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via The New York Times
04/23/2013 - 06:33

The New York Times recently ran

Myriad maps, via Design Observer
01/22/2013 - 06:34

It's finally starting to really feel like winter here in New York. So in the name of keeping occupied, and warm, here are some interesting and fun travel-related tidbits from around the interweb.

Montana, somewhere Paul Theroux has never been, via Jim Wilson/NYT
01/15/2013 - 07:03

As I've mentioned here before, Paul Theroux's travelogues have long inspired me, making clear how traveling can be about so much more than a trip from here to there and back again.

Global Imagination digital globe, via The New York Times
01/08/2013 - 06:51

Happy New Year, everyone! Hopefully you were able to enjoy some time off during the final weeks of 2012 and are refreshed for another spin through the Gregorian calendar.

via Travel Trade News
12/04/2012 - 06:04

I've touched on the topic before, so when the venerable New York Times Frugal Traveler

Ko Lanta, via Guardian
11/06/2012 - 05:17

It's been a wild, windy week here in New York and throughout the eastern seaboard, right up into Canada.

Paro, Bhutan, via Wikipedia
10/02/2012 - 06:54

In this day and age of technological developments that make the world feel like a smaller and smaller place, Bhutan is one of the few countries that maintains a sense of mystery and intrigue.

James Barringer, via The New York Times
09/18/2012 - 06:41

I'm not sure if there is anything not to like about this past Sunday's New York Times Travel section, which is devoted entirely

Bronze Jue, Shang (c. 1600-1050 B.C.), courtesy National Museum of China, via Quai Branly Museum
08/07/2012 - 05:56

An article in this week's New York Times about Chinese cuisine in France has me thinking about national cuisines taken abroad.

Singapore Airlines business class seats, via Wikipedia
05/15/2012 - 06:29

Yes, I love to travel and I've been lucky enough to take some trips, both around the US and abroad, on someone else's dime. But never have I flown anything other than coach.


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