Every year, major lists come out from various publications telling travelers where they should visit. Then these places get inundated with tourists, taking away the atmosphere that made them popular in the first place.
by Larissa and Michael Milne, For The Inquirer/September 17, 2016
Unless someone tries to sneak contraband through customs, it's rare for tourists to end up behind bars on vacation. However, with an abundance of prison tours around the world, it's possible to visit the grittier side of life. In fact, one of the most famous - and groundbreaking - prisons in the world is in Philadelphia.
by Larissa and Michael Milne, For The Inquirer/January 2, 2020
Though airline club lounges are traditionally reserved for frequent flyers and road warriors who purchase annual memberships, many domestic carriers offer the option to purchase a pass on the day of your flight (provided that you’re flying that airline).
by Larissa and Michael Milne, For the Inquirer/May 2, 2019
According to the car review site Edmunds.com, only 2 percent of cars sold in the United States in 2017 had a manual — stick shift — transmission. By contrast, manual transmissions are found in about 80 percent of cars in most of Europe and Japan.
by Larissa and Michael Milne, For the Inquirer/April 3, 2019
Though you might not be traveling overseas specifically for medical considerations, if you face some major expenses in your future, it could be worth researching options in the country you are visiting.