T+L Twitter Chat
A great film can transport the viewer to a different time and place. When it comes to travel, we all have that one movie scene that will forever invoke the desire to visit or revisit a destination (Audrey Hepburn in Roman Holiday, anyone?). To get ready for the 86th Academy Awards, we'll be discussing how movies can inspire travel with experts this Tuesday, February 25th from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. EST. Join along in the chat!
Sarah Spagnolo, T+L Special Correspondent & New Media Editor, @SarahSpagnolo
Marguerite Suozzi, Associate Research Editor, @maggiesuozzi
Lindsey Olander, Editorial Assistant, @lindseytravels
Whether you're looking for the best beaches, cultural experiences, or must-eat foods in Mexico, insiders always know best. We asked panelists from a recent Twitter chat to share their expert advice.
Whether you want to live like a local, have a family-friendly travel experience, or just save on your mini bar tab, a vacation rental can be a great option for your next trip. We asked the experts for their tips in a recent Twitter chat.
With a winter season that just won't quit, we're all in need of a little Vitamin D. To take our minds off the snow, we're daydreaming about favorite sunny retreats, one of which is Mexico. Whether it's an off-the-beaten path locale or where the style-set is traveling, we'll be discussing Mexico with travel experts this Tuesday, February 18th from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. EST. Ask them for their insider advice!
Adrien Glover, T+L's Deputy Digital Editor, @xoadrien
Innovative and clever design can make a travel experience more experiential, memorable, and easier overall. Whether it's a high-design destination or a new airport terminal, we discussed the latest in design and travel with the experts in a recent Twitter chat.
Vacation rentals can let you live like a local (if only temporarily). From agencies doubling as on-the-ground concierages to tips for first time swappers, we'll be discussing the dos and don'ts of vacation rentals with experts this Tuesday, February 11th from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. EST. Ask them for their insider advice!
Brooke Porter Katz, T+L Associate Editor, @TLTripDoctor
How do you become a travel writer? We asked two authors to sit down and have a conversation over Twitter to find out. Here are highlights from a recent chat between T+L's News Director, Luke Barr, and author and T+L contributing editor, Gary Shteyngart.
Be sure to pickup (or download) Shteyngart’s latest novel, Little Failure: A Memoir and Barr’s first book: Provence, 1970: M.F.K. Fisher, Julia Child, James Beard, and the Reinvention of American Taste.
Photo credit: Jeff Morgan
How do you become a travel writer? Taking it even further, how do you get started as a novelist? We asked two authors to sit down and have a coffee shop conversation over Twitter to find out. Join us tomorrow as T+L Features Director, Luke Barr (@lukebarr), and T+L contributing editor, Gary Shteyngart (@Shteyngart), discuss how to become a travel writer, memorable tales of dinners and travels past, and ultimately how Shteyngart the novelist also became Shteyngart, a T+L contributing editor.
Innovative design can make your travel experiences better and even more memorable. Whether it's a classically designed hotel or a high-design destination, we'll be discussing the latest from design and travel experts this Tuesday, January 28th from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. EST. Ask them for their insider advice!
Luke Barr, News Director, @lukebarr
Katie James, Editorial Assistant, @kjames259
The New York restaurant scene is “ever changing, full of surprises, and more delicious than ever,” says T+L Contributing Editor, Adam Sachs. From reinvented cuisines to out-of-the-box thinkers, join us for a one-hour Twitter chat today, Tuesday, January 21st from 2-3pm ET on New York restaurants and the innovative chefs behind them.
Adam Sachs, T+L contributing editor, @sachsmo