Escapes

Posted By Kyle Whitecotton on 2017 Sep 19 - 11:32am

Editor’s Note: On Sept. 1, Kyle Whitecotton submitted the story below on Key West, detailing how its beauty and charm contribute to its immense appeal as a travel destination. On Sept. 10, the eye of Hurricane Irma hit the Florida Keys, leaving it in devastation. We continue with the story in...

Posted By Kyle Whitecotton on 2017 Aug 24 - 9:22am

To many, far West Texas is little more than a sprawling desert scattered with ghost towns and tumbleweeds. It’s a harsh landscape where populated settlements are small and infrequent. But there, beneath a sky that still boasts a trillion stars each night, some find beauty and solace. And if...

Posted By Kyle Whitecotton on 2017 Jul 19 - 1:41pm

Fixed between the Rocky Mountains to the west and the Appalachians to the east, Arkansas’ Ozark Mountain region is an often-overlooked part of the country where natural beauty, outdoor adventure and quaint mountain towns quenched in Southern charm flourish together in a densely forested...

Posted By Kyle Whitecotton on 2017 Jun 22 - 11:14am

In the geographical and historic heartland of Mexico lies San Miguel de Allende, a magical landscape with a local scene full of year-round festivals, fireworks and parades. This enchanting world consists of magnificent 17th-century mansions, picturesque churches, elegant courtyards and lavish...

Posted By Kyle Whitecotton on 2017 May 16 - 4:59pm

Imagine waking up to the sun peeking through your luxury stateroom window as it rises over the Mediterranean. Maybe you roll out of bed and head straight to the gym for a quick workout, or instead you stroll through the elegant interior of the dining room and up to the fully furnished kitchen where...

Posted By Kyle Whitecotton on 2017 Apr 27 - 2:45pm

There are two kinds of tourists: those who go to Cabo San Lucas and those who go to Todos Santos, Mexico. The Cabo tourists favor the beaten path, while those who venture to Todos Santos get off the grid. The Cabo tourists don’t mind cruise ships packing the harbor and monstrous resort hotels...

Posted By Kyle Whitecotton on 2017 Mar 28 - 12:18pm

There’s something captivating in the rhythmic casting of a fly line over crystal-clear water and something intimidating in the complexities of a well-organized box of flies. For some, to watch a river flow is to read the riffles and the seams where trout feed, while others merely see...

Posted By Kyle Whitecotton on 2017 Feb 22 - 10:06am

Blue Swallow Motel
Like rivers, wind and the setting sun, roads are ripe with metaphor. They help us understand the twists and turns of life’s long journey and teach us to appreciate all those unexpected detours. But nowhere does the road-as-life metaphor offer more intrigue than the story of Route 66. During...

Posted By Celestina Blok on 2017 Jan 24 - 2:18pm

Hardcore antiquing is a thing. Round Top knows how to do it best.

Twice a year, in the spring and fall, tens of thousands embark on Round Top (population 90) and surrounding “Roundtopolis” towns from Carmine to LaGrange for the Round Top Antiques Fair – an event that’s unmatched worldwide. Shoppers, dealers, decorators and proud “...

Posted By Kyle Whitecotton on 2016 Dec 19 - 4:48pm

Cervecería Alemana
  When it came to travel, few could match Ernest Hemingway’s voracious hunger for adventure. As a result, the man is forever associated with a handful of places around the world including Paris, Africa, Key West and Cuba. But it was Spain that would inspire four novels, a play,...

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