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2 Day Sales on Virgin and JetBlue

JetBlue and Virgin America both launched 2-day sales for Fall travel today. Travel between September 22 and March 2 on Virgin America (valid Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Saturdays). JetBlue fares are valid for travel September 22 through December 16 (except Fridays & Sundays plus holidays).

The World’s Best Small Museums

The World’s Best Small Museums

Major cities around the world boast renowned centers of art – New York’s Metropolitan Museum and MOMA, Paris’ Louvre, Madrid’s Prado – which are must visits for many travelers. But smaller museums can be just as worthy of a visit, often providing a more concise overview of a period or artist. They are also great […]

Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

What surprised me most about Siem Reap, Cambodia was not the grandeur and sophistication of the temple complexes. Walking among the ancient ruins of Angkor Wat, the largest religious monument in the world, I was struck by the overriding presence of the ‘feminine’. Carved into every wall of this vast complex are the images of […]

Fall Fare Sales on Delta, Air France & KLM

Fly to Europe this fall with sales on three carriers with Delta, Air France and KLM. Rates are $825 – $850 including tax to most major cities including London, Paris, Madrid, Milan and Amsterdam. Delta’s sale is here, KLM is here and Air France is here. Get your tickets by July 23.  

New JetBlue Baggage Fees

JetBlue has added baggage fees at its lowest fare level with tickets now sold at three levels – Blue, Blue Plus and Blue Flex. For the Blue level, the first checked bag is $20 ($25 at the counter) while Blue Plus includes 1 free checked bag and Flex allows two free bags. Flex also includes $0 change fee and […]

Passage to Cuba

Passage to Cuba

All images copyright Cynthia Carris Alonso. Passage to Cuba is available at Amazon.com and bookstores everywhere.

Best Countries to Visit on a Stronger Dollar

Best Countries to Visit on a Stronger Dollar

With the dollar hitting highs not seen in over a decade against the Euro and the currencies of many other popular destinations, here are the eight best place to visit to take advantage of the strong dollar plus two places that just don’t measure up. The Euro Zone The ongoing problems with southern Eurozone countries, […]

Eating Through Austin Texas

Eating Through Austin Texas

The state capital of Texas, Austin is also culinary ground zero for delicious barbecue, Tex-Mex, food trucks, even pizza. Whether you hit the city for SXSW (South by Southwest), the University of Texas or as the gateway to Hill Country, you won’t lack for great dining options. Barbecue Texas barbecue may revolve around world famous […]

Save Up To 25% at Texas Marriotts

Travelers to Texas this summer can save at select Marriott, JW and Renaissance hotels properties -Get 1 night at 10% off, 2 nights at 15% off, and 3 nights up to 25% off. Offer good until September 7, 2015 with discount code D3Q. To learn more and book a stay visit Marriottsummerintexas.com.

Paris Dining & The Rise of the Bistronomie

Paris Dining & The Rise of the Bistronomie

In the past few years, a new breed of chef has brought influences from around the world and a hyper-seasonal touch to French cooking with a wave of casual restaurant openings in Paris. In a society with rigid designations for its eating establishment – the bistro, the brasserie, le restaurant – a new category has […]

Rabat, Morocco

Rabat, Morocco’s capital city, is flush with history and culture unbeknownst to the many Morocco-bound tourists who flock to Tangiers and Casablanca. For those who venture off the beaten path, however, Rabat will prove just as rewarding.

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