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Tracy Antonioli


About Me

I travel for business and leisure, and I write about it over on The Suitcase Scholar.

Places I Follow

Washington, DC

New York City

San Francisco


New Orleans



Tracy's Activity

A  December 01, 2014

New York City: First time in the City -- highlights?

Walk the High Line Park​. I like doing it from north to south, stopping at Chelsea Market Baskets for a snack, and then ending up somewhere nearish to 10th and 10th and then walking east for one (or more) drinks in the East Village​. ... See More

A  December 01, 2014

What's your favorite travel backpack? What are their best feature/pitfalls?

I absolutely agree that the answer to this question will vary GREATLY depending upon the traveler. Case and point: me. I have what I consider to be the absolute best backpack for me--a Timbuk2 Uptown Laptop Backpack ( See More

A  November 25, 2014

New York City: Cool, New Hotel in NYC?

Not a huge fan of midtown, but I loved my (budget, to me) stay at TRYP By Wyndham Times Square South​. By Times Square South, they mean VERY south of Times Square. It is Hells Kitchen adjacent, and we walked to the northern entry to the High Line from... See More

A  November 25, 2014

Charlottetown: What are regular parts of your travel?

I like culinary tours. I think my first one was in Charlottetown​, but since then I've done them in as many cities as possible--San Francisco​, New Orleans​, Portland (Maine)​ (that one rocked) even Williamsburg​... See More

A  November 25, 2014

What stops you from traveling?

How's this for an answer: travel stops me from traveling. For the past two years, I've had a job which is 100% travel. Two weeks ago I had a long weekend planned in a new city between work and more work the next week. I blew it off (as in 'did not even get on... See More

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