The travel media landscape is changing. Newspapers are hiding behind paywalls. Travel magazine budgets are drying up. How does all this change affect guidebooks, perhaps the oldest form of travel media out there?
You've arrived in Brussels. You've checked off the highlights recommended by guide books. Or maybe you've been before and you'd like to see a different side to Brussels. How about checking out the local side to Brussels?
The airplane flights that do the grunt work of your trip, that allow you to get from place to place, are a sort of forgettable magic that, if you are like me, you do not record in your diary or photograph.
This lush Central American country is home to a wealth of natural wonders from misty cloud forests to white-sand beaches to active volcanoes. The wildlife here is incredibly rich, and most visitors will spot monkeys, toucans and more.
They say we float around here in San Francisco, and perhaps we do. But we are artists, poets, entrepreneurs, sex workers, writers, and much more. Mainly we are doers, because the people in San Francisco are always doing something.
Grant Thatcher revolutionized the travel guide industry with his chic and compact Luxe City Guide series. What he started as a compilation of sorts for his friends has become the go-to resource for hip and savvy travelers.