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The Cyber Monday Travel Deals Guide (And A Giveaway)

The Cyber Monday Travel Deals Guide (And A Giveaway)

I know Cyber Monday is still a week away, but since booking hotels and making travel arrangements isn’t generally as spur of the moment as buying a marked-down t-shirt, I wanted to make sure you had plenty of time to scour the best deals and decide on your vacation plans. Here’s a roundup of some... read more
The American Made Travel Workshop

The American Made Travel Workshop

If you’re a regular reader, you know how obsessed I am with finding ways of having authentic experiences while on the road and really making the most out of every trip. So I’m excited to announce a special event I’ll be taking part in tomorrow that I hope you’ll be able to join me for.... read more
How to get free wi-fi, traveling with kids & more holiday travel advice from ’round the web

How to get free wi-fi, traveling with kids & more holiday travel advice from ’round the web

Your roundup of the hottest travel links across the net. This week the spotlight is on holiday travel advice: 1. Constant access to the internet is something we’ve all come to expect, but a surprising number of hotels, airports and public spaces continue to charge exorbitant fees for wi-fi. So how can you get around... read more
Traveling with food allergies, iphoneography tips & more from ’round the web

Traveling with food allergies, iphoneography tips & more from ’round the web

1. If you have a food allergy, traveling can be anything from a frightening to a potentially life-threatening ordeal – all it takes is one bite of a peanut or some shellfish and you could be on your way to the emergency room. So how do you navigate the potential minefield that is a foreign... read more
Baby-free flights, booking activities online & more from ’round the web

Baby-free flights, booking activities online & more from ’round the web

1. There’s nothing worse then hopping on a long haul flight to discover you’re sitting right around the corner from a screaming baby – all hopes of getting any work done or trying to sleep go right out the window. Some airlines are starting to take heed, with AirAsia announcing that it will start offering... read more
What to do if you’re late for a flight & more from ’round the web

What to do if you’re late for a flight & more from ’round the web

1. What happens if you’re on your way to catch a flight and your car breaks down halfway to the airport, causing you to run late? Do you understand how airlines handle passengers who are cutting it close to their departure time? This article outlines important airline rules you should be aware of, including why... read more
What's new 'round the web: week of 09/21/12

What’s new ’round the web: week of 09/21/12

Your weekly roundup of the hottest travel links across the net: 1. You’ve no doubt seen the Korean music video, Gangnam Style, that’s taken the world by storm (if not, watch it here) but what you might not know is that Gangnam is a real place in South Korea that you can visit – and... read more
What's new 'round the web: week of 09/07/12

What’s new ’round the web: week of 09/07/12

Your weekly roundup of the hottest travel links across the net: 1. Long haul flights are a challenge at the best of times, but can you imagine making a transcontinental trip with a baby? Plenty of people do and live to tell the tale, but it helps if you’re prepared for the experience. This post... read more
What's new 'round the web: week of 08/31/12

What’s new ’round the web: week of 08/31/12

Your weekly roundup of the hottest travel links across the net: 1. French pastries are akin to little works of edible art and if you want to sample the best tarts, gateaux and confections the country has to offer, it helps to know exactly where to go. This article about the most scrumptious pastry shops... read more
What's new 'round the web: week of 08/24/12

What’s new ’round the web: week of 08/24/12

Your weekly roundup of the hottest travel links across the net: 1. Would you travel halfway across the world to witness an event that lasted for mere minutes? People who chase eclipses do exactly that, and this post about viewing solar eclipses offers an excellent guide on everything from tracking eclipses to viewing them safely.... read more
What's new 'round the web: week of 08/17/12

What’s new ’round the web: week of 08/17/12

Your weekly roundup of the hottest travel links across the net: 1. Here’s a post that’ll send you on a trip down memory-lane: 14 lost travel traditions I wish they’d bring back is a list of travel experiences that have gone the way of cassette tapes and rotary phones. Getting dressed up for flights and... read more
What's new 'round the web: week of 08/03/12

What’s new ’round the web: week of 08/03/12

Your weekly roundup of the hottest travel links across the net: 1. Warranted or not, the French have garnered something of a reputation as being rude – particularly to foreign visitors. However, it seems the French have become increasingly rude to each other, so much so that 60 per cent of locals cite bad manners... read more