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November 6, 2016

Regular city buses let you explore a city and give you insight into its culture in ways that tour buses or even rental cars can’t — and for a lot less money. Embedded in an SFGate article about where residents would like to see new subway lines built in San Francisco (yes, there are folks [&.../ ➝

April 18, 2015

Want to take your Christian religious travel outside the usual European box? Head for Africa. When you think of religious travel for Christians, what destinations come to your mind? Maybe those portions of the Middle East we’ve come to know collectively as the Holy Land? Perhaps Europe, starti.../ ➝

February 8, 2015

Five East African nations are preparing to welcome more visitors than ever before — and they’ve got the attractions to make the journey worthwhile. Before it’s over, 2015 may be remembered as the Year of East Africa where travel and tourism are concerned. At least five East African.../ ➝

December 21, 2014

Mass-market tourism may do great things for a nation's economy, but it also can have a corrosive effect on a nation's culture. .../ ➝

August 31, 2014

Does the ebola virus outbreak make you nervous about visiting West Africa? That still leaves you with a whole continent to explore and treasure. A longstanding, widespread ignorance about Africa in the United States predisposes a lot of would-be visitors to a hysterical view of events on the Mother .../ ➝

May 25, 2014

The good, the bad and the bizarre in the world of travel MAZATLAN MAKES A COMEBACK Three years ago, with reports of cruise passengers and crewmembers alike being mugged and assaulted there, the major cruise lines dropped Mazatlan as a port of call faster than the NBA dropped Donald Sterling. It was .../ ➝

July 7, 2013

The good, the bad and the bizarre in the world of travel THE PERFECT AIRPORT As travelers, we complain a lot about airports, usually for good reason. Too big. Too small. Too crowded. Too much distance between gates. Not enough seats in the departure halls. Not enough electric outlets to charge all o.../ ➝

June 30, 2013

The good, the bad and the bizarre in the world of travel CREDIT FOR TRAVEL If you want to travel, especially internationally, you’ll need some plastic. Plan on bringing a couple of good credit cards, one for general use, the other reserved for emergencies. (And no, I’m sorry, ladies, but.../ ➝

June 23, 2013

The good, the bad and the bizarre in the world of travel VENICE v. THE CRUISE MONSTERS Venice has always been a photographer’s dream, but over the last decade or so, we’ve seen images out of the Italian lagoon city that can’t help but jar you, like the one above — that of mas.../ ➝

June 16, 2013

The good, the bad and the bizarre in the world of travel BOEING v. AIRBUS: IT’S ON Up next, a heavyweight fight over a pair of new lightweight jets. When Airbus successfully debuted its new A350 wide-bodied airliner last week, it effectively threw down a multibillion-dollar challenge to Boeing.../ ➝