Snorkeling past museum-caliber sculptures, trolleying to a hilltop samba bar, beholding the world’s largest geyser field, and other fill-in-the-blank travel experiences.
Published Oct 24, 2010
Plunging into artist Jason deCaires Taylor’s Museo Subacuático de Arte, an underwater sculpture garden north of Cancún.
(Photo: Barcroft/Fame Pictures)
Maybe your moment won’t hit until January. Or maybe you’re starting to feel it already. But at some point, we all reach that wintertime breaking point, when we’d rather be doing something else, somewhere else.
Setting aside any parochial pride, you may yearn for somewhere a bit warmer, like, say, a subaquatic sculpture park slowly morphing into a man-made reef off the coast of Cancún. Or you might fancy a wild night at a Shanghai nightclub named after a certain coolheaded U.S. leader. Or maybe you’ve always wanted to hunt for turkeys. Whatever your pleasure, we’ve collected trips for lovers of sun and snow, beer and bottle service, fine art and board games—some languid affairs, others adventurous, and all worthy of your next getaway. read more [+]
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Contributors: Sarah Amandolare, Justin Bergman, Geraldine Campbell, Carrie Nieman Culpepper, Julie Earle-Levine, Adam Fisher, Joe Hagan, Jolyon Helterman, Nicholas Gill, Elaine Glusac, Sarah Gold, Adam H. Graham, Jeff Koyen, Janelle Nanos, Brendan Spiegel, Kathleen Squires, James Sturz, Jean Tang, and Fiorella Valdesolo.