As an average Joe from Boston who has trundled my way through my fare share of European “Must See’s” and “Must Do’s” this was by far one of the coolest things I have ever done.
Todd Plummer covers a wide range of topics inspired by travel—from destination guides, to food and wine, to entertainment and design. His work has appeared in Vogue, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, W, Town & Country, and more. He holds degrees from McGill University and St. John’s University School of Law, and is currently writing a memoir about a year of solo travel.
Meet the piping plover, an adorable little bird whose tenuous existence shuts down roads and beaches right in the peak of summer.
Ask any local what the one thing you simply must do during your first visit to Montreal, and they are almost certainly bound to say the same thing: Mangez!
Introducing the Eat Sheet, Beast Travel’s new destination dining guide. First up is Nantucket, the island getaway for the rich and famous.
But just because we can, does that mean we should?
If you like things to be handed to you, find a seat on the chairlift at Aspen; if you want to earn your turns and find an adventurous sense of accomplishment, head here.
Who needs the Big Five when you can spot this colorful canid?
Obviously things like face coverings and social distance and adherence to local health guidelines will be the norm, but who's going to go skiing—and how?
Haven’t we been through enough this year?
While some hope the seaside proves attractive with social distancing, others in this summer mecca fear another devastating extension of the lockdown is around the corner.