A few of my favorite links from around the web. Happy weekending!
A hotel in Phnom Penh with private pools—all for about $100 per night.
I’ve tried countless travel pillows—from the flimsy blow-up variety to a sand-filled velvet number. And they’re all lousy. It seems that every time I wake up from a plane nap, my neck is screaming. This item legit solved my problem.
I love to wear leggings while traveling because they’re super comfortable and you can double your wardrobe by later using them at the gym. For those adverse to denim on an airplane, here are my favorite (and most flattering) leggings for travel.
Skip the tourist spots. Here’s where the locals eat oysters in New Orleans.
I’d been carrying around the same burnt orange roller bag for a decade when Nate surprised me with the best Christmas present a frequent traveler could ask for:
This past December, Nate and I took a two-week vacation to Scotland. We stayed in gorgeous city center hotels, and an impressive (though if being honest, sort of stuffy) castle in the Highlands. But our absolute favorite property was this simple cottage we rented on the Isle of Skye.
For our 10th wedding anniversary, Nate kindly asked if he could plan a surprise vacation. I couldn’t imagine anything more romantic—until I remembered that I was a control freak who obsessed over destination spreadsheets and type-A trip documents.
But of course, I obliged.
We travel a ton, but have sort of a weird vacation ritual…
Fancy brunch is a thing in New Orleans. When people do a morning meal in this city, they do it well. From a Garden District classic to a newbie with free-flowing Champagne, here are a few of my favorites that are worth putting on your Sunday finest.