You prefer being on your own schedule and you’ve perfected your selfie, so solo travel is the way to go for you. Or maybe for you, the more the merrier. Or perhaps you’ve found only one person you care to travel with. Take our new travel poll and let us know!
Hotels are like people – a whole lot more interesting when you know something about their past. This month we share four of our favorite historic hotels in the South along with a story on why the Rolling Stones went to the Mississippi Delta and how one man’s desire to win yard of the month led to a quirky attraction in South Carolina.
Studies have shown that just the view of water can be emotionally beneficial. Works for me. I was born to live near the water – it just hasn’t happened yet.
We’ve noticed some items disappearing from our hotel rooms. (Don’t even get me started on the disappearing shower cap. No one but me seems to care.) So we asked, which could you live without?
Time to get outta town! Our March issue is devoted to that time-honored tradition, the…
My first international trip was to Montreal when I was a child. My brothers and I marveled that Elmer Fudd spoke French on their TVs. I didn’t go to Europe until I was in my late 20s.
The results of our first poll on The Travel 100 are in! Is it rude to recline your seat all the way on an airline? The options:
“What time does the pool close?” “May I have a cheeseburger please?” These are the types of questions guests at hotels with the Echos from Alexa for Hospitality can ask.
I almost spent the night in jail in Hahira, Georgia. Our car had broken down and the sheriff offered to let us bed down behind bars. Another road mishap involved a 14-hour trek through snow-covered roads in an unheated van.
“It’s an experience versus a hall of dead guys,” said one comedian about the new National Comedy Center that opened in Jamestown, New York, Lucille Ball’s hometown.