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Veronica Stoddart

Washington, DC
As seen in:  USA Today

Travel editor & content marketing consultant. Former travel editor-in-chief, USA TODAY. 100 countries & counting. I love travel as a force for good in the world

Veronica Stoddart's Biography

Veronica Stoddart is USA TODAY's Editor in Chief for Travel, where she sets policy and oversees a staff of reporters, editors and freelance writers and columnists who produce travel content for the nation's largest newspaper, its travel website, and other digital products, reaching a combined daily audience of 6 million readers.

Previously she was the founding editor of Caribbean Travel & Life magazine, which she edited for 10 ...

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The 10 Most Extravagant Cruise Ship Suites

worthly.com — Enough space to toss a football. On-call butlers to fulfill your every whim. Private whirlpool tubs and exercise rooms. Nothing spells luxury at sea like a sumptuous suite. To identify the most over-the-top, deluxe suites afloat, we turned to Gene Sloan, editor of USA TODAY's Cruise Log and one of the nation's top cruise journalists, who has sailed on more than 100 ships.
Jun 19, 2015

The swankiest suites at sea? @onlyrichest has the definitive list, picked by...hey, that's us! bit.ly/1SvTLhA pic.twitter.com/DhDuaVuWMj

Meet Chef Malcolm Lee

usatoday.com — Chef Malcolm Lee talks about Singapore's traditional Peranakan cuisine with USA TODAY Travel Editor-in-Chief Veronica Stoddart. Singaporean chef Malcolm Lee is on a mission. At his one-and-a-half year-old Candlenut restaurant, he's doing his part to help preserve Singapore's unique Peranakan "grandmother" cuisine.

Live your 'Game of Thrones' fantasy in a rental castle

usatoday.com — Calling all Stark, Tyrell and Lannister wannabes. You can live out your fantasies in real-life rental castles that resemble the five remaining Great Houses in the Seven Kingdoms. Just in time for Season Four of Game of Thrones, which airs on HBO on Sunday, you can rent one of these spectacular estates via HomeAway.com.
Apr 04, 2014

Live your 'Game of Thrones' fantasy in these rental castles. Can't wait for show's return on Sun! usat.ly/1i7dHD5

Apr 04, 2014

Live your 'Game of Thrones' fantasy in a rental castle usat.ly/1i7dHD5 via @usatoday #travel

Apr 06, 2014

RT @indystar: "Game of Thrones" fans: Did you know you can rent castles that resemble the ones on the show? indy.st/1lES8Ot http://t…

Lions and rhinos and zebras, oh my!

usatoday.com — ETOSHA, NAMIBIA -- It's a velvety black night in Etosha National Park as a crowd congregates on a protected rise overlooking the Halali watering hole like worshipers in a cathedral. Eyes riveted on the shimmering pond - lit only by a canopy of stars and strategically placed spotlights - we wait in reverential silence.
Nov 22, 2013

Lions & rhinos & zebras, oh my! Namibia is greatest wildlife recovery story in Africa usat.ly/I7A7K7

Nov 22, 2013

Thnx! RT @WWFnews: 'Lions & rhinos & zebras, oh my!' - @wanderlust13 @USATODAY on Namibia's model conservation story bit.ly/1bYpFzi

Nov 26, 2013

RT @World_Wildlife: "Namibia is one of the few countries in the world where the whole country is involved in conservation" http://t.co/sC9B…

Author Paul Theroux on his final African journey

usatoday.com — Author Paul Theroux. (Photo: Courtesy Houghton Mifflin Harcourt) Author Paul Theroux, known for such travel classics as The Old Patagonian Express, The Great Railway Bazaar, and Dark Star Safari, has spent a lifetime famously chronicling his travels to some of the farthest reaches of the world.
Jun 04, 2013

"Loneliness is a great teacher" - loved @wanderlust13's interview of Paul Theroux about his final African journey @http://usat.ly/198kfzZ

Jun 19, 2013

RT @HMHbooks: Paul Theroux on tourism in Africa, the most surprising countries he's visited, and traveling alone: ow.ly/lmtc8 #a



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