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Why Travel Is Hard For You To Enjoy (And What To Do About It)

Posted By acouple4theroad on Travel

http://www.acouplefortheroad.com - Disappointing travel is the worst kind, and something that is, at times, unavoidable. We’ve had those deflating moments, when the reality of an experience doesn’t match up to our expectations and excitement, or when something on our trip goes completely awry. For those needing an example, go no further than our first trip to Paris. ... Read More about Why Travel Is Hard For You To Enjoy (And What To Do About It)

Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens

Posted By acouple4theroad on Travel

http://www.acouplefortheroad.com - Much of what takes us to the road, much of what makes us yearn for travel, is the feeling of exploration. It is, in essence, what travel truly is. After all, why would one go to the expense of a plane ticket, of leaving one’s home, of taking the risk of the unfamiliar if there ... Read More about Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens

Matzo Recipes for Passover on the Oregon Coast!

Posted By ManzanitaBeach on Travel

https://vacationrentalsmanzanita.com - Heading to the Oregon Coast to Celebrate Passover? Unfortunately we have limited access to a synagogue on the Oregon Coast. While the nearest synagogue to our North Coast area is in Portland, you can find Congregation Beit Salmon meeting regularly in Astoria. In the meantime, we’ve rounded up some yummy, tasty breakfast and brunch Matzo...Read More »

Top Ten Things To Do In Bonaire

Posted By acouple4theroad on Travel

http://www.acouplefortheroad.com - The Caribbean is an attractive place for any lover of sun and fun, not to mention great food and outdoor excursions unavailable in the rest of the world. While there are common favorites throughout, including Jamaica and the Bahamas, a relatively unknown gem deep in the Caribbean might be among its most brilliant. Bonaire is […]

8 Hours in Paris: A Raw Review

Posted By acouple4theroad on Travel

http://www.acouplefortheroad.com - It is no longer Hemingway’s Paris.

No longer that romanticized epoch of clinking champagne glasses and Can-Can Girls, backlit with the swirling of sweet cigars and bawdy revelry. Where the beauty drifted, we don’t know; perhaps to the fate of time and erosion, or perhaps to the city’s reliance on old paradigms that just don’t work with the present population

10 Travel Tips to Plan Your Trip

Posted By acouple4theroad on Travel

http://www.acouplefortheroad.com - In terms of preparedness, your fifth international trip is going to look a lot different from your first, and your fifteenth will look wildly different from your fifth. It was no different for us. The first time Tracy and I left the country we had a great time, but we made a lot of mistakes. […]

My Bucket List #5 - Mykonos and Santorini

Posted By urbanswank on Travel

http://urbanswank.com - Before I had an appreciation for visiting countries in the aims of learning more about the culture (and enjoying the cuisine), it was the beauty of the place that I really paid the most attention to. This is why the…

Baby on Board: Eight Tips for Traveling with a Baby

Posted By urbanswank on Travel

http://urbanswank.com - Before my daughter was born, her father and I had a long list of things we wanted to continue once we became parents. Travel topped the list, and when she was just eleven weeks old, we braved our first three-hour…

What to Do When Hyatt Doesn’t Post Your Diamond Amenity Point Bonus

Posted By jlarounis on Travel

http://theforwardcabin.com - Hyatt Diamonds currently receive a choice between a welcome food and beverage amenity, or a points bonus when checking-in, a benefit that will soon go away with the new World of Hyatt program. Hyatt Place and Hyatt House properties earn 500 bonus points, and all other properties, including, but not limited to, Hyatt Regency’s, Grand ... [Continue reading]The post What to Do When Hyatt Doesn’t Post Your Diamond Amenity Point Bonus appeared first on The Forward Cabin.

Should you take the London Underground from Heathrow to Central London?

Posted By jlarounis on Travel

http://theforwardcabin.com - I’ve written before on the several options you have to choose from to get you from London Heathrow Airport to central “downtown” London. I’ve actually never taken the Underground (the subway, for all you non-London folk) from the airport to the center of the city, so on my most recent trip, I decided to try it ... [Continue reading]The post Should you take the London Underground from Heathrow to Central London? appeared first on The Forward Cabin.

What is fair compensation if the hotel shuttle from the airport doesn’t show up?

Posted By jlarounis on Travel

http://theforwardcabin.com - I recently stayed at the Sheraton Pentagon City, for an early departure from Reagan the next morning. I arrived at the airport at around 10:25p, and was at the designated bus stop for hotel shuttles at 10:30. The Sheraton Pentagon City phone line advises that their shuttles pick up on the :45 and:15 of every ... [Continue reading]The post What is fair compensation if the hotel shuttle from the airport doesn’t show up? appeared first on The Forward Cabin.