Key West Is Closer Than You Think

Key West is an incredibly diverse tropical island. It is America’s most talked-about resort. My first experience of the island of Key West was a port stop on my Norwegian Cruise Line Caribbean adventure, like the other 660,000 cruise ship passengers who visit Key West every year to experience the beauty & zaniness that makesContinue reading “Key West Is Closer Than You Think”

New trend for hotels?

Came across a couple of  articles in a travel journal recently about a “pay what you want”  experiments.  The Rancho Bernardo Inn Golf Resort and Spa is offering a promotion called the “Survivior Package“.  Basically, you decide your price by deciding what amenities you can do without.  For $219  per night you get deluxe accommodations plusContinue reading “New trend for hotels?”

Rainbow Travel Tips & Tidbits 03 January 2009

United and Fedex Offer Door to Door Shipping Like to have your bags guaranteed to arrive where and when you want without having to drag your baggage to the airport only to find that when you arrive at the check-in counter that your bags are overweight and you get slapped with those outrageous overweight charges.Continue reading “Rainbow Travel Tips & Tidbits 03 January 2009”

Rainbow Travel Tips & Tidbits – 5 September 2008

Travel Tidbits from Rainbow Travel Inc: Air Transat delivers More Room in Economy: The space between each row of seats has been increased by about 2 inches from 30 to 32 inches. By doing this, Air Transat has reduced the seating on it’s Airbus 310‘s from 259 to 249 seats and on their Airbus 330‘sContinue reading “Rainbow Travel Tips & Tidbits – 5 September 2008”

Viva Las Vegas – Part II

Getting Around Las Vegas For our first few days in Las Vegas, we walked everywhere despite the summer heat (it reached a high of 111 degrees while we were there)…from Terribles Hotel Casino, up and down the Strip, and to the Liberace Museum.  Don’t forget distances between blocks in Las Vegas are huge and whatContinue reading “Viva Las Vegas – Part II”

Viva Las Vegas – Part I

Welcome to another post on my blog that I hope you find useful. Just trying to catch up on my weekly blog posts. I recently  returned from a quick trip to Las Vegas using an airline called Allegiant Air.  They fly out of Bellingham which is about 30 minutes south of the Peace Arch borderContinue reading “Viva Las Vegas – Part I”