An Insider's Guide to Travel: News, Tips, Information & Inspiration

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Ask A Concierge: Tips for Your First Time in Prague
Ask A Concierge / Europe

Ask A Concierge: Tips for Your First Time in Prague

Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, is a haven for history lovers, especially for those who love medieval buildings, monuments, and the like. Often referred to as the “Golden… Read More…

Travel Tip: How Worldwide Perceptions Could Impact Travel to the U.S.
Travel News / Travel Tips / USA

Travel Tip: How Worldwide Perceptions Could Impact Travel to the U.S.

The words “travel ban” can have a chilling effect on tourism that goes way beyond any affected country on the list. The economic impact can be substantial whenever there’s a… Read More…

Travel Tip: How Clean is the Air On Board Airplanes?
Travel Tips / Airlines & Airports / Health & Fitness

Travel Tip: How Clean is the Air On Board Airplanes?

For years, whenever I traveled overseas, I was always advised to never drink the water. I was also warned about the quality of the air in airplane cabins. It’s one… Read More…

Travel Tip: The Best & Worst International Airports in the World
Travel Tips / Airlines & Airports

Travel Tip: The Best & Worst International Airports in the World

It’s time to celebrate the best and worst airports around the world. In the latest research study by AirHelp, only one U.S. airport made the top ten best list—Cincinnati. One… Read More…

Image Credit: 	Carlos Adampol Galindo
Travel Tips / Destinations / Halloween

Travel Tip: How You Can Learn About History Through Cemetery Tourism

Ever hear about a destination everyone is dying to get in? With all puns intended, welcome to the grave new world of cemetery tourism. Graveyard tourists, who call themselves taphophiles,… Read More…

Travel Tip: The Best Time to Buy a Plane Ticket
Travel Tips / Airlines & Airports

Travel Tip: The Best Time to Buy a Plane Ticket

It’s a question I’m frequently asked: when is the best time to buy an airline ticket? Until recently, I had a good answer: Midnight on Tuesday nights. Why? Airlines often… Read More…

A Sneak Peek at the New Cruise Ship Silversea Silver Muse
Cruise Travel

A Sneak Peek at the New Cruise Ship Silversea Silver Muse

Shipyards around the world are now operating at 100 percent capacity, building more than 56 different cruise ships of every size and pedigree. What’s the newest luxury ship to sail?… Read More…

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Travel Tips / Passport, Visa & Customs

Travel Tip: What You Should Know About Traveling With a Passport

Do you have a passport? Only 37 percent of Americans own one. Still, 72 million Americans traveled abroad last year. If you’re one of them, then you used your passport…. Read More…

Image Credit: Stephanie Ervin
Travel Tips / Budget Travel

Travel Tip: The Questions You Should Ask Before Booking Anything

When planning your next trip, there are a few essential questions you need to ask before booking anything. The first question involves distance. With gas prices stable—or in some cases… Read More…

Ask A Concierge: Discovering the Piñata District in Los Angeles
Ask A Concierge / California

Ask A Concierge: Discovering the Piñata District in Los Angeles

Like most big cities, Los Angeles is made up of different neighborhoods. There’s Hollywood, Koreatown, the Venice Canals, and even Santee Alley, but there is also a Piñata District. Taking… Read More…

Travel Tip: Pet Apps & Toys You Can Use When You Travel
Travel Tips / Travel with Pets / Apps & Technology

Travel Tip: Pet Apps & Toys You Can Use When You Travel

If you’re a pet owner, determining what to do with your dog becomes a challenge every time you travel. Depending on the size and temperament of your pet, taking the… Read More…

Travel Tip: The Relationship Between Credit Card Companies and Airlines
Travel Tips / Airlines & Airports / Mileage & Reward Programs

Travel Tip: The Relationship Between Credit Card Companies and Airlines

Here’s a little-known fact about the airline business. More and more airlines make more money from frequent flyer program than they do from selling seats. The real cash cow for… Read More…

Hotel With A Past: The Buccaneer in St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands
Caribbean / Hotels With A Past

Hotel With A Past: The Buccaneer in St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands

It’s only ninety square miles, but St. Croix is a world away from most other Caribbean islands. Only 50,000 people live there, but it’s full of history. While visiting, we… Read More…

Travel Tip: Buying Plane Tickets? Why You Should Measure Time vs. Price
Travel Tips / Airlines & Airports

Travel Tip: Buying Plane Tickets? Why You Should Measure Time vs. Price

The next time you’re searching for a flight online, scroll down from top to bottom. You’ll notice the least expensive flights are posted first. However, you need to look at… Read More…

Travel Tip: How You Can Prepare for Your Next Cruise
Travel Tips / Cruise Travel

Travel Tip: How You Can Prepare for Your Next Cruise

If you’re planning a cruise this summer, it pays to plan and pack wisely. I’m someone who believes cruise ship balcony cabins are overrated—and almost always overpriced. Book a middle… Read More…

Travel Tip: What You Should Know About High-Rise Fire Safety
Travel Tips / Hotels & Accommodations / Travel Safety

Travel Tip: What You Should Know About High-Rise Fire Safety

The recent fire tragedy at the Grenfell Tower in London was a powerful wake-up call about high-rise fire safety, whether in a residential building, a hotel, or a resort. I… Read More…

Travel Tip: Despite Outcry, Airline Seat Pitch Continues to Shrink
Travel Tips / Airlines & Airports

Travel Tip: Despite Outcry, Airline Seat Pitch Continues to Shrink

Just when you thought airline seats couldn’t be more crunched together or more narrow, American Airlines announced plans to squeeze the space, or seat pitch, between three rows on its… Read More…

What to Expect if You’re Traveling for the Fourth of July this Weekend
Airlines & Airports / Car Travel / CBS News / Fourth of July

What to Expect if You’re Traveling for the Fourth of July this Weekend

Are you traveling this year for the Fourth of July? AAA estimates that 44.2 million Americans will travel 50 miles or more this weekend, which is 1.25 million more travelers than last… Read More…

Discovering Salinas Valley in California & The History of John Steinbeck
Culinary Travel / California / Culture

Discovering Salinas Valley in California & The History of John Steinbeck

We live in a disconnected age where colors define politics and words like “rural” and “urban” are used to describe who we are. For children of big city parents, the… Read More…