A room at La Maltese Estate Villa, a hotel that exudes the ambience of a privileged “members only” private club in Santorini, Greece was snagged for the rate of $110 per night. Too good to be true, right? Right.
Dr. Beach, aka. Stephen P. Leatherman, Director of Florida International University's Laboratory for Coastal Research has named Siesta Beach in Sarasota as the best beach in the the USA.
What we’re reading: Passenger banned from Delta, best ice cream not in a shop, Chicago airports to get slot machines
Passenger banned from Delta for life, best ice cream not in a shop, Chicago airports may get slot machines as Illinois House passes bill.
Nine leading independent travel content websites are giving away a trip around the world. The Independent Travel Media Alliance has lined up a round-the-world grand prize, as well as weekly giveaways and two big first prizes. They are picking eight finalists over eight weeks.
What's the little thing your fellow travelers do that drives you the craziest? Venting here might help avoid a meltdown at the airport.
On this Memorial Day in the U.S., Ned Levi has created a travel guide to America's most historic battlefields, which have in part shaped American history and culture.
What we’re reading: 787 delivery date moved up, kids go free on rafting trip, Tropicana hopes results improve
787 delivery date moved up to August or September, kids go free on Utah rafting trip, Tropicana hopes results improve with rehaul
While attending a travel conference in San Francisco I had the opportunity to take the ferry across the bay to Jack London Square and enjoy an evening of wine and tapas on the water. It was delightful.
Weekend what we’re reading: Bullring turned shopping center, no dope for tourists in Amsterdam, Utah plans no-groping law
This weekend we take a look at a reformed bullring in Barcelona. Holland cracks down on tourists in coffee houses smoking dope. And, TSA will be challenged in Utah following their showdown with Texas.
Now the airlines can change flights without even notifying customers. Could it possibly get worse? Christopher Elliott takes a look.