Tag Archives | Travel writing
For the second time this month, plans for supersonic commercial air travel were announced. And for the second time this month, I wrote about the news for Condé Nast Traveler:
Looks like we’ve got a couple of trends here.
Brand USA’s Visit the USA website, which encourages travelers abroad to, well, visit the USA, just published another article I wrote:
Today Condé Nast Traveler published my latest article:
Wells Fargo Advisors’ Lifescapes newsletter just published my latest article: “Planning Your Trip to the Races in Louisville.”
Today Condé Nast Traveler published my exclusive on self-guided city-tour app TripScout‘s major update:
Because it mentions me:
My first piece for Condé Nast Traveler was an analysis of Kayak’s 2015 travel hacker guide. Kayak just published the 2016 edition of the guide, and I made some new predictions based on the data for Condé Nast Traveler:
Brand USA’s Visit the USA website, which encourages travelers abroad to, well, visit the USA, just published two articles I wrote:
In a related story, Pitmasters Back Alley BBQ just opened in DC, about two blocks away from my house, and I’ve been ordering from it weekly. With no dine-in option, it didn’t qualify for my articles. But if you’re in DC, you’d be well advised to call in an order and just picnic some place.
Photo: Courtesy Visit the USA
The January 2016 issue of Condé Nast Traveler includes my article “Two Very Good Arguments to Take a Cruise Right Now—With the Kids … “.
(In case you’re curious, the other argument is for taking a cruise without the kids. And it’s pretty persuasive.)
You can pick up Condé Nast Traveler wherever fine magazines are sold. Update Jan. 12, 2016: My article now appears online as well.
And if this article has you hankering for more articles and videos from me on Disney Cruise Line, you’re in luck:
- Lonely Planet: “Disney cruise ship offers Jedi training”
- MapQuest: “Disney Cruise Line’s Very Merrytime Cruises”
- MapQuest: “Disney Cruise Line’s Halloween on the High Seas”
- MapQuest: “Disney Cruises: Answers to Questions about Cruising with Kids, Castaway Cay, Beer and More“
Photo: Courtesy Condé Nast Traveler