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The Way I Travel: Phil Winser

Phil Winser

Phil Winser, restaurateur and co-owner of N.Y.C. hot spots the Fat Radish, the East Pole, and the Leadbelly, reveals his travel essentials—and his favorite destinations.

Sense of Adventure

My father used to organize expeditions for the Royal Geographical Society in London, taking scientists to remote places—caves in Brunei; Oman’s Wahiba Sands. I still use his Globe-Trotter suitcase. It reminds me of old-​world travel, when exploration was at the forefront of excitement.

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The Way I Travel: Laura Prepon

Laura Prepon

Laura Prepon, actress starring in the Netflix original series Orange is the New Black, reveals her travel essentials—and her favorite destinations.

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The Way I Travel: Lena Hall

Lena Hall

Lena Hall, Tony Award–winning performer in Hedwig and the Angry Inch and lead singer of the Deafening, reveals her travel essentials—and her favorite destinations.

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The Way I Travel: Carter Cleveland

Carter Cleveland

Carter Cleveland, founder and CEO of Artsy, a next-generation online resource for contemporary art, reveals his travel essentials—and his favorite destinations.

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Icelandic Adventure

Icelandic Adventure: Ion Luxury Hotel

Create your own long-weekend saga in this Nordic world away—just a quick flight from the East Coast.

Get Outdoors: The 14-mile Fimmvörðuháls Pass hike is one of the world’s most picturesque. You’ll ramble along the Skógá River, passing a series of waterfalls, glaciers, even a volcano—while ascending more than 3,200 feet. The trailhead is just two hours by car from Reykjavík.

See a Show: It’s no surprise that artist Ólafur Elíasson designed Harpa Reykjavík Concert Hall & Conference Center, with its kaleidoscopic glass façade. The performance we’d gladly wait in line for: How to Become Icelandic in 60 Minutes, in which actor Bjarni Haukur Thorsson lovingly pokes fun at his country’s language and customs (sour sheep balls are just the beginning).

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Kristen Chenoweth's In-Flight Beauty Must-Haves

Kristen Chenoweth's Must-Haves

The actress, singer, and godmother of Quantum of the Seas—the new ship from Royal Caribbean International—reveals her in-flight must-haves.

Tiger Balm ($12): “Really good for neck pain—it’s basically Icy Hot times ten.”

Dental floss ($3): “It’s always nice to have clean teeth.”

Purell hand sanitizer ($2): “For when I can’t wash my hands.”

Nivea A Kiss of Shimmer Radiant Lip Care ($4): “My lips get so dry when I fly.”

Vitamin E oil ($10): “Put this on wrinkles and creases. People ask for my secret—this is it.”

Vicks VapoRub ($12): “I believe that a little bit under your nose keeps the germs out.”

Kleenex ($2): “I don’t want to sneeze and not be prepared.”

Tylenol ($4): “Stops a migraine before it starts. Wow, I sound like a walking ad!”

Photo by John Lawton

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