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San Antonio, Texas – Top Things to See & Do in Alamo City, the Birth Place of Texas

restaurants along the San Antonio RiverWalkThe sprawling modern metropolis of San Antonio sprang from the cry of "REMEMBER THE ALAMO", with it's famed Riverwalk preserved as an oasis in center of this desert city. Restaurants, shops, spa’s, boutique hotels ... 

5 Selfish Things to LOVE about Solo Travel

quiet time for you!From facing your fears to testing personal limits, confidence will be your first powerful discovery when you travel solo. You’ll learn to measure risks based on experience, not fear of the unknown ...

New Orleans Newbie Guide

jazz at Fritzels on BourbonExperienced New Orleans travelers pace themselves but it’s its easy to get overwhelmed and enjoy some things a little too much (like Bourbon street after midnight). If you’re planning a trip to the Big Easy ...

When Foodies Travel with Non-Foodies

If you find yourself traveling with someone who appreciates food differently than you, don’t let it dampen your travel adventures. A few simple tricks can help you both relish ...

Travel Safety for Women is NOT a Game of Chance!

stay safe when traveling aloneI’ve been traveling by myself for business more than 10 years and I truly believe there are more people in this world who want to help than those who mean harm. And relying on the kindness of strangers isn’t a bad plan ...

Insider Buffalo Travel Guide

exploring Buffalo, New YorkBuffalo, as the second largest city in New York, has loads to offer the urban traveler. Aside from exploring the origins of Buffalo wings, check out GoGirlfriend's guide to find the best eats, sleeps and fun activities Nickel City has to offer ... 

 

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  • On An Open Letter to Hotels Everywhere, Lynn said "I agree on the night light thing. Since hotels have none, I end up keeping the bathroom light on all night with the door ajar. Windows. I understand in the litigious US of A, hotels need to prevent folks from throwing themselves out the windows (or else the hotel could be sued?!!). Ok, fine. But for those of us who dislike A/C and only use it when absolutely necessary, can't we still have the option for some FRESH AIR? There ARE ways to allow windows to open up only so much, while at the same time preventing an entire body from throwing itself out the window. Bedskirts. Am I the only one who gets the skeevies when I see hotel beds with bedskirts that hit the floor? I always had images of food crumbs, bugs, and god only knows what...as being hidden behind that bedskirt. I'd much rather a bedskirt that's at least 2" above the (usually carpetted) floor. Towels. Can't we get nicer towels that don't feel like cardboard? Carpetting. Am I the only one who never walks barefoot in a hotel room ...esp when there's carpet? Blech. I'm sure those things are very rarely cleaned. "
  • On How to Choose a Cruise Ship Cabin on Your Next Cruise, Tinu said "Thank you for this post! I was dragging my feet about going on a cruise. Now that I know there's such a thing as a balcony cabin, I can't wait to book a trip!"
  • On Travel Advice for Visiting a New Country, NJB said "Hi Stacy, great article! Just wanted to say, you can get an international SIM card that works in multiple countries and on cruise ships. They're not quite as cheap as a SIM card from the country you're visiting, but they're cheaper than a roaming plan on your domestic SIM and will save you a lot of time if you're visiting several countries. I got mine from Telestial, which also offers a range of cheap travel phones and other useful products (adapters, etc)."


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