Posted On: November, 2015

Traveling to Paris: What Can You Expect?

Monday, November 23, 2015   Written by:

Update 11/24/2015: The US State Department issued a worldwide travel alert on Monday, November 23, 2015, warning Americans of increased terrorist threats and encouraging all citizens to exercise caution when in public places, while using transportation and in large crowds such as holiday festivals or events. The alert will remain in effect until February 24, […]

Travel Hack: Early Winter Travel

Monday, November 16, 2015   Written by:
Couple Sitting by the Fire

Sure plenty of people travel during the holidays. But, what about the time between holidays? The weeks after Thanksgiving and before Christmas are a major downtime for the travel industry. What does that mean for you? Great deals, smaller crowds and much, much more. Whether it’s a quick road trip or a week-long tropical getaway, […]

Now Trending: Incentive Travel

Monday, November 9, 2015   Written by:
business man on the beach

Does your company offer an incentive travel program? While incentive travel in the past has been strictly business (think traveling with your co-workers to promote team building, strategic planning, creativity, etc.), the trend is to now offer employees the opportunity to travel on their own, on the company’s dime. Types of Incentive Travel Most commonly, […]

6 U.S. Cities for Solo Travelers

Tuesday, November 3, 2015   Written by:
6 us cities for solo travelers

Someone once said that traveling alone is the best gift you can give yourself. While solo travel may once have been considered a faux pas, it’s now more popular than ever and is even encouraged! And, what better country to explore on your own than your own! With no language barrier or currency exchange, check […]