Get Ready! Europe’s New Visa Waiver for Americans, ETIAS, Debuts sometime in 2021
A Wealth of Insider Travel Secrets that Go Beyond Facebook Memes Facebook is full of insider travel secrets, but I’ve never seen anything new. Here are a few travel tips that I hope go way beyond the ones you commonly
Is now the time to renew your passport? The US Passport Agency is expecting record number renewals in the next 2 years. You’re flying back from Mexico the day after your passport expires. You’re good to go, right? Wrong. Unless
The maker of the popular Go Toobs Expands their Product Selection with Go Totes, Go Bites and Go Tubbs On a recent trip to Philadelphia for the Travel Adventure Show I had a chance to road test humangear’s Go Toobs, and
Stressed about what to wear in Paris? We can help. Among my proudest travel moments is repeatedly being mistaken for a Parisian by French speaking people in Paris. When French women approach me daily to ask where Place des Vosges
Eagle Creek updates some of my favorite products to enable more organized, light and secure travel Suitcase technology hasn’t changed much since Travelpro flipped the bag’s profile from horizontal to vertical and developed the roll-aboard in the early 1980s. Sure,
Whether you’re traveling from a Panamanian airstrip to a river lodge by canoe in the rain, or just walking to the train station in a blizzard – a water resistant bag is good to have. Karrimor’s Expedition Duffel is just
An acquaintance visiting New York for the weekend just asked me if she should take a cab from Penn Station to her hotel 3 blocks away because of her huge bag. How much stuff do people pack for the weekend?
*not counting the camera and laptop April school break and summer travel will be here before you know it. Are you ready? Here are some of my favorite travel products and gadgets to make me more comfortable, and more secure on
by Ernie “Poppa” Larsen Well, here it is February (almost March). If you received a holiday gift of a new camera, by now you should have at least a working knowledge of its capabilities and all the inherent idiosyncrasies sorted. No?