Monday, June 24, 2013
Saturday, June 22, 2013
Thursday, June 20, 2013
Popular sailing ships to cruise in tandem: "Sea Cloud Cruises is offering something unusual for sailing fans this fall as its two sailing ships travel in tandem for several days. The Hamburg-based line says the 65-passenger Sea Cloud and 94-passenger Sea Cloud II will sail together around the Canary Islands starting on Nov. 20 in a meet-up "designed so that sails and sailing are at the forefront." The two vessels will meet in Gran Canaria in the Canary Islands and sail together from Tenerife to La Gomera and El Hierro. Passengers on each of the ships will have the chance to tour the other vessel during an "open house" party planned for Nov. 21 in Tenerife."
Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Saturday, June 15, 2013
Thursday, June 13, 2013
Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Cuba Admits Gross is a Pawn - Wall Street Journal - WSJ.com: " . . . In other words, Mr. Gross is a negotiating chip. Ms. Vidal would not say what Cuba wants in exchange for letting him go, but the release of several Cuban intelligence officers convicted in 2001 of spying on the U.S. is likely on the list. Not surprisingly, the three Cuban-American congressmen object to negotiating with the dictatorship and are asking, “What was the purpose and intent” of Ms. Vidal’s trip and “what issues were discussed during her meeting with Ms. Jackson?” In addition, they have asked for an “update” on Mr. Gross’s case, which began in December 2009 when he was arrested by Cuban authorities for having brought satellite telecommunications equipment into the country. The 64 year-old is now serving a 15-year sentence in Havana for his “crime.” For the record, Ms. Vidal also told CNN viewers that Cuba has free elections, political competition and free speech."
Saturday, June 8, 2013
Thursday, June 6, 2013
Canadian businessman goes on trial in Cuban corruption crackdown - Yahoo! News: " . . . The arrests . . . sent shockwaves through Cuba's small foreign business community where the companies involved were among the most visible players. Cuba's state-run media, however, has not yet reported the Yacoubian trial, nor mentioned the arrests and crackdown on foreign trade. . . . In October 2011, police also closed the Havana offices of the British investment and trading firm Coral Capital Group Ltd and arrested chief executive Amado Fakhre, a Lebanese-born British citizen. Two months later police raided the offices of the powerful military-run Tecnotex trading company, taking its Cuban chief executive Fernando Noy away in handcuffs. Coral Capital's chief operating officer, Stephen Purvis, was arrested in March 2012. Purvis is a British citizen. A number of other foreigners and Cubans who worked for the companies remain free but cannot leave the island because they are considered witnesses in the cases.. . ."
Tuesday, June 4, 2013
Saturday, June 1, 2013
The 2013 cruise season began with a nightmare: A Carnival ship adrift with no power. But in the last month or so, several cruise companies — including Carnival — have announced major overhauls to old ships and exciting innovations on new ships, from ...
'Mariner of the Seas' cruises along Indian shores
Hindu Business Line
En route from Dubai, the 138,000-tonne ship with 15 decks, part of the Royal Caribbean International cruise liner, was welcomed by Goan cultural troupe while it docked at the port here on Friday. Deputy Director of Goa Tourism Department, Pamela Maria ...
Hindu Business Line
The legal risk of cruise-ship crime in other countries
More than half of the world's cruise ships are registered in Panama, Liberia and the Bahamas, and Mr O'Connell said that passengers could have their case heard in countries with a poor human rights records and a history of ignoring crimes against women.
A passage to the India of my youth: Echoes of the Raj on a cruise into a...
Voyages to Antiquity (0845 437 9737, www.voyagestoantiquity.com) offers a range of cruises in the Mediterranean, Red Sea and Black Sea this summer. A 13-day cruise on Aegean Odyssey costs from £1,995 per person, including return flights, full board ...
New Star is born in ocean cruising
Viking River Cruises ( vikingrivercruises.com) has taken the river cruise industry by storm as of late, launching 10 of its new Viking Longships in March alone. Now, the company is prepared to conquer a new frontier - ocean cruising. Rebranded as ...
Lakeland Man Declares Full Steam Ahead After 105 Cruises
"From the first cruise I took in 1960, I never dreamed I would see the type of ships they have today, which are literally like floating hotels," he said. Though today's mammoth vessels, outfitted with sophisticated stabilization systems, are not prone ...
Viking Ocean – a new cruise experience | Fox News
Viking River's first sea-going vessels will redefine the concept of cruising.
Thursday, May 30, 2013
If you want to drill down for recent data about such factors as on-time rates, lost baggage and consumer complaints among U.S. carriers, see the U.S. Department of Transportation's Air Travel Consumer Report at http://tinyurl.com/dot-air.
The Seattle Times
I'm The Sucker Who Still Likes Travel Brochures | Gadling.com
By Dave Seminara
I'm a sucker for brochures. It makes no sense to plan one's vacation itinerary, even in part, based on what you see in the flyers.
Ballooning over Cappadocia | Rick Steves European Travel Blog
By Rick Steves
Ballooning over Cappadocia. I've never been big on ballooning. It's expensive, you need to get up really early, and I'm a little bit afraid of the whole thing. Ballooning is popular in France's Loire Valley and in Egypt's Luxor on the Nile, but it's ...
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Travel Luminaries Converge at GBTA Convention 2013 | News ...
By Breaking Travel News
The Global Business Travel Association (GBTA), the voice of the global business travelindustry, today announced the speakers for the 'Luminaries of Travel CEO Panel' to be held on Tuesday, August 6, 2013, during the GBTA Convention ...
Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Following is the full text of the Passenger Bill of Rights, as adopted by CLIA’s members unanimously.
INTERNATIONAL CRUISE LINE PASSENGER BILL OF RIGHTS
The Members of the Cruise Lines International Association are dedicated to the comfort and care of all passengers on oceangoing cruises throughout the world. To fulfill this commitment, our Members have agreed to adopt the following set of passenger rights:
- The right to disembark a docked ship if essential provisions such as food, water, restroom facilities and access to medical care cannot adequately be provided onboard, subject only to the Master’s concern for passenger safety and security and customs and immigration requirements of the port.
- The right to a full refund for a trip that is canceled due to mechanical failures, or a partial refund for voyages that are terminated early due to those failures.
- The right to have available on board ships operating beyond rivers or coastal waters full-time, professional emergency medical attention, as needed until shore side medical care becomes available.
- The right to timely information updates as to any adjustments in the itinerary of the ship in the event of a mechanical failure or emergency, as well as timely updates of the status of efforts to address mechanical failures.
- The right to a ship crew that is properly trained in emergency and evacuation procedures.
- The right to an emergency power source in the case of a main generator failure.
- The right to transportation to the ship’s scheduled port of disembarkation or the passenger’s home city in the event a cruise is terminated early due to mechanical failures.
- The right to lodging if disembarkation and an overnight stay in an unscheduled port are required when a cruise is terminated early due to mechanical failures.
- The right to have included on each cruise line’s website a toll-free phone line that can be used for questions or information concerning any aspect of shipboard operations.
- The right to have this Cruise Line Passenger Bill of Rights published on each line’s website."
Saturday, May 25, 2013
5 budget travel tips you don't know- MSN Money: ""It's a myth that all the available inventory is available on the Internet," says Peter Greenberg, travel editor at CBS News. "We go online because it's easy, but we do so at our own peril if we're looking for a deal.""
Thursday, May 23, 2013
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Saturday, May 18, 2013
Frequent-Flier Miles: Best Airlines for Cashing In - WSJ.com: "Cashing in miles has been a source of long-standing frustration. Some fliers set clocks to request free tickets at midnight 331 days, or about 11 months, before departure—traditionally the moment airlines open a flight for booking—only to find no seats available on popular flights. And airlines have raised the price of award tickets by introducing higher-cost award tiers, reducing availability at the lowest award level."
for more information and detailed chart go to link above and here
Thursday, May 16, 2013
Trey Ratcliff - Japan Photography Tips - YouTube: I did a little behind-the-scenes in Japan recently - this shows how I got a few different shots - more info at http://www.StuckInCustoms.com
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Many Air Passengers Never Turn Off Electronics, Survey Finds - NYTimes.com: "In a study released on Thursday by two industry groups, the Airline Passenger Experience Association and the Consumer Electronics Association, as many as 30 percent of all passengers said they had accidentally left a device on during takeoff or landing. About 67 percent said they had never done this, always ensuring that their electronics were turned off. Four percent were unsure."
Saturday, May 11, 2013
Thursday, May 9, 2013
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Saturday, May 4, 2013
Mont Saint-Michel is a rocky tidal island 247 acres in size, and is a commune in Normandy, France. It is located approximately one kilometre off the country's northwestern coast, at the mouth of the Couesnon River near Avranches. Wikipedia
Thursday, May 2, 2013
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
eCFR — Code of Federal Regulations:
§250.2a Policy regarding denied boarding.
§250.2b Carriers to request volunteers for denied boarding.
§250.3 Boarding priority rules.
§250.5 Amount of denied boarding compensation for passengers denied boarding involuntarily.
§250.6 Exceptions to eligibility for denied boarding compensation.
§250.8 Denied boarding compensation.- (a) Every carrier shall tender to a passenger eligible for denied boarding compensation, on the day and place the denied boarding occurs, except as provided in paragraph (b), cash or an immediately negotiable check for the appropriate amount of compensation provided in § 250.5. (b) Where a carrier arranges, for the passenger's convenience, alternate means of transportation that departs before the payment can be prepared and given to the passenger, tender shall be made by mail or other means within 24 hours after the time the denied boarding occurs.
§250.9 Written explanation of denied boarding compensation and boarding priorities, and verbal notification of denied boarding compensation.
§250.10 Report of passengers denied confirmed space.
§250.11 Public disclosure of deliberate overbooking and boarding procedures.
Saturday, April 27, 2013
A three-bedroom hillside apartment with a pool is on the market for $4.54 million.
A three-bedroom apartment in the Villa Belvedere, a 1920s house overlooking the Mediterranean on the Italian island of Capri, is on the market for $4.54 million (3.5 million euros). A flight of stone steps leads up to the villa from the road.
Thursday, April 25, 2013
Tuesday, April 23, 2013
"...The resort is certainly one of a kind. Spanning 400 hectares, the resort, gaming and entertainment complex will boast some of the world's most famous luxury hotel brands, including Rosewood Hotels & Resorts, Mondrian, and Hyatt Hotels and Resorts, as well as the dazzling new Baha Mar Casino & Hotel, creating more than 2,200 new rooms. Within the hotels, Baha Mar plans to develop 307 highly exclusive, ultra-luxurious residential condominiums and villas available for private ownership. Baha Mar's stunning, new 9,000-square-meter casino will be the largest in the Caribbean and comparable only to the best in Las Vegas. The whole project will create around 8,000 jobs on completion. . . . " (read more at link above)
Saturday, April 20, 2013
Thursday, April 18, 2013
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
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Thursday, April 11, 2013
The Seattle Times (blog)
With seven major lines sailing 10 ships between Seattle and Alaska this year (and more ships sailing out of Vancouver, B.C.), a decision on which trip is the right one hinges on more than price. Not that the bottom line isn't important, but costs can ...
Tuesday, April 9, 2013
Setting Sail Among Myanmar’s Islands of Mystery — Explorer - NYTimes.com: "I arrived on a chaotic pier in the border town of Ranong, Thailand, feeling as if I was about to throw up as I watched three-story fishing boats chug by. I had persuaded my two younger brothers and eight girlfriends to fly across the world and pool a large chunk of money so we could charter a live-aboard boat. The plan was to sail for six days through the Mergui Archipelago, a chain of 800 islands offMyanmar’s coast that’s become the holy grail of sublime, empty beaches. . . . "
Saturday, April 6, 2013
For years, when he prepared for a trip, Richard Hadden either e-mailed his itinerary to himself or printed it out on a card, which he cut to fit inside his shirt pocket. Before that, he says, "I just used pencil and paper." Now, he uses TripIt, a ...read more at link above
Thursday, April 4, 2013
Cruise lines sailing away from Twitter. March 29, 2013 By Special Nodes Leave a Comment. NB: This is a guest article by Jamie Riddell, creator of social media insight company Birdsong. After seeing solid use of Facebook by cruise lines for ...
Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Whether you're a seasoned sailor or nautical newbie, you're sure to discover something new and exciting on our Greek sailing trips. Combine routes for the ...read more at link below--
Saturday, March 30, 2013
Why Google is pulling the plug on Frommer's - Fortune Tech: " Spotting a tourist used to be easy. Just look for someone toting around a travel guide. Today, vacationers are organizing their trips entirely online. All they need to carry with them is a smartphone to occasionally look up tourist attractions and navigate around town. Travel guide publishers are in upheaval amid this new reality. Sales of guidebooks are down sharply as people instead turn to sites like TripAdvisor for hotel and restaurant reviews. The industry's decline was hammered home recently with two big developments. . . .word that Google (GOOG) planned to kill the print edition of Frommer's, the travel guide giant it acquired last year. Google declined to comment, although Skift, a travel news site, reported that Google's editors had already broken the news to authors of some upcoming titles. Frommer's has long been a Bible for globetrotters, and its extinction in print, at least, would be a big loss for the travel guide industry. Google could continue to publish digital books under the Frommer's name and keep Frommer's website alive, however. The second development, the BBC's sale of Lonely Planet, happened earlier this month. The British broadcaster disclosed plans to sell the guide-book publisher for $78 million, far less than the nearly $200 million it had originally paid. . . . " (read more at link above)
Thursday, March 28, 2013
Insider Guide: Best of Chicago | CNN Travel: "Unlike New York and Los Angeles, luxury hotels in downtown Chicago are generally cheaper (if not cheap), which means that mid-range rooms are even more of a bargain. Built in 1926, the Ambassador East Hotel and its legendary Pump Room entertained the likes of Frank Sinatra and Judy Garland until it faded from the limelight. Then in 2010, hotel developer (and Studio 54 cofounder) Ian Schrager bought the building and poured $35 million into its renovation. . . ." (read more at link above)
Tuesday, March 26, 2013
No matter what type of traveler you are, there is a Caribbean island for you. Bringing the fam? Get that snorkel gear on. Looking to escape? No one will find you ...read more at www.fodors.com/news/best-caribbean-islands-trips-6577.html
5 Things You Didn't Know You Could Do in The Caribbean
Saturday, March 23, 2013
Broward Net Online (press release)
“We are honored that Princess Cruises has once again selected Port Everglades to homeport the line's newest and most sophisticated cruiseship, Royal Princess,” says Port Everglades Chief Executive & Port Director Steven Cernak. “Princess has a long, ...
Broward Net Online (press release)
Carnival cruise line in more troubled waters
In yet another setback for the cruise line, the Carnival Legend is having technical difficulties that are affecting its sailing speed. It's the latest in a growing list of woes for the travel company. Will Carnival keep its customers? The Legend was on ...
Thursday, March 21, 2013
Travel Tips Video Tips from a Travel Specialist, England Edition Condé Nast Traveler In this week's edition of tips from our Top Travel Specialists Collection, we put England specialist Jane McCrum in the spotlight. McCrum's strength is her personal connections—primarily with members of the aristocracy who open up their personal homes ...
Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Saturday, March 16, 2013
Cruise industry insiders say that in the weeks after the Carnival Triumph debacle made news, cruise sales have remained strong, prices have remained steady, ...
Royal Caribbean Vision norovirus: Cruise returns to Port Everglades ...
Royal Caribbean Vision norovirus: Cruise returns to Port Everglades after over 100 norovirus ...
The Seattle Times
How do you know if hotels have gone too far with fees? When Jay Sorensen complains about them. Sorensen runs a Wisconsin consulting firm focused on helping travelcompanies generate money through surcharges and is a self-described “fee advocate.
Moments of Serendipitous Travel Bliss In Nicaragua
His grandmother's name was Maria Auxiliadova Mairena. After chatting with them, I went back to sit with my family and realized that those kind of moments of serendipitous bliss, bordering on rapture, are why I love to travel. I knew I'd never forget ...
Thursday, March 14, 2013
Moments of Serendipitous Travel Bliss In Nicaragua | Gadling.com
By Dave Seminara
I was sitting on the Che Guevara ferry, which was bouncing over choppy waters in Lake Cocibolca on the way back from Ometepe island in.
As You Travel, Making Money Work for You - NYTimes.com
The travel blogger known as Nomadic Matt offers tips on setting a daily travel budget, choosing the right credit cards and avoiding transaction fees abroad.
Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Considered by many as the SXSW of cruise travel, Cruise Shipping Miami is an annual mega-convention that starts Monday in Miami, Florida. On hand will be cruise line executives and travel experts participating in panel discussions during the four-day ...
Room availability in national park lodges is frequently in short supply, especially during the busy summer season. Overall, the number of rooms in America's national-park lodges has remained essentially unchanged for decades. An increasing number of ...
The sequester may ultimately cause travel delays at U.S. airports, but the first weekday after the government's March 1 sequestration deadline proved pretty ...
Saturday, March 9, 2013
Thursday, March 7, 2013
"Whether your particular brand of travel involves hiking, paddling, or sampling fine foods from another culture, this year's new crop of adventures is sure to get ...Wild and scenic Chetco River - This year, Oregon-based Northwest Rafting Company has secured the first commercial permit in a decade for rafting trips down southern Oregon's wild Chetco River. Not for the faint of heart, the Chetco is a Class IV river with "epic" rapids. But this trip is about more than an adrenaline rush: Think crystal-clear pools for swimming, scenic canyon hikes, and the absolute tranquility of a remote and virtually unvisited river. If you're serious about rafting, this new-for-2013 trip may be a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Offered By: Northwest Rafting Company When: June 2013 Length: 5 days Price: $1,495 . . . "
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Billionaire unveils new 'Titanic II' cruise ship design
Australian billionaire Clive Palmer unveiled design plans Tuesday for construction of Titanic II, a cruise ship designed as a 'full-scale recreation' of the Titanic.
How To Travel Alone On A Cruise? - Yahoo! Answers
Norwegian has a LIMITED number of cabins for one otherwise, you will pay anywhere from 150-200% of the listed price, less port fees and taxes, ...
Cruise With Wendy to Learn Travel Secrets—and Maybe Win Free ...
Decadent deal: Join our Wendy Perrin on a luxurious yet affordable Panama Canalcruise and you could win a free iPad Mini, a $50 iTunes gift card, and $200 ...
Travel insurance: Don't cruise without it? - Jennifer Waters's ...
How to find a travel insurance policy that will protect your health and pocketbook.
Saturday, March 2, 2013
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Thursday, February 28, 2013
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Fox News Latino
Though it's been making more appearances in travel magazines lately, Nicaragua remains one of Central America's less-visited destinations. Overshadowed by Costa Rica, which has a far bigger budget to invest in marketing to the North American market,...
Travel deals that seem too good to be true
All right welcome back it's one of my favorite segments -- -- and -- wintertime blues right now you're cold I'm all stuffed up you want a nice vacation right you think it's too expensive and out of reach for you not anymore Courtney Scott. As a senior ...
How The Filthy Rich Really Travel
As part of a $2.5 million, two-week birthday romp through southern France that a Los Angeles man threw for his wife and 30 of her friends, 20 vintage cars from all over Europe were imported to Provence for a road rally through the Bandol wine region.
Saturday, February 23, 2013
A legal cloud that's been hovering over the Wikimedia Foundation's travel site, Wikivoyage, has lifted. The Foundation and Internet Brands announced Friday that a lawsuit between the two has been settled. Under the agreement, Internet Brands will not...
Tips if you're considering travel insurance
If you're thinking about purchasing travel insurance, here are a few things you need to know, said Chris Harvey, co-founder and CEO of the website squaremouth.com, which provides comparisons of different travel insurance plans. “There are a number of ...
Cuban dissident blogger starts world tour
Sanchez is one of Cuba's most prominent dissidents, though her blog is not widely followed on the island. Whether authorities would allow her to go abroad was seen as a key test of the travel law, one of the most significant reforms of President Raul ...
Thursday, February 21, 2013
Voted one of the "World's Best Cruise Lines" by the readers of Conde Nast Traveler, Uniworld is a boutique cruise line that specializes in river cruises. Uniworld sails to some of the world's most picturesque destinations, docking in the heart of ...
Photo travel essay: Traveling though Europe by train
Travel columnist Jill Schensul's recent trip to Austria, Hungary, Slovakia and France included some of the current trends in European train travel: visiting not just big cities, but off-the-beaten-path ones; and stopping off at several Austrian cities ...
Travel Writer Hitchhiking on GA to all 50 States
Hi everyone! I am a travel writer who is "hitching" rides on general aviation planes across the US in an effort to visit all 50 states. I began in July 2012 and visited Oshkosh right off the bat. Since the, I've been to 19 states on 26 different planes ...
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Business travel is back to pre-recession levels, but road warriors can expect less legroom than before.
Private Moon Travel Startup Launches Crowdfunding Campaign...
A new firm called Golden Spike aims to launch private manned moon expeditions , and it's ...
Weary passengers head home after stinky Carnival cruise | Reuters: "Thousands of passengers who spent five days stuck on a stinking cruise ship in the Gulf of Mexico headed home on Friday by bus, plane or car, and relished the chance for a warm shower and working toilets after finally arriving back on land. . . . Carnival Corp shares closed down 11 cents at $37.35 in trading on Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange. The company canceled 14 upcoming Triumph voyages that were scheduled through mid-April. The Triumph is a Bahamian-flagged vessel, and the Bahamas Maritime Authority will be the primary agency investigating the cause of the engine room fire. Earlier this month, Carnival repaired an electrical problem on one of the Triumph's alternators. The company said there was no evidence of any connection between the repair and the fire. For all the passengers' grievances, they will likely find it difficult to sue the cruise operator for any damages, legal analysts said. Over the years, the cruise industry has put in place a legal structure that shields operators from big-money lawsuits."
Saturday, February 16, 2013
Thursday, February 14, 2013
Explore the Grand Canyon with Google Maps
Google Maps is releasing panoramic imagery of one of the world's most spectacular national monuments: the Grand Canyon. These Street View images cover more than 75 miles of trails and surrounding roads, making our map of this area even more comprehensive, accurate and easy to use than ever before.
Take a walk down the narrow trails and exposed paths of the Grand Canyon: hike down the famous Bright Angel Trail, gaze out at the mighty Colorado River, and explore scenic overlooks in full 360-degrees. You'll be happy you're virtually hiking once you get to the steep inclines of the South Kaibab Trail. And rather than drive a couple hours to see the nearby Meteor Crater, a click of your mouse or tap of your finger will transport you to the rim of this otherworldly site.
Explore these images at maps.google.com/grandcanyon
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
"I have never bought travel insurance in my life because instinct has always told me that it’s a bad deal. I rarely pay for hotel rooms, tours or rental cars in advance. I don’t pack designer clothing in my checked luggage. I’m generally healthy, and I have medical insurance that covers me abroad. (It claims to, at least.) But instinct is a poor way to make decisions about insurance. So with a three-week trip to Asia approaching, I finally decided to figure out whether I should be traveling with insurance, and, in general, when it is smart to have it and when is it unnecessary. Travelers tend to buy insurance if they are more at risk or more likely than the average policyholder to make a claim. In economics that’s called “adverse selection” — but it’s adverse only for the insurance companies. For consumers, it’s just smart. Imagine two people looking at a $100 insurance policy for a two-week trip: one is a 65-year-old heading to India, where he plans to rent a scooter, eat street food and sleep in already-reserved five-star hotels every night. The other is a 30-year-old going to London, planning to crash at a friend’s apartment and buy discount theater tickets every night. It’s pretty clear who should buy insurance. . . ." Read full article at http://frugaltraveler.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/01/29/should-you-buy-travel-insurance/?smid=pl-share
Saturday, February 9, 2013
By Travel + Leisure
Spin the globe, and you're bound to land by one of the top romantic islands. From the Mediterranean to the Indian Ocean, they share the powerful ingredient of fantasy.
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Thursday, February 7, 2013
Travel Spending: 6 Myths That Cost You Money | TIME.com
Plenty of so-called conventional wisdom isn't really wisdom, especially when it comes totravel spending. The myth: Book your plane ticket as far ahead as ...
The Best Travel Pillows: Desperately Seeking Slumber - WSJ.com
On long-haul flights, an unconventional travel pillow can be the key to avoiding a pain in the neck.
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
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