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A Year in Travel 2018
A recap of the year's good, bad, and tragic travel moments. After three years of the Travelogue podcast, this is our last episode. We’ve had such an amazing time sharing our travel stories and tips with you, and want to thank you for being such loyal listeners. Read more here: https://www.cntraveler.com/story/a-year-in-travel-2018-travelogue-podcast
What It Takes to Make Our Gold List
January 2019 marks the first transatlantic print issue of Condé Nast Traveler—and what better issue to launch with than an exhaustive list of our New York and London editors' favorite hotels, resorts, and cruise ships? In honor of this inaugural edition and our annual best-of-the-best Gold List, we put together a cast of British and American editors to chat about what it really takes to make the cut.
What to Do When Your Trip Goes Terribly, Horribly Wrong
For the most part, travel goes smoothly. But when it doesn't, it seems like it really doesn't: The river cruise you've been waiting the whole year to take is skipping a port you're excited about due to low water levels. Or your flight is delayed. And delayed. Delayed, delayed, delayed again, until eventually, it's canceled. Say you finally get on a flight, then, only to arrive at your destination and find that your hotel room has been given to someone else, since you didn't check in when you said you would. But what do you actually do in any or all of these situations, and better yet, what rights do you have? On this latest episode of the Travelogue podcast, we set out to answer these questions.
Where We're Going in 2019
All year long, Condé Nast Traveler editors meet with hotel owners and cruise operators, tourism boards and globe trotters, to pick their brains; we rack up air miles checking out new openings and revisiting places we haven't seen in 20 years. We talk to our peers in the U.K. at Condé Nast Traveller (two Ls, folks) about where they're heading next year. And we take all that intel and wrangle it this annual list of the best places to go next year—19 in 2019, lest you get bored. For more info: https://www.cntraveler.com/gallery/19-best-places-to-go-in-2019
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Hi there - love this podcast! Especially as someone who really doesn’t have any international travel experience, hearing about someone else’s experiences helps immensely. Could you get a Podcast going about tips for traveling solo?
I’m a native Midwesterner and Chicagoan - so I would appreciate this podcast to bring it a little more back to earth, tell me about typical and cheesy touristy things. (And yes I listened to your over-tourism podcast about how everyone is going to see the same things)
Also regarding your Chicago trip podcast- I was disappointed that you guys really left out quintessential Chicago things to do! I think peoples first time visiting these places, they want to do typical tourist things. Like I would tell people to go to the Bean (even though it’s only ok) but Grant Park and Buckingham Fountain and Lincoln Park and Oak Street Beach and Navy Pier and Magnificent Mile shopping and eating.
Keep up the good work, this is still a very entertaining and useful podcast, I would just like to hear you guys being a little more authentic and down to earth!
WHERE DID ALL THE PAST EPISODES GO?!?
Looks like every episode pre-2018 has disappeared - why?
I also miss mark and brad! As a woman I appreciate the women who travel podcast, but also value the more general travel content that travelogue brought to the table