Travel Classics Writers' Articles - Archive
Robin Cherry's story "Moldovan Odyssey" in the upcoming "Lonely Planet Travel Anthology".
Todd Pitock's "Storm-chasing on Vancouver Island" in The Saturday Evening Post.
Larry Bleiberg's "The Clock That Changed The Meaning of Time" on BBC.com
Amanda Castleman's "Sea to Sky" in Delta Sky, "King Fisher" in Robb Report, and "Go Play: A Travel Writer's Last Request" in Sierra.
Stephanie Citron's "The Other White Meat?" in Hemispheres.
Jessica Benavides Canepa's "Alpine Wine" in Rhapsody Magazine, and "Vermouth or Dare" in Hemispheres.
April Orcutt's "A French Connection" in the Saturday Evening Post, and "America's Best Towns for Halloween" in Fortune.
Irene Rawlings's "Jamie Wyeth: Born to Paint" in The Saturday Evening Post.
Anne Mullen's "Provencal Perfection" in Boulevard.
Laura Read's "War of Walls" in Homestead.
Gillian Kendall's "A Flow with No Beginning in Switzerland" on Perceptive Travel.
Michele Meyer's "Sole Man" in Traditions (Breakers Palm Beach); "Picture Perfect" in Palm Beach Illustrated; and "Haute Hotels' Posh Perks in One Life (Sotheby's).
Anne Mullens' "Swiss mansion museum brings Chaplin to life" in the Times Colonist.
Jill Robinson's "For families, Anza-Borrego offers more than just wildflowers"; "Mount Shasta: A peak for Muir, mystics and mountaineers and "Scotland's wildest way to a perfect pint"
in the San Francisco Chronicle;
and "San Diego: New and Timeless" in Beyond.
Laura Read's "Hike With A Farmer" in Homestead.
Margot Bigg's "Chile's Women of the Mines in Slate, and "Your Own Private Thailand" (PDF) in National Geographic Traveler.
Lola Akinmade Åkerström's "Exploring Culinary Traditions in Gothenburg" in New York Magazine, "Uncovering Swedish Taste" in Qatar Airways' Oryx, and "How Sweden makes outdoor fun a social priority" in Outside.
Michael Milne's "Seat of Power: Molto Veloce in Italy's Motor Valley" (PDF) and "A Monument to Motoring: Carhenge" (PDF) in Hemmings Motor News.
April Orcutt's "First the Wine. Second the Food. And then Everything Else." in the Dallas Morning News.
Steven Beschloss's "Valley on the Verge" (PDF) in American Way and "Desert Vision" in Dorado.
Jill Robinson's "The Next Lex" in American Way, "1 City 5 Ways: Salt Lake City" in Delta Sky, "High and Low Spirits" in Rhapsody, "Feed Your Soul in New Orleans" in AFAR, and "Pro Tips: Spring Skiing Tune-Up" in Men's Fitness.
Stephanie Citron's "Five Reasons to Check in: The Ivy, Baltimore's first Relais & Chateaux property" in Rhapsody (United First Class).
Diane Selkirk's "A Maldives You Can Actually Afford" on BBC.com and "How to Do the Maldives for $50 a Night" in The Globe and Mail.
Suzanne Morphet's "In the Grip of the Grape" (PDF) in Victoria Boulevard.
Jill Robinson's "Soaking up Andalusia by bicycle" in the San Francisco Chronicle; "62 Really Good Reasons You'll Want to See the USA in 2016" in Private Clubs; "A Month-By-Month Guide to the Best Island Vacations" in Coastal Living; and "Haute Snow" in Visit California.
April Orcutt's "Pilgrimage to Peru: April Orcutt Meets Her Heroes" (PDF) and "Nilda CallaÃ±aupa: Director of the Centre for Traditional Textiles in Cusco, Peru" (PDF) in Selvedge,
"A Taste for the Big Island: A Food Tour Reveals All Things Vanilla, 'Enlightened' Mushrooms, Spam-Flavored Macs and More" in the Los Angeles Times, and "Camp in California's GalÃ¡pagos" in the Dallas Morning News.
Jill Robinson's "Cycling Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way" and "Kangaroo Island: Australia's wildlife haven" in San Francisco Chronicle.
Gillian Kendall's "Fekkin' Savage: Learning to Drum in Doolin, County Clare" in Perceptive Travel, and "Through Irish Eyes" pg 2 in Curve.
Casey Hatfield-Chiotti's "Ballyfin: Ireland's Best Boutique Luxury Resort?" in Departures.
Jack Smith's "The Miricale of Milan" in Robb Report.
Michael Shapiro's "Paul Theroux's Cape Cod" and "Guess Who's Slicing Your Sturgeon" Inspirato; "Ocean Safari: A small-ship adventure" in Virtuoso Traveler and "A River Cruise Down Cambodia's Mekong" in Private Clubs.
Margie Goldsmith's "From Mexico to Mongolia: Seven Far-Out Trips for Fall" in the Wall Street Journal.
April Orcutt's "A World of Luxury by Rail" in the Dallas Morning News and "How You Can Help Rescue Wolves, Toucans and Other Wildlife -- and also See the World" in the Los Angeles Times.
Casey Hatfield-Chiotti's "10 Guided Tours That are (Actually) Worth Taking" in Travel + Leisure.
April Orcutt's "Seychelles: Garden of Eden?" in the Dallas Morning News.
Kimberley Lovato's "Born on the Bayou" in American Way.
Jill Robinson's "Opening Up the Classroom" and "Bay Area Mountain Retreat in American Way; "Newfoundland's Fogo Island: Frozen in time," "History reigns in Treme," "Savoring Molokai's slower pace," "Two ski resorts make Jackson Hole twice as nice," and "Bread artisans for the ages in southern Italy" in the San Francisco Chronicle; and "HBO Writer Lolis Eric Elie on Why He Keeps Coming Back to Treme" in AFAR.
Stephanie Citron's "America's 10 Best Beaches" in Saturday Evening Post.
Margie Goldsmith's "Free-Flowing France" in Virtuoso Life and "Eating Our Way through Quebec City" on GoNomad.com.
Jack Smith's "Hog Heaven" in Robb Report.
April Orcutt's "Think You've 'Done' SoCal and the California?," "What's New for U.S. Travelers: Rum Tasting in Hawaii, Sky-high New York Views and Much More", and "Ready for Some Globetrotting?...Zip-lines, 'Dinosaurs' and Luxe Resorts" in the Los Angeles Times, and "What Cost Green?" and "Driving Green" in Global Business Travel.
Casey Hatfield-Chiotti's "Beyond the Baguette" and "Drink Pairings for...Game of Thrones Characters" in Bon Appetit, "America's Best Food Halls" and "World's Most Visited Castles" on Travel + Leisure; and "The Best Hotel Suites to Book in Paris" in Departures.
Barbara Wysocki's "Hidden Glory" in American Way.
Michael Milne and Larissa Milne's "The Unexpected Flavors of Hawaii," "Anchorage Offers Treats off the Cruise Ship Path," and "Buffalo Booms with Art, Architecture, Food" in the Philadelphia Inquirer and "Flying Green" for Global Business Travel.
Evelyn Kanter's "8 Reasons to visit St. Augustine, Florida's Historic Coast" in Sherman's Travel, and "Touring Berlin behind the Wheel of a Vintage East German 'Trabi'" in AOL MapQuest.
Margie Goldsmith's "Get on Your High Horse" in American Way.
Michael Shapiro's "Guess Who's Slicing Your Sturgeon?" in Inspirato.
Todd Pitock's "The Rebirth of Awe: Botswana" in National Geographic Traveler; "The War on Polio" and "Are We Losing the Stars?" in the Saturday Evening Post; "Seeing Johannesburg Through Artists' Eyes" in The New York Times; and "A New Golden Age in Johannesburg" in National Geographic "Intelligent Travel".
Barbara Wysocki's "One Great Block" (PDF) in AFAR
April Orcutt's "Best of the World 2015: Haida Gwaii" in National Geographic Traveler.
"Seeing (and Saving) Polar Bears in the Wild" in MensJournal.com,
"Revolutionary Roads in South Korea" in National Geographic Traveler,
"How Geographic Ignorance is Killing Africa's Tourism Industry" in MensJournal.com.
Jill Robinson's A Walk in the Park in American Way,
and several articles in the San Francisco Chronicle:
"With the flow of the Ganges",
"Hook, line and salmon", and
"Consider yourself at home".
Margie Goldsmith's "Bavaria for Lovers" in the Saturday Evening Post.
Jill K. Robinson's "Escapate" in Delta Sky.
Lindsay Taub's "Canadian Rockies offer year-round adventure" in The Tennessean and "World's Strangest Streets" in Travel & Leisure
Jack Smith's "Kosher Riviera" in Robb Report.
Congratulations to Michael Luongo, who won an Honorable Mention
in the SATW Travel News/Investigative Reporting Category, for "Business Rebuilds in a Thriving City in Iraq" in The New York TImes.
James Conaway's "High Plains Vintners" in Garden & Gun.
Margot Biggs's "A Common Thread" (PDF) in Morning Calm (Korean Air), and "Cannon Beach, OR" (PDF) in Sunset.
Jill K. Robinson's "Punter's Paradise" and "On the Hook"
in Robb Report.
Deston Nokes's "At These 11 Strip Clubs in Portland, OR, the Food Is Actually Pretty Good"
and "All the Crazy Fish You Can Catch in Hawaii - and How to Cook Them
in Bon Appétit Magazine.
Jan Greenberg's "Haggis Redux" in Food Arts.
Deston Nokes's "Best Views in America" in Travel+Leisure.
Jill Robinson's "Itsy-Bitsy Libraries" (PDF)
in The Saturday Evening Post.
David Lansing's "Lost in Kinsale" (PDF)
in The Saturday Evening Post.
Kimberley Lovato's "Starting Points" (PDF)
in The Saturday Evening Post.
Kimberley Lovato's "Island In the Sun" in American Way.
Raphael Kadushin's "Van Gogh's Holland"
(PDF) in The Saturday Evening Post.
Lily Lebawit Girma's "One Patty, One Love" (PDF) in MorningCalm Magazine (Korean Air).
Steven Beschloss's "Dreamland" (PDF) in Four Seasons Magazine.
Michelle Meyer's "Foodie Heaven in Houston" on The Daily Beast.
Jill Robinson's "Get Your Feet Wet" in American Way.
Marlene Goldman's "Game On" in American Way.
Teresa Bitler's "How to: Visit Banff on a Budget" on Sherman's Travel.
Jill Robinsons's "Canmore, Alberta, a cheaper, relaxed alternative to Banff" in The San Francisco Chronicle.
Diane Covington-Carter's "Touching the Heart of D-Day" in France Today.
Jan Greenberg's "The Best of the Hudson Valley" in Departures.
Margie Goldsmith's "Adrenaline Rush" in Private Clubs.
Hillary Nangle's "Escape The Crowds Along Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way" in Global Traveler.
Jill Robinson's "Adventure 101: Snorkel the Great Barrier Reef" in National Geographic Traveler.
Margie Goldsmith's "Chase the Tail of the Dragon" in American Way.
Crai S. Bower's
"Excellence In The Canadian Rockies" and
"On the Trail of Dylan Thomas' Wales" in American Way.
"Diamonds gone, but Namibia still glitters" in the San Francisco Chronicle;
"More Than a Stopover" and
in American Way.
Congratulations to Barbara Ramsay Orr, winner of the IFWTWA Professional Journalism Scholarship Award, for
her article "Haven't You Always Wanted to Visit a Butter Museum?" in Globe and Mail.
Irene Rawlings's "Buried Treasure" in American Way.
"A Test Run at Russia's Olympic Hopeful" in the New York Times.
"The Ultimate Tequila Tour" in American Way.
"Chilled Out Thrills" in Virginia Living.
"Papua New Guinea" in Business Jet Traveler.
"America's Coolest Street Art" in Travel+Leisure.
"Gorgeous Hudson River Valley" in the Saturday Evening Post.
"Discovering Dylan Thomas's Wales"
online in the Washington Post.
"County Cork Ballyhoo"
online in American Way.
"In the Four Corners of the Southwest, hearing the story the desert has to tell"
online in The Washington Post.
Teresa Bitler's "Canada by Train: 3 Great Rail Trips" online at Sherman's Travel.
"The Healing Desert"
in Simply the Best.
"Dublin: Literary City"
online in The Global Traveler.
"Hannah's Dream: A Conversation with the Granddaughter of Welsh Poet Dylan Thomas"
online in The Literary Traveler.
"Food Photos from Ballymaloe House, Ireland's Chez Panisse" online in Bon Appetit.
"Choose Your Own Big Bend Adventure" in Highroads magazine.
"Riding The Rails In Wales" online in American Way.
Kathleen M. Mangan's
"Echos of Ancestry" (PDF)
in Affluent Traveler magazine.
online at Let's Go with RyanAir.
"Ireland's surprising contribution to winemaking" online at The Vancouver Courier.
"Object of Interest: Rube Goldberg Machines" online at The New Yorker.
"A Knight in an Irish Castle" in Highroads magazine.
"Wales Is Rock" online in Carry On magazine.
"The Stay List: Ireland's Green Scene" online at National Geographic Travel.
"Fabulous Fiji" online at The Saturday Evening Post.
"Big Island is big enough for new adventures every time" online at The Oregonian.
"Hitching a Ride to the World's Largest Albatross Colony" online at Outside.
"Ireland's Follies" online in The Saturday Evening Post.
Jill K. Robinson's
"Scottsdale's desert outshines even the links" in the San Francisco Chronicle.
"A Certain Sparkle" (winner of the ASJA award for Best Lifestyle Article 2013) online in AFAR.
"St Petersburg's Hermitage Museum, Reinvented" online at Four Seasons magazine.
"Coolest Olympic Stadiums" online at Travel and Leisure.
"All aboard the "International Express" to Queens" online at Latitude News.
Barbara Ramsay Orr's
"The Hague, Unbuttoned" online at The Globe and Mail.
"Top concert series at North American wineries" online at Wine Enthusiast.
Julia M. Klein's
"Hitting the Beach in Evanston, IL" online at The Wshington Post.
"Lights, Camera, Action in Tucson" online at Biz Tucson.
"2012 British Open at Royal Lytham & St Annes Shows Off Iconic Links Course" online at Examiner.com.
"The Sweet Sound of Alabama" online at The Globe and Mail.
"Route 66 Renewed" online from Highroads.
"In the Forest of the Night" online at The Atlantic.
Ann N. Yungmeyer's
"Culinary Wales" from DeSoto (PDF).
Deborah Abrams Kaplan's
"Paddling Glowing Waters and Mangroves" online at The Miami Herald.
"Savoring the Many Flavors of Pittsburgh's Strip District" online at The Washington Post.
"America's Coolest New Cocktails" online at Yahoo Travel.
Laura Byrne Paquet's
"Living the Life of a 19th-Century Scholar at Gladstone's Library: Hawarden, Wales" online at BucketTripper.com.
Melanie Radzicki McManus's
"Hiking the Wales Coast Path" online at BucketTripper.com.
Melanie Radzicki McManus's
"Wales Churches Reflect the True Faith " online at The National Catholic Register.
Irene S. Levine's
"The Diamond Mills Hotel & Tavern: A Room With A View" online at The Huffington Post.
Emilie C. Harting's
"An American's qualms melt away in the steam of a Turkish bathhouse, under the ministrations of the graceful Nurgül" online at The Philadelphia Inquirer.
Elaine Glusac: "As she walked a narrow lane between two towering hedgerows in the pastoral Brecon
Beacons National Park in Wales, Adele Nodezar munched on a spiky green called cleavers
just plucked from the lush road bank. 'In summer, it's a free salad bar outside,' she said." Read
"Foraging in the Wilds of Wales" online at The New York Times.
Michael Shapiro: "Frank Lloyd Wright aimed to create buildings that were 'a grace to the landscape,
rather than a disgrace.'
"Perhaps his earthiest structure is the interlinked set of low-slung buildings that were his home
for the last 22 years of his astonishingly productive life: Taliesin West, in the foothills of
Arizona's McDowell Mountains." Read
"Famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright's Arizona home, Taliesin West, still marvelous after 75 years" online at Dallas Morning News.
Margie Goldsmith: "It's a hot and humid 92 degrees in Dubai as I head for the Mall of the Emirates, a
2,400,352-square-foot behemoth with the first indoor ski run in the Middle East, "Ski Dubai." The
offers five runs including the world's first indoor black diamond run with a 200-foot drop." Read
"Ski Dubai" online at SKI.
Andy Isaacson: "If careening downriver at 50 miles per hour in a boat that came within inches of jagged cliff walls hadn't woken
me up and floating backwards through a swirling rapid named Toilet hadn't elicited a big enough dose of epinephrine, there
was always the possibility that plunging to the depths of a canyon with my arms outstretched would empty my adrenaline
"High-Flying Adventure" online on the Wall Street Journal.
Todd Pitock: "Bike tours that wind through picturesque villages and wine-growing lands, past grand villas and centuries-old
castles are commonplace in Europe. But this trip wasn't through France, England or Italy--our journey took place in the
southern Czech Republic..." Read
"Bohemian Rhapsody on Two Wheels" online on the Wall Street Journal.
Also by Todd: "During a recent trek along a mountain trail in the central Colorado Rockies, I found signs of those who had
come before me. These weren't fellow hikers, though, but soldiers." Read
"Step by Step, Hut by Hut in Colorado" online on the The New York Times.
Emilie C. Harting's
"Tranquillity on a hotel barge in Italy's Po Valley" online at The Boston Globe.
Laura Byrne Paquet: "My husband and I stood uncertainly on the front step of a tall, 17th-century canal
house in Amsterdam's infamous Red Light District. We'd never done anything like this before, and
we weren't at all sure how it was going to turn out." Read
"Guess we're coming to dinner in Amsterdam" which won Best
Cultural/Historical Feature by the Travel Media Association of Canada.
Todd Pitock: "In South Africa, swimming the Hottentots Nature Reserve is one way to crank up your heart rate." Read
"Taking the Leap" (pdf)
from The Atlantic.
Sarah Wildman: "Unlike most Jews who survived the Holocaust, Hanni has plenty of good things to say about her years under Nazi occupation."
Read "Hanni's Story"
Deston Nokes: "...Bandon Dunes might be the best golf-centric resort in the country. Some say the world."
Read "Bandon's New Gem" (pdf)
from FORE Magazine.
Hilary Nangle: "I attained enlightenment in County Antrim. Not the lights-flashing, God-appearing, hallelujah kind,
but a subtle, restorative, all's-right-with-the-world kind." Read
County Antrim: "Northerly and raw, a land of big lore"
in The Boston Globe.
Hilary Nangle: "The Burren isn't quite the antithesis of emerald green Ireland, but it's close." Read
The Burren: "A barren landscape carved by time, tradition"
in The Boston Globe.
Margie Goldsmith: "Holding history in my hands, I wonder how modern wines would taste in a clay container." Read
The Hittite Wine Jug" (pdf) from
Wine Enthusiast Magazine.
Andy Isaacson: Andy shot and wrote the cover story in October 17th's New York Times Travel
section about the Ecuadorian Amazon, where a remote tribe fights against
oil development, a tale of indigenous culture, shamanism, hallucinogenic
visions, dreams, grief, forest spirits, butterflies and Ben Stiller. Read
Andy won gold and silver 2010 SATW Lowell Thomas Awards for his writing and photography on Tajikistan,
in his article, "Pamir Mountains, the Crossroads of History," also in the New York Times.
Hilary Nangle: Hilary describes a grand day out in cosmopolitan Belfast. Read
"Day Off: A Toast to Belfast" in Global Traveler.
Jill Paris: Jill gets a taste of Irish
hospitality when she attends the seaside wedding reception of two people
she's barely met. Read
"Me Big Fat Belfast Wedding"
in Wanderlust and Lipstick.
Elaine Glusac: Elaine describes
stargazing tourism, wherein city folk escape to see the stars in comfort
and safety, in her New York Times article,
"Stargazing at a Resort, in Comfort."
"Three kinds of people go for natural burial, says Mary
Woodsen. Tree huggers, people who want to save money, and the 'ashes to
ashes, dust to dust' crowd." Read more about green burial
in Rachel's Salon.com article. On the blog, Your Life Is A Trip,
a mysterious roadside artist.
Ann Yungmeyer: France's
Loire Valley offers an amazing, long-distance cycling trail called Loire
following the meandering path of the Loire River. Read "
Inspired Travel: Tour de France stirs a passion to cycle" in The
Bristol Herald Courier.
Sara Rose: Sarah captures Northern Ireland's food scene in July's
Bon Appetit Magazine. Don't miss "
Belfast Today," where you can download a pdf guide with a map of the
Irene Levine: Irene can't resist another side trip to less-crowded Bologna
for its fabulous food and wine,
art and ancient architecture. Read A Day in Bologna" in The Huffington Post.
Canadian French Fries with a twist? Huffington Post
Columnist, Margie Goldsmith, describes that "extra
ingredient" that makes up Poutine. Check out her two recent posts from Quebec Maritime's Les Isles de
From the Blue Ridge Mountains, Stephanie Citron
discovers Staunton, VA --- an organic foodie and performance arts
Check out "Hidden Treasures" in the
July/August issue of Arrive Magazine, the official magazine of
Jenna Schnuer: In Jenna's American Way article,
Confessions of a Genre Snob," find out how author Tana French turned
into a mystery devotee.