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Traveler EIC Pilar Guzman on Never Checking and Dream Vacays

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Pilar Guzman has only been at Condé Nast Traveler for a few months (her first official issue will be March 2014), but she brought to the position a lifetime love of travel; her first job was as a travel writer for Berkeley Guides, which is "like a young person's Fodor's." Racked spoke to Guzman from her perch at 4 Times Square to discuss new travel hotspots, how she manages to never check a bag and about feeling unsafe while traveling.

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