Fellow travelers, it’s not too soon to start thinking about your 2018 itineraries. “Travelers, here’s what to expect in 2018”
If you’re a little paranoid, you’re going to love this summer travel season. “These gadgets and apps will help you travel worry-free”
Heather Gorawski says she never lied about her nationality when she visited Nicaragua recently. But she didn’t go out of her way to reveal she was American, either. “Is it safe to travel abroad in the Donald Trump era?”
Jocelyn Holgado knew that her reservation at the Hôtel de Varenne in Paris was nonrefundable. But then the terrorist attacks on Paris happened, and the world suddenly felt more dangerous, and she figured the Varenne might make an exception.
“Is it safe to travel to Europe?”
Do you have the right to room on a plane?
If you answered “no,” you’re probably with the majority of American travelers. After all, airlines are private companies, and you always have the option of paying more for an upgraded seat, don’t you?
“Space wars are shifting to the human rights front”
Ashley Norris’ hotel reservation on Hotwire is a surprise — and not a good one. The hotel is in a neighborhood that’s not exactly known for its safety. Can she get a refund?
“Help! My Hotwire hotel is in a dangerous neighborhood”
Would it surprise you if I said consumers don’t believe the personal and financial data they submit to corporations is safe?
“Your customer data isn’t safe, but here’s how to protect it”