Lindsay Taub

About Lindsay Taub

Lindsay Taub is a writer/editor, producer and photographer covering travel, lifestyle, culture, arts, food, and all facets that make life a journey. She calls Los Angeles home when she’s there, but prefers to leave the city for the mountains and open spaces as often as possible. She loves cooking, gardening, live music, hiking with her three rescue dogs, and nothing beats cheese and wine during a spectacular sunset. If you can’t find her, she’s trekking through a jungle, seeking a seeker, admiring wildlife, or on a plane, quite possibly jumping out of it when the adrenaline junkie is at her best. She is the co-founder of Voyage Vixens. Follow her on twitter @lindsaytaub.

Goodbye Air Pacific, Bula Fiji Airways!

Air Pacific will officially become Fiji Airways on June 27, 2013

Air Travel. Some love it and know how to work the system to get the best fares, the best seats, and make their miles work for them. The industry makes headlines with business woos and woes, from increasing baggage fees and brand new aircraft (Inside Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner), to airline mergers and rebranding campaigns (American […]

A Bourbon Blast in Louisville, Kentucky

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Maker’s Mark Cocktail Party 2012 With all the petty political squabbling in America today, Maker’s Mark decided to mix things up. This year, they chose to support the one party we could all feel good about – The Cocktail Party! The campaign trail stopped in San Francisco, Austin, New York City and culminated on November […]

Taking home a piece of Paris…literally

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“There is but one Paris and however hard living may be here, and if it became worse and harder even—the French air clears up the brain and does good—a world of good.” ― Vincent van Gogh It’s one of my favorite cities in the world. From the first time I visited Paris, I was taken […]

Fall Specials at Georgia’s Reynolds Plantation

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Unique campfire inspired spa treatments. Leaves turning vibrant red, yellow and orange. Pumpkins and unlimited ice skating. That pretty much sums up fall at The Ritz-Carlton Lodge, Reynolds Plantation on Lake Oconee, Georgia. Just 75 miles from Atlanta, Lake Oconee embodies tranquility with Georgia pines towering overhead. This luxury resort provides guests with everything they’d […]

Book Review: The Longest Way Home and Interview with Andrew McCarthy

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It’s been called the male version of “Eat, Pray, Love.” And while we don’t find actor and award-winning travel writer Andrew McCarthy dumping his skinny jeans for “fat pants” while devouring carbs in Italy, we do find him in a similar quandary to Elizabeth Gilbert in her now-cult favorite memoir. The parallel? Going as far […]

Saving on Fall Travel and Adventure to Puerto Rico

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Luis Rivera-Marín, executive director of the Puerto Rico Tourism Company (PRTC), announced this week that travelers have a little more time to take advantage of the Island’s first-ever free adventure promotion.The offer, which gives travelers the chance to see for themselves how Puerto Rico does it better with unique, once-in-a-lifetime experiences, was extended to October […]

Murphys: Hidden Gem in California

Sunset at Villa Vallecito Vineyards

Nothing excites me more when traveling than finding an off-the-beaten path gem. When I can say a destination and get a response from others like, “where is that?!” I’m in… Murphys, California proved to be that and more. The picturesque village in Calaveras County, 2.5 hours drive from San Francisco off Highway 4 East, offers […]

Website of the Week: Want Me Get Me

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Just launched today, Want Me Get Me is a free members-only hotel booking site that aims to give travelers exclusive access to perks and amenities usually reserved for celebrities, rock stars, and platinum rewards status priority guests at the world’s best hotels. For the first time, travelers pay standard hotel room rates and get to […]