Caitlin Morton, Condé Nast Traveler

Caitlin Morton

Condé Nast Traveler

New York, NY, United States

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Recent:
  • Unknown
Past:
  • Condé Nast Traveler
  • Condé Nast Traveller
  • Architectural Digest
  • MTV News
  • Babble

Past articles by Caitlin:

This Website Makes It Incredibly Easy to Have an RV Adventure

RVshare made my pre-pandemic RV road trip a reality. → Read More

36 Vintage Photos of New York City, From Coney Island to Times Square

These photos of New York City, which date from the late 1880s to the 1990s, show just how much the city has changed over the past 130 years. → Read More

29 Vintage Photos of Paris, from the Moulin Rouge to the Louvre

These vintage Paris photos show just how much the city has changed over the past century, all while remaining one of the most beautiful places on the planet. → Read More

29 Vintage Photos of the World's Most Famous Landmarks

These vintage photos show what the world's top tourist destinations looked like 100 years ago, from Times Square to the Great Wall of China. → Read More

Photos of Paris During Coronavirus, From Empty Streets to Messages of Hope on the Eiffel Tower

We've gathered up photos of Paris that show what life is like in the City of Light right now, from empty streets to messages of hope on the Eiffel Tower. → Read More

The Happiest Country in the World Shares Tips on How to Live Like Finns

Because we could all use a little advice right now. → Read More

Coronavirus Quarantine: A Look at Empty Streets, Highways and Bridges from Paris to Florida

Amid coronavirus quarantine rules around the world, cities like London, Hong Kong, and New York look completely deserted. → Read More

Experience Virtual Travel from Yosemite to Amsterdam with These Livestreams

Because you're going to run out of Netflix shows eventually. → Read More

It's Okay to Feel Sad About the Coronavirus Travel Restrictions

Cancelling trips is socially responsible; feeling disappointed about it is human. → Read More

You Can Now Book a Virgin Voyages Cruise With Mark Ronson and Diplo

Virgin Voyages just announced its resident On Deck DJ schedule, which now includes the likes of Grammy winners Mark Ronson and Diplo. → Read More

Currently Obsessed With: Living in the Past at Salzburg’s Hotel Goldener Hirsch

Salzburg's Hotel Goldener Hirsch dates back to the 15th century. → Read More

Free National Park Day: When to Visit U.S. National Parks for Free in 2020

The U.S. national parks (plus hundreds of other natural sites) will waive all admission fees during these five free national park days in 2020. → Read More

New Mexico’s White Sands Is America's Newest National Park

The White Sands is visited by around 500,000 people each year, and we expect that number will only increase with its shiny new "National Park" title. → Read More

Mobile Passport Now Lets You Renew Your Passport in 24 Hours

Booking a last-minute beach vacation just got a lot easier. → Read More

The Best Airbnbs for Spotting the Northern Lights

Talk about a backyard with a view. These Airbnbs are located in some of the best places to see Northern Lights, across Iceland, Norway, Canada, and more → Read More

Japan Airlines Has Created a Map to Help You Avoid Babies on Your Flight

Japan Airlines now displays a "child icon" above the seats where young children will be during the flight. → Read More

6 Cheap Flights for Labor Day Weekend to Book Right Now

Fly to destinations around the U.S. for under $320 round-trip. → Read More

How Traveling Sober Changed the Way I Saw the World

Drinking gave me the confidence to get outside of my comfort zone—but getting sober gave me the clarity to experience it. → Read More

Currently Obsessed With: Skipping the Small Talk at Nashville's Vandyke Bed & Beverage

A hotel stay where you don't have to talk to a single other person—unless you want to. → Read More

Cruise Deal: Princess Cruises Offering Major Savings on 2019 Cruises

In addition to steep discounts, the line also is offering $99 fares for third and fourth guests. → Read More