In case you’re like, “I want to read a travel article because there’ll be no mention of politics in it,” sorry:
Tag Archives | Travel writing
This morning Michelin unveiled the restaurants earning stars in its first ever guide to Washington, DC. Here’s my article on it for “Condé Nast Traveler”:
Vox Creative recently published two articles I wrote for it in a collaboration with Airbnb:
- “At the Champions League Final in the Heart of Milan”
- “Horses, crabs, and a poncho fight: Preakness weekend in Baltimore”
According to its website, “Vox Creative is a group of writers, designers, directors, and coders who tell powerful stories for brands. Using the same tools and expertise that drive our editorial brands, we create memorable, engaging and award-winning content experiences for marketers.”
Executive summary: The Four Seasons Private Jet was better. But you should still read the entire article anyway.
Possibly the article most in my wheelhouse, except for the time I reviewed the accommodations at my parents’ house:
Earlier this week I got a peek at the Benjamin Bar & Lounge at the new Trump International Hotel, Washington, D.C., where a 1-oz. spoon of wine costs read my article at foxnews.com to find out. It’s $15 to $140. But read my article anyway:
The Trump International Hotel, Washington, DC has its soft opening next Monday. Details have been sparse, but today Fox News published my roundup on some of the more interesting features and amenities:
Always good to revisit Louisville, if only via my memory and browser. Here’s my latest article for Visit the USA, which promotes tourism to, yes, the United States:
Fox News published my article on more Americans traveling to Europe this fall than in previous years—despite the recent attacks there:
Thanks to my editor at Condé Nast Traveler, Paul Brady, for his input.
Photo: Courtesy Condé Nast Traveler