Take a relaxing getaway this spring.
Fiesta, Jazz and Robots!
From comic books shows to chili cook-offs, fun fairs and festivals are held all across America. Whatever your interest, I’m sure someone, somewhere is celebrating it.
Visit some of the most beautiful, historic places and eat some of the most amazing food in the world. This is where you should visit and what you should do in La Citta Eterna, “The Eternal City,” also known as Rome!
It’s that time of year when students take a break from their studies and let their collective hair down. . . when spring fever hits and hits hard. . . when freshmen and seniors alike live to party hearty and stay up late. Where are the hot spots this year? Keeping reading…
Nebraska author Jeff Barnes promotes his brand new historical travel guide about George Custer’s activity on the Great Plains on Thursday, March 8, at 7:00 p.m. at the library. Get ready for a great program!
If you own a Smartphone, then you should be utilizing various apps to help you travel with more ease. The apps mentioned in this blog are available on both android and apple Smartphones.
Why wait for Opening Day? Plan a trip to Arizona or Florida for pre-season baseball excitement.
Head north to Minnesota for a change of scenery and some outdoor recreation before the spring snowmelt.
Traveling Europe by train…does the phrase conjure up old world elegance ala “Murder on the Orient Express” or no frills, high-speed efficiency for you? Take a peek into top European destinations by train and see what you need to add to your bucket list.
This year Kansas City made Frommer’s Top 10 Best Destination Trips of 2012. Their museums alone made the list, but there are so many attractions that should be mentioned for an adult outing to learning about history to fun trips for the whole family. It may be time to rethink Kansas City as a vacation destination!
Are you tired of paying high prices to stand in line to take off your shoes and then stuff yourself into a barely-big-enough seat that might be next to a miniscule window you can barely see out of? (I’m speaking of air travel, in case you didn’t recognize it.) Consider traveling by train, for business and especially for pleasure.