Libby Zay

Libby Zay

Libby Zay is a Baltimore-based travel writer with a curious mind, restless feet, and a loud laugh.

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The Huffington Post

6 Ways To Show Off Baltimore To Out-of-Towners

When visitors arrive from out-of-town, we want to make sure you're showing off the best side of Charm City. Here are six itineraries for varying types of people that might descend on Baltimore. Use th...

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The Huffington Post

8 Scenic Trips Minus the Mega Ships (PHOTOS)

Cruising doesn't have to be all about a week in the Caribbean on a monster city at sea. Who really needs to play mini golf or go rock climbing while setting sail, anyway? For a less intense overwater ...

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Have Knife, Will Travel

George Hastings, champion shucker, recalls the days when oysters were king

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How to Ward Off Jet Lag in Five Easy Steps

Jet lag is a serious problem not only for business travelers, but also those who want to squeeze the most out of well-deserved vacations. But much like hangovers, everyone seems to have their own magi...


13 Travel Tweeters That Drive Us Crazy |

With more than 50 million active users logging in every day, it comes as no surprise that Twitter has its fair share of obnoxious tweeters.

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7 Tips For Touring Europe By Train |

Hitting the open road might be the most iconic way to see the United States, but riding the rails is certainly the most romanticized way

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Art On The Rhode: Take A Creative Vacation In Providence

New England is known for its captivating coastline and rural charm, but it is also a great retreat for artists and art lovers. Sure, big


Budget Guide 2013: Columbus, Ohio |

Columbus, Ohio, is known as both 'Cowtown' and 'The Biggest Small Town in America,' nicknames that begin to shed light on the destination's Midwes

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Civil War graffiti covers this Virginia home

Graffiti is now a fairly common part of our culture's dialogue, but did you know soldiers in the Civil War also tagged, doodled, and conversed