Posts written by: Michelle Erickson
So, in honor of those looking for something really spooky this All Hallows’ Eve, the Fly.com team is sharing some of its favorite haunted locations from our own travels within the U.S. Visit them if you dare – we have!
Despite the bars along the beach-front strip – that try to entice passing pedestrians in the evening hours – Puerto Vallarta (during the day) offers up a number of unique and kid-friendly activities from dolphins to tigers and even pirates.
Costa Rica is nothing short of a magical destination; especially if you are looking to find a slice of paradise close to North America. The scenery is truly spectacular and the vibe of the country is very relaxed and pura vida. Best of all the dry season, which is just [...]
Since moving to the Bay Area in 2001, I’ve been fortunate to visit many California coastal destinations, from Bodega Bay and Sonoma in the north to San Diego in the south. However my favorite stretch of coastline runs from San Francisco to Los Angeles.
Did you know that September 9th is Grandparents Day? In 1978, Jimmy Carter declared that the first Sunday after Labor Day be set aside to honor the enriching impact that grandparents have on our daily lives.
Most people who travel today carry some kind of electronic device with them as they board the plane. I am no exception. When flying with my family I often take a portable DVD player to keep the kids entertained. And when flying for business, I will take my laptop so [...]
“Mind your P’s and Q’s” was an expression I heard a lot growing up in England. Essentially it means watch your manners. And, while one would hope that we all have an idea of how to behave correctly in our everyday lives, good manners while traveling can sometimes take us [...]
So what else is out there? After a little research, here is a rundown of what is now my official accommodation bucket list. Feel free to jump into the conversation with suggestions of other truly unique and unusual places where Fly.com travelers can rest their heads.
It is hard to believe that summer is nearly over and Labor Day is just around the corner. But, while the “no white” rule is rarely in effect these days, many folks still see Labor Day as a last chance for a quick summer vacation before the new school year [...]
Time to share some tips on how to make spending money abroad a whole lot easier. And, like the cheap fares we show, they will also save you some money too!
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