Park City and Beyond…

Knife and Coin will be taking our annual trip to the Sundance Film festival in Park City, Utah starting today. We’ll be seeing some films. Checking out the sights. And sampling all the best food and drink (which is especially fun at such a high altitude.) Look for all our favorite new finds when our […]

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Six Senses Ninh Van Bay

If you’re anything like us, between holiday shopping, travel expenses, and end of year events, you’re probably coasting into the new year on financial and vacation day fumes. That’s OK, it just means you’ve squeezed all you can out of the previous year. But don’t let that keep you from dreaming of future adventures! We […]

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Moxie

Madison, CT is a beachside town with old Yankee roots.  While that has long made for a low-key, small town atmosphere, it also meant the restaurants used to close at sundown, which was a bit of downer as the town grew into a vibrant outpost for big city vacationers and families with second homes. Fortunately, […]

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Fairmont Kea Lani, Maui

If you’ve never been to Maui, just go. No hemming. No hawing. Just book a ticket. Now. We’ll wait… OK. Now you need a place to stay. Listen, you could canvas your friends for their advice. You could go with a mid-level hotel line. You could spend hours scouring condos and timeshares.  Or you could […]

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Travel Deals: Expedia

With added fees, cramped seating, and little in the way of in-flight amenities, there’s no question that air travel isn’t what it used to be. The airlines are all watching their bottom lines, so it’s essential to have someone watching out for yours as well! That’s why we use Expedia. Since 1996, Expedia has been […]

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Airstream Basecamp

There are times you want to get outside and enjoy nature but bring the comforts of home with you. Lets face it, trees are beautiful, tree roots are a pain in the ass.  Literally. That’s why we love Airstream trailers. With their aerodynamic, aluminum hulls, they let you hit the road comfortably, and do it […]

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The South of France

The French know how to live. After all, life isn’t measured in mergers and acquisitions, overtime, spreadsheets, or performance reports. And it sure as hell isn’t measured in free meals and company swag. No, as the French know, life, real life, is measure in long lunches, good conversations, delicious meals, and glass after glass of […]

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The Great American Road Trip

Let’s face it, air travel has become the most miserable way to travel. Yes, it’s the fastest way to get you from point A to point B, but you’ll sacrifice your dignity in the process. Who wants to get shuttled from place to place like an animal being hustled from its pen to the slaughterhouse? […]

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