A couple weeks ago I went to a local wine and cheese pairing with my brother and two cousins. My aunt gifted me and my brother with the wine tasting for our birthdays, and our cousins just tagged along for fun!
Two weeks ago we wrapped the November issue of Global Traveler magazine, our North America issue, and in two more weeks it will be in your hands. We cover everything from Caribbean islands to family-friendly ski resorts and cities from Toronto to Nashville. My colleague and senior editor Jan Hecht wrote a great article about America's undiscovered beaches . . . a favorite topic of mine. My recent blogs have shared a recent family trip to the Oregon Coast, which features plenty of lovely, quiet beaches and cute little towns along its 363 miles of shoreline.
As a Bucks County native, I’ve always known of the legacy of Chez Odette’s, later named Odette’s Restaurant, situated on the banks of the Delaware River in New Hope, Pennsylvania. While the original, historic structure that housed first an inn and then the restaurant was relocated to preserve its legacy after the restaurant was shuttered earlier this century, the recently opened, newly built River House at Odette’s, a hotel and restaurant, sits in the original location and pays homage to its namesake, Odette Myrtil.
While reading an article on travel horror stories, I started to think of my own bad experiences. Since this is Throwback Thursday, I throw it back to 2002, when my friends and I had a memorable trip.
In my last blog, I mentioned my plans to take my little brother and cousin to a Harvest Festival in New York City this past weekend, but things turned out differently.
Last weekend I took a much needed getaway to the Jersey Shore. As I’ve mentioned in previous blogs, I love going to Ocean City, N.J., any chance I get. I left on a Friday morning and got there around 12 p.m., with plenty of time to still sit and enjoy the beach.
As more destinations around the globe reopen to travelers, we are ready to get back to one of our favorite activities. Join us over the next several weeks as we take you to places around the world saying #WelcomeBacktoTravel. Take a visual journey through Charleston, South Carolina, with us.
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Velas Resorts’ new Group Takeover Program offers a spin on the classic working vacation. With so many industries going fully remote and leaving the office for good, companies can now take advantage of the flexibility with offers like Velas Resorts Group Takeover Program, guaranteeing exclusive, private use of the hotel for corporate functions, meetings and group events.
Though air travel slowed as airports temporarily closed and borders shuttered to stifle the spread of coronavirus, the airline industry — led by oneworld alliance member airlines — enacted enhanced protective measures to reduce risk and protect passengers.
Atlantis, The Palm offers global guests staying five or more nights the opportunity to claim back the cost of their respective countries’ departure PCR test now through April 30, 2021. Many travelers are required to present a negative PCR test before arriving in the UAE, and the luxury resort will give back the full cost of the tests for two guests per room to spend as in-resort credit. For a PCR test that costs up to $190, two guests will receive the full amount back to spend at the resort, including food and beverage, spa or waterpark experiences.
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