Fox News published my article on more Americans traveling to Europe this fall than in previous years—despite the recent attacks there:
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Thanks to my editor at Condé Nast Traveler, Paul Brady, for his input.
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Wells Fargo Advisors’ Lifescapes newsletter just published my latest article:
Turkey’s long been one of my favorite destinations. And if given the chance to go there now, I would. Unfortunately—and understandably—though, many American travelers are reluctant to visit. And what had been a bad stretch for Turkey’s travel industry seems destined to get worse. Here’s my article for Fox News on the affect of last week’s terrorist attack on Turkey’s travel sector:
Assateague—it’s not just Jeff Teague’s backside #badumching. Read my guide to the island:
And for more on Assateague, check out “Road Trip: Driving the American Horse Trail,” which I wrote for Aol a few years ago.
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Thanks to my editor at Fast Company, Amy Farley, for her keen insight.
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In which I Americansplain to foreign visitors to the U.S. how they can celebrate the Fourth of July like a local:
Condé Nast Traveler just published my latest article:
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Many thanks to my editor at Chicago, Lauren Williamson, as well as all my friends in Louisville who shared their insight on some of the city’s antique hot spots. Its always great to get back to Louisville, if only for a short visit.
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