Top Ten Cities for Bachelor or Bachelorette Parties in the USA

Top Ten Cities for Bachelor/Bachelorette Parties in the USAChoosing the perfect spot for a bachelor or bachelorette party can take a lot of planning, and rely on a variety of factors. From individual interests, location to alcohol tolerance, it’s always a smart idea to compare your options and see what would be the best fit for your group. Below are our top ten picks for cities we’re sure will Continue reading

FlixBus and the Luxury Liners of the US Bus Market

FlixBus and the Luxury Liners of the US Bus MarketAfter FlixBus launched its first US routes in May 2018, media coverage in the United States was strong. The American press was optimistic about FlixBus bringing “European travel comfort” across the Atlantic. There, the bus is still regarded as a cheaper and often less than ideal mode of transportation, where passengers have to make Continue reading

What to Know About Air Travel During the Government Shutdown

What to Know About Air Travel During the Government ShutdownThe US is entering the longest government shutdown in its history, coming in at 28 days with many federal employees missing two paychecks. This has particularly hit Transportation Security Administration (TSA) employees hard, since they cannot strike and are required to continue working despite the lack of pay. Consequently, Continue reading

Can’t Make it to Time Square? Cool Alternatives for New Year’s Eve Around the Country!

Can’t Make it to Time Square? Cool Alternatives for New Year’s Around the Country!Everyone around the country can imagine the iconic New Year’s celebration hosted in Time Square each year. The event draws in people from all around the country every year, though for many traveling across the country isn’t a possibility. Fortunately, there are other amazing celebrations happening in cities all over Continue reading

Visit Some of the Best Christmas Markets in the USA!

Visit Some of the Best Christmas Markets in the USA!Mulled wine, decorated stands, delicious bratwurst and strudel and most importantly, the spirit of community all make Christmas Markets a staple of the holiday season. This German tradition has made its way to the United States, where an estimated 44 million Americans have full or partial German ancestry. Cities all over the Continue reading