Regardless of destination and planned events, the rule of thumb for packing is ‘less is more’ or ‘less is better’ -- even if you’re travelling to business meetings that require you to dress for success or to personal events where you are obliged to posh it up.
Travel life becomes easier if you can embrace the ‘less...Read more
If you’re a Sherlock Holmes fan (and who isn’t?), you know that 221b Baker Street is the address at which the revered detective resided for much of his career -- from 1861 to 1904, to be exact -- along with his equally beloved colleague, sidekick and biographer, Dr. John H. Watson.
Today, 221b Baker Street serves as the Sherlock...Read more
Their South Dakota trip is over quickly. South Dakota -- and especially the scenic and historic area surrounding Sioux Falls in the southeastern South Dakota -- deserves more time!
I say go to South Dakota for Mount Rushmore, but stay for Sioux Falls and surroundings. This is a wonderful area for a four or five-day road trip ...Read more
Many tourists who want to view New York City’s magnificent skyline from the water take a two hour harbor tour aboard the Circle Line or hop aboard the Staten Island Ferry for the 30 minute commuter crossing between lower Manhattan’s Whitehall Terminal and Staten Island’s St. George Terminal -- and, to be quite honest, both of those local ...Read more
Spring break is a popular travel phenomenon, so flights and accommodations can be pricey. If you’re looking for bargain travel that won’t break your budget, look on the Internet to find and compare deals on destinations and packages.
On the East Coast, Florida is famously the first choice for college students for whom ‘...Read more
Actually it’s easy to stumble upon this fact, because Bauhaus architecture is one of Tel Aviv’s most popular tourist attractions, and one of modern-day Israel’s strongest cultural ties with Germany.
Actually, Bauhaus in Tel Aviv is more than just a style of architecture. The design and philosophy behind it played an ...Read more
If you’re thinking about going to Europe, use the lead time to customize your own version of the grand tour. Selecting several of your favorite cities or resort areas and designing a sweeping itinerary lets you garner greater value from your long distance transatlantic flights.
Most likely, if you have a week away and you ...Read more
AMSTERDAM-- One of this lovely old city's most compelling charms is that it is constantly reinventing itself.
While conserving its past glories – the historic canals, fabled gabled houses and cobblestone streets -- Amsterdam is truly trend-setting in its ultramodern architecture and cutting edge concepts for urban ...Read more
Solutions: The Palestinian-Israeli Conflict Made SimpleDr. Samer Mohd Faruq Muala
Terrorism is spreading across the world like never before. In this book, the roots of Islamic radicalization are linked to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict and practical solutions to end the conflict are presented in an easy to read manner. Solving the issue is no longer and Israeli or ...
Travelers seeking paradise in Maui will find that the island exceeds all expectations.
The second largest island in the Hawaiian chain packs an awesome array of natural scenic wonders into its 728 square miles. The beaches alone will keep you content for days, but you’ll also want to visit Maui’s decidedly different but equally ...Read more
Soaring granite peaks, serene glacial lakes and charming country hamlets -- set against a constantly evolving backdrop of dramatic seasonal change -- account for the wide range of appealing outdoor pastimes in the New England states of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and Massachusetts. Each of the states has its unique vacation calendar, ...Read more
Deemed by many to be among the world’s most splendidly beautiful coastal itineraries, the service-oriented ferries have been adopted by tourists seeking a unique and splendid cruising experience.
Northbound, the voyage takes seven days, southbound, it’s six. And, of course, there’s the eleven-day roundtrip option. Two ...Read more
Most Americans form their first impressions of Salem when they're in grade school and their history lessons take them to colonial Massachusetts to learn of the infamous witch hunts, trials and cruel punishments that took place during the 1690s.
The depiction of colonial witches, whether accurate or not, is so scary and ...Read more