Some travel writers get to explore far-off lands. I’ve done that, too, although my work often is more pragmatic. For example, I recently wrote all of the copy for the in-room guest services directory for a boutique hotel in Colorado, as well as a series of online promotions targeted at travel agents.
On the fun side, I’ve written my share of shorter food and travel-related articles, samples of which you can see below. (Some are under my maiden name, Leslie Rosenberg.) The picture to the left is from a trip to Campeche, Mexico, which I wrote about here. I also did a really snazzy piece on Montreal a few years back, but it ran in a newspaper, and I can’t figure out how to scan the sucker down to a readable size. Hopefully, these other tasty tidbits will still whet your appetite.
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Plan a Family Getaway to Campeche
Inside the North Texas Fair & Rodeo
(cover story Denton County magazine)
Creating Community in Old Town Lewisville
The Wildhorse Grill, Bar & Lounge
Review of Mary’s Fish Camp, NYC
Review of Spread restaurant, NYC
ATOMIC Magazine: Venus Lounge (Las Vegas) & Kent Motel (Miami)
Review of Nana restaurant, Dallas