Chef, Host Top Chef Masters My travel resolution for 2014: Simple—do more of it!
Actress (Chicago PD) My travel resolution for next year is to go to two countries I have not yet been to. My husband and I leave for India right after the new year, and on the same trip, we hope to go to Nepal, which will be a new country for both of us. That takes care of that. I'm thinking the second new country to visit next year will be Turkey, Jordan, Greece, or Morocco.
Chef, Restaurateur, TV Personality (Top Chef) Travel less for work and more for pleasure.
Actress (Boardwalk Empire) Pack less, travel more. And hopefully to new places!
Chef, Writer, TV Personality (Bizarre Foods) My travel resolution for 2014 is to take my family with me everywhere I go, whenever possible.
Chef, Author, TV Personality (Iron Chef) To show my daughter three great places in America in 2014.
Chef, Restaurateur, TV Personality (On the Table with Eric Ripert) To be smart and aggressive about combating jet lag.
Chef, Restaurateur, TV Personality (Chopped) Traveling as much as I do, I find convenience is very important. As I move into the new year, I want to do anything that will make my trips as convenient as possible.
Actor (The Vampire Diaries)
To travel constantly. I want to go to unconventional destinations as well as spectacular ones. Like Moscow, Prague and the Amalfi Coast. I want to go back to Australia and to Zimbabwe as much as I can, too.
Composer (Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom)
I catch up on reading and listening while on planes, so I always have my reading glasses with me. A good resolution for me would be to always remember to take my glasses off the plane with me after I land!
Chef, Restaurateur, TV Personality (MasterChef)
It looks like we are able to go to China next year. Aside from that I would like to limit the amount of time I spend in an airplane in 2014, and enjoy life exploring on the ground.
Chef, TV Personality (Kelsey’s Essentials)
To travel as much as possible before my son turns two in June and I have to start purchasing an additional full price ticket for him!
Songwriter (The Mortal Instruments, Silver Linings Playbook)
To actually go somewhere for fun and not just for work.
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