1. Sunshine. It seems like the sun always shines here. While that's not actually true, we do get a lot of sun. Annual days of sunshine: Colorado Springs 247 Denver 245 Grand Junction 242 Pueblo 258 (more…)
You spend enough time in lines at the airport. Anything that helps to speed up that tortuous process is a winner in my books. It's called Mobile Passport. It's a free app that you install on your smartphone that takes less than 5 minutes to do. Right now, it's only available
The big push by US based airlines to become more like European budget airlines makes air travel even more confusing. Depending on the type of ticket you purchase, you may not be able to bring a carry-on to put in the overhead bins at all, unless you are willing to pay
In November Telegraph Travel reported that Cassie De Pecol was on her way to becoming the fastest person to visit every country in the world. We can now impart that she has succeeded in her quest, becoming the first documented woman to step foot in all 196 nations bustling for
Do you ever feel guilty about taking a vacation? It is a pretty common feeling, and there are many reasons fro it. Maybe you needed a break and just had to get away, leaving things behind that should have been done. Or, you have a job that doesn't really encourage vacation
I don't know about you, but I'm usually pretty tired after a vacation. But happily so. Here are some very helpful tips from nextavenue to help you make that vacation something that will always give you pleasant memories.
As a new retiree, travel is something I now have the time to do. However, costs are a very important consideration, especially when you're living on your retirement savings. I liked this article in US News because it points out some options that may not be obvious to everyone.
The people who fly for a living, the flight crews on passenger planes, are a goldmine of information. Here's piece I found on Flyer Talk that gives travelers some valuable travel tips. There's lots more helpful advice here on Zoonie.org.
I finally broke down and spent more than $50 on a pair of walking shoes about 15 years ago. Living in New York, and doing a lot of walking while traveling, I found Ecco black leather slip ons to be worth every cent. I put a lot of miles on my
I lived and worked in New York City for 14 years. Before I moved there, I had always heard about rude New Yorkers, and I believed that. I had never been to the city until I had to move there for a new job. What I discovered surprised me. First, New