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Travel Website of the Week: Who To Tip


Who To Tip is a very basic site with its share of grammatical errors, but it does do one thing very well: help travelers know who and how to tip in over 75 countries in the world—from Argentina to Vietnam.

Travel Tip of the Day: Careful by the Subway Door


Careful by the Subway Door When riding any subway or train in the world and sitting (or standing) by the door, be sure to safeguard your belongings. It’s easier than you’d think for a thief to grab your bag, wallet or phone just as the door closes—and if that happens, you’re almost definitely not getting it back.

Travel App of the Week: Salk’s Airport Transit Guide


Salk’s Airport Transit Guide recently got my attention when business travel writer Joe Brancatelli called it “an absolutely essential app that improves the quality of life on the road…the bible for travelers…[that] will save them dollars from day one, as it has for me.” For more than 30 years Airport Transit Guide has been the guide that travel agents, corporate executives, travel managers, travel journalists, and frequent flyers have come to rely on at home and abroad to get from the airport to the city.

Travel Style: Kim Button


Want to know how to travel in style, just like the pros? We check in with frequent fliers to find out how often they fly, their favorite destinations and what they never leave home without.

Reader Travel Tip of the Day: Passport Stickers


Passport Stickers Each Friday, we’re featuring a reader-submitted tip as our Travel Tip of the Day. This week’s tip comes from Karol H., who says: “I am a retired flight attendant.

Travel Style: Annie Fitzsimmons


Want to know how to travel in style, just like the pros? We check in with frequent fliers to find out how often they fly, their favorite destinations and what they never leave home without.

Travel Tip of the Day: 70,000-Point Credit Card Offer Ending this Sunday, October 19


70,000-Point Credit Card Offer Ending this Sunday, October 19 I only include a credit card offer as the Travel Tip of the Day when the bonus-miles offer is really incredible—and this is one of those offers.

Travel Tip of the Day: New NEXUS Machines, New Rules


New NEXUS Machines, New Rules I’m a big proponent of NEXUS for frequent travelers to Canada, and so I was excited to see on Friday that they’ve rolled out new NEXUS machines at Toronto’s Pearson International Airport—as part of a larger, more complete rollout that’s currently underway.

Top 10 in Travel News: Week of October 15, 2014


THE TOP 10 IN TRAVEL NEWS THIS WEEK: Virgin Atlantic cancels Little Red domestic flight service Detectives in Dubai are going to be wearing Google Glass so they can fight crime using facial recognition technology.

Travel Style: Shelly Rivoli


Want to know how to travel in style, just like the pros? We check in with frequent fliers to find out how often they fly, their favorite destinations and what they never leave home without.

Travel Contests: Week of October 15, 2014


This week’s travel contests include: Win a 22″ Wheeled Carry-on Duffel and 32″ Wheeled Duffel from Pathfinder Luggage!

Are Travelers Abusing The System With Service Animals On Planes?


If you’re following me on Facebook or Instagram, then you know that I recently posted a controversial photo that quickly became the center of a heated debate between my friends and followers.

Win a 22″ Wheeled Carry-on Duffel and 32″ Wheeled Duffel from Pathfinder Luggage!


With the colds of winter already creeping in, it’s time to start dreaming about a warm weather getaway—and maybe, just maybe, two brand new bags from Pathfinder Luggage‘s Gear-Up collection!

Travel Product of the Week: Sleeper Scarf


Last week we featured a scarf that comes with a surgical mask in it to protect you from germs. This week’s product—the Sleeper Scarf—is designed with a built-in neck pillow to help you sleep better.

Europe’s Passenger Bill of Rights: Do you know YOUR rights?


In recent years—thanks partly to the widespread adoption of pocket technologies, social media networks and a shrinking global community—passengers have gained stronger voices and sharper swords with which to defend themselves in cases of travel injustice.

Travel Video of the Week: Watchtower of Turkey

Skift.com calls this video one of the best travel videos they’ve ever seen. The fast-moving tourism video was directed and edited by Leonardo Dalessandri, who traveled over 2,100 miles (3,500 km) through Turkey in 20 days, “capturing landscapes from the bluish tones of Pamukkale to the warm ones of Cappadocia…passing by a great variation of colors, lights and weathers through six other cities.” Dalessandri “crossed Cappadocia, Pamukkale, Ephesus, Istanbul, Konya; and tasted baklava, kunefe, doner, the turkish tea; and got the chance to meet the soul of Turkey, its people and got their smiles and their hospitality.

Travel Tip of the Day: The T-Mobile Test Drive


The T-Mobile Test Drive I’ve written before about T-Mobile and why it’s a good choice of carrier if you travel a lot internationally—but why listen to me when you can try it yourself?

Philadelphia Airport Hosts Annual Restaurant Week October 20-27


Philadelphia Airport Marketplace Great news for travelers heading to (or through) Philadelphia Airport (PHL) next week.

Travel Website of the Week: Hotel Power


This site is launching today (October 14), and it promises to change the way travelers squeeze savings out of every hotel stay, thanks to the connections, buying power and savvy of its parent company, GTI, one of the nation’s largest travel agencies.

Travel App of the Week: iCarPark


How many times have you wandered around an airport parking lot (or a mall’s for that matter) looking for your car?


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