Category: Travel Tips

New England Patriots Fan Cruise! »

It is time to reserve the New England Patriots Cruise! We just have a few cabins still available.

Client can deduct incentive cruise if not ‘lavish or extravagant’ »

Travel Weekly By Mark Pestronk Q: I have been trying to sell my corporate client on the idea of offering a free cruise to its most valuable salespeople. However, the corporation’s in-house travel manager has repeatedly shot down the idea, saying that the trips would not be a tax-deductible business expense if they are on […]

5 best first-class airline cabins »

Singapore Airlines has one of the most luxurious first-class cabins in the world.

Travel Tip: What You Need to Know About Cruising in Hurricane Season »

Hurricane season officially runs from June 1 through November 30, but the weather is usually most volatile between now and late October.

Travel Tip: Getting the Best Internet Access on Cruise Ships »

Where can one find the best internet access on cruise ships? We’re at the point where it’s hard NOT to be connected when we travel.

Debunking the Biggest Cruise Myths »

As the cruise industry continues to grow at a feverish pace, some of the old myths, misunderstandings

Six Things to Make a Long Flight More Comfortable »

I carry this in the outside pocket of my carry-on wheelie and move it to my airline seat pocket before shoving the wheelie into the overhead bin.

10 tips for your cruise vacation »

Here are some ways to make the most of this alternative way to travel

“What Would You Do?” Travel Etiquette Tips »

By: Newswire Travel Agent   Travelers weigh-in on saving beach chairs at resorts, kids at adult-only pools, tipping bellman and hotel maids, and more, in a new nationwide survey byTravel Leaders Group. While air travel etiquette – or lack thereof – is a frequent topic of conversation among travelers, there are myriad more common travel scenarios warranting […]

Tips for Packing for a Long Cruise »

By Carolyn Spencer Brown, Editor in Chief Packing for a longer-than-usual voyage has one thing in common with any other cruise: Airlines will limit you to one or two checked bags (sometimes you will have to pay for all, other times you’ll get one free) and will charge you mercilessly if they’re overweight. Otherwise, long […]