Now, with bikes for old people. And dorks.
“The Cathedral”¯””as Jackie Kennedy called it–has closed. But there”s still time to buy a pew or two.
My article about the closing of the famed Four Seasons restaurant, and the auction of its furnishings, for Departures.
The Thermal Club, near Palm Springs, California, is a private race track, featuring million dollar garages, a BMW Performance Driving School, a clubhouse, a pool, tennis courts, a spa, catering, a kid’s club, and individuated concierge service. In other words, it’s heaven. (Though a very expensive heaven.) I stayed there, and drove there, and wrote this for the summer issue of Departures.
Northern Nevada’s vast tracts of affordable land, plentiful sunishne, and proximity to Silicon Valley have turned it into the new new Detroit: a place to build the things for the Internet of Things.
My latest reportage for Departures. Click on the thumbnail above, and then click it again, to view it. You can also procure your own copy if you have an AmEx Platinum Card, which you probably don’t.
ESCAPE–architect Hermes Mallea’s latest coffee table design/travel book–showcases the most enviable era of Caribbean travel, and charts the invention of our American sun/sea/sand/fruity drink vacation fantasy. (My feature includes lots of photos.)