When I think of a ‘good traveler’, I think of my best friend Paul. A tough kid from Jersey, Paul makes an excellent flight attendant and world traveler because he can roll with the punches if plans change, mingle at a red carpet party in Hollywood, or charm my grandmother at a family reunion. He […]More
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Sometimes you find that you only have one day to explore a new destination. This is often the case with my job as a flight attendant. I tend to get 24-30 hours on a typical international layover, so I’ve become skilled at making the most of a short time in a new city. This month […]More
My very first cruise was in March of this year – a seven-night Mexican Riviera cruise departing from San Diego, with stops in Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlán, and Cabo San Lucas. I’d never been on a boat for such a long time, so I didn’t know what to expect – though I did have an idea of […]More
London is an expensive city in its own right, but for Americans and our weak, weak US dollar, everything is literally twice as expensive. That does not mean that you can’t or shouldn’t make a trip to Londontown as there are lots of budget friendly things to do and places to eat. I’m here to […]More
We all need and deserve a getaway once in a while. Stress builds up in our lives and we need to unwind, let our worries go and find inner peace. That was my goal over a long layover in laid-back Portland, Oregon, where people are friendly and individuality is celebrated. What better place to take […]More