Hold on to the Handrails My wife and I were just in Cambodia, where we stayed at a lovely hotel. It was mostly very nice, but irresponsibly, it had tile stairs without sandpaper strips—so when it rained, as it did a lot while we were there, the stairs turned into real hazards.
Top of the Stillhouse at Maker’s Mark Distillery Back in March, I hopped on a plane bound for Louisville, Kentucky.
Fill Out the Back Side of the Mexico Immigration Form I just returned from Mexico for the first time in years (I attended the TBEX Cancun conference and stayed at an all-inclusive resort, which I really liked).
I tend to be skeptical I’m going to find anything of interest in most quaint tourist towns. So many frozen yogurt and knick knack shops.
Hangin’ with the Minions I was recently asked to cover the new Despicable Me Minion Mayhem ride at Universal Studios Hollywood.
This week’s travel contests include: Win 140,000 HawaiianMiles plus two-night stays at The Royal Hawaiian AND Moana Surfrider!
THE TOP 10 IN TRAVEL NEWS THIS WEEK: Stay Away From Chicago Airports (for Now) The Air France Pilot Strike Ends With Absolutely Nothing Resolved Airbus to help develop first supersonic business jet American Airlines to honor its predecessors, CEO says American Drops their El Al Partnership November 1 Southwest will use biofuel for SF flights in 2016 LAX speeds up customs process with passport scanners Delta Gives Employees a Raise and Early Profit Sharing European airlines can allow you to keep talking on your cell phone even after takeoff.
Last month, my wife and I got invited to Southeast Asia thanks to Anantara Hotels, Resorts & Spas and British Airways.
Are you an aviation lover like me? If so, I bet you’ll love these Airportag airport throw pillows (and tote bags and mugs) that use IATA codes—the three-letter codes that designate many airports around the world as defined by the International Air Transport Association—as the main design element.
One of my money-saving tricks I like to apply when flying to Europe is to fly Icelandair via (Reykjavik) Keflavik airport.
Great news! Chase just announced that their Ink® Plus Business Card comes with 70,000 bonus points after you spend $5,000 on purchases in the first three months from account opening!
Scan Receipts or Documents on the Road Ever need to scan documents when you’re not near a fax, printer, scanner, or business center?
My wife’s good friend and former colleague Jennifer is the co-creator of a new digital travel magazine: Travel & Style.
How long is the security checkpoint line at the airport? Every traveler wants and needs to know. MiFlight tells you.
Want to know how to travel in style, just like the pros? We check in with frequent fliers to find out how often they fly, their favorite destinations and what they never leave home without.
Stay Away From Chicago Airports (for Now) The FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) said today that it will take up to two weeks for them to fully restore operations in Chicago after Friday’s air traffic control center fire.
Last week I spoke at the Florida Governor’s Conference on Tourism at the Boca Raton Resort & Club. The entrance was so beautiful; when I pulled up, I snapped a photo, then posted it on my Facebook page, asking my friends and followers to guess the hotel.
Insurance is one of those things I get asked about a lot. So many people are unsure about insurance, whether they really need it, whether it’s a waste of money and whether it’s worth the risk of traveling without it.
Ah, vacations! Is there anything better? Have you ever caught yourself daydreaming about being anywhere but at work or imagined yourself on a beach sipping an umbrella drink instead of focusing on the task at hand?
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