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2 Hawaiian Islands in 1 Week
TripAdvisor | Rob and Chris Taylor (@2traveldads) are known for their family-friendly, educational itineraries that focus on sustainability and cultural awareness. In October, they took a rare dads-only trip to Hawaii’s Big Island and Kauai. Spoiler: They’re already itching to return with their two sons.
The Perfect Maine Road Trip
TripAdvisor | Cory Lee (@curbfreecorylee) inspires fellow wheelchair users to break out of their comfort zone with tips on how and where to travel. Here, Lee shares the highlights of his first trip to coastal Maine—from the most accessible trails and wheelchair-friendly beaches to the best spots for freshly caught seafood and blueberry pie.
3 food-filled days in Charleston
TripAdvisor | For fashion designer Arlinda McIntosh (@funkingafter50), age is just a number. She shows her followers—who span ages from mid-twenties all the way up to 92 years old—that it’s never too late to try something new. A recent fete? Traveling to Charleston, SC, for the first time.
Best Texas Christmas Markets
Texas Monthly | Get your holiday shopping done at a Nutcracker market in Houston, a Hogwarts village in Galveston, or any of the festivals happening this season.
What to Do in San Antonio
Condé Nast Traveler | The second most populous city in Texas has cutting edge cuisine, jazz bars, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site among its best things to do.
Yellowstone in Every Season
Condé Nast Traveler | Catch elk bugling in the fall and fewer crowds in the spring, for starters.
The Best Hotels in San Antonio
Condé Nast Traveler | Whether you want to be right by the Alamo or on the fringes of Texas Hill Country, there's a hotel for every type of traveler.
You Can’t Stay at the Baker Hotel. But Fans Are Flocking to Its TikTok.
Texas Monthly | The Prohibition-era hotel isn’t slated to reopen for two more years. For now, its general contractor shares restoration updates and choreographed dances online—but he won’t comment on the ghost rumors.
11 Romantic Texas Getaways
Condé Nast Traveler | When you’re looking to impress, look no further than these intimate, one-of-a-kind stays.
A Guide to Fredericksburg
San Antonio Magazine | Whether for holiday events, wineries or a hike, plan to make time for some of the city's best kept secrets.
9 Weekend Getaways in Texas
Condé Nast Traveler | While it might seem like the horizon in the Lone Star State stretches forever, you don’t have to go quite that far to end up somewhere wonderful. Within just a few hours drive of Dallas, Austin, or Houston you'll find tiny towns and big cities with lots to offer.
Baby's First Thru Hike
REI's Uncommon Path | They took their infant on a 200-mile trek. What were they thinking?
3 Best Day Trips From Dallas
Condé Nast Traveler | A visit to Dallas is likely to involve a lot of driving even if you never leave the city limits. But if you're willing to hoof it in the car for just a little bit longer, there's much to see outside the city, too.
Embrace The Elements
Cover story for Southwest: The Magazine | Inspired by fire, air, earth, and water, we built this year’s winter travel guide around activities that make us not only want to brave the elements, but also welcome winter with open arms.
Check In, Bliss Out
Southwest: The Magazine | Sometimes it’s not where you go—it’s where you stay. With one-of-a-kind experiences that cater to different interests, these 12 hotels are destinations in and of themselves.
9 Beautiful Bed & Breakfasts to Book For Your Next Trip
MyDomaine | Europe still has the edge when it comes to cute bed and breakfasts, but there are some great design-forward properties in the U.S. that offer a more modern, yet still charming, experience.
A Taste of Two Cities
San Antonio Magazine | Pack a big appetite and head south to Peru where chefs are surprising even the most adventurous eaters.
4 Hotels to Stay at in 2020
Southwest: The Magazine | Drop your bags at these unique digs, which range from a former New Orleans church to a cozy Texas B&B.
93 Days of Summer
Cover story for Southwest: The Magazine | We’ll help you soak up every second of the season: Wake up with the solstice, stop and smell 500 types of roses, and check out 12,000 classic cars. (And that’s just the first three days.)
Elevate Your Winter Travel Plans
Southwest: The Magazine | This season, explore dramatic depths and reach new heights, from 190' below sea level to 12,998' into the clouds.
Adventure In Pasadena
Southwest: The Magazine | Set against California’s beautiful San Gabriel Mountains, Pasadena serves as a real-world reminder to stop and smell the roses.
Adventure In Tulsa
Southwest: The Magazine | It’s been more than 150 years since oil was discovered on the plains of Oklahoma, but the Sooner State’s second largest city is, once again, booming. From a revitalized downtown and growing maker movement to world-class museums and fine dining, Tulsa offers something for everyone. Before you go, tell us more about you.
On a Mission
San Antonio Magazine | In July, the San Antonio Missions could become Texas’ first UNESCO World Heritage Site, but if it wasn’t for a small group of women in the 1920s, they may not have been standing today. More than 90 years since its founding, the San Antonio Conservation Society continues to work tirelessly to protect and preserve the city’s most valuable historic, natural and cultural assets.
A Day at The Park
Cover story for San Antonio Magazine | Roll down a grassy knoll, hike to one of the city’s best vantage points, keep your eyes peeled for wildlife or dip your toes in spring-fed pools. At the plethora of great parks in the San Antonio area, there are endless opportunities to enjoy nature and feel like a kid again.
Rising From the Ruins
San Antonio Magazine | Almost a century later, a new Hot Wells era is set to begin. The walls of the bathhouse, many of them covered in graffiti and long a magnet for curious passersby, are the building blocks of a project to turn Hot Wells into the county’s first-ever cultural historical park.
Haunted San Antonio
San Antonio Magazine | The Battle of the Alamo and the 200-some Texian soldiers’ spirits that it left behind is only the start to San Antonio’s haunted past. Ghost hunters and tour guides say the city is full of ghosts—both friendly and sinister—who haunt the halls of hotels, museums and outdoor spots alike.