When we think of planning a girlfriend getaway, one of the first destinations that may come to mind is Las Vegas. While it’s sure to be a fun time, there are other destinations just as entertaining and certainly more relaxing. And although Read full post »
The 40th World Heritage Committee met in Istanbul a couple of weeks ago to vote on new sites to receive UNESCO World Heritage designations. The voting didn’t go as smoothly as normal with a lot of other events going on in Istanbul, Read full post »
If visiting Antartica is on your bucket list, it’s likely that you’re going to see the name of the city Ushuaia many times during your research. Ushuaia, Argentina is where many of the ships bound for Antartica depart from. Your trip 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 »
Families traveling on points and miles have several challenges to deal with that solo travelers or couples don’t: There is always the issue of earning and redeeming points for a family when only two people are old enough to get credit cards. Read full post »
Worldwide tourism has increased substantially. More and more people are discovering ways to make their bucket list dreams come true and adding rich travel experiences to their lives. Some destinations are receiving so many visitors, however, that restrictions have been put in Read full post »
Who wouldn’t want to witness the superb competition that will take place during the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro this summer? The Games will be held from August 5-16, 2016, and it consists of 306 events held in 37 venues. The Paralympics will 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 »
While there are still challenges when it comes to freely traveling the world, changes are happening that remove some of those barriers. Regardless of the violent events, complicated and expensive visa requirements, restrictions, and unrest, many positive developments will certainly reduce the Read full post »
My weekend trips don’t always proceed as planned, and my trip to Quito, Ecuador is a recent example of this. Originally, the journey was supposed to begin on a Thursday evening but due to our initial flight being cancelled, choosing to give Read full post »
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