Steve Bramucci Travel Articles

 
How I Travel: Santa Claus
How I Travel: Santa Claus Plain and simple, Santa Claus is the most widely traveled man alive, bringing joy to children wherever he goes. Though work forces him to spend a lot of time at home, in the North Pole, he has maintained a strong sense of wanderlust for hundreds of years. His travel savvy is second to none—and he admits to using his yearly round-the-world work trips to scout out vacation spots.
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How I Travel: Year-End Love Fest
How I Travel: Year-End Love Fest At BootsNAll we love travel and we love people who love travel. This year, amidst our own wanderings, we found time to interview more than forty career vagabonds about their respective travel styles-- and in each case, the last question asked was: "Why do you love travel?" Here's what they had to say.
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How I Travel: Dhani Jones
How I Travel: Dhani Jones Dhani Jones has it all—an NFL career, his own travel show and a pretty sharp line of bow ties. Needless to say he’s a busy man. But between chasing down quarterbacks and laying out his post-season vacation plans Dhani managed to carve out a little time to share his insight with How I Travel about the fine art of going with the flow, his love for New Zealand and why he encourages people to travel alone.
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How I Travel: Susan Orlean
How I Travel: Susan Orlean Susan Orlean is more than a travel writer—she’s a storyteller, who happens to tell lots of stories about foreign and exotic places. To date she’s published seven books, including "The Orchid Thief." This week, Susan talks to How I Travel about why she’s so in love with life on the road, her first experiences as a road-tripping writer, why she likes to travel with an objective in mind and her method for choosing a good spot to eat.
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How I Travel: Robin Benway
How I Travel: Robin Benway A few years ago, Robin Benway was working in an office while harboring dreams of quitting her day job to write a novel. Within a year she had signed with an agent, sold her first book and vanquished any thoughts of time-clocks and water-coolers.
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How I Travel: The BootsnAll Writers
How I Travel: The BootsnAll Writers With BootsnAll set to make the next call for writers for our Travel Writers Platform, we thought we’d check up on each of the first five and ask them to share some of their favorite gems of road-worn wisdom. Amiee, Brooke, Christine, JoAnna and Nellie are five fascinating women—each with a different take on what makes travel so special.
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How I Travel: Amee Donohoe
How I Travel: Amee Donohoe Amee Donohoe travels and surfs, and when she misses home she holes up near a secluded beach in her native Australia. Although it’s easy to be jealous of how she rolls, it’s hard to resent her for it—the optimistic and well-thought-out wave rider is as nice as they come. This week, while taking a rest between surf sessions, she spoke to us about her favorite places, where she wants to go next and why she loves life on the road.
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How I Travel: Twitter Edition
How I Travel: Twitter Edition This week we turned to the travel experts on Twitter to get their best tips for smooth, safe, and memorable travels.
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How I Travel: David Farley
How I Travel: David Farley This week, with An Irreverent Curiosity, hitting bookstores in paperback, David Farley made time to share his travel philosophy with BootsNAll.The title of his book, An Irreverent Curiously, could just as easily serve as its author’s byline. Farley is the epitome of the smart travel writer—engaging readers with both his sense of place and his urge to get the whole story.
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How I Travel: Peter Shankman
How I Travel: Peter Shankman Peter Shankman is the founder of HARO (Help a Reporter Out) a site that connects journalists under deadline with credible sources around the globe virtually in a matter of minutes. Peter makes his living being on the go, but this week, he carved out some time to talk with us about his travel tastes and what keeps him inspired.
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