The hottest Destination Substack posts right now

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Cosmographia β€’ 1657 implied HN points β€’ 17 Mar 24
  1. The post is about Cappadocia and is part of the Atlas' Notebook series on Cosmographia.
  2. The content includes art, poetry, literature, cartography, and photography focused on a specific place.
  3. Access to the full post is for paid subscribers only.
sweater weather β€’ 4697 implied HN points β€’ 28 Jun 23
  1. Brandon Taylor expresses gratitude for people who supported his book tour and let his characters into their lives.
  2. While in London, Brandon faced challenges in finding a drip coffee machine and dealing with a medication issue.
  3. Bath left a strong impression on Brandon due to its beauty and the feeling of mutual connection he experienced there.
Yolo Intel β€’ 2417 implied HN points β€’ 10 Jun 23
  1. The "Costa Meno" list features affordable, authentic, charming, and soulful places to stay in Italy near the coast.
  2. These accommodations offer a deeper connection to the location and owners compared to traditional 5-star hotels.
  3. The list includes accommodations under 300 euros a night, focusing on small hotels and rentals near the water.
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Crossplay β€’ 452 implied HN points β€’ 21 Jun 23
  1. The routine drive to Wisconsin can be transformed into a personal family game using technology.
  2. Even though there are limited route options, using directions can sometimes lead to discovering new and interesting paths.
  3. Taking a different route can lead to discovering new communities and experiences along the way.
Digest // Storefronts of Bangkok β€’ 39 implied HN points β€’ 05 Mar 24
  1. Handpicked collection of 5 coolest hotels in Bangkok which offer luxury and unique experiences for travelers.
  2. Hotels like Four Seasons Bangkok, Mandarin Oriental Bangkok, and Capella Bangkok redefine urban opulence and embody the local culture of Bangkok.
  3. The Siam and The Standard, Bangkok Mahanakhon stand out for their elegant design, opulent accommodations, and exceptional amenities ensuring a memorable stay.
The Weekly Dish β€’ 49 implied HN points β€’ 27 Jan 24
  1. The View From Your Window contest featured a diverse range of animals and hints from different parts of the world.
  2. Participants shared personal anecdotes related to their travels to India, and memories connected to past contest locations.
  3. Sleuths analyzed clues in a submitted photo, deciphering that the location was in New Zealand despite some misleading elements.
Caravanserai with Samantha Childress β€’ 157 implied HN points β€’ 30 Jun 23
  1. The author discussed feeling burnout and issues with wifi while traveling in Guatemala.
  2. The author enjoyed a stay in a beautiful hotel at Lake AtitlΓ‘n, but faced limitations in exploring due to lack of public transportation.
  3. Despite being confined to the hotel, the author and their partner made the most of the situation by relaxing and enjoying vacation mode.
The Cosmopolitan Globalist β€’ 17 implied HN points β€’ 14 Feb 24
  1. Claire Berlinski's family took her to Morocco to distract her from worrying news and to enjoy time studying basket weaving.
  2. Claire Berlinski shares her experience in Morocco with the intention of finding a break from the constant stream of depressing news.
  3. While acknowledging that the world is not perfect, Claire Berlinski finds solace in the beautiful moments and experiences during her stay in Morocco.
Cosmographia β€’ 79 implied HN points β€’ 03 Feb 23
  1. The author is expressing excitement about their first visit to Rome and the importance of making a good first impression when visiting a new place.
  2. The post seems to delve into the historical significance and eternal nature of Rome, highlighting phrases like 'Urbs Aeterna' and 'Imperium Sine Fine'.
  3. Access to the full post and more content seem to be limited to paid subscribers on the website.
The J. Burden Show β€’ 119 implied HN points β€’ 10 Aug 22
  1. The small villages in Sinclair Maine have a deep historical significance and strong community ties.
  2. The people of Sinclair Maine embody a tough, resilient spirit seen through their occupations and lifestyles.
  3. The author reflects on the changing dynamics of his own hometown and finds inspiration in the enduring spirit of places like Sinclair Maine.