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How to Travel to Cuba

How to Travel to Cuba

  Update June 2017: Personal travel is again off limits for Americans. Check the Treasury Department website for more details. Tourism to Cuba is booming, up 25% year on year, and with the recent loosening of US travel regulations, arrivals to the island are likely to skyrocket. Whether the country is ready for the influx […]

The Truth about REAL ID

The Truth about REAL ID

2016 is the year the Feds promise to crack down on REAL ID hold-outs. Or is it? What is an Enhanced Driver’s License (EDL) and will that be good enough? There’s a lot of information out there about REAL ID and EDLs so what is truth and what is fiction? Here’s what you need to […]

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, […]

How to Get From the Airport to the City in 30 Destinations Worldwide

How to Get From the Airport to the City in 30 Destinations Worldwide

Europe European cities often have rail connections to the major airports. Cities with direct subway lines include London and Madrid, while others have good train connections including Paris Charles De Gaulle, Milan and Amsterdam. London From Heathrow (LHR), your best option is either the Heathrow Express or the Tube as taxis will cost upwards of […]

Ten Best Airport Restaurants in the US

Ten Best Airport Restaurants in the US

Frequent fliers know all too well the drill of paying nine dollars for a mediocre, partially-thawed breakfast sandwich at an airport café. Nevertheless, you can eat well at our nation’s airport eateries if you know where to look. From causeway to concourse and terminal to transit lounge, here are the tastiest airport restaurants in the […]

Eight China Travel Tips

Why eight travel tips for China? Eight is a lucky number in Chinese because it sounds like the word for ‘prosper,’ though two, three, five, six, seven, and nine are lucky numbers, too! 1.       Get a good guidebook. In China, perhaps more than any other country, buying a good guidebook and reading it before you […]

What are the Cheapest days to Fly Internationally?

Use these tried and tested tips used by international travelers and save a bundle on your next trip. Travel Midweek International travel deals are entirely based on availability and since most people travel over the weekend (Friday & Saturday); you will find the cheapest international airfare deals if you travel midweek, usually departing and returning on a Tuesday or Wednesday. Spend […]

European Credit Card Standard Leaves Americans Stranded

You arrive at a chaotic foreign train station, teeming with travelers, maybe just off a plane and jet lagged. You go to a machine to buy your ticket for a local train. But after you go through all the steps and insert your credit card, the transaction cannot be processed. You try again, maybe with […]

Airplane Travel With Pets

Airplane Travel With Pets

For pet owners, the fear is palpable. You arrive at the airport with a family member of the four-legged variety, and you have to check him or her in with an airline. How will they take to being flown at 30,000 feet? Will they make the connecting flight? Will your pet be injured or escape […]

Winter Sports Tips for Novices

Winter Sports Tips for Novices

From snowboarding to downhill skiing to cross country skiing, winter sports are challenging for first timers but quickly picked up with enough practice. Each requires specific equipment, certain types of clothing and comes with a culture all its own. But they are also a tremendous amount of fun and a great way to keep in […]

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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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