Cruise Travel Tips

  • The Travel Advisor: Surviving the ever-shrinking size of airline seats If I were to ask the average person, “What is pitch?” I’d get a multitude of answers. For me, pitch is the distance between successive points or lines, and seat pitch refers to the space between a point on one seat and the same point on the seat in front …
  • British Columbia road trip: the art of getting lost The best road trips have few set plans. They’re about the thrill of discovery, of not knowing what comes next. Forget detailed itineraries that look like a shopping list. As Kerouac said: “There was nowhere to go but everywhere, so just keep rolling under …
  • High days & holidays The family holiday can be fraught with stress and drama. But while it may, at times, leave parents screaming ‘why have we done this?’, it can also be an enjoyable and fun experience. Like most things in life, it just needs some forward planning to ensure …
  • Dream brings steamboat to Saratoga Lake Photo: John Carl D'Annibale Captain Hal Raven, owner of Adirondack Cruise & Charter Co., pilots the General Schuyler, a 50 foot classic 1900’s style Fantail Launch on a tour of Saratoga Lake Tuesday June 26, 2018 in Saratoga Springs, NY. (John …
  • “How was study abroad?” Last semester I was abroad in Buenos Aires, Argentina with a non-Duke program called “Transnationalism and Comparative Development in South America.” With a group of 14 other American students, I have taken classes on comparative development, …
  • Friday's Best Deals: Nordstrom Anniversary Sale, Wayfair Home Decor, Instant Pot, and More Huge sales at Nordstrom and Wayfair, $25 off an Instant Pot, and many more kick off today’s best deals. Bookmark Kinja Deals and follow us on Twitter and Facebook, or sign up for our newsletter to never miss a deal. If you’re ready to make the switch to a …
  • Meet the crew behind Disney on Ice Stacey Morrison's tips on how you (and kids too) can get the most out of Disney on Ice. One of the perks of parenthood is satisfying your inner child by taking your children to events that are seemingly "for the kids" but actually have your …
  • This Week In Credit Card News: Card Tips For College Students; Why Bank Branches Are Disappearing 5 Tips If You're Packing a Credit Card for College In 2009, nearly 84% of college undergraduates had at least one credit card. Seniors were graduating with an average credit card debt of more than $4,100 in 2009, up from about $2,900 in 2004. By 2016, …
  • Chicago: The power of art, creativity and design ABOVE PHOTO:  Chicago skyline  (Photo: Roman Slavik / shutterstock)   By Renée S. Gordon Great Fire Plaque (Photo: Renée S. Gordon) Chicago is known as the “Second City” because on October 8, 1871 the Great Chicago Fire destroyed the “first” city, …
  • It's kind of like infrastructure déjà vu With help from Tanya Snyder, Brianna Gurciullo and Lauren Gardner OMG ANOTHER INFRASTRUCTURE WEEK: Just when you thought infrastructure policy was dead, hold your horses — Rep. Bill Shuster (R-Pa.) plans to put out a discussion draft of an infrastructure …
  • Travel photographer reveals how women can travel solo safely Michele Frolla, 33, from Sydney, makes a living out of jet setting and knows the ins and outs of what makes a perfect trip. And while she has spent plenty of time on the road in amazing places, she has also picked up a few tips and tricks about staying …
  • Sesame Street helps military families transition to civilian life Abby shows drawings of dad’s and mom’s homes. (Photo by Richard Termine) Sesame Street understands military life brings many changes. When you are getting ready to transition to civilian life, so is the entire family. The good news: You’ve got this! All …
  • An underwhelming start to an Alaskan cruise I am being branded. In a windowless town hall in Juneau, they are handing out name tag lanyards at the start of our southeast Alaskan ‘UnCruise’ cruise. ‘Geoff?’ ‘Yup,’ I say, rising from my seat, but I am beaten to the lanyard by someone else claiming my …
  • $10 item has this Coast flight attendant hooked It has this flight attendant "obsessed" and now we want to try it too. Alexandra Cosoff, 28, has been a flight attendant with Emirates for nearly six years and says when it comes to her carry-on, you'll always find a $10 bottle of Mario …
  • 4 Simple Tips to Stay Healthy on Your Next Trip Traveling can take a toll on your health, said Dr. Douglas Kaiden, medical director of Priority Private Care, an emergency care facility in New York City. “Flying and being in new destinations makes you vulnerable to all sorts of illness and injuries,” he …
  • $10 item has this flight attendant hooked It has this flight attendant “obsessed” and now we want to try it too. Alexandra Cosoff, 28, has been a flight attendant with Emirates for nearly six years and says when it comes to her carry-on, you’ll always find a $10 bottle of Mario Badescu rosewater …
  • Places 22 and 23 of 52: Cheeky Surprises in Bristol, and a ‘Wee Look Around’ Glasgow Our columnist, Jada Yuan, is visiting each destination on our 52 Places to Go in 2018 list. This dispatch brings her to two stops in the United Kingdom — Bristol, England and Glasgow, Scotland; Bristol took the No. 51 spot on the list and Glasgow was No. …
  • Pack an old prescription bottle and NEVER pack a towel: The travel hacks EVERYONE should know When packing for an overseas trip it can be a challenge to pack everything you need in the one bag. But one seasoned traveller has revealed the 'travel hacks' she swears by for fitting everything in and ensuring her trips are a breeze every time …
  • Man ties gun to weather balloon, fakes own murder Photo: Anita Garnett / For Hearst Connecticut Media FILE – A weather balloon. FILE – A weather balloon. Photo: Anita Garnett / For Hearst Connecticut Media Image 3 of 15 | Kevin Collins Kevin was 10 when he disappeared off the streets of San …
  • 71-year-old man fakes own murder with balloon, police say Photo: Anita Garnett / For Hearst Connecticut Media FILE – A weather balloon. FILE – A weather balloon. Photo: Anita Garnett / For Hearst Connecticut Media Image 3 of 15 | Kevin Collins Kevin was 10 when he disappeared off the streets of San …
  • BEAUTY CLINIC: Stop your make-up melting! BEAUTY CLINIC: Stop your make-up melting! By Jo Fairley and Sarah Stacey for the Daily Mail Published: 19:02 EDT, 14 July 2018 | Updated: 19:02 EDT, 14 July 2018  Jo and Sarah answer real questions from readers: to put your query, go to beautybible.com  Q …
  • The best iPhone 8 Plus cases and covers Apple’s latest iPhone rangeincludes the most desirable iPhones yet. The iPhone 8 Plus is the biggest of the bunch, with a beefed-up A11 processor, a dual-camera setup, and more power than you can shake a stick at. It’s no ugly nerd, either. Thanks to an …
  • Faster and farther: Bulls Cross E8 electric bike review Eric Bangeman reader comments 0 As the managing editor of Ars Technica, one of my duties is to monitor the daily torrent of news tips and PR emails. The overwhelming majority of them is deleted after a glance, and the news tips and story ideas are passed …
  • Decluttering guru Marie Kondo shares her top packing tips Packing for a holiday, if you have limited room, can be tricky business.  Marie Kondo, the tidying expert famed for her worldwide best-selling book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, has revealed that there's a streamlined way to pack, one based …
  • Tippi Thole cuts down her trash to a small mason jar each week A woman has eliminated so much waste from her day-to-day life that she has managed to reduce her trash can to just a tiny Mason jar. Tippi Thole  - a graphic designer who lives near Montreal, Canada - thought she was environmentally friendly with how she …
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