After several (gentle) suggestions from our readers we finally got it done. All ten of our travel books now include current info on accessibility for those with limited mobility. That means it’s there for every sight and every restaurant. And we truly hope everyone finds it helpful.
Our very own Andie Easton was invited to be a guest poster on the fabulous website, Artsy-Traveler. Today her article about the fascinating origins of Santa Maria del Popolo in Rome was posted so check it out and give Artsy-Traveler your support. You can read the article through the link below. Happy travels, Dean & Andie
It’s looking more and more like travel will take off at some point this year. Total yay. We’ve already booked accommodations in Europe for October and have our fingers and toes crossed that we can grab some flights by late June. All of our overseas Clued In cities came back to life this month, opening up their museums and sights. June will see the full opening of restaurants and the like, so we’re keeping an eye on that as well. Right now the restaurants are partially open.
Our travel books for Paris, Rome, Florence, Venice, London, Edinburgh, and Barcelona have all been republished as new 2021 editions because of this fantastic progress. That means you can start doing your planning now! For folks who are staying state-side, we also updated and republished our books for New York, San Francisco, and Miami. Let’s do this thing!
People are asking us when our “Bored In” series of books will return after being nearly decimated from the pandemic. The answer is… very soon! Bored in Paris will be the first one, up and running on Amazon in both ebook and print versions at the start of June. The rest of them will follow during the summer. The books are all about the fun experiences you can have in our “Clued In” cities. Thank you so much for all your kind words and best wishes!