There have been so many great fare sales to Europe lately. If you’re thinking about a trip to Europe, it’s such a great time to book something affordable.
I don’t claim to have the greatest memory in the world. Truth be told, my wife has a better memory than I do (don’t tell her!). But, every year we have a great way to remember all the family trips we’ve taken. I love seeing our kids reminisce.
Fare sales like this don’t come along often. Lots and lots of cities available. If you’re thinking of booking, it might be worth taking advantage of the ability to cancel within 24 hours while you think about it.
Welcome to my multi-part review of our summer vacation. We spent 12 days abroad, predominately in Athens and Paris (and a half day in Amsterdam before heading home). Happy to answer questions as I finish up the series. We traveled in mid-July, so right in the middle of the Athens financial crisis. Here’s most of what I expect to cover, including links to posts I’ve already completed: Planning Our Summer Vacation! British Airways First and Business Class Lounges at Philadelphia Airport US Airways Business Class from Philadelphia to Athens […]
Paris has lots to offer for the food lover. As in most big cities, not all the best restaurants are at “Main and Main”. A bit of research prior to traveling and the right questions while in Paris will yield pleasurable dining.
Macarons are a treat our family has become somewhat addicted to. Anyone that’s seen my sweet tooth shouldn’t be surprised. These tasty treats can be found all over Paris. Here’s our thoughts on 3 popular choices.