In the Magazines: June 2012
This month's travel magazines are all about ultimate summer vacations, from tips for the Olympic-bound to last-minute travel guides for procrastinators.
On the Cover: Technology has made it near impossible to accomplish true rest and relaxation. Kate Maxwell circumnavigates this obstacle by busying herself with phone-free activities like diving, surfing, and biking in the Caribbean.
- Mark Schatzker mixes exercise and eating in his Buenos Aires Culinary Walking Tour & Restaurant Guide. Gluttonous feasting never sounded so guilt free.
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- According to Raphael Kadushin, the latest trend in Norway is vacationing at converted farmsteads, where activities include alfresco concerts and river rafting.
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- There's still time to plan your trip to the Summer Olympics. In London's Secret Small Hotels, travel writer (and Fathom contributor) Mark Ellwood brings interesting suggestions to the table — Asian-inspired suites, old-fashioned country-house glamour, and an eccentric Edwardian home.
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We covered the May/June issue in our March roundup, but here it is again.
- New Orleans on a Roll: Bruce Aidells gives us a rundown on the muffuletta, an iconic sandwich of bread, cured meat, cheese, and olive salad dressing.
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