This guide was raised out in Brooklyn.
Didn't get your act together in time for the fest? Then enjoy this consolation Coachella sampler.
CHARLESTON, South Carolina – It's always the right time for Southern hospitality. But if you want it to be extra perfect, head down for festival season in May.
SEVILLE, Spain – Culture. Parks. Long and lazy lunches. Moorish architecture. Iberian tapas. The whole family will refuse to leave Seville once they get there.
VIENNA – It's a town for grown-up activities (operas, horses) and guilty pleasures (indecent-looking hot dogs). This is the place for culture and glamour consumed in the most active way.
EL JADIDIA, Morocco – The roaring ocean reminded me of my native California. But two pastimes were missing: sunbathing and boozing. A hundred miles of beach and not a bikini in sight!
JERUSALEM – What tourists don’t know is that for 25 hours between Friday night and Saturday night, the city almost completely shuts down. Here's how to keep busy.
SWITZERLAND – Walking into the chalet, even my new leather pants experienced an inferiority complex. Amidst the heiresses in Hermès and runaways in Rodarte, Helmut Lang feels lame.
ROME – The world is watching Rome and the new Pope Francis. We're watching everything else.
Bizarre travel rituals: I have a special, well-loved pair of minty green socks that only make appearances during long-haul flights.