Archive for Category: "The Best Places"
Heading into summer road trip season, there’s no better time to get off the radar and away from the big cities. We’re talking about the small towns rich in nature, culture and history. Lindsay Taub counts down the top 11 towns of the West Coast. Look a little deeper from the Rockies to the Pacific [...]
Embrace all that is spooky this Friday the 13th with a look at some of the eeriest places in the world. Peter’s latest book, The Best Places for Everything, available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Indiebound and your local bookstore, tackles all things haunting and haunted. From a Chapel of Bones to ghosts and graves [...]
We all know that vacation time is limited, but a few moments of thinking ahead won’t just change where you go. It will actual change how you think about your travels. For example, most people think about heading to the islands, but to get the most out of the experience, why not rent your own [...]
Next Wednesday is July 4, which means barbecues, beach time and, of course, fireworks! The Best Places for Everything, available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Indiebound and your local bookstore, has rounded up all the best places for your favorite summer activities from white water rafting to roller coasters to farmer’s markets to fireworks. Here’s [...]
Farmers markets are at their prime right now, but regardless of the season Peter always makes a point to seek out the local food markets. Not only do you find fresh, healthy food, but you also get to interact with the locals. It’s one of the best ways to get insider info and a great [...]
Memorial Day is here and so is the start of the summer travel season. And nothing says summer like roller coasters. This week’s Best Places for Everything slideshow will help you find the best amusement park experience. Peter’s new book, The Best Places for Everything–-available now at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Indiebound and your local [...]
Every place claims to have the best…the best views, the best sunsets, the best food, you name it. But what constitutes the best? And who is the best person to judge? Peter travels more than 400,000 a miles a year which means he’s been, well, everywhere. For the first time ever, his latest book pulls [...]