Travel: Copenhagen
Condé Nast Traveler 6.06
In which I walk around this very nice city, eating very nice things.
Travel: Folegandros
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A most perfect little island in the Cyclades.
 
 
 
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Using the iPod on the road for more than just music.
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Talking to the architect Lindy Roy about projects from Manhattan’s Meat Packing district to Botswana’s Okavango river delta & how not to make another boring boutique hotel.
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Road testing the latest car GPS systems on the streets of Paris and lost somewhere in the backwoods of the Perigord.
Around the World
Travel: Everywhere
Condé Nast Traveler 11.03
Six continents, 20 countries, 46 cities. Two and a half months. 65,000 miles. One carry on bag. The most absurd best freelance assignment ever. 
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Condé Nast Traveler  9.05
With the Michelin Guide Rouge heading to New York, I fly to Paris to talk with the head of the guides and enjoy an obscenely expensive lunch at Taillevent with entertaining rogue ex-Michelin inspector Pascal Remy.  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Travel: The Bahamas
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Old money in Harbour Island. New Four Seasons on Exuma. Nettie Symonnette’s Guinness stout diet. Bone fishing in the Abacos. A lot of conch.
The Bahamas: A suprisingly non-sucking eleven island tour.
 
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I don’t really approve of the word “foodie” in the title. But I do approve of being paid to race across France with my pal D. Leary using the Tour as our rough guide and Waverly Root’s The Food of France as inspiration. Including: lunch at Michel Bras; an attempt to bike up the Alpe d’Huez; squab cooked in a pig’s bladder; with meals and bathroom breaks in Perigord, Auvergne, Languedoc, Provence, Savoie, Burgundy & Paris.
Travel: San Diego
Condé Nast Traveler 12.06
A story about San Diego. Like describing a nap. Sometimes you gotta go where they send you.