How to avoid paying for a Checked Bag

How to avoid paying for a Checked Bag

Airfare is expensive enough as it is, but the added fees make things worse. Some of the discount airlines (think:… Read More »

Westin Buffalo welcomes its Robot Butler

Westin Buffalo welcomes its Robot Butler

There will assuredly be a day when we travelers treat the news of yet another service robot in the travel… Read More »

Avis Ranked No. 1 for 18th Consecutive Year

Avis Ranked No. 1 for 18th Consecutive Year

Avis Car Rental’s place as one of the best companies in the industry was further cemented when it was announced… Read More »

Anthony Bourdain launching foodie travel site

Anthony Bourdain launching foodie travel site

The 60-year-old chef, author and travel host has been the consummate industry personality for over a decade, filling the void… Read More »

Como hotels in the spotlight

Como hotels in the spotlight

General managers from all 14 hotels and resorts in the Como Group have kicked off the latest awareness campaign for… Read More »

Waldorf Astoria gets a facelift

Waldorf Astoria gets a facelift

First pictures were released last week of how the restored Waldorf Astoria New York will look when the hotel reopens… Read More »

Five Places to Chow Down for Cheap in Washington, DC

Five Places to Chow Down for Cheap in Washington, DC

PHOTO: Fresh and delicious Mexican food comes cheap at District Taco. (photo via Flickr/m01229) Touring Washington, D.C. can get expensive…. Read More »

Why Canada is the perfect destination for Mother’s Day

Why Canada is the perfect destination for Mother’s Day

Celebrate Mother’s Day the luxurious way with a trip to one of three beautiful cities in Canada: Ottawa, Calgary or… Read More »

Austrian Danube’s seven most charming hotels

Austrian Danube’s seven most charming hotels

It has been mostly bikers and river cruisers who explored the Austrian Danube, if only en passant. However, once you figure… Read More »

America’s Budget-Friendly Spring Destinations

America's Budget-Friendly Spring Destinations

Want to go on a vacation but your piggy bank has been squeezed dry? Don’t worry. With a little planning, you… Read More »

Airlines start brewing their own beer

Airlines start brewing their own beer

What’s been missing from your flight? If you said “craft beer”, you’d be right and also be happy to know… Read More »

American to end NYC-to-San Juan Route

American to end NYC-to-San Juan Route

The carrier will end its nonstop flights between New York City’s John F. Kennedy International Airport and San Juan, Puerto… Read More »

Amtrak offering discounts for Cherry Blossom Festival

Amtrak offering discounts for Cherry Blossom Festival

Amtrak is providing travelers with a viable alternative to driving to the National Cherry Blossom Festival between March 15 and… Read More »

New York Ski Resorts to Use 100 Percent Renewable Energy By 2030

New York Ski Resorts to Use 100 Percent Renewable Energy By 2030

PHOTO: Whiteface Mountain and other state-owned ski areas pledge to rely solely on renewable energy. (photo via Flickr/Marco)  New York’s… Read More »

Best Spots for a Beer in Asheville, North Carolina

Best Spots for a Beer in Asheville, North Carolina

Beer drinkers unite and make your way to Asheville, North Carolina as soon as you can. With the most breweries… Read More »

Royal Caribbean to introduce lifeguards to all its cruise ships

Royal Caribbean to introduce lifeguards to all its cruise ships

In an effort to improve onboard water safety, Royal Caribbean will add lifeguards to all of its cruise ships. According… Read More »

Tips from a Travel Agent on Planning a Bucket List Vacation

Tips from a Travel Agent on Planning a Bucket List Vacation

PHOTO: A travel agents planning a vacation with clients. (Photo courtesy of Thinkstock) Use a travel agent “Use a travel… Read More »

Welcome the change of season with Felton Food Festival this March

Welcome the change of season with Felton Food Festival this March

Experience a weekend of authentic country life at the Felton Food Festival. Held annually in March (this year on March… Read More »

World Science Festival returns to Brisbane

World Science Festival returns to Brisbane

Bringing another round of firsts for the sunshine state, the World Science Festival returns to Brisbane bigger and better in… Read More »

The best things to do at Easter 2017 in London

The best things to do at Easter 2017 in London

Come April, and the Easter holidays look at you on your face. So, this year keep the whole family entertained… Read More »

London Games Festival 2017 to beckons avid gamers

London Games Festival 2017 to beckons avid gamers

The London Games Festival 2017 is back with art, culture, business of gaming and nearly 400 games. Returning to the… Read More »

United, Aeromexico To Introduce New U.S. Routes

United, Aeromexico To Introduce New U.S. Routes

PHOTO: United is introducing 13 new routes this summer. (Photo via Flickr/Oliver Holzbauer) In separate announcements, United Airlines and Aeromexico… Read More »

Have you tried on the gastronomic trail in Italy?

Have you tried on the gastronomic trail in Italy?

Cuisine is considered no less than an art in Italy with great chefs attaining mini celeb status. Saying Italians love… Read More »

The World’s Must-See Streets

The World’s Must-See Streets

PHOTO: Champs Elysee, Paris (Photo via Flickr/Nan Palmero) Taking in the world from some of its most iconic streets can… Read More »