Top 10 Things to Do in Washington DC When the Weather Sucks (most FREE)

1. Union Station: If the architecture alone doesn’t keep you enthralled for a good, long time, then perhaps the many choices of shopping, dining and site seeing might. Each Christmas season Union Station hosts a neat toy train exhibit too- free for all to see.Union Station is an active transportation hub, so be prepared fr crowds of tourists and commuters alike. 2.Pentagon City Mall: A … Continue reading Top 10 Things to Do in Washington DC When the Weather Sucks (most FREE)

UPDATE: 2009 Holiday Travel: So far so… slow

2PM on the East Coast and the madness has begun at airports across the nation on this, the heaviest travel day of the year. Here are some highlights: Currently, it is being reported that check-in lines at LAX are out the door. Every door. Reports from Houston, TX say so-far so smooth, which is good considering the AAA says more than 3 million Texans will … Continue reading UPDATE: 2009 Holiday Travel: So far so… slow

SPECIAL REPORT: 2009 Holiday Last Minute Travel Tips

UPDATE: How to get You & Your Kids through Holiday Security Fast Prepare, prepare, prepare. Separate these items from the liquids, gels, and aerosols in your quart-size and zip-top bag. Declare you have the items to one of our Security Officers at the security checkpoint.  Carrying breast milk, or formula? Click here for my report on what’s allowed and how to get through security fast. … Continue reading SPECIAL REPORT: 2009 Holiday Last Minute Travel Tips

US is #1 in Travel

So says a new report out today. The fifth Annual Country Brand Index is a reports conducted by global brand consultancy FutureBrands, along with PR giant Weber Schandwick. The report takes into account any given country’s business and leisure travel trends (including tourism), economic state and political position on the global stage. This is the first time the United States has been listed as number … Continue reading US is #1 in Travel

TRAVEL TIP: via letters from readers

Laurel writes: I’m a first time Mom with an ten week old baby boy. Next week we’ll be making our first trip to visit his grandparents and I’d love some advice. We are flying out of the country and I’m pretty nervous. Any tips on how to negotiate airports and planes with a baby would be well received. Hi Laurel! You’ve come to the right … Continue reading TRAVEL TIP: via letters from readers