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TravelLady.com crowned winner of a Celebrity Blog Award for DAME EDNA’S ROYAL TOUR





Access Magazine says:

This online travel magazine has value for all travelers, boasting more than 800 eclectic travel stories on topics from romancing in Paris to eating in Beijing. Search for articles by destination or special interest; all articles include contact information for the subject locale and its featured attractions. The Travel Forum has a friendly community feel and another stop, the Travel Shop, in convenient touch, links to a site that sells travel accessories. (Jan 2001)
Bottom line: Ideal for planning travel the world over.

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The judges of Best of the Best review hundreds of sites each week that are submitted by Internet users around the world. Many good sites are recommended to them, but only a select few are chosen to receive the special award.

THE TRAVELLADY.COM web site has been reviewed by the panel of independent judges who evaluate sites based on content, graphic design and navigational efficiency. The judges have voted to present travellady.com with the Best of the Best web site award for 1999.

A Best of the Best Award is an honor. We again offer our congratulations.

Winners of the Award become part of the popular Best of the Best web site directory that spotlights web sites who have previously won the award.

I applaud your web site. You certainly deserve this award.

Jonathan M. Thomas, CEO
Best of the Best



The culinary traveler’s Web guide

A food and travel expert shares with U.S. News a list of 11 food-travel Web sites


Martha Hollis is the Traveling Gourmet Editor of The Travel Lady. She is also a professional chef and the international contributing editor for Culinary Trends magazine. Her most recent culinary travels are revealed in The International Breakfast Book (Macmillan, 1997). See her complete bio at The Travel Lady Web site.

The Travel Lady. The richness of the world’s cuisines are expertly revealed under headings such as Gourmet Goodies, Global Cuisine, Culinary Couch Potato, Destinations, and Special Interest. The truth factor is high, especially when the editors–predominantly professional travel-foodies–share travel superlatives as well as warnings.



“Madelyn Miller, a.k.a. The Travel Lady, is an irrepressible, enthusiastic travel writer who loves to laugh, eat, shop and discover new things as she roams, and all of her enthusiasms come through in her Website, TravelLady.com The site recently made the US NEWS AND WORLD REPORT list of best travel and culinary sites on the web.

She and a team of writers contribute to sections such as Global Cuisine, which currently offer such stories as Eating in Beijing, Italian Olive Oil, Swiss Wines, Crete and Seoul Food. It is easy to get around the site, with many cross links, and most of the stories have several good .

You can browse the Destinations section, which is broken down into Europe, Asia, the United States, and other world regions. Stories in the U.S. section cover a wide range, from the Inn at Blackberry Farm in Tennessee to Crawdad Eateries in Louisiana.

Under the Special Interests section there are stories by subject, including Adult Travel, (sexy hotel rooms) Adventure, Cooking Schools, cruises, Healthy Living, Pet Travel, Gardens, Trains, Food and Wine Festivals and other topics. Gadgets and Gizmos covers the best small hair dryers and other gear.”

(January 10, 1999)