Kerri Westenberg

Travel editor
Phone: 612-673-4282
Kerri Westenberg is the Travel editor. She writes stories about destinations and consumer travel issues. She has globe-trotted for National Geographic and other magazines and now zips around the region, on the lookout for travel news you can use.

Recent content from Kerri Westenberg

When storms cause deluge of flight disruptions

The effects of Hurricane Sandy will be felt for a long time, and not just on the ravaged ground -- also in the air. Flights to the East Coast will be packed, as airlines accommodate fliers who had been scheduled on the more than 16,000 flights canceled because of last week's storm.

Updated: November 03, 2012, - 03:58 PM

Queen returns to the river

The American Queen steamboat is back on the mighty Mississippi, offering cruises and a dose of nostalgia.

Updated: October 13, 2012, - 03:40 PM

FICTION: "It's Fine By Me," by Per Petterson.

Life through the eyes of a young Norwegian boy, after his mother leaves his father and moves to Oslo.

Updated: September 29, 2012, - 03:29 PM

From the Travel Desk: Restaurants that impress as much as autumn leaves

I sat at the table altering my gaze between the food on my plate and the view out the window....

Updated: September 22, 2012, - 04:45 PM

From the Travel Desk: Where to go next?

As the Travel editor, I sometimes get to play travel agent (sort of), when readers ask me where they should...

Updated: September 15, 2012, - 02:23 PM

Bluff Country hues

A trip to Winona last autumn turned up touches of color in the treetops and beyond.

Updated: September 10, 2012, - 08:35 AM

New state park in the making

Pristine land on the southeastern shore of Lake Vermilion, near Ely, takes shape as Minnesota's newest state park.

Updated: September 03, 2012, - 05:40 PM

Worried about tiny stowaways on Amtrak train

"Will I get bed bugs on a sleeper car when I'm on the Empire Builder?" a reader recently asked. I...

Updated: September 01, 2012, - 12:54 PM

From the Travel Desk: Passing of time in a timeless spot

I am the kind of person who happily returns to a truly great book. (I've read "Anna Karenina" two times,...

Updated: August 25, 2012, - 10:54 AM

Pipestone: Tradition, beauty in rare rock

On the outskirts of the humble county seat of Pipestone, in the southwest corner of Minnesota, lies an unusual plot of land called the Pipestone National Monument.

Updated: August 11, 2012, - 04:18 PM

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