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Driving In Italy – One Common Mistake Could Cost You A Bundle!

Driving In Italy – One Common Mistake Could Cost You A Bundle!

Beware The Speed Monitoring Traffic Machine! It seems the exuberant Italians have a new love, the inexpensive speed monitoring traffic machine!  After the introduction of this nifty traffic snapping photography machine a few years ago, Italian authorities have become true devotees of this technology –  snapping photos of unsuspecting motorists going a mile or two […]

January 11, 2010 | By | 1 Reply More
Celebrate Chinese New Year With Great Deals In San Francisco

Celebrate Chinese New Year With Great Deals In San Francisco

No city outside of Asia celebrates Chinese New Year with such exuberance and fan fare as San Francisco.  (Over 600,000 firecrackers make quite an impression!)  The entire month of February is dotted with celebrations that culminate with the grand parade and community fair on February 27th.  2010 is the Year of the Tiger with New […]

January 9, 2010 | By | Reply More
Washinton DC Eats It's Own!

Washinton DC Eats It's Own!

It’s time for the Washington carnivores to come out of the smoky back rooms and step out to enjoy Restaurant Week in Washington DC – January 11-17. More than 180 eating establishments will be participating next week. Set price 3 course lunch menus will be $20.10 per person, and 3 course diners $35.10. Beverages, gratuities […]

January 8, 2010 | By | Reply More
World's Tallest Snowman's Village Celebrates Winter!

World's Tallest Snowman's Village Celebrates Winter!

Bethel Maine Celebrates WinterFest. The picture perfect snow dusted town of Bethel Maine (just down mountain from Sunday River Ski Resort) proudly holds the title for the World’s Tallest Snowman (113 feet, 7 inches)  AND the Tallest SnowWoman (122 feet, 1 inch).   I just loved her curly eyelashes made out of full size skis!  […]

January 7, 2010 | By | 4 Replies More
Skip Right Past The Long Airport Lines With VIP Assistance

Skip Right Past The Long Airport Lines With VIP Assistance

One of the most tedious aspects of traveling internationally is dealing with the long lines at screening stations, and delays at immigration and customs.  If you could only be treated like a VIP… with an escort to whisk you through… wouldn’t that be great?  Well now you can have an airport assistant at your side […]

January 5, 2010 | By | Reply More
Pies On Parade – Take A Bite Out Of Winter

Pies On Parade – Take A Bite Out Of Winter

Few things in life are as deliciously indulgent as settling down with a warm slice of fresh baked pie on a snowy winter’s day.  Forget the resolutions to deny yourself in the New Year and commit instead to tasting some of the best pies in New England for the benefit of charity.  The Historic Inns […]

January 4, 2010 | By | Reply More
Where The Bargains Are – Travel Trends for 2010

Where The Bargains Are – Travel Trends for 2010

It’s clear that 2009 was a year of deep discounts that stretched the nerves of hotel and resort owners across the globe.  Will the travel industry see a rebound in the coming year or will we see even greater discounts to tempt budget conscious consumers to travel? We’ve polished our crystal ball, and here are […]

January 2, 2010 | By | 2 Replies More
New TSA Security Regulations

New TSA Security Regulations

Here is an excellent article from Frommers.com that details the changes in play this week including what to expect, new TSA procedures, and tips for getting through security with the least delay. Important note:  Although the news media have been reporting that all passengers must remain in their seats for the last hour of a […]

December 28, 2009 | By | Reply More
New IRS Mileage Rate for 2010

New IRS Mileage Rate for 2010

Usually at this time of year everyone anticipates a hike in the IRS mileage rate.  Surprise!!  In 2010 the rate is going down – the 55 cent allowance for 2009 is being lowered to 50 cents per mile.  The IRS predicts a generally lower transportation cost for the coming year than for last year.  Let’s […]

December 27, 2009 | By | Reply More
At Last – New Aviation Regulations For Flight Delays

At Last – New Aviation Regulations For Flight Delays

In the midst of all the noise about health care reform and the crush of preparing for the holidays, you may have missed the good news about the new federal aviation regulations that limit the time airline passengers can be delayed on tarmacs to 3 hours.  No longer will you risk being held hostage on […]

December 22, 2009 | By | Reply More