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Twitter Travel Watch

Don’t get put off by all the useless chatter out there. We give you five globe-trotting Tweeters whose travels are worth following.

Ann Curry
The venerable NBC journalist writes about newsworthy events that affect travelers (flu news, hurricanes, earthquakes).

Lance Armstrong
If you’re looking for adventure getaway ideas, the celebrated cyclist provides plenty of inspiration by chronicling his trips, such as a recent family hike up Aspen’s Ajax Mountain.

Tory Burch
Whether she’s eating at Brasserie Lipp, in Paris, or shopping at Ganesh Handicraft Emporium, in Udaipur, India, the fashion designer reviews her favorite spots worldwide.

Jamie Oliver
When the British chef isn’t posting cooking tips, he’s offering great advice on where to eat around the globe. A recent find: Vij’s, in Vancouver.

Yoko Ono
The artist and pop-culture icon gives the inside scoop on edgy exhibitions (“See This Sound,” a group art show in Linz, Austria) and discusses volunteer travel projects she’s involved with, such as Workcamp, in Iceland.

Addiotional reporting and writing by Lisa Cheng, Jennifer Flowers, Bree Sposato, and Sarah Storms.


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