It’s time to expand your thoughts on vacation hotspots! Jason Hartman and Robert Reid, US Travel Editor for Lonely Planet, embark on a conversational tour of numerous vacation ideas, both within the States and abroad.
Robert brings a wide variety of travel types and locations to the table, such as Civil War Reenactments, Route 66, New England, and a new route, called the Trans-Labrador in Canada. He also touches on the subject of safe travel, in places such as Mexico, Russia, Denmark, and New England. Looking for the best beaches?
Robert has the inside scoop on the best beaches on the best islands, and discusses an increasingly popular type of travel: slow travel, where people prefer to stay longer in one place and experience local life. There’s something for everyone packed into this interview. Robert Reid is the US Travel Editor for Lonely Planet and sole occupant of the Lonely Planet New York City office. A guidebook author veteran, Robert regularly discusses travel stories and trends for national media including the Today Show, CNN, Fox, MSNBC and the Weather Channel. In addition to writing two dozen Lonely Planet guidebooks (eg New York City, Eastern Europe, Central America, Southeast Asia), he has written for publications including the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, ESPN, CNN and World Hum.
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