The biggest news this week is the Electronics Ban that requires passengers flying from 8 countries to stow any electronics larger than a smartphone in their checked bags. It has
I was chatting with a friend recently who is planning his family’s first trip to Disney World. He started asking me questions that made me realize he didn’t yet know
This post is for the truly clueless; those of us that have heard about but never experienced the wonderful world of Disney. The last time I visited Magic Kingdom, I
I love a good travel survey and this week Traveling Mom partnered with Vacatia to find out how 700+ families do Spring Break. The answers are definitely illuminating. They also
If you’ve been around the blogosphere you already know American Express rolled out “enhancements” to their Platinum cards recently. In summary, they amount to a big pile of poop..
The Centara Grand Hua Hin, my single favorite hotel stay- and one you’ll miss because of the status trap.Do you have one hotel that stays with you no matter where
I recently flew to Hong Kong on an American Airlines flight leaving Dallas-Fort Worth in late afternoon, and arriving into Hong Kong in the evening. We were served a full
I’m not traveling this year as much as I have in past years. The big reason is that I have less vacation time than I have had in the past.
Everyone wants to travel; as they should. Travel is the greatest education that anyone could get. But there are a number of travel myths that I feel like we should
Joe just put up a good post about the compromises involved with family travel. He writes:
Compromise 6: More domestic, less internationalOur final compromise cuts me the deepest..
A few weeks ago, my wife and I had the opportunity to visit the United Polaris Lounge in Chicago. We were flying on an award ticket from Liberia, Costa Rica,
After reading all 58 posts on the new batch of Pointbreaks, you probably feel like you know all you need to about IHG. You probably have similar sentiments regarding Hilton,
One of the many hidden alcove pools at the Ritz-Carlton Tenerife, now bookable via both Starwood and Marriott points.The only constant in travel hacking is change. In the hotel p..
Let’s talk about Travel. Not Politics. Travel blogs shouldn’t be discussing political matters because it upsets readers who read the blog for Travel related reasons. And if thos..
First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out—
Because I was not a Socialist.Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak out—
Welcome to my Lessons learned from remodeling journal. I thought it would be fun and instructive to share our remodeling journey week by week. I hope you can learn from
Chase’s Ink credit cards offer primary collision insurance, but many folks forget to tell you that the rental is primary for business purposes.
Auto Rental Collision Damage Wa..
Disclaimer: This is a non-political political post. My personal leanings are both red and blue (blue social, red economic). I have an ideological point to convey but it’s neithe..
I’m taking a break from remodeling to think about our Camp Mom coming up this summer. We’re visiting South America in July and will fly into and out of Santiago. We
Fortune Cookie Wisdom.
Happy New Year!Bloggers navel gaze by nature-heck I’m documenting our home remodel week by week. But there’s something super-indulgent about year in revie..
This is a selfish post, I’ll state that first and foremost. Not because this is a brag post. Really, this is a Thank You post. You see, My Year of
I talk all the time about the benefits of having traveling kids. There are many, to be sure- tolerance, confidence and self-reliance spring to mind. The best benefit traveling kids
Weekend in Taipei: Introduction
Review: Eva Air 777-300ER Houston to Taipei
Review: Grand Hyatt Taipei
Weekend in Taipei: Touring Taipei
Weekend in Taipei: Taipei’s Taoyuan Inte..