Christopher Reynolds

Travel writer, LA Times

Travel writer for the LA Times

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This holiday season is being rocked by a global supply chain crunch and rising prices. So instead of buying a  physical gift, turn toward experiences.

Give experiences this holiday: city bike tour, hot air balloon ride, bungee jumping

This holiday season is being rocked by a global supply chain crunch and rising prices. So instead of buying a physical gift, turn toward experiences.

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For many people, leaving their enclave in sunny SoCal for Europe is totally out of reach.

Greece, the UK, Germany, Italy all right in your backyard

For many people, leaving their enclave in sunny SoCal for Europe is totally out of reach.

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