On October 1, 2021 air travelers in the US, 18 years of age or older were going to need “a REAL ID -compliant driver’s license or identification card, state-issued enhanced driver’s license, or another TSA-acceptable form of identification at airport security checkpoints for domestic air travel“, according to the DHS.
With that deadline less than six months away, the date has now been pushed back once again. Continue reading REAL ID Deadline To Fly Domestically In US Extended Until May 2023
With just under three weeks left in 2014, we’re getting closer and closer to a new year. Along with the new year, comes lists of top places to visit from all different travel-related companies and sites.
Last week I wrote about Fodor’s picks for Best Places to Travel in 2015. You could also take Lonely Planet’s Quiz to Find Out Where You Should Go in 2015. Continue reading 2015 Best Places To Visit In U.S.
During our trip Back to The Balkans we’ve ran into very few fellow travelers from the United States. It seems like just about everyone that we chat with is from close by, somewhere else in Europe.
Many are even surprised to see Americans visiting this region which we find to be a bit funny in some ways…
When meeting fellow travelers a popular conversation tends to be where everyone is from and where they have been. Continue reading How Many States Have You Visited?
It’s safe to say that just about all of us in the miles and points hobby love a great deal. And the best price (of course!) is always free.
When traveling, the costs from museum admission fees can add up really fast, especially when travelling with a family. However, there are lots of museums which will let you in for free.
Smarter Travel came up with a slideshow featuring “10 Amazing Free Museums in the United States“. Continue reading 10 Amazing Free Museums in the U.S.
If someone was to ask you what the most common language spoken after English in the U.S. was, I think an overwhelming majority would pick Spanish. Now let’s break it down a bit further. What would you guess the third most popular language would be?
Without looking at any articles, data or maps, my guess would be Chinese.
This isn’t a topic that I was sitting around thinking about on a rainy day. Always on the lookout for interesting things related to travel to pitch in with the blog, Kim sent me an article from Gizmodo.
The topic: The Most Common Language Spoken In The U.S. After English and Spanish
Continue reading Most Common Languages Spoken In U.S. After English & Spanish