All posts by: Berit Baugher

In the Magazines: July 2012

We preview the travel magazines for you. This month: The best lake escapes, a camp-inspired hotel, and a scenic eating tour along France's Route Nationale 7.

Local Obsessions: Danish Smørrebrød

COPENHAGEN – The end result is a visual masterpiece — almost too beautiful to eat. There are hundreds of varieties, the most important elements being creaminess and crunchiness.

In the Magazines: June 2012

We preview the travel magazines for you. This month: Check out a food tour in Buenos Aires, a round up of U.S. lake escapes, and Montreal's best food haunts. 

First Impressions: Copenhagen

COPENHAGEN, Denmark – Fathom's assistant editor explains the hygge phenomenon, the 7-11 phenomenon, and why Danes love their badass queen.

Just Back From: Copenhagen

COPENHAGEN – Kodak moment? This sounds creepy, but walking through Assistens Kirkegård, a cemetery where Hans Christian Andersen and Søren Kierkegaard are buried. 

Eye Candy: Holland's Very Own Venice

THE NETHERLANDS – A scenic village outside Amsterdam captures our attention with its gingerbread houses, tree-lined waterways, and unique methods of transportation.

Just Back From: Bermuda

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.

In the Magazines: May 2012

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.

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