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It's long been a travel dream of mine to spend the holiday season in the southwest, particularly Santa Fe. Continue reading
Posted Dec 19, 2010 at Portable Mind: A sort of travel guide
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Sep 3, 2010
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This summer, we opted for the quiet lushness of Palm Beach instead of action-filled Miami. A perfect getaway if you're looking to disconnect on a beach with a book, a cocktail, and not much more. What it lacks in hipness,... Continue reading
Above, a short slideshow of our weekend in LA. Of note: Pizzeria Mozza. Utterly delicious. For further reading until I post more details, see my post about the Dwell on Design conference (one of the reasons we were in LA)... Continue reading
Posted Jul 13, 2010 at Portable Mind: A sort of travel guide
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When I first arrived in LA to go to design school at the age of 17, I was disappointed. I'd chosen LA because I wanted to move as far away from New York as I could, and I grew up... Continue reading
Posted Jun 22, 2010 at Portable Mind: A sort of travel guide
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Delightful travel story from Frank Bruni (NYT) about one of the best, and most affordable, places in Europe - Portugal. photo from Virsi al sol on Flickr. Continue reading
Posted May 30, 2010 at Portable Mind: A sort of travel guide
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Mar 15, 2010
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New city guide from Design*Sponge - Madrid. Which makes me think of my dream portugal-spain roadtrip - If you're lucky enough to go on this driving trip through northern Portugal and northern Spain, AC Hotels is a chain of stylish,... Continue reading
Posted Feb 26, 2010 at Portable Mind: A sort of travel guide
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just back from san francisco. as usual, it was all about the food & drink. Continue reading
Posted Jan 31, 2010 at Portable Mind: A sort of travel guide
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One of my primary missions in NOLA was to find a great local watering hole undiscovered by tourists. Through a recommendation on Twitter, I'd booked a reservation at miLa, which features cuisine constructed by two disctinct influences: that of Louisiana,... Continue reading
Posted Jan 30, 2010 at Portable Mind: A sort of travel guide
A sugar rush and some local voodoo to keep us warm. Continue reading
Posted Jan 21, 2010 at Portable Mind: A sort of travel guide
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Our days in New Orleans were dictated by where we were going to dine each evening. I'd booked a reservation at Herbsaint, where I'd been before and the fond memories have lingered ever since. The restaurant is located about 2... Continue reading
Posted Jan 18, 2010 at Portable Mind: A sort of travel guide
The title of this post sounds worse than it actually is. PopTech, the annual conference in Maine that brings together thinkers and doers in the arts, education, science, media, technology, medicine, and politics, is a life-changing, inspiring event. However, on... Continue reading
Posted Oct 31, 2009 at Portable Mind: A sort of travel guide
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My birthday last week slipped by without much fanfare, which is totally fine with me; except that it’s always a good reason to take a trip. I’d planned on traveling to LA, but the trip was cancelled. Now, I'm most... Continue reading
Posted Oct 16, 2009 at Portable Mind: A sort of travel guide
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I grew up with this magazine, learned about food and travel by reading the exquisite editorial features, and still treasure each edition like a favorite book. From today's New York Times: Gourmet did not lack for impassioned readers. Alice Waters,... Continue reading
just a correction to my post (sorry!) - the link goes to a different portable mind, so here's mine http://portablemind.typepad.com
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