For a first-timer, I had a spectacular 4th of July.
40 years later I return to the first hostel I ever stayed at. 40 years! Why would I ever do it? What was it like? Read on…
The British may think they’re losing it but I don’t. I see the good of the culture shining through in countless acts of courtesy and kindness.
Yes, I was reluctant. I just didn’t see myself as a river cruiser. But experience can change everything.
Traveling is great but sometimes I need a real holiday to appreciate my travels. This short holiday was all i needed to renew my enthusiasm for travel.
Sometimes the decision as to whether to drive or fly is not about time or money, it’s about how you want to spend both.
So excited! This week The Solo Traveler’s Handbooks is no longer a stand-alone travel book. It is part of a series. A brand of travel handbooks designed to help you explore the world your way.
How do you buy tapas? How do they charge for them? What’s the difference between tapas and pinchos?
Sometimes the great surprises of life are right under your nose — or down the highway an hour or so.
I wasn’t sure how many people would call into the show so I prepared to talk – a lot. But I barely got a word in. It was great!
A wonderful travel memory from eight months ago helps me manage the stress of now.
Ah, the wonderful character’s I’ve met traveling solo. The lesson from Mr. Bombastic: appreciate your average day.
The Hermitage ranks as one of the greatest museums of the world. Through photos and video, I’ve tried to take you there.
Three very different individuals with passion for three very different arts, met on a trip to New Hampshire.
It’s good to color outside the lines sometimes – to be a bit naughty now and then – and to discover places and experiences that you would otherwise have missed.
Travel solo to Girona in Costa Brava, Spain to experience the Girona Flower Festival and what National Geographic says is one of the top Spring destinations.
There’s beauty in this propaganda — photos of the Moscow Metro.
Here’s what I told the Costa Brava media about my trip there – plus lots of photos!
Joining a local community celebration that has gone on for centuries, I felt really connected to Italy.
A thought occurred to me when traveling Umbria. An unusual thought but it’s one solo travelers might enjoy using so… here you go.