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Matt Meltzer


Miami, FL, United States

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Recent articles by Matthew:

This Shockingly Affordable Glamour Spot Should Be Your Next European Vacation

Feel like James Bond on a budget when visiting Monaco and its centerpiece, Belle Époque casino and the lavish Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo. → Read More

The World’s 8 Most Underrated Honeymoon Destinations

These are the absolute best honeymoon destinations around the world that aren't crowded or expensive. → Read More

The World's Most Beautiful Lake Towns

If celebrities have a fancy lake house, you can almost bet it's gonna be in one of these gorgeous lake towns around the world with scenic views and places to rent water skis and boats galore. → Read More

This Colorful Caribbean Island Is Full of Hidden Beach Coves

This Caribbean island has the best resorts, beaches, restaurants, and Blue Curaçao cocktails. Here’s what to do while taking a trip to this tropical beach getaway. → Read More

The Most Hippie Town in All 50 States

From a farm commune in Missouri to an artists colony in Mississippi, here's the most hippie town in every US state. → Read More

Here’s Everything You’re Entitled to If Your Flight Gets Canceled

You're entitled to cold, hard cash, not just chintzy vouchers. → Read More

The Best National Park You’ve Never Heard of Is Almost Entirely Underwater

If you find yourself in Florida, there's a long list of fun things to do at Biscayne National Park from sailing to paddle boarding, snorkeling, and more. → Read More

This Criminally Underrated National Park Is a Sonoran Desert Wonderland

Long overshadowed by the Grand Canyon, Saguaro is a 92,000-acre desert wonderland just outside Tucson that's one of the easiest national parks to visit. → Read More

What to Expect in Your Global Entry Interview

This is what to expect from the Global Entry interview process if you are a frequent traveler and are looking for the benefits of expedited lines through customs and immigration. → Read More

What We’re Looking Forward to in Miami in 2022

From Formula 1 races to Ulta’s EDM-fueled return, we could really use a win this year. → Read More

The Midwest’s Best Winter Escape Isn’t Where You Think It Is

South Dakota suddenly feels like the sweeping opening of an epic western set on a cold, vast landscape where anything can happen. → Read More

America's Best Places to See Fall Colors (That Aren't in New England)

Plenty of parks, mountains, and forests around America rock vivid autumn foliage, beyond New England. Here are the best places to check out fall colors. → Read More

18 Actually Cool Things to Do in Miami this Fall

From visiting scientific curiosities to NFL tailgating’s triumphant return. → Read More

'The Enchanted Highway' Is a Folk-Art Odyssey Through the Heartland

One man's 30-year quest to save a small town through funky roadside art. → Read More

This Tiny Western Town Goes Full Broadway in the Badlands

Spectacular views and pitchfork-fried steak are deep in the midwest. → Read More

Where to Watch the Tokyo Olympics in Miami

The best places in Miami to watch the 2020 (AKA 2021) Tokyo Olympics, late at night, early in the morning, or whenever you just need to watch Team USA get their slalom kayak on. → Read More

The Most Underrated Stops Along the Pacific Coast Highway

Pick up a rental car from LA, roll back the sunroof, and get ready to enjoy these less-traveled PCH highlights. → Read More

5 Ways to Support Survivors of the Surfside Condo Collapse

Here’s a handy list of trusted places and causes to support in any way you can. It’s by no means all-encompassing, but will ensure your best intentions are put to good use. → Read More

The Cenote Capital of Mexico Is Still Under-the-Radar

If you’re here to see some incredible cenotes—jumping off from this still-unspoiled fishing village is the way to go. Here’s how to prepare to take the plunge. → Read More

These Are America's Most Gorgeous Botanical Gardens

A quick and beautiful way to feel like you're outside America's biggest cities is that slice of forest amid the concrete jungle. → Read More