Tag: Nicole Lamberson

How the Government Shutdown May Affect Your Travel Plans

Aerial view of the National Mall in Washington, DC

By now, you must be well aware of the partial US government shutdown, now the longest shutdown in American history. Before we can discuss how this affects travelers, it’s important to understand how we arrived here. Of course, there are a lot of complexities involved, but it all revolves around a wall that could inflict harm on a great number of people as well as on the environment and wildlife.

Postcard Press Picks: For Traveling to Iceland

Iceland featured image

Postcard Press Picks: For Traveling to Iceland The Northern Lights. The Midnight Sun. The Blue Lagoon. You can find all of this and more on one tiny, North Atlantic island: Iceland. It has become one of the most popular travel destinations over the past decade, and it seems like there’s always an article about why […]

Postcard Press Picks: NORAD Tracks Santa

Postcard Press Picks: NORAD Tracks Santa Featured Image

Postcard Press Picks: NORAD Tracks Santa It’s Christmas Eve! And you know what that means: Santa is making his way around the world with Rudolph and the rest of his reindeer crew. What better way to spend the day than following Santa’s journey around the world and learning all about the places he visits? The […]

Qibao Ancient Town

Qibao Featured Image: Image of Qibao Ancient Town along the Puhui River

Postcards from our Travelers Qibao Ancient Town Nicole sends a postcard from Qibao Ancient Town, a thousand-year-old water town located on the outskirts of Shanghai, China.   See more Postcards from our Travelers here!     Share this…FacebookTwitterPinterestStumbleUponRedditTumblrPrintemail

Postcard Press Picks: Yang’s Fry Dumplings

Yang's Fry Dumpling Storefront

Postcard Press Picks: Yang’s Fry Dumplings When traveling abroad, you don’t generally expect a fast-food chain to be a must-visit or a place to which you’ll want to return. Almost any destination will have hundreds, if not thousands, of restaurants, and with just a few days to visit, you can’t even scratch the surface. But […]

Postcard Press Picks: Worth It

Worth It Featured Graphic - Soba Noddles in Japanese Setup

Postcard Press Picks: Worth It Food is integral to all of our life experiences, so it’s no wonder that eating food (or watching people eat food) can give us a glimpse into a city or country’s culture. On any trip, you can look at your breakfast, lunch, or dinner and usually find something distinctive about […]

Postcard Press Picks: For Traveling to Shanghai

Featured Image - Shanghai Skyline

Postcard Press Picks: For Traveling to Shanghai Shanghai. The City by the Sea. It’s the most populous city in China and the second most populous city proper in the world, and Postcard Press will be there in November! Well, not all of Postcard Press, but I will be representing Postcard Press as I travel with […]

Postcard Press Picks: NYT’s “36 Hours in…”

New York Times 36 Hours In Featured Image of Clock

Postcard Press Picks: NYT’s “36 Hours in…” Let’s say you’re going on a short business trip or have a long layover in some exciting city you’ve never been to before. What should you do? Where should you go? There’s an abundance of travel guides and blogs online offering the “best of” for almost any city […]

Postcard Press Picks: For Traveling to Vietnam

Featured Image - Painting of a Vietnamese Street

Postcard Press Picks: For Traveling to Vietnam A Southeast Asian gem, Vietnam has a complex and tragic history that has led to a wonderfully rich culture. With occupations by China, France, and (briefly) Japan, Vietnam has only recently emerged from the ravages of war and destruction to become a compelling destination for visitors from all […]

Marrakech, Morocco

Image of Marrakech, Morocco, from top of the El Badi Palace

Postcards from our Travelers: Marrakech, Morocco July’s postcard is sent by co-founder Nicole, highlighting one of her favorite trips: Marrakech, Morocco.   Check out previous postcards sent here!   Share this…FacebookTwitterPinterestStumbleUponRedditTumblrPrintemail

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