You can save a lot of money by finding and booking a mistake airfare. This article explains what they are and gives three ways to look for them.
Want to save money on your next family vacation? Read this article.
Looking for a job that pays you to travel the world? Look no further than the Bumble app.
While going through some photos on my computer which I took last year, I found one I wanted to post on Instagram. It was a photo of a Plymouth automobile which was on display in front of an Atlanta hotel. With my brain failing to remember the name of the hotel I checked that repository of knowledge called Google. The results of that search are what sparked the title of this post. Before we get to that here is the picture that started all this.
In my search, I came across an article entitled “Revamp of Atlanta’s first integrated hotel pays homage to its history” from the Atlant Journal-Constitution. https://www.myajc.com/travel/revamp-atlanta-first-integrated-hotel-pays-homage-its-history/3wr2ccJv03Lkdc70ZzgAcP/ The Google description mentions the car is a 1965 Plymouth Barracuda but I had to open the article to find the hotel name.
The hotel name as I found out is The American which was formerly The Americana, Atlanta’s first integrated hotel. This is where baseball comes in. A group led by Bill Bartholomay was trying to move the Milwaukee Braves to Atlanta. The committee of other owners was concerned with segregation in the south and the lack of an integrated hotel. Mr. Bartholomay pointed out that Atlanta did indeed have an integrated hotel, The Americana. This fact was very helpful in persuading the committee and they were approved in October 1964.
Now you might be wondering where Bambi fits into all of this. Bambi is part of the recent renovation. No not the deer, but a 1963 Bambi Airstream located on the pool deck which serves as a bar.
There are a few more interesting facts about the hotel’s history in the article. It’s a quick read and gives a bit of insight into the south in the early sixties. You can check it out at the link above.
From wearables to apps cruise lines are implementing new technology to make your cruise experience more enjoyable. From checking in to ordering drinks every aspect of your cruise could be affected.
Smartertravel has compiled a list of bucket list cruises every cruiser should do in their lifetime. Looks like I may have some cruises to book!
When you mention cruising most people probably think of mega ships with thousand of passengers cruising the seas. There is however a way to get a very different experience which is to take a river cruise or a barge cruise cruising the small rivers and canals of Europe. In this article in USA TODAY they discuss the 10 dreamiest barge cruises.
Do you buy travel insurance for your trips? If you do where do you buy it from? This article from Forbes discusses the different options and where you can compare policies. If you have any advice on travel insurance leave a comment.
Here is an article from Travel and Leisure that gives you advice on making your flights less stressful.
This article at Forbes.com explains how traveling can actually help you advance your career.