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April 9, 2017

If you want to see the world, it’s not enough just to keep tabs on airfares. You also need a grasp on costs in your destination country, because that’s going to determine how long your travel budget lasts. And that budget can start taking hits before you even get out of the airport. Yo.../ ➝

April 2, 2016

The right choice of port to begin or end your cruise can give you two vacations for the time and cost of one. Even if you’ve never left sight of land in your life, you already know that all cruise ships are not created equal. Well, neither are all cruise ports. At some port cities, […].../ ➝

February 19, 2015

A trip to find the world’s first fully Christian lands could take you places you might never expect. Like Africa. If I say “religious travel,” what destinations come to your mind? Virtually every religion has its own “holy land,” sacred sites on sacred ground that is th.../ ➝

January 31, 2015

We travelers love the world’s great destinations, but too often, we don’t respect them — and we’re killing a lot of them as a result. Late last November, the world came out from Venice that this ancient and fragile Italian city would no longer allow tourists to bring wheeled .../ ➝

August 11, 2014

Rome also is home to the world’s smallest sovereign state. Blink and you could miss it. But this tiny country does big things on the world’s behalf. Next time you’re in Rome, just for grins, you should check out the world’s smallest country. It should only take about 30 secon.../ ➝

April 10, 2014

For those with physical disabilities, travel remains a challenge. But there’s now a global industry devoted to helping disabled travelers see the world. Since I started writing about travel, I’ve fielded a lot of questions about Africa, but the one I got recently at the San Diego Travel .../ ➝

February 11, 2013

One of travel’s major fringe benefits is being on hand when history happens. Anyone near the Vatican at the end of this month will be witness to something major. If you happen to be anywhere near Rome at the end of the month, you might want to make your way to St. Peter’s Square in [&hel.../ ➝

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.../ ➝

December 9, 2012

The good, the bad and the bizarre from the world’s best travel media HI-YO, PINOT GRIGIO! Touring wineries and sampling their wares is a big business these days, worldwide. There are escorted winery tours by bus or van, and self-driven wine routes you can enjoy at your own pace by car or bicyc.../ ➝

November 25, 2012

The good, the bad and the bizarre from the world’s best travel media -0- UNEASY MIDEAST The so-called “Arab Spring” may have brought political change to North Africa and the Middle East, but it’s bringing little good cheer to the travel industry. The ongoing turmoil in that p.../ ➝