The Radar – the best of the travel blogosphere – is a regular feature on Intelligent Travel every Wednesday.
Here’s this week’s:
- What’s so special about Antoni Gaudí’s unfinished masterpiece, the Sagrada Familia? If you haven’t seen the belle of Barcelona for yourself, here’s a peek at what you’re missing. @paul_steele
- One of the best things about having people visit you is getting to show off your hometown. And when you happen to be based in the Big Apple, there’s a lot to see. Check out this “first timers’ guide to a weekend in New York.” @WanderlandAlex
How do travel bloggers who have families manage their responsibilities at home and on the road? Read on as 15 peripatetic parents sound off on how they achieve work-life balance while satisfying their wanderlust. @LolaAkinmade
- Tokyo, Japan, is a place that thrives on the “oddly familiar juxtaposition of the old against the new” — and nowhere is this dynamic more evident than in the many shrines that can be found all over the city. @InspirngTrvlrs
- And now, for this week’s dose of travel zen: A first-person narrative about what it’s like to go horseback riding on the beach and through the jungle (there are monkeys!) in San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua. @WildJunket