When I was asked to share my best hotel customer service experience ever, it only took me around two seconds to pinpoint my best hotel stay so far. While I’ve stayed at my top tier hotels abroad, my best experience ever actually Read full post »
A lot of people think that travel has to be expensive, but that just isn’t true. Let’s take a look at a breakdown of how you could take a summer trip to Europe for only $1,000. Flights Many people think that flights are going Read full post »
You may not have Brussels, Belgium on your travel bucket list, but it is a city you should definitely visit. No, there isn’t an equivalent of the Eiffel Tower in this compact city, but you’ll still feel the vibe and ambiance of Read full post »
1. Italy With the exception of the mountains, Italy gets absolutely baking hot in August. So much so that most locals take August as their vacation month and leave the heat of Italy behind. If you visit Italy in the summer, expect Read full post »
My weekend stay in Brussels was initially planned to serve as a base for visiting Bruges, Belgium, but situations change and therefore travel plans change. On arrival, a wild thunderstorm with high winds and rain made it difficult for me to even Read full post »
Traveling where the U.S. dollar is relatively strong can make your travels a lot less expensive. Right now the U.S. dollar is pretty strong in general compared to to previous years, but there are still some places that your dollar will stretch Read full post »
There’s no doubt that travel is rewarding, but sometimes there are bad travel experiences along the way. No matter how much or little money you spend on a trip and how well you are prepared ahead of time, you are bound to Read full post »
Visiting Brazil isn’t cheap—airfare, expensive hotels, transportation, and obtaining a visa made the destination pretty much beyond our travel budget. But when Brazil announced that it was waiving visa requirements for U.S. citizens we immediately took it as a sign that it Read full post »
You may want to avoid certain vacation destinations during the summer travel season for obvious reasons. You probably wouldn’t plan a visit to see the Pyramids of Giza in the middle of the Egyptian desert or explore the city of Bangkok, Thailand Read full post »
The Britons have spoken. After 43 years of membership including predecessor organizations, the people of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland have asked their government to leave the European Union in a referendum vote. The vote is arguably the Read full post »
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