What sorts of things do you take with you when you travel?
I was born and raised in New York, so I don’t think much about getting around. The subway is second nature to me, as are trains like Metro North and NJ Transit. I figured there’s plenty of people who may not know how to navigate public transportation. You can save a bunch of money taking the train to Newark Airport. Here’s how to get from Manhattan in New York City to Newark Airport via train, originating at Penn Station, buying a ticket and connecting to AirTrain.
Grand Canyon Railway departs from Williams, Arizona daily to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. Take a step back in time with a ride on this vintage train!
We needed to reposition to Vienna to catch our nonstop flight home. Austrian Air flights from Vienna to Dulles are usually pretty good for award availability. My son loves trains, so that seemed like the best way to get there.
Public transportation is a great option in Sydney. There’s a clean, efficient train system and a comprehensive ferry system which provides great views of the city. Both are affordable.
With only one day in Amsterdam and being a bit tired from a long trip, we decided to go simple for our last family meal. We couldn’t’ have picked a better choice for us!
Airport hotels generally trade on location. Often times the value proposition is a trade-off of comfort and quality for the best location. Sheraton Amsterdam defies that logic.
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…
Athens has a capable Metro system to get you around town. Here’s a couple of tips to make the trip easier.
I wanted to take a quick break from my post about our recent trip to Italy to share a few quick tips on ways to navigate the city. In case you missed the previous posts, here’s a list along with what’s upcoming: United Airlines…