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‘Condé Nast Traveler’ publishes my article on new Smithsonian National Museum of American History exhibits

Two thoughts from the Smithsonian National Museum of American History’s new series of exhibits, “The Nation We Build Together,” which I just wrote about for Condé Nast Traveler

  • The issues America’s grappling with now—women’s equality, voting rights, religions tolerance—are part of a long-term push towards liberty for all that’s achieved a lot.
  • 300 years later, I can’t believe we’re still dealing with this shit.

Anyway, read the article.

A treasury of my ‘Condé Nast Traveler’ Four Seasons Private Jet coverage

Condé Nast Traveler’s December 2016 issue included my latest article about the Four Seasons Private Jet, As part of its Future of Travel collaboration with Wired:

“Private Jets Will Still Be Outrageously Awesome”

Previously, Condé Nast Traveler’s website published my piece, “How the Four Seasons Private Jet Compares to a Commercial Plane.” And while on assignment, I manned Condé Nast Traveler‘s Snapchat account (@CNTraveler), snapping my travels on the Four Seasons Private Jet from Austin to Costa Rica:

I also tweeted a bunch from my personal account while traveling, and later joined a Four Seasons-hosted Twitter chat about my experience. And while traveling (as well as afterward), I posted to my personal Snapchat, Instagram, and Facebook. Enjoy my Instagram version of the trip (in order of when I posted them, rather than chronologically):

Not sure about the cow’s name, but the champagne’s name is Dom 2006.

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Good news! Crocodiles keep their mouths open to regulate their temperature—not eat travelers. But still. #FSjet

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Cool thing about an evening arrival is getting to wake up yesterday to this view. And Costa Rican coffee. #FSjet

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Puerto caldera ceviche at Sol y Sombra #FSjet

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Drinking a mojito. As you do. #FSJet

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For any of you who’ve wanted to throw me off a cliff… (from last week in Costa Rica) #FSJet

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Alas, the sun set on my time aboard the Four Seasons Private Jet #FSJet

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Looking straight out at Garden of the Gods on Lana’i #fsjet

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Lana’i’s secluded Polihua Beach, with Molokai across the channel. Photo shot last week. #FSJet

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Bull riding in Costa Rica, a stop on my recent trip aboard the Four Seasons Private Jet #FSjet

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Did a little muddin’ with one of the Four Seasons Resorts Lana’i’s Jeeps #FSjet

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Approaching our snorkeling spot off Lana’i a couple weeks back. #fsjet

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Ahi benedict at One Forty, because what isn’t better with ahi #FSjet (from a few weeks back)

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Offshore at Peninsula Papagayo, Costa Rica last month #FSJet

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Thanks to at Paul Brady, Logan Orlando, and everyone else who reviewed my piece  at Condé Nast Traveler; Felicia Yukich, Megan Johnston, Javier Loureiro, Richard Butler, and Kerry Sear and everyone else at the Four Seasons and TCS World Travel who assisted with my trip, as well as Laura Schlecht, Lindsay Cameron, and Devon Nagle at HL Group.

I join the campaign trail for a morning, covering the Trump International Hotel Washington DC opening for Fox News

Trump International Hotel Washington DC opening

Yesterday the U.S. presidential campaign checked into the Trump International Hotel Washington D.C. when Donald Trump joined his family for the new opening’s ceremonial ribbon cutting. It was a  bit different from other hotel openings I’ve covered: Omarosa and New Gingrich were present, as were about 400 political reporters. And while travel writers were wondering where the champagne was, those political reporters seemed thrilled to be getting free coffee. 

Anyway, read my article and view my photos for Fox News:

“Already a success? Trump uses official DC hotel opening to plug brand triumphs”