Planning Ahead for Those Major Vacations Delayed Last Year There are trips you can jump on last minute. Others involve advance planning because the demand is so high, and the best accommodations book up in advance. If you’ve been putting
ETIAS is coming in 2021!
Get Ready! Europe’s New Visa Waiver for Americans, ETIAS, Debuts sometime in 2021
Top Ten Ruins to Visit
In 1992, I took an excursion that changed the way I travel forever. Instead of spending another day moving between the lounge chairs at my Cancun hotel’s pool or beach, I took the Mayaland bus to Chichen Itza. At that time there was
Gastronomy on the Water
Culinary Focused Cruises for Food Lovers As a certified specialist with 7 river cruise companies, I always keep an eye on what special itineraries the river cruise companies are offering that might appeal to you.There are noteworthy experiences available both on the river
How To Travel to the World’s Best Wine Regions
Car-Free Trips to Reach Renowned Wine Regions If you’re a wine enthusiast like me, visiting the world’s top wine producing regions easily – and safely – is probably something you’ve considered. As a reluctant driver, especially when wine is involved, I’ve
River Cruising and the Solo Traveler
River Cruising offers Solo Travelers Ease, Access, and Comraderie in Complex Touring Regions River Cruising is one of the best ways to explore Europe for anyone interested in culture, history, food, wine and beer, but it is a particularly suitable
Life Along the Meuse: Visiting the Namur region of Belgium
Namur – a Great Day Trip from Brussels by Train, or Why Not Explore the Region for a Few Days by Car? Life doesn’t get much better than an afternoon spent along the Meuse, biking, boating or hanging out at
Paris: Way Off The Beaten Track
Three Nights in Paris: No Seine, Eiffel Tower or Champs Elysee Whether to repeat or visit new destinations is the common traveler’s dilemma. Visiting new places usually wins, and yet I find myself returning to Paris as often as possible.