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Peter Dorfman

Bloomington (Indiana)


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Writer, content marketing specialist, social media expert and knowledge management consultant. Traveled widely on five continents. Always looking for travel writing opportunities -- open to suggestions.

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AFrankfurt: 4h 45m layover, enough to meet a family member for a bite in concourse?

The S-Bahn commuter trains (S8 and S9 lines) go right into Terminal 1. At the airport. It's about 12 minutes to the Hauptbahnhof (central rail station). You'd have plenty of time for lunch. See More

ATheater District - Times Square: Girl's Trip -Places to eat in the theater district

I like Osteria al Doge​ -- excellent Italian just slightly off Times Square, close enough to be convenient to the mainstream theaters. Not conspicuously cheap, but not outrageous for Midtown. See More

ASwitzerland: Where to visit, stay, explore in Switzerland in the winter?

We spent a Christmas week in Grisons​ (Graubunden canton), and had a wonderful time. If you're bent on skiing, you should know December is a little early in to be assured of good snow. Davos​ was gray, rainy and slushy that week,... See More

ANew York City: Transport from Times Square to Battery Park

The subways have been a real mess in the last year or two -- schedules are pretty screwy. But that's still the most practical way to go. Walk over to 7th Avenue in Times Square and take the IRT #1 local train ( not the 2 or 3 express) to the last stop,... See More

ANew York City: Avg fare from LaG Airport to W 45th street, NY NY

Apologies to Amy L., but I advise against the Airporter. It used to be a very reliable service and a good value, but the last time I tried to use it, it was in a state of complete chaos. It took over two hours to make a trip that should have been 20 minutes, maximum. I... See More

ATuscany: Recommendations for where to stay in Tuscany, Venice & Amalfi

I like the Hotel Saturnia & International​ in Venice -- not cheap but not bad for Venice, very well located, and the staff is incredibly knowledgeable and helpful. For Tuscany, what I plan to do next time I'm there is set up in a hotel in Siena​,... See More

QFrankfurt: What's fun in Frankfurt?

My wife and I are stopping for a day and night in Frankfurt in September. I know it's mostly a business and banking center, but what's fun there? Museum and restaurant recommendations? See More

AEurope: 17 days in Europe

December is a time when a lot of Europe is preparing for Christmas. I've been to Christmas markets in several Swiss cities, and they're fun. More generally, if this is your first time in Europe, I strongly recommend Barcelona​ and Seville​... See More

AJersey City: What's the best neighborhood in Jersey City for a first time visitor?

I would say the hip neighborhood is just west of the Grove Street PATH station (PATH is light rail folks in JC use to go to Newark, Hoboken and New York City.)  Grand Sichuan​ is kind of a hole in the wall with very authentic Mainland Chinese food,... See More

QNew York City: Beer in Greenwich Village

Where's the best place to get a beer in Greenwich Village these days -- not necessarily the hippest place, but the most old-timey and friendly? See More

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