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travelgirl magazine - escapes for women

Fall 2014 Issue

In this issue we welcome our favorite investigative biographer Kitty Kelley and her insider's guide, A Travelgirl's Guide to the Good Life: The Hamptons. Stephanie Oswald and her fiancé take their relationship to new heights, literally, with a romantic getaway to Callaway Gardens in Georgia and we share 6 things to do in the Bahamas in Savvy Six. The legendary award-winning Judy Woodruff graces our cover and shares stories of her incredible career as a newswoman and how she developed her love of travel.

Join Suzanne Gerber at an eco-lodge in Peru, Jan Schroder as she explores the limits of her comfort zone in Banff and explore 5 places to play and get pampered while glamping with Carol Jacobs. See more of our favorite people, places and things in TG Alley.

 



you know you're a travelgirl if…
Three different airlines have replaced your luggage in the last six months.

 

Photo By Jan Schroder

"During a late-summer trip to Banff and Lake Louise in Alberta, Canada, the boundaries of
my comfort zone were blown away when I rode in a monster truck on an icefield, got too-close-for-comfort to a grizzly bear, and felt the wind blow through my hair as I peered over towering cliffs from a helicopter seat."

— From "Life in the Banff Lane" by Jan Schroder
tg main itinerary
28 Travel Now: The Hamptons
Best-selling author Kitty Kelley shares
an inside look at this celebrity haunt  
32 Ask the Expert: Quick Fix
Cosmetic Treatments
Dr. David Brothers shares solutions for glowing on the go
34 Travelgirl Covergirl: Judy Woodruff
The broadcast pioneer reveals her toughest and most surprising interviews
39 Focus on: Adventure
Glamping — an enduring trend of outdoor opulence
46 You Know You're a Travelgirl if…
50 Focus on Romance: at Callaway
Gardens
An engaged couple takes their relationship to new heights 
52 A Taste of: Tulsa
A look at this Oklahoma arts and cultural hub
54 5 Things to Do in: Myrtle Beach
Pushing boundaries in the Canadian Northwest
58 Travel Making a Difference: Peru
Casa Colibri focuses on sustainability in the Sacred Valley
tg side trips
10 reflections from the road
  letter from the editor-in-chief
12 on the road again
  letter from the publisher
14 tg alley: stuff we love
  elite driving, NC adventure & a fab ranch
20 savvy six: The Bahamas
ips to travel with from Travelgirl's  founders
22 city pick: Huntsville, Alabama
24 advance notice: for your winter calendar
62 founders' finds
favorite products from our publisher and editor-in-chief
64 final thought
conservation in focus

Photo By Tom Simon

"Grunge is so '80s. For a 21st century take on camping — minus the grunge-and-grunt factor — go glamping, an outdoor adventure that turns camping into a class-act. Forget about leaky tents, soggy sleeping bags and freeze-dried grub. We're talking 1,200 thread count Egyptian cotton sheets, five-star cuisine, designer spas and outdoor pros who can show you the ropes — whether you want to bag a peak, cast a line, paddle a river or fly across the sky on a high-altitude zip line."

— From "5 Places to Play and Get Pampered"  by Carole Jacobs