Smart Traveler

By Everett Potter Given the high cost of medical treatment in the US, it’s no surprise that medical tourism is booming. An increasing number of Americans are heading abroad, pairing travel with treatments, largely to save money. Answering the call is Doctours, a Los Angeles-based online platform for booking trips

  By Monique Burns  Any American traveler who’s ever flown a domestic carrier to a major U.S. gateway to board an international carrier knows that airline partnerships are key. Travel becomes practically seamless.  A single itinerary outlines connecting flights and baggage is checked through to your final destination. There’s no

By Larry Olmsted Airline upgrades usually come in dribs and drabs, tweaking existing services, so when an entirely new cabin product is launched it is big news. This is especially true when it is from the carrier serving more destinations than any other airline in the world, and the U.S.

By John Lampl If you love plane-spotting and are a military airplane geek and your body shivers and quivers every time you see a collection of life-sized fighter and bomber aircraft, then where you want to zoom off to is Ogden Utah, home of the best flying collection west of

By Everett Potter The discovery of eight bodies on the streets of the city of Cancun, Mexico on August 23 not only raised the idea of safety in Mexico yet again but cast a fresh light on the US State Department’s new travel warning system, which was rolled out in

Receiving a thorough diagnosis from master pulse reader Dr Smita Naram. Credit Ayushakti Clinic. By Buzzy Gordon A travel writer who specializes in gastronomy reveals how he maintains his weight and health, despite overindulging on trips and in restaurants I first learned about Ayurveda — India’s ancient, holistic system of

By Neil Wolkodoff Fly for any length of time and you are likely to get a little swelling in your legs and possibly some cramps.  Then there’s the dreaded walk off the plane, robot-style. Alas, planes don’t come equipped with recumbent bikes that allow you to cycle along and keep

Hurricane season arrives on June 1 and runs through November 30. Are you ready? In case you may have forgotten, 2017 was extremely active and brought 17 named storms, 10 hurricanes and 6 major hurricanes There are islands in the Caribbean such as Puerto Rico, Dominica and Barbuda that are still in deep

  By Bill Triplett When you’ve got a long flight ahead of you, few things are more comforting than the thought of a cushy seat in business class. On a recent trip from New York to Santiago, Chile – about 10 hours over 5,000 miles, as the 787 flies – I had

  by Geri Bain Nestled into the Tuscan hills, just a 40 minute drive from Siena and within walking and biking distance of many historic and picturesque towns, Hotel Adler Thermae Spa and Relax Resort, covered in a recent article  makes a wonderful home base for enjoying Tuscany.  The resort