Fourteen luxury hotels in Vietnam that cater to vegan guests

Fourteen luxury hotels in Vietnam that cater to vegan guests

Luxury vegan travel is getting easier. Hotels and resorts now understand that a plant based and vegan diet is not… Read More »

Where to eat in the world’s busiest airport

Where to eat in the world’s busiest airport

Once again, Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International has been named the world’s busiest airport, per the AJC. Over 100 million passengers passed… Read More »

United no longer flies the friendly skies after brutally dragging passenger off flight

United no longer flies the friendly skies after brutally dragging passenger off flight

United Airlines introduced its famous slogan in 1965: “Fly the friendly skies.” The man who led the agency that coined… 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 »

Summer of Love back after 40 years

Summer of Love back after 40 years

Websites are being launched, festivals are being planned and exhibitions are taking place — all to honor the 50th anniversary… 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 »

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 »

The Rising Cost of the Great American Road Trip

The Rising Cost of the Great American Road Trip

Thinking about taking the great American road trip this summer? Be prepared to pay more at the pump as gas… 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 »

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 »

Dreamy Treehouse Hotels

Dreamy Treehouse Hotels

Photo: View of the Pacific from Post Ranch Inn, Big Sur, California. (Flickr/Greg Balzer) The warm summer days of our… 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 »

Malaysia Airlines flight 370 families to fund search for missing aircraft

Malaysia Airlines flight 370 families to fund search for missing aircraft

The families of passengers and crew onboard missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 have launched a campaign to raise money for… Read More »

TSA warns Police about its new airport pat-downs

TSA warns Police about its new airport pat-downs

A universal “comprehensive” search may prompt passenger complaints to law enforcement. The U.S. Transportation Security Administration has declined to say… Read More »

How to Keep Phone Data Private

How to Keep Phone Data Private

PHOTO: Keep your personal information private. (Photo via Flickr/Lea Latumahina) Just because you are a U.S. citizen does not mean… 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 »

How to Experience Mardi Gras in 24 Hours or Less

How to Experience Mardi Gras in 24 Hours or Less

PHOTO: A po‘ boy sandwich is a must when visiting New Orleans for Mardi Gras. (Photo by Worldwide Scott) While… 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 »

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 »

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 »