Disgruntled Airbnb guests are taking to Twitter and TikTok to vent about everything from cleaning fees to misleading listings. But they aren’t the only ones with complaints: Airbnb hosts themselves…
Post-Covid Europe looks a lot like pre-Covid Europe – mostly but not completely. I’m reporting today from London on my first big post-Covid venture outside of Jackson County. And please accept that these are quick personal impressions, not the results of any in-depth analysis.
Born and raised in Washington, Pennsylvania, Paige Spara currently lives in Vancouver, where she films the ABC medical series “The Good Doctor.” Her character, Lea Dilallo, is the head of a hospital’s Information Technology department and is married to Shaun Murphy – an autistic doctor playe…
Edinburgh is the cultural heart of Scotland. Once a medieval powerhouse stretching below its mighty castle, today it's one of Europe's most lively and festive cities.
Timing is everything when it comes to booking travel and desperate-for-destination travelers will be happy to note that timing may start now! Buzz60’s Chloe Hurst has the story!
If you’re early enough this fall, locking in holiday travel could be the thanks your Thanksgiving needs! Buzz60’s Chloe Hurst has the story!
Tourists and digital nomads are applying pressures on cities and national parks forcing particular states to reach a crisis point. Veuer’s Chloe Hurst has the story!
According to a survey of 2,000 US adults, West Virginia is the most underrated travel destination in the US.
Tourism rebounded this summer in Europe — and Europe wasn’t ready. Pandemic-related staff shortages led to massive lines and flight cancellations at many airports; meanwhile, prices for hotels and taxis soared.
In the ever-evolving world of travel, using a travel professional to decode your family vacation options can pay real-time dividends.
Skytrax, a UK-based airline and airport review and ranking site, conducted more than 14 million customer surveys in more than 100 countries between September 2021 to August 2022 to find out the world's current favorite airline.
Oktoberfest is back. The world’s largest folk festival — famous for its beer — is in full swing in Munich, Germany, and around the globe, according to the festival’s official website.
Travelers have come to rely on the convenience and savings of bundling packages at online travel agencies like Expedia, Travelocity and Priceline.
Sure, flying first class sounds nice. But the reality is some of my favorite vacations are when we travel as a family. Earning enough rewards for front-of-the-plane tickets for a party of four is exponentially more challenging than for a solo traveler. I’ve found far more utility in using our credit card rewards to take […]
If you’re looking to cut costs on vacation, opting to cook in your hotel room versus going out to eat might seem like a logical move. But to cook inside…
With all of these fluctuating prices, how are the currencies of airline and hotel loyalty programs, better known as points and miles, being affected? To get to the bottom of…
Skyrocketing airfares earlier this year and recent headlines about persistent inflation may be discouraging potential travelers. Yet recent data suggest that prices for hotels, air travel and rental cars are…
There are many hotel credit cards out there that allow you to earn points, which you can in turn use for free hotel stays. However, some hotel credit cards offer…
A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, I was in a meeting with the executives of an airline in some financial difficulty. At one point, after listening to some half-baked suggestions, the CEO wailed, "We can fool airports all the time, fool the CAB most of the time, and fool the IRS some of the time, but for God's sake let's not fool ourselves."
“(In) 2021, I lived in the single most locked down city in the world – Melbourne, Australia,” said Natalie Zea, who stars in the NBC series “La Brea.” “Not only were we not able to legally travel outside the city limits, but we were restricted to being in our homes for all but two hours a day. That experience made myself and my family even more determined to see as much of Australia as we could once the lockdown lifted. This time around, we’ve made sure to take advantage of long weekends and plan short road trips in and around Victoria or even the occasional day trip.” Zea splits her time between Melbourne and Los Angeles.
Jabbing his pole like a one-pronged pitchfork into the slow red river of rock, the ashtray salesman pulled out a hot wad of lava. I scrambled back as he swung it by me and plopped it into a mold. His partner snipped it off with big iron clippers and rammed it into shape. Dropping the now shapely mass into a bucket, the water did a wild jig. Cooling on a crispy black ledge were a dozen more lava ashtrays, each with the words "Mount Etna, Sicily" molded into it.
Electric planes might seem futuristic, but they aren’t that far off, at least for short hops.
Earlier this summer, the Office of Aviation Consumer Protection issued a notice urging U.S. airlines to “do everything in their power” to keep children 13 and younger near their parents when flying.
Stacy Fischer-Rosenthal and her 30-strong team have had a busy summer booking private yachts for bankers, CEOs and other high flyers now liberated from the shackles of COVID-19 and willing to pay millions of dollars for weeklong luxury cruises.
Are you ready for an EAT vacation? It’s one that promises memorable Experiences, adrenaline-pumping Adventure and truly Transformative moments.
In my early 20s, I worked as a nanny for a Swiss billionaire, caring for his four children, seven dogs and 14 homes. For five years I was entrusted with those little kinder as if they were my own, so much that one day the parents said, “We thought perhaps this summer you could travel alone with the children. Where would you like to go?”
The friendly, English-speaking bus driver on the Greek island of Patmos points us toward a local beach taverna where we eat with our toes in the sand.
Every time I've gone to Istanbul to visit family, I stuffed my face with spicy köfte kebab and other meaty dishes. One of my fondest food memories in Turkey happened when I was 11 and we were driving through the countryside, en route to my grandfather's old flour factory with my entire exten…