I found this perspective on travel safety interesting enough to repost. There are no guarantees in life so trust your gut whenever possible. Remember, millions of people use commercial carriers daily so don’t give your joy to paranoia or fear. (more…)
If you’re planning your next trip around where you want to eat, who better to ask for recommendations than an experienced chef? These 16 toques have dined all over the world, savoring a range of cuisines and even using it for inspiration back in their own kitchens. They gave us the dish on the cities across the globe to visit for the best eats. (more…)
Diving into the frequent flyer game is tricky. Which are the best programs? When should you redeem points? Is loyalty to one airline worth the steep price? But once you’re in the game, the rewards can be rich. Todd Bliwise has been studying these things for years, and has it all figured out. He’ll be sharing his tips and tricks with us in this column, Speed of Flight. Today: 5 frequent flyer myths, debunked. (more…)
Traveling abroad, like any new experience can be fun and exciting but it’s important to educate oneself on common customs and traditions before departing. Here are a few tips to keep in mind before becoming victim to travel taboos.
President Obama is on a historic three-day trip to Alaska to bring awareness to the affects of climate change and the environment. He is the first sitting president to visit the Alaskan Arctic and kicked off his trip Monday with a speech about the growing crisis of global warming. (more…)
I ran across this article in Travel & Leisure and found it a pleasant surprise. Full of useful tips so read on to see if any of these 10-before-you-board strategies can help make your next trip a pleasant one. (more…)
Russell and Kimora Lee Simmons’ fifteen-year-old daughter, Ming Lee Simmons is enjoying life along with family aboard a luxury yacht cruising around Europe. She shared a few pics from her uber-fabulous getaway that would honestly make even the most seasoned traveler green with envy. (more…)