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36 Hours in … Wherever You Are? We’re Turning to Our Readers

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It’s a strange time for everyone. For us at New York Times Travel, we’re asking many existential questions, among them: How do we talk about travel when it’s grinding to a halt?

So we’re asking you to join us in a special experiment. For nearly two decades, we’ve published our weekly 36 Hours column, guiding our readers with packed itineraries for weekends in cities all over the globe.

While traveling for fun is not an option now, we’re inspired by the enduring spirit of discovery, curiosity and creativity.

And that’s where you come in. We’d like to create a special “36 Hours in Wherever You Are” — the first reader-generated column in its long history.

In the form below, write 50 words or so about one thing your fellow Travel readers can do over a weekend wherever they are, and why you’re suggesting it.

Think within the spirit of travel, even if many of us are housebound. It might be:

  • An album or a song playlist

  • A book or movie that transports you

  • A particular recipe you love

  • A podcast episode worth sharing

  • A drawing exercise

  • A religious or spiritual ritual, or a service to take part in

  • Taking a walk around your neighborhood

  • Ways to “travel” without traveling

  • A clever way to virtually connect with family and friends

We will use your single-activity suggestions and compile them into a weekend itinerary, built for and by our readers. Thanks for taking part!



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