like that, I bring you…

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Lists

The Only Holiday Gift Guide for Travelers You Will Ever Need

Yes, folks–I’m just that confident that I’ve created the single Gifts for Travelers list that you need to read this holiday season–or any holiday season. And as an added bonus, it’s not even a slideshow post. You’re welcome, interwebs. (Death to slideshow posts.)

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Lodging

A Home Where The Buffalo Roam: Living Like a Local in Keystone, South Dakota

The phrase ‘living like a local’ is thrown around a lot in travel writing. But the term is typically reserved for stories of international travel. An American can ‘live like a local’ in, say, Ecuador. But a New Yorker would be unlikely to attempt to ‘live like a local’ in, say, Tulsa–or vice versa; Tulsa residents most definitely do not travel to New York City to live like New Yorkers. They travel to New York City to stand in Times Square while holding a selfie stick.

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Foodie Travel

Three Days in Kentucky: A Bourbon Education

The people who know me well assumed I traveled to Kentucky to drink bourbon. The people who know me well were wrong. I went to Kentucky to learn about Bourbon.

And then drink it.

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