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August 31, 2010

The man I call the Godfather of Travel, Arthur Frommer, just returned from London, and blogged about it. Being away too long from London is something we have in common, and I’m still overdue for a return visit. “I firmly believe that every human being should go there at least yearly,R.../ ➝

August 30, 2010

QUESTION: When is a bargain fare not a bargain fare? ANSWER: When it’s a low-ball rate that doesn’t include everything you’ll be charged for. Don’t let the airlines bait-and-switch you. While you’re reading this, someone somewhere is online in search of an airfare bargain — and t.../ ➝

August 29, 2010

And no, the ones under his eyes don’t count! We told you in last week’s Sunday Travel Digest about Rolf Potts, writer and traveler, who’s doing a ’round-the-world trip with no bags. Not non checked bags. Not no carry-on bags. Not so much as a fanny pack. No bags, period. Airl.../ ➝

August 29, 2010

A roundup of the good, bad and bizarre from the world of travel THE WORLD ON YOUR SHOULDERS Every year, travelers in the know save tons of money by ignoring the major holidays and doing their traveling during the so-called “shoulder seasons.” Maybe you could be one of them. The upcoming .../ ➝

August 28, 2010

A country without a memory is a country of madmen. — George Santayana, 1863 − 1962 The New York Times evoked a memory recently with a story about the Green Book, published between 1936 and 1964 by Harlem’s Victor H. Green. To really understand it, you need its full title: “The Negro Motorist.../ ➝

August 27, 2010

One of an occasional series introducing black travelers and their Web sites SITE: Try Anything Once This blogging sister has a split-personality passion — half-foodie, half traveler. And she’s perfectly positioned to pursue both. For one thing, she’s in New York. How can you not be.../ ➝

August 26, 2010

Good old American Airlines. They can’t be bothered carrying out government-required maintenance on their airplanes, but they’ll gladly charge you extra to sit in the front of one. Who’s running this outfit, Alfred. E. Neuman? Every time I think the airline industry can’t poss.../ ➝

August 26, 2010

Fellow writer and traveler Jools Stone of Scotland is a man after my own heart, which is to say, he loves traveling on trains as much as I do. Jools has put together great list of valuable rail travel sites, especially for riding the rails in Europe. You’ll find it on his blog, He Thought [&he.../ ➝

August 26, 2010

By BENÉT WILSON After my column earlier this month on what my dream U.S. airport would look like, several of my Twitter followers faulted me for not including non-U.S. airports on my list.  So here’s what Aviation Queen International Airport would look like if it were built, say, to re.../ ➝

August 22, 2010

The good, bad and bizarre from the world’s best travel media DON’T LET THE BEDBUGS BITE! No, this is not a flashback to some distant period in travel history. From the grungiest hostel to the toniest five-star hotel, bedbugs can be an issue when you travel. The best way to escape the ann.../ ➝