Travel On The Dollar:
Thailand imposes martial law and what a traveler needs to know
Ljubljana Walking Tour for #Kindle, #Nook, #iBookStore and other e-readers.
Keret House in Warsaw is world’s thinnest home
We are celebrating the summer season by offering our walking tour guides in English, German and Spanish, for Amazon Kindle and Barnes & Noble Nook, for SALE starting at just $1.99 (equivalent GBP and EUR prices).
Photo: Paris, France
Photo: Pacific Coast Highway, California
Photo: Art at New York City
Savings of $2000 off unrestricted roundtrip Business Class fares, $750 off restricted roundtrip Business Class fares sold only via emirates.com/us. Deal expires March 2, 2012.
Photos: Rio de Janerio Carnival 2012
United Airlines today announced plans to launch daily, nonstop flights between its New York hub, Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR), and Istanbul (IST), effective July 1, 2012, subject to government approval. Westbound service from Istanbul begins July 2.
New website CruiseWise is dedicated to booking cruises and has launched today. The startup aims to simplify the online cruise booking process, bringing it up to par with what you find now when booking hotels or flights.
The time you'd spend on looking for flights for that next great vacation may be spent on some worth while things like walking your dog or having a good meal with friends. But you must book those flights, so what do you do? Simple. You go to Flightfox for the absolute best deal.
The FAA Modernization and Safety Improvement Act of 2012, more commonly known as the Federal Aviation Administration Reauthorization Bill, has passed in congress. Flyers' Rights website list some of the positive ways a passenger will benefit and additional rights you may have as a passenger, there are a lot of questions one may ask:
We are introducing out brand new series of travel guides for Amazon Kindle, called “48 hours in…”. The first guide is for the ‘City of Gold’, as they call it, and a holy city of three religions, Jerusalem.
Take a walk through the Old Town of Rīga, which is the capital of Latvia, the largest city in the Baltic States, and the second-largest city of the Eastern Baltic.
British company Cobalt Light Systems says they've developed a scanning machine that could put an end to those pesky restrictions that ban liquids in carry-on luggage.