We are apologize for the inconvenience but you need to download
more modern browser in order to be able to browse our page

Download Safari
Download Safari
Download Chrome
Download Chrome
Download Firefox
Download Firefox
Download IE 10+
Download IE 10+

November 8, 2016

Second in a series Twenty-four hours of planes, trains and automobiles en route to West Africa. 06 NOV — OGO By far, the highlight of my weekend in New York City was my reunion with my friend, Ogo, of Senegal. We met five years ago when he graciously included me in his group going to [….../ ➝

February 10, 2013

The good, the bad and the bizarre in the world of travel Wishing peace, health and prosperity to our IBIT friends in China and Chinatowns around the world as they ring in the Year of the Snake on this Lunar New Year. EAT, DRINK AND GO TRAVEL Every so often, I go back through old […].../ ➝

February 3, 2013

The good, the bad and the bizarre in the world of travel When you’ve finished overdosing on Super Bowl hype, chips and dip, come refresh your mind with a peek at what’s happening in the world of travel PRICELINE+KAYAK=? We are soon to find out, because according to Travel Weekly, the Fed.../ ➝

September 18, 2011

A roundup of the good, the bad and the bizarre from the world’s best travel media COOL SAVINGS IN the NOLA When it comes to travel, summer is the best of times and the worst of times for New Orleans. A typical summer weather forecast calls for 99 degrees with 99 percent humidity, which will [&.../ ➝

November 30, 2010

One of an occasional series The aspects of rail travel that make it a vastly more pleasant experience than airlines begin before you board. In one of her columns, Benét Wilson, our Aviation Queen, described her vision of the perfect airport, so I tweeted a question out to the IBIT family: “Wh.../ ➝

December 17, 2009

Another reason to love trains far more than flying: Train stations. This is where you catch Metrolink commuter trains and two of Amtrak’s long-distance runners — the Coast Starlight, that runs daily from Los Angeles to Seattle, and the Sunset Limited, that runs across the southwestern de.../ ➝

June 12, 2009

Hi. My name is Greg, and I am an addict. I was five years old when travel became my drug of choice. My first taste of travel came aboard the Sunset Limited bound from New Orleans to Los Angeles. Back in the 1950s, air travel was the domain of propeller-driven airplanes and the dressy well-to-do. [&h.../ ➝