One of the biggest obstacles to seeing many of the wonders of the world is that they are usually quite crowded. That was definitely not the case during our trips to these bucket list destinations because most travelers are just not rushing Read full post »
Did you know that it is possible to hold two US Passports at the same time? This isn’t something that just everyone can do, but for specific reasons, it is possible to have a second passport. Generally, if you don’t travel internationally Read full post »
My younger brothers and I are headed to Abu Dhabi and Tokyo later this month, and while we have a few activities planned (Ferrari World, Grand Mosque, Tokyo Disney, and lots of sushi), we have plenty of additional time where we can Read full post »
When I’m writing, I tend to keep one Facebook window active so I can use the MyVegas game on Facebook. Although it is a quick and easy distraction when I need a five-minute break from wading through stories every day, it is Read full post »
The city of Hong Kong hosts an incredible variety of things to do. On past visits, I’ve gone to the top of Victoria Peak on the tram, ventured over to the Stanley Market, taken a modest boat ride through the harbors of Read full post »
Even when using points and miles to cover the majority of costs related to travel, it is still important to consider the cost of the trip that has to be covered with cash. When looking at those of us that like to Read full post »
Each airline has different rules as to how you are able to route your flights when booking awards with miles. American Airlines has fairly strict rules regarding which zones you are able to route through on awards to other zones, but awards Read full post »
If you’re a fan of Hilton, this last month has been amazing—with increased credit card signup bonuses that are available across both Citibank and American Express. These two companies have two different Hilton co-branded credit card products—one with a fee and one Read full post »
In an article one year ago, I speculated about the carriers that may be the best suited to handle the wave of passenger traffic inevitably heading to Havana and all points across the island. Now that we know all four major American Read full post »
Although I’ve personally visited Mexico City several times, my most recent weekend adventure there was my traveling companion’s first visit to the city and her first international trip ever. Therefore, the focus of our activities was to see everything that we could Read full post »
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