Take a Quick Trip: 48 Hours in Sedona

Take a Quick Trip: 48 Hours in Sedona

For my 40th birthday this year, I wanted the opposite of a party: serenity, outdoor adventure, and introspection. So my husband and I packed our carry-ons and headed to Sedona, Arizona — the West’s most spiritual city and, according to the Sedona Tourism Board, one of...
This Trip Brews Excitement

This Trip Brews Excitement

Meredith enjoys a hearty meal in one of the beer tents at Oktoberfest.   As a resident of Germantown and member of the German-American Club of Louisville, Meredith Grisanti, 29, is no stranger to the lavish fun of Oktoberfest. Giant steins of beer, lederhosen, and...
It’s Never Too Late to Travel

It’s Never Too Late to Travel

Nancy stands in Yellowstone National Park. At 70, Nancy Hubbard had never been on a hike in her life. In fact, she’d never stepped foot in a national park. She was not a stranger to travel — she’d walked the streets of New York City, Paris, and Rome — but the great...
Travel Fever: How to Get It and Pass It On

Travel Fever: How to Get It and Pass It On

This photo of Kim was taken from her friend’s sailboat in Hawaii. Kim Joiner’s zest for travel is contagious. The world, as the adage goes, is truly her oyster. At 56, this middle school drama teacher is setting the lofty goal of touching every continent before...
The Journey Inward

The Journey Inward

  Travel changes you. The late and lovely Anthony Bourdain said, “The journey is part of the experience —an expression of the seriousness of one’s intent. One doesn’t take the A train to Mecca.” Sabine traveled to California with the intent of creating a business...