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April 26, 2014

The world’s nations open their Washington DC embassies to the public on consecutive Saturdays. If you’re pondering your first international trip, there’s no better way to start your research. I’ve already told you about the Around the World Embassy Tour scheduled for Saturday.../ ➝

April 24, 2014

Some of Africa’s top fashion designers will be showing off their fall lines a long way from home, in Malaysia. The only thing I know about fashion is that it has something to do with clothes. Seriously, I know nothing. So why am I fantasizing about going to a fashion show on the other side [&h.../ ➝

April 23, 2014

As cruise ships grow ever larger and more complex, safety becomes even more paramount. Don’t take yours for granted. If you’ve ever taken a cruise, you know “the drill.” It used to be known as a lifeboat drill, later a safety drill. These days, cruise lines often call it a &#.../ ➝

April 21, 2014

American Airlines tries to tempt travelers with some temporarily lower fares on the last of its spring flights in the continental United States. The folks at Smarter Travel are reporting that American Airlines is offering sale fares this week on 2,600 routes across the United States. I’m not g.../ ➝

April 19, 2014

Families around the world increasingly are welcoming foreigners into their homes to share their cuisine and their culture. You could be one of them. If you want to do more than just see the sights in a different part of the world, you’ve got to be able to connect in a meaningful way with the [.../ ➝

April 18, 2014

CheapAir.com will now let you make reservations on Amtrak, a clear sign that the travel industry is recognizing consumers’ frustrations with air travel. It’s one thing for Amtrak to let you reserve seats on its own Web site. But when an aggregator that deals with multiple airlines now sa.../ ➝

April 16, 2014

The latest abuse of a traveler by federal airport security may have you wondering if things will ever get better. The answer is not encouraging. This time, it’s a woman, left mute by a stroke, denied boarding by a TSA inspector at Los Angeles International Airport for a flight to Phoenix. Why?.../ ➝

April 14, 2014

[portfolio_slideshow id=419733] While the world’s largest river cruise outfit considers offering cruises on the largest US river, one small-ship operator is already doing it. Chicago to New Orleans, anyone? Last fall, I told you that Viking River Cruises was exploring the idea of offering crui.../ ➝

April 12, 2014

Austria is relatively new to high-speed rail and theirs is not the fastest, but from the look of their Railjet express train, they’re doing a lot of things right. As an unapologetic fan of rail travel, especially the high-speed variety now common across Europe and much of Asia, I’m alway.../ ➝

April 10, 2014

Four months after a US family is robbed at gunpoint and shot at on Roatán Island, a cruise ship crewman is shot to death in the same place. A crewmember of the Norwegian Pearl has been shot and killed in Honduras during a robbery attempt. According to media reports, was gunned at the port of [&hell.../ ➝