Author: Cynthia Rosenfeld

This born gypsy began writing for Conde Nast Traveler in early September 2001, three days before it seemed no one would get on a plane for pleasure ever again.

Thankfully, globetrotting never went entirely out of style. The Yale educated American has lived all over Asia, served as a Contributing Editor at Conde Nast Traveler and writes regularly for The Australian, Australian Gourmet Traveler, New York Times, Financial Times’ How to Spend It, Conde Nast Traveller (UK), Time, Destinasian, Robb Report and Luxe City Guides among others, covering the most decadent destinations around the world. Next stop Ethiopia, the Amazon, or the Arctic.

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2011 travel planner: Where to be, when to go, what to do

Make 2011 your greatest travel year ever with this compilation of the world's biggest events, splashiest parties and most outrageous festivals
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6 restaurant escapes with incredible views

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7 sexy skinny dips

7 sexy skinny dips

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