Nothing in the world of travel planning pays more than to study maps. While living in London a decade ago, I noticed an enlarged street plan posted in a Tube stop highlighting an area south of the river. A wee lane caught my … Read on
Recently I had the chance to search out royal sites around London with Tom Hall, Lonely Planet’s UK Travel Editor. The video takes in Westminster Abbey and Buckingham Palace, of course, but also drops by Scott the Horse and the best, and most … Read on
I talked five ways to relax this spring for ABC News Now. Yes, that’s the Kentucky Derby rounding out the list.
Sunday afternoon in Muswell Hill in North London. I went to a wine shop to get a gift bottle for the next day — never did find one — and found this sign outside an unexpectedly closed wine shop. It is the best … Read on
Part of what makes travel so rewarding is finding things on the ground don’t exactly fly with outside perceptions. Be it lessons learned from buttoned-up French professionals stopping to help me and my floppy haircut fumble with a pay phone, or frowning Russians … Read on