September 2021 Journal

Welcome to the September 2021 issue of Travel Research Monthly!

I have been privileged to hear recent stories about travelers getting back out into the world and I am feeling optimistic!  I hope this is translating into people reaching out to their travel advisors to plan their next adventures, both big and small.

A number of you have reached out to ask if I am able to provide the monthly journal content directly to your travel website in a white label format and I am happy to report that we have developed a syndicated version of the journal that will do just that.  I will be sending out information next week explaining the process.

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I have highlighted a few favorite articles below that I hope you will enjoy!


Insights into the Michelin Star process.
I have been lucky enough to dine in several Michelin Star restaurants in the past and the process of awarding stars has always intrigued me.  I loved learning about the behind the scenes life of a Michelin Inspector.  It seems it is both interesting and exhausting!


Leaf peeping train rides in New England.
It’s time to travel to New England and enjoy the changing fall leaves.   Adding to the experience by taking a train helps you really focus on the scenery in the way a road trip may not.


Enjoy this fascinating firefly display.
Every kid, and adult that has been a kid, loves the arrival of fireflies. This firefly display in Tokyo is worth experiencing if visiting in May/June.


A conversation with Rick Steves about travel’s role in his life.
Rick Steves brings his character charm and insight to this conversation about travel.  Discussing his love of travel and thoughts on future travel does not disappoint.

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Happy Travels,

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