You have got to check out this great post with breathtaking pics of Alaska from my friend The Critiquing Chemist. Also, check out her blog for many more great posts.
During the winter months, experts anticipate the pace of business travel to pick up. After Labor Day, planes become fuller than ever, flight delays are at a six-year high and hotels are raising rates. As fares and add-on fees continue to rise, the airlines are “getting their financial houses in order,” said … Continue reading The Future Business Travel
Originally posted on Iconic Photos: In March 1991, when a series of earthquakes hit the western side of the island of Luzon along the Zambales Mountains, locals awoke to the reality that in the middle of the Zambales range, there might be a dormant volcano. Pinatubo — quiet since before the lands under it were named… … Continue reading Pinatubo Erupts — renxkyoko’s space
The Great Tea Road which was the route starting in China and traveling through Russia and Mongolia, supplying Europe with great quantities of tea in the 19th century.
Walt Disney World is easily the largest and most popular theme or amusement park on the planet, with an estimated over 18 million visitors last year. The 43 square mile Disney World is more like a city than a tourist attraction, since it is roughly twice the size of Manhattan, New York and the … Continue reading Walt Disney World’s First Luxury Hotel is Truly Magical
Jet lag is very much a part of any business travelers regular routine. It can cloud your brain and zap your energy. “Jet lag happens when there is a misalignment between the actual time zone and your circadian clock,” says doctor Melanie DesChatelets, a Vancouver-based naturopathic doctor. She says that travelers typically experience jet lag … Continue reading Ways You Can Reduce Jet Lag
The cost of business travel is increasing. Despite the rise in fuel prices, which have a direct effect on the cost of flights, rental car rates and other transportation services, there are still plenty of ways you can save your company some serious cash when it comes to take your next business trip. Company … Continue reading Sensible Tips to Save Your Company Money on Business Travel
Airships were once the future of air travel. During the 1920s and ‘30s, passengers and cargo weren’t flown, but rather, airlifted to their destination. DULAG, the world’s first passenger airline, operated airships that serviced more than 34,000 passengers and completed 1,500 flights before World War I. Today there are some that believe that airships are … Continue reading Airships: The Future of Air Travel
Travel doesn’t always mean vacation. In fact for most people, travel means business. Just the thought of business travel can be unsettling. You are away from your family, familiar surroundings and your regular routine. Add to this anxiety the fact that something can go wrong to make your whole trip a failure. There is one … Continue reading The Best Apps for Business Travelers
Recently, there was a whole lot of drama in the world of air travel. So much so, that a plane was literally diverted to the closest airport as if a terrorist plot was in action and there was a high stakes battle to save human life from a catastrophe of epic proportion. What was the … Continue reading Knee Jerk Reaction