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Travel

  1. mind the gap
    How One Couple Quit Their Jobs and Traveled for a YearA new book shows how they made it work after dating for four months.
  2. Celebrate Big Italian Art in a Small American TownHidden among the area’s showier gems, like Rhinebeck or Hudson, Cold Spring is an undiscovered jewel in the Hudson River Valley crown.
  3. people's choice
    The Best Travel Pillows on Amazon, Based on Hyperenthusiastic ReviewsU-shaped, inflatable, and scarflike options for sleeping on even long-haul flights.
  4. A First-Timer’s Art-and-Design Guide to Buenos AiresArt Basel Cities Week is just around the corner. Here’s what to eat, see, do, and buy when you’re not working the festival circuit.
  5. In Anchorage, Alaska, Admire Native Art in Between Seaplane RidesThe Last Frontier is home to a refreshingly cosmopolitan city.
  6. horny week forever
    Aggressively Horny Dolphin Wreaks Havoc on Seaside French TownThe dolphin, Zafar, keeps rubbing up on humans and boats, “often clearly in a state of sexual arousal.”
  7. The Unbearable Sameness of CitiesWhat my journey across the United States taught me about indie cafés and Ikea lights.
  8. Put Québec On Your Bucket ListOld-world European flair and that sweet, sweet poutine.
  9. this thing's incredible
    This Padded Foot Sling Makes Economy Feel Like First ClassAnd thanks to this gizmo I was able to sleep on my flight to Singapore.
  10. Insider Travel Itineraries for 9 Far-Flung CitiesThe typical days and ​play-it-by-ear nights of locals from Lagos, Stockholm, Beijing, Honolulu, Dubai, San Francisco, Bogotá, Bangkok, and Oslo.
  11. anthropology
    What Would Anthony Bourdain Think of Gordon Ramsay’s New Food-Travel Show?Ramsay will try to outcook local chefs at their own cuisine.
  12. Walden Pond: New England’s Daytona BeachA Harvard scholar explains why Thoreau would be pleased.
  13. bachelor nation
    Why Does Becca Kufrin’s Bachelorette Season Have Such Terrible Trips?She should be in Europe by now. Instead, she’s slumming it up in Richmond.
  14. Auditor: Tom Price Owes Government $341,000 for Unauthorized Travel ExpensesIt’s amazing how much Price spent on travel that accomplished nothing of great note during just seven months in office.
  15. Influencer Gets Bit by Shark for Sick Instagram and It’s Totally Worth ItInstagramming is well on its way to surpassing bobsledding as the world’s most dangerous sport.
  16. look book
    The IT Strategist Who Loves Running and Traveling“I was just in Denmark, and I ran every day.”
  17. recommended by experts
    The Best Travel Adapters for Every Type of Trip, According to Frequent Travelers“I reckon this adapter is the only thing I carry that’s as well-traveled as my passport.”
  18. the best. really.
    What Are the Best Travel Shoes?The best shoes to withstand both airplanes and cobblestones, for men and women.
  19. journeys
    The Truly Magical Thing About Magic Mike Live in Las VegasIt’s not the abs. It’s the friendship.
  20. I Let Go of Travel Snobbery and Fell in Love With CruisingHow I (sort of) learned to cook and (really) came to appreciate cruising aboard a ship in French Polynesia.
  21. how i get it done
    Packing Tips From 25 Women Who Travel for WorkKatie Couric, Janet Mock, and more frequent fliers share their best travel advice.
  22. The 9 Best Offbeat Museums to Visit in Las VegasThe most fascinatingly weird museums you’ll find anywhere.
  23. the best. really.
    What Are the Best Duffel Bags for Travel?Options for all of your summer getaways.
  24. The Best Way to Tour a City Is Through Its Grocery StoreThe local market as museum.
  25. science of us
    What to Do If You Get Sick on Vacation in Another CountryA guide to getting well without the comforts of home.
  26. the urbanist: san juan
    Go Deeper: What to Read, Watch, and Follow Before Visiting San JuanOur essentials include Boricua cookbooks, a Frontline documentary, and graphic novels starring Puerto Rico’s first female superhero.
  27. the best. really.
    The Best Toiletry Bags for Travel, According to Frequent Fliers“It’s like an old-school Chevy Suburban inside with the amount of room it has for various products.”
  28. the urbanist: san juan
    Rainforests and Rum Castles: The Best Day Trips From San JuanWhen locals need to get away, they go to El Yunque, Tanama River, Fajardo, Ponce, and Piñones.
  29. the urbanist: san juan
    From Tito to Trap: Inside San Juan’s Music and Dance ScenePuerto Rico’s biggest export is its music. Here’s where the locals go for live shows and euphoric rug-cutting.
  30. the urbanist: san juan
    Fun Things to Do When It Rains In San JuanA wet day needn’t spoil your vacation. When the clouds burst, in-the-know locals explore cultural centers, art-house cinemas, and sketch comedy shows.
  31. the urbanist: san juan
    Piña Coladas and Carbonated Negronis: A San Juan Drinking PrimerThis used to be a rum town—and only a rum town. Things have changed.
  32. the urbanist
    Where San Juan’s Top Chefs Eat Every MealOn the menu: suckling pig, piragua, medianoche sandwiches, alcapurrias, and damn good coffee.
  33. the urbanist: san juan
    Muévete!: How to Break a Sweat in San JuanKite surfing, paddleboarding, cycling, yoga on the beach, and other ways to get your blood pumping.
  34. the urbanist: san juan
    Eco Goods and Guayaberas: Shopping Like a Local in San JuanPop-ups, concept shops, and the best boutique strip in the city.
  35. i'm not a professional. just crazy.
    The Travel-Sized Products That Work As Well As My Daily StaplesTiny but powerful cleansers, essences, and mascaras.
  36. the urbanist: san juan
    A High-Low Art Lover’s Guide to San JuanFrom the streets to the galleries, there is beauty everywhere you turn.
  37. the urbanist: san juan
    Life After Maria: How Travelers Can Help Puerto Rico Recover“How can I help?” has replaced “Why isn’t Puerto Rico a state?” as the number one question asked by visitors.
  38. the urbanist: san juan
    Where the Locals Would Stay in San Juan If They Weren’t LocalAvailability is high and prices are much gentler than before the storms.
  39. the urbanist: san juan
    Week 10: San Juan Is a City on the RiseDespite its struggles, the capital of Puerto Rico continues to provide a fascinating, fun, and passport-free getaway for Statesiders.
  40. the urbanist: london
    Go Deeper: What to Read, Watch, and Download Before Visiting LondonOur list of essentials includes a detective series starring Idris Elba and a zombie apocalypse flick.
  41. what's good
    Is Kanye the Best Thing to Happen to Wyoming, or the Worst? Rihanna plane, Fyre Festival, Jackson Hole.
  42. the urbanist: london
    11 Souvenirs You Should Buy in London, According to LocalsPay no mind to those telephone box keychains and Queen Elizabeth bobbleheads. Our insiders have much better suggestions for gifts to go.
  43. the urbanist: london
    Kew Gardens, Margate, and Other Escapes From LondonFive brilliant day trips, each less than two hours from the heart of the capital.
  44. the urbanist: london
    All the Galleries, Theaters, and Art Hubs You Should Know in South LondonHand-picked by Zoe Whitley, curator of contemporary international art at Tate Modern.
  45. the urbanist: london
    Don’t Leave London Without Trying These 8 Essential DishesBeyond fish and chips: A quartet of food experts wax lyrical about four British classics and other dishes unique to contemporary, cosmopolitan London.
  46. Kansas City Is More Than Barbecue and Jazz … But Those Parts Are StellarKansas City, Missouri, is a dynamic, growing city that’s a perfect trip for families, art lovers, history buffs, food geeks, and jazz fans.
  47. the urbanist: london
    London’s Best Watering Holes, According to Star Bartender Tony ConigliaroThe ‘Heston Blumenthal of drinks’ picks his favorite bars for top-shelf Martinis, natural wine, and no-frills cocktails.
  48. the urbanist: london
    Where the Founders of The Gourmand Eat and Drink in LondonDavid Lane and Marina Tweed’s go-to breakfast nooks, old-school oyster bars, and proper English pubs.
  49. the urbanist: london
    Now and Then: Two Ways to Experience the Architecture of LondonThis is an old city, and over the millennia has been built on top of itself by generations, each bringing with it its own design ideals.
  50. the urbanist: london
    My Favorite End: A Comedian’s Guide to South LondonNish Kumar, a stand-up comedian and presenter of BBC satirical news show The Mash Report, digs into the stomping ground of his youth.
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