Stefan (of RapidTravelChai) is both a travel expert – having been to every country in the world, except Syria, and because of his deep and extensive travels, he’s one of
This is fulfilling my idea of a map where you can look at a country or area and instantly see great travel recommendations. I think this is so useful for
Yes, I’m tagging on to the biggest Southwest news of the day, perhaps even the week. Southwest goes to Hawaii and flights are now bookable! But, don’t get too excited
Three years ago I did a Camp Mom solo trip to Provence/Cote D’Azur. While researching that trip I found an amazing website: HIP Escapes (Referral link). Simply put, HIP Escapes..
Greetings from Paris! Or more specifically, Marne-la-Valee, the suburb where Disneyland Paris is located. I am here with Deal Girl in the middle of January to answer the burning..
Happy New Year! If you’re like me, you’re using the calendar turn as a kick start to nailing down 2019 travel plans. Due to, well, life, I’m way behind where
I usually subscribe to the DIY Shore Excursion philosophy on cruise ships. However, we decided to test an alternative way to approach Shore Excursions during a 10 day cruise on
Perhaps this is more #avgeek than anything, but I’m always curious about interesting flights and “lines” (one of the basis of the Dots, Lines, and Destinations podcast). Perhaps ..
So you’ve no doubt enjoyed a local restaurant during Restaurant Week in your local city. But have you heard that October is Airport Restaurant Month? Even better, you have more
This past summer, I flew around the world with 3 friends, it was a true #avgeek bachelor party. We hit 5 continents, and racked up 40,000 miles flown. You can
We recently decided to meet up with the UK contingent of our family for a short reunion, but needed a location that was mutually acceptable for all parties. Winchester is
I’m just back from Soave Italy via Des Moines, Iowa. (I know.) I’m also just off my most miserable hotel stay in a long time.To be fair, the problem had
I recently partnered with Moon Guides as one of their first family travel ambassadors. It is a natural fit as my travel style matches the Moon philosophy of independent travel
I’m headed to New York City this weekend on a last minute trip. I am not sure what Deal Girl and I will do, but I know one thing we won’t
Update: It’s rare that a post becomes obsolete a week after writing it. Marriott released its new rewards chart and doubled/tripled the price of this hotel to 25K Marriott points
I recently came across a new luxury content site for the ultra rich called Penta, that’s part of Barron’s,. They’ve covered some interesting things in the past like a piece
For some reason, 2018 has been super busy for me. But, even with that, I’m still able to catch up with Joe of As The Joe Flies and chat travel
You guys know I’m a huge fan of vacation rentals. From saving on food to 2 TVs to that all important closing door I recently mentioned it’s hard for me to
The ever-popular “where to travel before you have a kid” proclamations trigger the contrarian in me. Flight duration, travel risk, and frankly “how much fun you will miss out on
Today’s post is written by Caleb Parsons of Kids Travel Japan. I follow Caleb on Instagram and enjoy his tales of living as an American with a Japanese family. I thought
Researching ports of call and finding the best excursions for you can save quite a bit of money and time in port. However, booking excursions on your own can be
Gary Leff asks the question, is Priority Pass killing airport lounges? Its a reasonable post that highlights over lounge overcrowding, varying levels of quality and amenities. Ho..
A couple of weekends ago, my wife and I flew down to Orlando to take my parents to Epcot for the day. What we found, was something I had an