Who Says You Can’t Travel With a Baby?

FullSizeRenderThere are a number of mommy bloggers and Instagrammers who make traveling with babies and children look so easy. They are truly my inspiration and serve as a constant reminder that having a baby shouldn’t put an end to exploring the world.

As soon as I had baby’s birth certificate in hand, I submitted his US Passport application and it arrived less than 3 weeks later, via routine delivery. Literally the day it arrived, I completed the online Global Entry application and scheduled the interview for less than a week later. In case you’re wondering, yes babies still have to complete the “interview process” and take a photo for the Global Entry card even when they’re asleep. LOL. Continue reading “Who Says You Can’t Travel With a Baby?”


DC Travel & Adventure Show


Washington, DC Travel & Adventure Show
February 20-21, 2016

Meet Celebrity Travel Experts. With celebrities such as CBS’ The Amazing Race host Phil Keoghan, 1,000 Places to See Before You Die author Patricia Schultz and CBS News Investigative Travel Reporter Peter Greenberg, you’ll hear the expert tips and inspirational stories that you can’t get anywhere else.

Explore Hundreds of Destinations From Around the Globe. Looking to book your next trip? Meet with local destination experts who can personalize your next vacation and give you the insider knowledge about where to go and what to do.  Continue reading “DC Travel & Adventure Show”

Book Now, Ask Questions Later

Since this seems to be a growing trend, I figured I’d shed some light on this phenomenon. There are countless websites that report travel deals and every once in a while, they will post what we call a glitch fare. Just like it sounds, a glitch fare is a mistake made by an airline as it relates to pricing.

Sometfaregoneimes these glitch fares will only last for a few minutes, other times they will last for a few hours, which means when you see one you should book it immediately before the airline has a chance to correct their mistake.

It amazes me how many people don’t realize that since we live in the United States we are protected when it comes to purchasing airfare and cancelling Continue reading “Book Now, Ask Questions Later”