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Ibiza’s Playground for Adults


Experimental Beach Club (Photo credit: Melissa Curtin) Ibiza was never on my list of places to go. A party island never sounded that appealing to me, but when a friend of mine called to invite me to join him and his Canadian British friends in their villa, and that he was leaving in ten days, it was hard to say no.

5 DAYS LEFT: Earn 50,000 Miles with the United MileagePlus® Explorer Card


One of the best travel credit card offers of the summer—the chance to earn 50,000 miles with the United MileagePlus® Explorer Card—is going off the table at midnight this Tuesday, September 2, 2014.

5 Reasons to Visit the Turkish Riviera


Overlooking the ancient city of Ephesus from the Terrace Houses and in the left corner you can see the Library of Celsus which once held 12,000 scrolls This is part 3 in Caitlin Martin’s recap of her 7-day Aegean adventure with Louis Cruises.

Reader Travel Tip of the Day: Two Legs, One Upgrade


Two Legs, One Upgrade Each Friday, we’re featuring a reader-submitted tip as our Travel Tip of the Day.

Travel Style: Barbara McNally


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.

7 Surprising Things to See and Do in Buffalo


If you thought you knew the Buffalo/Niagara Falls area, well think again. New York state’s second largest metropolitan area has been undergoing somewhat of a renaissance that’s given it a new urban vibe in both its downtown core and throughout its system of outdoor parks and growing-in-stature art galleries.

Travel Tip of the Day: Stay Out of the Bike Paths


Stay Out of the Bike Paths Yesterday’s tip was about watching out for bikers in cities like New York, since many ride on sidewalks, down the wrong way of one-way streets and through crowds.

My Norwegian Air Shuttle experience—by Katherine Belarmino


One day, two Norwegian reviews. Here’s guest contributor Katherine Belarmino‘s first-person account of what it’s like to fly the increasingly affordable Norwegian Air Shuttle to Europe.

My Norwegian Air Shuttle experience—by Abraham Lora


One day, two Norwegian reviews. Here’s reader Abraham Lora‘s first-person account of what it’s like to fly the increasingly affordable Norwegian Air Shuttle to Europe.

Travel Tip of the Day: Watch Out for Bikes


Watch Out for Bikes Yesterday’s and last Thursday’s tips were about crossing the street (one in New York and the other in Ho Chi Minh City).

Top 10 in Travel News: Week of August 27, 2014


THE TOP 10 IN TRAVEL NEWS THIS WEEK: United Airlines launches self-service kiosks for luggage Hilton Now Allows Guests to Select Their Exact Hotel Room Cops called after fliers fight over seat recline Delta growth spurs hiring of more flight attendants Airline Releases Child to Wrong Person Air passengers are happy to bring their own devices American extends age limit for unaccompanied minor service #Toronto island airport one step closer to allowing jets United ending Newark-Edmonton flights Malaysia Airlines Is Burning $2 Million Every Day as Flights Go Empty More news: L.A.

Travel Style: Chris Backe


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 August 27, 2014


This week’s travel contests include: Win a Catalina Island getaway Win a two-week holiday to amazing Thailand with Anantara (on Facebook or Instagram) Win a trip for two to the United Kingdom Win a wine-themed trip for two to Argentina Win a $10,000 trip to the Bahamas Win a three-night trip for two

Travel Product of the Week: SunBell Solar Lamp and Phone Charger


If you’re a frequent camper, or spend time in exotic destinations with limited infrastructure, you’ll love the SunBell Solar Lamp and Phone Charger, which offers a unique all-in-one package for the modern traveler.

Travel Tip of the Day: Cross the Street with a Local


Light Asian traffic in Bali Cross the Street with a Local Last Thursday’s tip was about not relying on the person in front of you when crossing the street, especially in cities like New York, where locals are almost always in a hurry and often take chances by jaywalking.

Travel Video of the Week: Paris Timelapse

Almost everyone I know loves Paris, but not everyone can afford to go there. For those who can’t, or just want a quick virtual vacation, there’s this timelapse video from English photographer Paul Richardson, who spent three weeks this past June creating the masterpiece he calls J’adore Paris.

The Post Hotel and Lake Louise Village in Banff National Park


Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada My wife Natalie and I recently visited beautiful Alberta, Canada to attend the Calgary Stampede.

Travel Website of the Week: Join.me


I’m sure most business travelers already know about Join.me (website and app for iPhone, Android and Amazon), since they have over 10 million users.

Travel Tip of the Day: Volcano Prep


My view of the erupting Eyjafjallajokull volcano on my flight from Zurich to NYC I’m sure you remember the hassles that Icelandic volcano Eyjafjallajokull (aka E15) brought to travel in 2010.

Travel App of the Week: OpenTable (with pay function)


Don’t you hate it when you’re in a hurry and you have to flag down a waiter to pay your dining bill? I know I do.


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