This year you should make a resolution to see more of the world. You should explore places, near and far, that are unlike any other place you have ever been.
During the holidays, you can find a little magic everywhere you turn. But something tells me very few places are more magical than the White House in December.
Flying is always a part of the hustle and bustle of the holidays. Sometimes it runs smoothly like clockwork; other times it’s a disaster waiting to happen.
Let’s be honest. Finding the perfect gift for everyone on your list is overwhelming.
When it comes to flying, status is everything. These days, loyalty programs are much more than just a way to earn miles that you can eventually use toward another flight.
Hoping to fly to Cuba? It's complicated.
The holidays bring festivities all around, but no place does festive quite as extravagantly as Disney World. Orlando’s Disney World Resort came to life this past week during the start of its jovial holiday season with new, old and enjoyable ...
Well, it's that time again. You and your closest 27 million friends and family members are flying for Thanksgiving.
The city of Bangkok has nearly 600 high-rise buildings, ranking it fifth in the world. It’s hard to believe a metropolitan city of that size and stature could also be the home of an intricate canal system set up along ...
Thailand is easily the most interesting and most beautiful place I have ever visited. Behind every corner and on every street, no matter where you are, there is something unique to be seen.
Flying halfway around the world can be daunting, exasperating and downright agonizing.
An alert pops up on my phone that reads, “Flight is now boarding.” This notification would be great except I’m anxiously sitting on a parking lot shuttle, and we are just pulling up to the airport.
At about 10 a.m. one morning this past summer, I found myself riding shotgun in a Jeep Wrangler heading toward the northernmost tip on the island of Aruba.
"Oh great, a 10-hour airport layover," said no-one.
If you plan to be in San Diego for a few days, you should rent a car and take the 30-minute trip up to La Jolla. The 7-mile, hilly seaside community offers much more than just the University of California, ...