Posts tagged "wanderlust"

The Plaza Introduces “The Great Gatsby”-Themed Suite

Our “The Great Gatsby” obsession just reached a fever pitch: the Plaza Hotel in New York City has debuted a suite that will transport you right to the Roaring Twenties. Filled with grey and sea foam tones, Deco-furniture and chandeliers, the Fitzgerald Suite — so named for The Great Gatsby author F. Scott Fitzgerald and…

Jessica Wakeman / April 28, 2013

What’s On Your Travel Bucket List?

Do you have a travel bucket list? It seems like my list of places to go before I kick the bucket gets longer by the day, and this week’s travel theme has me itching to plan my next trip right now. I asked the rest of The Frisky staff to tell me about their dream destinations, and it…

Winona Dimeo-Ediger / April 26, 2013

Makeup Bag: The Best Of International Beauty Products

My product stash has a serious case of wanderlust. Cleanser from England, toner from Australia, moisturizer from France — I may not be in any position to travel the world over, exactly, but my skin definitely is. The origins of these 8 products read like a guestbook at the United Nations, so you don’t eve…

Rachel Krause / April 26, 2013

Flying Terrifies Me: Here Are 7 Tips On How People Think I Should Deal

I hate flying. Hate it. Just thinking about being on an airplane makes my lungs tighten and my blood pressure rise. I’ve flown many times before (across the country, across the Atlantic, etc.), but it’s never been remotely pleasant for either me or the person stuck sitting next to me. I cry, I hyperventilate, I…

Jessica Wakeman / April 26, 2013

Astrology 101: How To Spot Each Sign … At The Airport

When it comes to people-watching (and its astrological variation: sign spotting!), you really can’t beat the airport. There are so many intriguing people from all over the world converging at the same terminals, food courts, and painfully long security lines. In keeping with the theme of Wanderlust Week, we though it would be fun to…

How To Date A Travel Writer

A few weeks into my relationship with “Ben,” I left town for about two months. The week after we moved in together, I left again. Every couple comes into a relationship with baggage, but mine was a little more literal. I’m a travel writer, and my job sends me on the road regularly. As much…

Lilit Marcus / April 25, 2013

How To Make The Most Of Your Hotel Sex

You’re paying hundreds of dollars a night to escape from your lumpy mattress and your cranky neighbors and your mold-stained shower that you don’t feel like cleaning and your pile of laundry that you’re actively trying to avoid. That’s what vacations are for: getting the hell away from reality. And while you’re kiddying up all…

The Frisky / April 25, 2013

Quiz: What’s Your Travel Style (And Where Should You Go Next)?

It’s Wanderlust Week here at The Frisky, and I don’t know about you, but all this travel talk has me itching to plan my next trip! If you’ve got the travel bug but aren’t sure where to venture to next, take this 5-question quiz to find out your travel style, and check out our destination recommendations. Ready?

Winona Dimeo-Ediger / April 25, 2013

Awesomely Affordable: 10 Cute Carry-On Bags For $100 Or Less

If you want to travel the world, you need a few things: a passport, money, fabulous sunglasses, and a great bag. From oversized totes to hard shell suitcases, we found 10 awesome carry-on bags that will let you skip the baggage claim crowds and head right to your destination. Click through to check ‘em out!

Winona Dimeo-Ediger / April 24, 2013

Wanderlust Week: 5 Trips That Changed My Life

My favorite thing about traveling is that it always changes me. Whether I’m taking a road trip to a neighboring state or exploring Europe for a month, I never come back home the same person I was when I left. Traveling changes your perspective, it changes the way you see yourself, and it changes the…

Winona Dimeo-Ediger / April 24, 2013

The 12 Biggest Perks Of Traveling Alone (As Illustrated By GIFs)

There are a few things in life I feel like I’m pretty good at, among them, roasting a mean pork tenderloin, giving sad sacks hours and hours of life advice without pay, drinking a whole bottle of champagne without getting slurry, drawing meaningful dating wisdom from unlikely sources (like “Star Trek”), and traveling alone. Interestingly,…

Amelia McDonell-Parry / April 24, 2013

The Ultimate American Chick Flick Road Trip Guide

In case you hadn’t noticed, it’s spring. And there’s no time better to load up the car with beef jerky and Red Bull, and take on the American highway system with your best friend. That’s right. It’s ROAD TRIP TIME! But we here at The Frisky didn’t want you to take any old road trip.

The Frisky / April 23, 2013

Dating Don’ts: How Not To Not Have A Travel Romance

I’m an avid backpacker/compulsive traveler. I’m an overly optimistic dreamer who has quite seriously hypothesized that (a) mermaids exist, and (b) if you run fast enough and cry hard enough, Bradley Cooper just might chase you around a street corner and scream “I love you.” I tend to believe that smiley face emoticons in email…

Heidi Samuels / April 23, 2013

Travel Diary: The Long Road From Portland To Nashville

Greetings from Nashville, Tennessee! We got into town last week after a 4-day, 2300-mile road trip with everything we own crammed in the trunk of my Volkswagen Jetta. This was, by far, the longest road trip I’ve ever taken, and the drive itself is something I will never forget. I’ve been trying to figure out…

Winona Dimeo-Ediger / April 22, 2013

Wanderlust 2013: We Want To Know Your Travel Recommendations!

Welcome to Wanderlust 2013! Pack your bags, because over the course of the next few weeks, we’ll be all about travel, travel, travel! And we want your participation as well. We want to know about all the places you’ve visited and where you would recommend your fellow Frisky readers stay, eat, drink, shop, party, and play around…

Amelia McDonell-Parry / April 22, 2013

Wanderlust: How To Hook Up In A Hostel

It would be hard to find a more fitting pair than that of sex and travel. Here, one adventurer, who has kissed an uncounted number of men who don’t share her zip code, shares her experience combining the two through more than 30 countries for our “End of Summer Escapes” series.

Obviously, the word…

Alina Berd / August 27, 2010

Wanderlust: If You’re 300,000 Miles Away, Don’t Call Your New Man

It would be hard to find a more fitting pair than that of sex and travel. Here, one adventurer, who has kissed an uncounted number of men who don’t share her zip code, shares her experience combining the two through more than 30 countries for our “End of Summer Escapes” series.

Three years ago,…

Alina Berd / August 26, 2010

Jennifer Aniston Will Go Topless, Smoke Pot & Have A Threesome In Upcoming Apatow Comedy

After her latest film, “The Switch,” bombed at the box office, Jennifer Aniston has finally decided to switch things up. Well, sorta. According to Hollywood Life, the actress has signed on for the next Judd Apatow comedy, “Wanderlust,” and will be playing Paul Rudd’s “chain-smoking” wife who “sleeps around” and even goes “topless” at one…

Amelia McDonell-Parry / August 25, 2010

Wanderlust: Why It’s Easier To Meet Men On Vacation

It would be hard to find a more fitting pair than that of sex and travel. Here, one adventurer, who has kissed an uncounted number of men who don’t share her zip code, shares her experience combining the two through more than 30 countries for our “End of Summer Escapes” series.
There have been many…

Alina Berd / August 24, 2010

An Indie Rock And Yoga Festival? Other Summer Gatherings Of Our Dreams

Last weekend, a festival called “Wanderlust” rocked the beautiful hills of Lake Tahoe, California. This festival combines sweet musicians like Andrew Bird, Girl Talk, Broken Social Scene, and Jenny Lewis with yoga classes taught by pros. Sadly we missed it, but we still think that’s a pretty sweet combo. [WanderlustFestival.com]

Here are some…

Nikki Dowling / July 30, 2009