Joe Jonas MY SUMMER TRIP
The singer-who just got back from a European tour-shares personal photos and talks about some of his favorite destinations
GET THE TASTE OF TRAVEL
During a stop in London, Jonas dined at Jamie Oliver’s restaurant Jamie’s Italian. Sample an Italian spread from Oliver’s Pantry Collection. Artichoke Paste, $4.99; williams-sonoma.com
1. PARIS “The Eiffel Tower is so memorable to me,” says Jonas, who’s promoting the single “See No More” from his debut solo album, Fastlife (out Sept. 6). “One time I hiked the entire length-I loved it.”
2. MILAN “The cathedral there is gorgeous,” he says of the Duomo. “Every time I go, I love to sit, have a drink and stare at the landscape.”
3. BERLIN “Berlin is amazing,” says Jonas, who paid a visit to the Berlin Wall (left). “It’s crazy that something like that was a part of this world.”
What’s Your TRAVEL MUST-HAVE?
Stars reveal the things they can’t leave home without
“Gap tank tops!” says the reality star. “I’m a girl of basics, so I travel with as little as possible.” (Ribbed tank, up to $16.50; Pure Body Tank, up to $14.95, at Gap stores or http://www.gap.com)
“I’ve got to have my Brookstone neck pillow,” says the 90210 star. “I am obsessed with it.” ($25, Brookstone.com)
“I can’t stop playing Angry Birds and watching Friday Night Lights,” says the star. “They’re getting me through my plane rides!” (FNL, $34.99 for Season 1 at iTunes, and Angry Birds, up to 99 cents at the App Store.)
“I always carry cans of Doubleshot Starbucks wrapped in plastic,” says the Today host. “It’s the treat I bring my crew.” (6.5 fl. oz. can; $1.99; at Starbucks stores)
“I have glasses that turn into shades in the sun, so I only have to travel with one pair of glasses,” says the SNL star. (NEBB shades, $225 at Moscot.com)
PLAY IN THE SAND!
The cohost of Travel Channel’s Sand Masters digs up some top spots to see sand sculptures that will ‘make you feel like a kid again’
1. SAN DIEGO
The U.S. Open Sandcastle Competition on San Diego’s Imperial Beach is the largest sand showdown in the country. “The competitors are mostly amateurs, so you’ll see lots of castles and mermaids,” says Sand Masters cohost Kirk Rademaker. Date: July 23-24 Info: usopensandcastle.com
“Sculptures can be 7- or 8-ft. tall” at the International Sand Sculpture Competition, says Rademaker. “And they’re all incredibly detailed.” Date: Aug. 20-Sept. 5 Info: pne.ca
3. AMAGANSETT, N.Y.
The Sandcastle Contest has an added perk: It happens in the Hamptons, a summer celeb haven. But even if you don’t spot a star, “looking at the sculptures gets you talking to people of all ages and cultures,” says Rademaker. Date: Aug. 6 Info: ehsandcastle.com