is what you can find on GoNOMAD.com today…
Mexico's wonderful small cities: San
Miguel de Allende and Guanajauto.
Our staffers visit these enchanting cities and provide you with complete destination
guides--where to stay, what to eat and what to see--all you need to know to discover
them yourself. With a San
Miguel photo gallery.
Machines: Clare Chadburn updates a popular article
with new details on 2002's best computers for travelers who want to write on the
road. Plus, advice on digital cameras and lots of informative websites.
Braised Fish Street.
This leafy up-and-coming tourist destination in North Vietnam
features a neighborhood of streets with specific names--and our correspondent
discovers the best fish soup at a decades-old family restaurant...(the same one
that was recommended in the New York Times two weeks later!) Including
a photo gallery.
IN THE NEWS—recent mentions about us in the New
York Times Sunday Travel section, National Geographic and More!
Discover the real baseball treasure of the New York, Philadelphia, Atlantic City
area -- minor league baseball teams. Where you can bring the family and enjoy
a fun night out for peanuts! We also round up the season's action for teams in
North Carolina. Find
Atlantic City budget hotels.
Kayaking in British Columbia. Enjoy the striking
scenery, the silence, and try to catch a glimpse of the elusive Orca, who often
swim near the kayakers. Including a photo
Tips for Woman Travelers.
If you're contemplating your first soft adventure trip, here is what to expect
and some tips to make it more fun. From the folks at the Women's Travel Club.
guide to Woman-only trips around the world. From
our comprehensive database of tour operators, comes this directory to guide you
if you're interested in traveling "with the girls."
May's newsletter sponsored
captures your mind and heart and imagination. What a glorious way to spend a week!
Horizons To Go Programs have now been running for almost a decade. Over these
years we have established special relationships with the people who live in the
regions we visit, with our goal being to make these experiences have real meaning;
to bring folks to places and introduce them to people they might not otherwise
encounter. Our groups are small to give us lots of flexibility and avoid being
a tour. Workshops are small toostructured to accommodate novices and challenge
those who are advanced in a medium. Good food, places to stay that have real character...all
this is important to us too. Artistic vacations and educated travel focusing on
the visual arts. Horizon's small group trips, (14 or less), include Italy, Ireland,
Spain, Belize, Nepal, American Southwest, France, Mexico, NYC, and Thailand. Do
connect if you need more informationwe hope you'll join us on a learning