Belgium and Netherlands Tour: September, 2015!

    There is a new post about this tour, there are still limited spots available but please go here! Looking for a great guided tour of Amsterdam and Brussels to enjoy two of Europe’s most beautiful cities, while indulging in delicious food, some of the world’s best beers and enjoying fantastic day trips? Then…

10 Tips to Save Big on Plane Tickets

  By Alex Kallimanis: It’s been awhile since we’ve written on the cheapest way to buy plane tickets, so it’s time to re-visit this subject with fresh tips. While there are a lot of new online travel agents out there, many of them are currently owned by Expedia and Priceline (the USA’s two biggest online…

Travel Between Boston and DC: Pros and Cons of Options

We’ve become regular travelers between Boston and Washington D.C, making the trip many times over the course of a couple years. Bell’s company’s home office is located in Bethesda, Maryland which is conveniently connected to Washington, D.C. via a short 20 minute metro ride. The first two times we flew but this time I decided…

Why You Shouldn’t Travel For Valentine’s Day

We’ve been together for ten years and have traveled to over forty countries, but something we’ve never done together is travel for Valentine’s Day. This year won’t be any different as we’ll be staying home in Boston on February 14th. Here’s some reasons not to feel guilty if you don’t have the most romantic holiday…

Columbia Center in Seattle: Best View of the City

  By Alex¬† The most iconic image of Seattle is the Space Needle, the tower built for the 1962 World’s Fair. Standing at 605 feet tall and being one of the first structures in the world with a revolving dining room, it’s such a popular attraction that you should be prepared to wait at least…