UNITED STATES AND CANADA
In this month's Conde Nast Traveler magazine, Julia Reed raises a glass to Boston, in her article on "Boston Unbottoned" (I recommend you actually read her article). In honor of the city I grew up in, here are my favorites in this extraordinary and historical city that I love so much. Read More.
My first time in Vegas was with work. And despite being in Vegas for 6 days, I only saw small glimpses outside of the walls of the hotel conference rooms. Yet the small glimpses outside of the hotel was enough to see and feel Vegas. Sure, I didn’t have the bachelorette experience with gambling, drinking and clubbing or the splurge on multiple shows and dinners, but I still got the Vegas experience. Read More.
About an hour south of Tampa, just north of Sarasota, lies a barrier island with a seven-mile strip of beautiful white-sand beaches, calm turquoise water, colorful architecture that bring the visitor back to Florida’s seventies. Read More.
Growing up, Montreal and Vancouver were the cities to visit in Canada. They were the Canadian cities with culture, scenery, and an atmosphere perfect for weekend visitors. Toronto was just another large urban city. Period. I don't know when it happened, but at some point, like many North American cities that are emerging with a new personality, Toronto became cool. And cool it is. Read more.
Vancouver is one of my favorite cities in the world. If I could, I would move there in a heartbeat. It's clean, beautiful, full of great restaurants, and the city sits on the water with a background of mountains. The city is filled with outdoor activities just a walk out the door. Read More.