All posts by: Berit Baugher
COPENHAGEN – Kodak moment? This sounds creepy, but walking through Assistens Kirkegård, a cemetery where Hans Christian Andersen and Søren Kierkegaard are buried.
THE NETHERLANDS – A scenic village outside Amsterdam captures our attention with its gingerbread houses, tree-lined waterways, and unique methods of transportation.
BERMUDA – The island is covered in tropical plants and brightly painted cottages with white roofs. Lemon yellow, peach, salmon pink — even the churches come in sea-foam green and turquoise.
We preview the travel magazines for you. This month, check out boat picnics in the Greek Islands, noodle dishes made with well water, and a Chinatown rooftop-turned-pop-up Japanese restaurant.
ITALY – Goddamn, those classic Italian movie stars sure were a gorgeous and stylish bunch.
7,000 FEET - Why are they sending us on a plane to an airport that just nearly missed being struck by a tornado and has no outbound flights? A travel diary.
We read the magazines so you don't have to. For April: Parisian lingerie shops, affordable villas across the globe, Copenhagen as culinary king, and a smart guide to London.
Sit back, relax, and enjoy armchair traveling to iconic tourist sites all over the world.
SYDNEY – Although harmless, the garden's resident fruit bats made their presence known throughout the movie by occasionally flying in front of the screen or letting out a shrill squeal.
SYDNEY, Australia — A local interior stylist shows us the city's curious and artsy side.