In wine resorts, luxury travel has become rustic

As the age of the cruise ship and Disney Resort fades, two values ​​come to dominate the desires of the modern traveler: first-hand experience and cultural authenticity. These travelers abandon the spoiled environment of past visitors for a more natural environment, and value the experience. During a visit only. Add to that another arrogant trend … Read more

Homes Fit for the King of Rock and Roll: A Peek at Elvis Presley’s Abundant Properties

With the Elvis story slated to hit theaters this month, we’ve decided to take a peek at the many harmonious homes of music legend Elvis Presley. Everyone knows he’s in Graceland, but the King of Rock and Roll had a number of other places he called home. Over the decades, many of the places Presley … Read more

20 minutes with: luxury travel expert Amina Belouizdad Porter

Amina Belouizdad Porter, co-CEO of PS, formerly known as The Private Suite. Courtesy of Amina Belouizdad Porter font size Amina Belouizdad Porter is not afraid to take the least crowded route. The co-CEO of PS, formerly known as The Private Suite, has lived in seven different cities, speaks five languages, and has a successful career … Read more

Airlines are facing a severe shortage of pilots as the summer travel season approaches

Carolina Larson was in her mid-30s working at an investment bank in New York City when she overheard a co-worker talking about flying lessons. Soon she was taking lessons at the same flight school and planning to change her profession. “I emptied my 401(k) and maxed out my credit card and borrowed money from friends,” … Read more

IF YOU WAIT FOR THE RIGHT TIME TO TRAVEL, YOU MAY NEVER DO IT – Seniors assess risk as COVID cases soar

If you’re a retiree considering summer travel either domestically or overseas, and you’re hesitating, it’s no surprise – there’s plenty to consider. “When considering travel, weigh the risks,” says Dr. Stuart Campbell Ray, MD, professor of medicine with experience in COVID-19 at Johns Hopkins Medicine. Nobody wants to get sick on vacation. However, if you … Read more

The ‘Vengeance Journey’ started in 2021, but really comes back with revenge in the summer of 2022

The term “revenge travel” has become a popular way to describe consumers dusting off their itineraries that have been halted by the pandemic, but 2022 is poised to be an even bigger payoff for dog days in 2020. That’s because travel and all of its incidental spending is back even stronger compared to last year, … Read more

Tricks to find summer travel bargains

The majority of Americans — 7 out of 10 — plan to travel in the next 12 months for leisure, according to a February NerdWallet poll. Many Americans are looking to travel this summer, and most are hoping to find a good deal. Air travel is almost back to pre-pandemic levels. The number of travelers … Read more

Travel is recovering, but travel stock is recovering. Here where the opportunities.

Travelers’ Dream: Spring in Paris. Work at some online travel agencies has almost doubled. AFP/Getty Images font size After two years of staying put, Americans are once again planning their summer vacations, giving a huge boost to the travel industry. So why are investors staying away from the trip? Airlines hinted at recovery when it … Read more

Before canceling your subscription to Science

Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. picture: Elise Amendola/The Associated Press Where does one go about scientific reports that have not become politicized? It’s a difficult question to answer when examining a facility’s academic journals. But there are a few events this week that have made this column wonder if a return to strictness is just … Read more

Before canceling your subscription to Science

Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. picture: Elise Amendola/The Associated Press Where does one go about scientific reports that have not become politicized? It’s a difficult question to answer when examining a facility’s academic journals. But there are a few events this week that have made this column wonder if a return to strictness is just … Read more