The spread of COVID-19 has seen an uptick in new cases since the end of the summer.
Lonely Planet just released its eighth annual Best In The US list and you might be a bit surprised by most of the destinations which made the cut. Continue reading Check Out The Lonely Planet Best In The US 2018 List
Do you start off your day with a cup of coffee?
I never got into coffee and still don’t really understand why there needs to be a Starbucks or Dunkin’ Donuts on just about every street corner in NYC. (Maybe it’s the public bathrooms which we can use!)
There are many other coffee shops around the city but one of them has a new distinction. Continue reading Most Expensive Cup of Coffee in US Now Sold in NYC
For many years I’ve wanted to visit Cuba.
I think the first time I thought about visiting was when I worked for CBS News. A story was done about the music on the island and I remember seeing footage of those old, classic American cars (or maybe somebody told me about them).
This was years ago and since then I’ve looked into doing one of those cultural or religious trips but the prices were ridiculous. I’m going to estimate that a 5 day trip was going for something like $4,000. Continue reading US and Cuba Close To Restoring Commercial Flights?