By Everett Potter Delays and cancellations are the bane of airline passengers. But unless you’re up to speed on airline rules and regulations, you may well have an outdated idea of what you’re entitled to when you fail to make a connection or your flight isn’t leaving the gate anytime
It’s not often that the tables are turned and I’m the subject of an interview, rather than the person crafting and asking the questions. But David Thompson, who pens the well-regarded Dave’s Travel Corner, was in the driver’s seat this time. Here’s my interview with him …
By Everett Potter Day One: Delicious Death and Agatha Christie When the phrase “Delicious Death” is mentioned by one of the docents at Greenway (above), Agatha Christie’s summer home in Devon, it has nothing to do with Miss Marple or Hercule Poirot solving a murder. Here in the sprawling mansion
The view from the kitchen window. Photo by Gayle Potter. By Everett Potter I’ve spent the past few weeks lakeside in western Maine, in a cabin — or “camp” in Maine-speak — that dates back to the 1940’s or earlier, slowing down and trying to remove myself — if only
My friend and colleague, Maribeth Clemente (above), has the best of both worlds: she’s a Francophile who travels frequently to France and she lives in one of the most beautiful mountain towns in the US, the ski town of Telluride.
Karen Roach of the University of Wisconsin Worldview (my grad school alma mater) interviewed me recently on the subject of blogging. Here's the lowdown. When and why did you start your blog? I started my blog, Everett Potter’s Travel Report, in May 2006, largely as a place to write stories
Don George. Interviewed by Everett Potter San Francisco’s Book Passage bookstore is one of the great American independent bookstores. Anyone with more than a passing interest in travel literature also knows it as the home of the Annual Travel Writers and Photographers Conference, which this year has expanded to cover
Walking in Exmoor, overlooking the Bristol Channel. Photo by The Wayfarers. It's time to get out your walking boots, your map of England and your sense of humor. For more than two decades, I've been traveling the world and telling readers like yourself about where to go and how to