If you’ve ever left for your summer vacation silently hoping your house would still be there — and in good working order — when you returned, you’re not alone.
Laurie Glynne and her family planned to fly to Barbados for the holidays. But then Delta Air Lines stopped flying to the Caribbean island. Can this vacation be saved?
If you’re planning to leave your smartphone or laptop at home when you go on vacation this month, you might want to think again. The unplugged getaway is so last year.
Silicon Valley draws me to it like a powerful magnet, with its Mediterranean climate, irresistible culture of innovation and iconic technology brands that have defined a generation. It pulls in my whole family, which, like many Americans, lives in a world defined by Apple, Facebook and Google.
When Beth Langston faints at the airport and is taken to the hospital, her nonrefundable trip to London is the first casualty. Is her refund DOA?
Travel agents should really stop calling themselves travel agents. Travel advisors is a better word. Or perhaps even travel advocates.
With the busy summer travel season now in full swing, you probably expect the predictable “how to travel this summer” story. Not this year.
Don’t look now, but there’s a guy next to me at the bottom of the chairlift. He’s snowboarding in a swimsuit. And nothing else.
After John Nealon’s bags go missing, his airline sends him shopping. Why won’t it cover the bill?
It’s often the most overlooked travel accessory — an afterthought to your itinerary that barely registers on your packing list.