I chose Boston because it’s a fantastic US city and I happen to live there. It’s a very approachable city in that the public transit is easy to negotiate but it is also extremely walkable. Boston has so much charm and only seems to get better all the time.
I chose Paris, because this fall I indulged an old dream to get to know the French capital better. I thought New York is the best city in the world, but in fact, Paris, supremely elegant and chic, has me slowly falling in love. I was ecstatic to be able to discover it in depth and to celebrate, alongside Parisians, its matchless joie de vivre, unwavering still, even after the terrorist attacks of this past November.
I called Vancouver at home at one point, and it is one of my favorite cities. I love Vancouver's unique combination of natural beauty, diversity, and sophistication.
Because there is no other city in the world like it. A bustling modern metropolis with constant reminders of the past. I feel so connected to history in Rome and to the longest and most powerful empire that was significant in creating the world we live in today. I love the colors of Rome, the ruins at every turn, the Romans, the carbonara, the resplendent piazzas and stunning monuments. It truly is as pretty as a postcard!
I have lived in LA for 16 years, so hopefully I’ve learned a thing or two. My best travel experiences always come from local recommendations.
It's one of my favorite cities in the USA because of it's refreshing coastal charm and proximity to some of California's best wine lands.
As a travel journalist I’m often asked for my favorite destination, right now that answer is Dubai. I am in love with the energy of this modern middle eastern city.
We both lived in Manhattan for years, and though we've each moved to new cities that we love, a part of us will always be New Yorkers.
I have to say that I am always on the look out for Big Ben - and I get excited every time I see it. I love the view from the London Eye towards the Big Ben and Houses of Parliament - it is my London postcard without a doubt.