And to find out what it is, you’ll have to read my latest article for “Condé Nast Traveler”:
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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.
At Millennial 20/20 a few weeks back, I found some tech innovations that should make air travel a bit better anyway:
Lifescapes is a Wells Fargo Advisors program that shares insights to help clients plan, invest, and enjoy life. It just published an article I wrote, “Packaged Getaways: Cutting Through the Clutter.”
Fox News published my Trump-inauguration preview yesterday. In short, less people, less balls (yes I know it should read “fewer” but joke).
Today private-jet app JetSmarter announced it had a valuation of $1.5 billion. And, in an interview with me for Condé Nast Traveler, the startup’s founder, CEO, and chairman, Sergey Petrossov, unveiled plans to add 80 new routes by the end of 2017, allowing its members to travel from Los Angeles to Hong Kong, as well as many destinations in between. Read my article:
I previously wrote about JetSmarter for Fast Company: “Six Companies Changing the Way We Travel.”
Journey into The Ritz-Carlton is a portal into the hotel company’s travel expertise. Travel experiences and memories from around the world are inspired by the desire to create memories that last a lifetime. The storied hotel brand has brought together a collection of truly unique experiences and moments that range from Balinese weddings on white sand beaches through to fabulous cocktail recipes from chic rooftop bars.
For Journey into The Ritz-Carlton, I wrote “Washington, D.C.: A City Reborn.”
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:
In case you’re like, “I want to read a travel article because there’ll be no mention of politics in it,” sorry:
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”: