I know what you’re thinking: “April is a little late in the season to be thinking about skiing.” But the truth is if you don’t mind waiting, spring may actually be the best time of year to throw on your ...
The little French West Indies island of Saint-Barthélemy, more often referred to as Saint Barths, is most notably known for being the place where the rich and famous go to get away from it all. Why they choose this island ...
Saint Maarten is the perfect island for a family trip.
How much will an airline pay you to give up your seat? The answer: As much as you can negotiate for.
Traveling with children is difficult. Well, let’s be completely honest. Doing pretty much anything with children is quite challenging, but traveling is especially hard. Their short attention spans, inability to move quickly or even just at your speed and need ...
Technology can be so useful when you are traveling, whether you are abroad or in your own backyard.
Don’t you wish you could be on a permanent vacation, traveling from various cities to exotic islands and back again?
Seasoned hotel industry professional Stacy Cox is the new president of the Caribbean Society of Hotel Association Executives.
Often the process between arriving at the airport and getting to your departure gate can be daunting, but only because travelers tend to make a few mistakes that add unnecessary time to the routine. Here are a few simple things ...
Istanbul is an enchanting and culturally rich city that straddles the boundary between Europe and Asia.
Spring is the best season to experience all that the historic city of Charleston, S.C., has to offer.
Shortly after Pan American Airways started flying from New York to London in 1959, a round trip ticket cost what would be $3,800 today -- in economy class.
I could spend even more weeks talking about The National Museum of African-American History and Culture and explaining why it is so powerful, but the truth is words do not do it justice.
Just like our history, the National Museum of African American History and Culture is much more than “just slavery.”
When entering the particularly well-lit lobby of the National Museum of African American History and Culture, it would be nearly impossible to overlook the massive art structure suspending from the ceiling.