Are you thinking of planning a trip, but are worried about the virus and other issues that may arise? Well, don’t worry…the airlines are thinking of you. While airlines are trying to get customers back through their doors, they came up with a way that
Several years ago out of curiosity, I wondered what the healthiest cities in the world were. I came across an article highlighting 25 of the healthiest cities in the world and was intrigued to learn that about 13 of them were in Asia. After reflecting
Hoteliers try their best to leave guests with positive memories by offering excellent hospitality services. It’s their goal to have you go and share your experience with others so they can attract more guests. Now, they are going a step further by introducing robots into
Did you know that 40% of Americans who receive paid time off don’t take it? Or that unused holiday costs the US economy $224 BILLION per year? This general attitude of disdain towards taking time off — whether it be a holiday, weekend, or even
During the pandemic, one of the things people are missing most is the ability to travel freely. While we’re not sure when it will be safe to go on big trips again, here are some ways you can cure the travel bug without catching the
With bars, restaurants, stores, offices, and life as we knew it coming to an abrupt halt, some of us have had a lot of newfound time to think. Beyond traipsing down memory lane and pondering if we’ll ever get to enjoy anything resembling our previous
With lockdowns lifting in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic, people are more eager than ever to explore the world outside their homes. This new generation of travelers is hitting the road like never before, but what should you do if you need a place to
We are now living in a society of highly advanced technology. With the resources we have, starting a business is simple for anyone willing to put in the hard work. Because our technological generation makes it easy to connect with everyone across the world, we
It’s that time of year again when we get to order hard-to-pronounce foods like würstl and schweinebraten and wash it down with Hofbräus and Paulaners. Germans began migrating to New York in the 1840s, and with them came their delicious, roasted foods and world-class beer.
“I have always been told that if I do see Nina the Ghost, just to nod and move on”Joel Corcoran (Local Guide) Not many restaurants, pubs or businesses that I know can boast of an employee that never leaves, takes no pay and doesn’t talk
With so much competition, the days when hotels could fill their rooms by simply offering a safe place to sleep and a few cable channels are over. Today, hotel chains lobby to attract guests with unique experiences including everything from sunset yoga to pet-friendly happy
We know you’re already shelling out big bucks to see the hottest debut on the Great White Way (and then dropping some more cash on drinks after), so here’s our list of affordable dining options to spare you some pocket change before the show goes
Florida is known for its beaches and hot weather, but there’s so much more to check out! Here are the top five places to check out that aren’t talked about as much as they should be. Plus, all these places are either free or cheap!
Orlando is a wonderful city and one of the largest tourist friendly places across the globe. Having brought in 72 million visitors in 2017, the Theme Capital of the World is filled with amusement parks and other attractions open all year round. If you only
Who hasn’t ever thought about escaping the city to a cozy cabin out in the country? Just looking at these houses makes us want to curl up by the fire with a hot toddy or brandy. We hope these homes bring you a temporary peace of mind. And
With Fall just around in it never hurts to start planning your warm-weather getaway now. Since so many of us are heading to tropical beaches and sunshine, we’ve taken the liberty of making a list of essentials you may forget you need. 1. An All-Purpose Backpack An all-purpose