5 Great European Weekend Escapes for Fall

October 6, 2017Articles, Europe, U.S. News

U.S. News Travel, October 6, 2017 ||These days, many popular European hot spots are getting overcrowded, with cities such as Venice, Italy, and Barcelona, Spain, looking to limit tourism. Summer is when these visitor numbers often hit their peak, resulting in higher prices, especially on weekends. But if you travel to Europe in the fall … Read More

8 Best Apps for an Airport Layover

June 14, 2017Articles, U.S. News

U.S. News Travel, June 14 2017 || Got time to kill between your flights? You’ll want to make sure your phone is loaded with these essential apps, which help you navigate the airport, skip long lines and more. LoungeBuddy (Free; iOS and Android). Need a shower? Want to relax with a drink? Airport lounges offer Wi-Fi, charging outlets, food and … Read More

5 Night Tours Worth Staying Up For

May 16, 2017Articles, U.S. News

U.S. News Travel May 16, 2017 || Instead of embracing vibrant nightlife scenes with live music, cocktails and riotous parties, consider experiencing the best of a city with a memorable night tour. These unique tours are becoming more popular, as they offer a chance to see sights that many other travelers don’t get to experience. After … Read More

10 Must-Sees for Every Beer-Loving Traveler

April 14, 2017Articles, U.S. News

U.S. News Travel on April 14, 2017 || Raise a glass to beer travel. These days, with craft beer’s rise in popularity, it’s easy for even casual drinkers to explore local drafts and bottles wherever they are. But if you’re really into the world of brewing, set your sights on these top attractions, which celebrate beer, … Read More

The Most Instagrammable ‘Love Walls’ in the World

February 14, 2017Articles, Conde Nast Traveler

Conde Nast Traveler – February 2017  || Need a backdrop for that Valentine’s ‘gram? Find a love wall. What is a love wall? Exactly what it sounds like—an expression of love captured on the facade of a building, structure, or public space. Sometimes these walls are impromptu, like New York’s “Subway Therapy” wall comprised of … Read More

How to Visit Washington D.C. for Inauguration Weekend

January 5, 2017Articles, Fodor's, Washington DC

January 5, 2017 on Fodors.com || All eyes will be on Washington D.C. this January for Inauguration Weekend. The city’s preparing for over 1 million visitors, coming in for everything from celebrations to protests to getting a glimpse of history. Here’s a quick guide to visiting Washington for the Inauguration, the Women’s March on Washington, or … Read More

The Ultimate Guide to the National Mall

December 15, 2016Articles, U.S. News, Washington DC

December 15, 2016 on U.S. News Travel || No trip to the District of Columbia is complete without a visit to the National Mall. The site of presidential inaugurations, historic protest marches and a brand-new Smithsonian museum, this 2-mile-long grassy lawn that runs through the heart of the nation’s capital sees over 25 million visitors … Read More