From the best travel luggage to products we'd hop a flight to buy and the items we wish our friends would bring back from their latest travels, these are the best travel-inspired shopping items out there.
We love the comforts of home when we travel, and food is obviously a huge part of that. We're all about the element of surprise, truth is, we have our “go-to” foodie needs. Pack these food lovers travel essentials and you’ll never have to sacrifice a great dining experience while traveling!
If you ask us, Mary Poppins was the original in-the-know traveler. Her carpet bag was basically an old-school tote and she loaded it up so she had anything at a moment's notice. She taught us a tote should be versatile and adaptable.Here are 10 must-pack totes that will quickly become your new travel sidekicks.
We love Paris in the spring time, we love Paris in the fall—in fact, we can’t think of a season where we don't love Paris. Or a day that wouldn’t be a little better if it started with a café noisette and a croissant from Gontran Cherrier. But then croissants don’t make the best souvenirs, so we're sharing our five favorite Paris-inspired gifts.
One of our favorite pre-trip indulgences? Shopping for something new to take along on our next adventure. So our friends at The Little Market filled us in on how to simultaneously treat ourselves and shop responsibly. Speaking of treating yourself, here are the 10 pieces we suggest you add to your travel repetoire stat!
We always leave a little room in our travel budget and space in our luggage so we can shop. When we’re on the road, we're always on a mission to find the unique, handmade gems that make a place special—be it textiles, tabletop, or artisanal foods. Our friends at The Little Market shared how to shop fabulously and responsibly.
This is how we do roadside assistance! The Salt & Wind Emergency Travel Kit won't save you from natural disasters or flight delays but, you’ll be prepared for those mini-mergencies, from chapped lips to a bad snack attack.
Mojitos. Classic cars. Buena Vista Social Club. Up until a few days ago, that was pretty much the extent of my knowledge of Cuba. It's a place so often described as "stuck in time" that it seems cliche, but just a few days here and I can attest it's such an intriguing mix of old and now.
Whatever you do, don't pass through US customs with my mother -- they've got their eyes on her and she's been blacklisted. It happened years ago at the Detroit airport when she tried to bring a bone-in leg of prosciutto back in the country and, ever since, it's like she has the plague because we ...
It happens - you get travel-itis - it's like senioritis in travel form and when it hits, it hits bad. If you're like us, then traveling and everything that comes with it gets you going. Speaking of going, here are the things we want to take with on our next trip:
With the days bringing us so close to spring, I can't help but let my thoughts wander to brighter, sunnier things to come. My upcoming trip to attend the South Beach Food & Wine Festival in Miami Beach is the perfect excuse to indulge in a little wishful thinking. The resort city has a retro-...