Question 1: what is your favorite historic travel destination and why?
- — Edith Bellinghausen (@3DMonocle)Wed, Aug 01 2012 13:08:02
- — Kayla Jonas (@jonaskayla)Wed, Aug 01 2012 13:09:22
- — Molly Goldsmith (@callmebutton)Wed, Aug 01 2012 13:11:53A1: I was in Traverse City, MI in June and had a fabulous time. They have 3 historic districts in a really small area. #builtheritage
- — Suede Shirt Travel (@SuedeShirtCalif)Wed, Aug 01 2012 13:48:16A1: Finally, Weaverville, CA, is Gold Rush era town more off the track but with unusual sites and well-done preservation #builtheritage
Question 2: What are your favorite kinds of places to visit: house museums, Main Streets, historic neighborhoods, etc.?
Question 3: How do you ensure you support local historic places when you travel?
- — Kaitlin Wainwright (@hellokaitlin)Wed, Aug 01 2012 13:33:52
- — Jamie Bradburn (@jbcurio)Wed, Aug 01 2012 13:34:57Q3: try to wander in those that grab my eye, leave a couple of dollars in the donation box if there's no admission charge #builtheritage
- — Liz Williams (@wizzerfly)Wed, Aug 01 2012 13:44:58A3 I love sharing travel adventures via SM. Foursquare is great fun when travelling; starts convos w/friends at home. #builtheritage
Q4: What types of resources do you read to prepare for a trip?
- — Kaitlin Wainwright (@hellokaitlin)Wed, Aug 01 2012 13:49:38#builtheritage A4: The Internet is full of info-blogs, Twitter, etc.-but being in situ & with people whose heritage it is, is irreplaceable.
- — Molly Goldsmith (@callmebutton)Wed, Aug 01 2012 13:55:32A4: In keeping with SLM for a trip, check out foursquare for where you're going. Lots of times, there's great lists to follow #builtheritage
- — Nancy Oakley (@NancOakley)Wed, Aug 01 2012 13:58:56A4: Depends on where I'm going: if completely foreign, I'll do more background research & wing it with more familiar places #builtheritage
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