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  1. the urbanist
    The Urbanist’s Guide to Approachable, Unusual HikesAvoid the day-tripper crowds at these expert-recommended trails.
  2. recommended by experts
    An Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Camping, According to Camping Experts“You’re going to have more fun if you’re prepared.”
  3. weird things we love
    With These 3 Supplies, I Drove 13 Hours Without Using a Public RestroomTogether, they allowed me to create a private bathroom in the middle of nowhere.
  4. Why Bermuda Should Be Your Next TripWhether you’re planning for the future or are in need of some wanderlust now.
  5. recommended by experts
    How to Stock Your Weeklong (or Monthlong) Vacation Kitchen, According to ChefsCanned fish, a 12-in-1 kitchen multi-tool, a French press for low-key coffee-making, and more.
  6. recommended by experts
    How to Travel and Commute Amid the Coronavirus Outbreak, According to ExpertsYes, you should wear a mask.
  7. this thing's incredible
    I Put These Patches on My Butt and Mosquitoes Don’t Even Know I ExistI’ve actually watched a mosquito approach me, linger a while, and then buzz off.
  8. the top line
    How Ski Resorts Hope to Operate Under COVID-19 This WinterSkiing is a naturally low-risk activity, but concerns about sudden lockdowns and traveling to, getting up, and eating on the mountain remain.
  9. micro sales
    The 19 Best Deals From REI’s (Ongoing) Fourth of July SaleThe retailer is offering up to 50 percent off select clothing, outdoor gear, and more from now through July 6.
  10. the urbanist
    The Urbanist’s Guide to the Beaches of New JerseyHow to best navigate everything from parking to beach tags.
  11. the top line
    How Do You Talk People Into Traveling in the Middle of a Pandemic?Companies are looking for ways to coax potential travelers back out of their homes.
  12. buyer's market
    Who’s Booking Hotel Rooms Right Now? Vacation Optimists.People are hoping that the worst will be over in a few months. And if it’s not, they have an out.
  13. buyer’s market
    Luxury Hotels Are Nearly Empty. Budget Hotels Still Have Customers.“It’s mostly local,” says one general manager. “Maybe someone in the family wants to quarantine or stay away from family.”
  14. the top line
    Here’s Why So Many Planes Are Still Flying, Nearly EmptySchedule reductions haven’t lined up with the drop in demand amid COVID-19, as obstacles like logistics, DOT obligations, and algae get in the way.
  15. coronavirus
    Naomi Campbell Is Not Messing Around With CoronavirusThe supermodel gets even more serious about her travel routine.
  16. testing testing
    These Carry-on Bags (Almost) Turned My Twins’ Airplane Seats Into BedsThe in-flight bed was one thing. But they had even more fun riding them around the airport.
  17. please advise
    Ask Chris Black: Can You Help Me Find Trail-to-City Hiking Shoes?Shoes to take you from the Alps to Tompkins Square Park, plus the new spring clothes on Chris’s to-buy list, and six things he won’t travel without.
  18. the top line
    Coronavirus Is Hitting Travel Companies Hard — But Nobody Knows How Hard, YetDeclining travel is both a symptom and a cause of broader economic problems.
  19. buyer's market
    So What Should I Do About Coronavirus Now?Besides just waiting.
  20. ask a cool person
    The Best Weekend Travel Bags, According to Seasoned TravelersWe spoke to 18 people who are always getting away about their favorites.
  21. buyer's market
    Skiing Is More Expensive Than Ever, and Also Cheaper – If You Plan RightAs the ski industry has become more consolidated and more corporate, it has copied pricing strategies from the airline and hotel industries.
  22. buyer's market
    How I Learned to Let Go of My Baggage — LiterallyThere are actually a lot of advantages to checking your luggage. And airlines have done their share to make it a better choice.
  23. the urbanist
    The Urbanist’s Guide to TucsonSonoran Desert chiles, full-moon-brewed beer, and grocery-store-heiress antiques.
  24. people's choice
    The Best Travel Pillows on Amazon, According to Hyperenthusiastic ReviewersIncluding a neck pillow that for one reviewer feels like baby Jesus himself wrapping your neck in a formfitting embrace.
  25. please advise
    Ask Chris Black: What Office Supplies Will Impress People at My New Big-Boy Job?Tasteful (and functional) things for your desk, plus technical backpacks that double as work bags and the stuff Chris uses when traveling with suits.
  26. ask a cool person
    What’s The Best Rolling Luggage?Including hard and soft shell options, bags to carry-on and check, and two picks that are under $100.
  27. trust me i should know
    This Is How I Double My Wardrobe With (Actually Stylish) Reversible ClothesAn easy way to pack half the clothing, but have double the choices.
  28. ask a cool person
    What’s The Best Cross-body Travel Bag?“It’s a sleek bag that looks just as at home at a nice restaurant as it does on the Global Entry line.”
  29. ask a cool person
    The Best Travel Shoes, According to GlobetrottersThe best shoes to withstand both airplanes and cobblestones, for men and women.
  30. buyer's market
    The Secret to a Relaxing Vacation: Meticulous, Detailed PlansWhen it comes to travel, “going with the flow” is wildly overrated.
  31. this thing's incredible
    The Best Thing I Bought This Decade Is Fjällräven’s Kanken Laptop BackpackThe Fjällräven Kanken might have been designed for kids, but it works just as well for adults. Especially this one.
  32. the urbanist
    A Chef’s Guide to SapporoSpicy curry ramen, rare whiskeys, and a sky-high Japanese bath.
  33. the urbanist
    A Stylist’s Guide to GothenburgA world-famous design store, decadent shrimp sandwiches, and a coastal day spa.
  34. the trip list
    What to Pack for a Ski Trip, According to People Who Ski a LotEverything you need to stay warm on and off the slopes.
  35. deal of the day
    This Strategist-Recommended (and Highly Giftable) Neck Pillow Is Seldom on SaleThe Trtl neck pillow folds down to the size of a T-shirt.
  36. ask a cool person
    What Is the Best Dopp Kit for Men?Compact enough to squeeze in a carry-on, durable enough to withstand years of travel.
  37. gifts they might actually want
    The 39 Best Travel Gift Ideas, According to Frequent TravelersFrom a space pen to indestructible headphones.
  38. the urbanist
    An Artist’s Guide to DenverArt-filled hotels, fried tacos, and endless vintage shopping.
  39. people's choice
    The Best Hard-Side Luggage on Amazon, According to Hyperenthusiastic Reviewers“It’s survived gravel, cobblestone roads, and even being dragged up and down stairs by the handle.”
  40. the urbanist
    An Interior Designer’s Guide to Kansas CityA modern sculpture park, curry-maple waffles, and cirque cabaret.
  41. cut opinion pages
    The Simple Joys of Waiting for a FlightGrab your snacks and meet me at Gate 5.
  42. the urbanist
    A Chef’s Guide to ZürichPulled pork belly, contemporary art in a 12th century monastery, and picturesque ski slopes.
  43. Where to Shop, Eat, and Drink in NYCAccording to an editor.
  44. strat investigates
    Why Do Almost 400 Flight Attendants Own This $24 Jumpsuit?“Every single person started getting it, and now they call it the unofficial flight-attendant uniform.”
  45. the urbanist
    An Architect’s Guide to Québec CityA castle-inspired hotel, cross-country skiing with the experts, and rustic Roman cuisine.
  46. follow me
    ‘We Built a House With Our Influencer Money’He was a carpet cleaner. She was a dental assistant. Now this influencer couple has millions of followers and a mansion in Bali.
  47. oceania
    Stephen Colbert Is Taking His Show to New Zealand and Back AgainAn unexpected journey.
  48. the urbanist
    A Bartender’s Guide to BostonNatural wine bars, a rock-and-roll themed hotel, and super-fresh oysters.
  49. Virgin Voyages is Giving Guests Access to A-List DJsMark Ronson, the award-winning producer, has been dubbed the “minister of music” for the brand.
  50. the urbanist
    A Fashion Designer’s Guide to Los AngelesBYOB gourmet pizza, a semi-secret beach, and where to find ultrarare vintage clothes.
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