Epic Trips Post COVID: Where to Go and When to Book Them
16 days ago - By Ottsworld
After a year of being quarantined and cooped up, people are ready to travel more than ever. In fact, one common theme I have heard during the pandemic is that people feel like they have a new urgency to do the things they've always wanted to do. We can no longer take those epic trips we want to take ‘someday' for granted, who knows what will happen next year, or in the next 5 years.
I have always taken that view of ‘life is too short to wait'. It's probably why I've done so many epic trips in my 40's and 50's; you never know what will happen with your health, or the world.
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It's been one year. Here's how our readers feel about L.A. now
16 days ago - By LA Times
On the one-year anniversary of the shutdown in Los Angeles, we ask readers to reflect on life in L.A. and how their relationship with the region has changed.
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