Discoveries

By Everett Potter If the sight of your fellow passengers relaxing in premium economy has you filled with envy as you squeeze into your tiny seat, you’re not alone. It seems like every airline has reconfigured their aircraft to provide a few rows of seats that offer just that much

By Richard West I am here to help you win your next Pub Travel Quiz. Question one: what is Europe’s newest nation and capital? Answer, Slovakia and Bratislava, est. 1993. Question two: what are the world’s two closest national capitals? Answer, Vienna and Bratislava, 40 kms., one hour apart via

Dive into the issues affecting our oceans with ocean expert, marine biologist and author Dr. Wallace J. Nichols. “J” has dedicated his career to studying the intersection of neuroscience and the ocean– what became known as the Blue Movement.  Join OTPYM Founder Michaela Guzy as we learn how our oceans are so much more valuable than

Story & photos by Deborah Loeb Bohren While Cuba may be world-renowned for the three B’s — ballet, boxing and baseball — in addition to their legendary cigars, the first thing that comes to mind for most Americans are the classic American cars of their parents and grandparents. Frozen in

By Liliane Opsomer There is a lot to enjoy right now at Universal Orlando, and the upcoming shoulder season comes with great deals and lower park attendance, which allow for a more leisurely visit. If you have not experienced the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, at both Hogsmeade at Islands

By Everett Potter The employee with the most misunderstood job in any hotel must be the concierge. Often stationed alone at a desk or podium, their role is to assist hotel guests, but their function seems to be only hazily understood by many travelers. Here are five myths about the

By Everett Potter Say the word “hostel” to an American traveler and it may well conjure up their first, youthful backpacking trip through Europe. Hosteling still appeals to young Americans exploring Europe for the first time, but it has broadened its appeal to today’s travelers. Here are five myths about

By Gary Walther At 2:37pm on Sunday, July 24th, Nikki Beach St.Barth went critical. It was Super Hero Party Day and Spiderman, Wonder Woman, and assorted other comic book characters emerged from the kitchen headed for a table of eight. The chief prop was a large-format bottle of Taittinger, sparkler

By Everett Potter We are in the midst of the busy summer travel season, which means that many travelers are dealing with jet lag as they fly from coast to coast, head to Europe or journey to Asia and Africa. But what is jet lag and is there anything you

Longtime contributor Larry Olmsted has written an important and groundbreaking book about the food that we eat every day, Real Food, Fake Food: Why You Don’t Know What You’re Eating and What You Can Do About It. It’s already on the The New York Times Bestseller List and you can probably