Even if you don't have the time or money to take a quick winter trip this year to get away from the snow and ice, taking a virtual trip through the best travel photos from January 2011 is absolutely free.
Sure, checking for the shadow of a groundhog to see what the weather will be like sounds weird - until you find out that some people use a frog climbing a ladder in a jar instead. BootsnAll writer Jessica Spiegel explores some of the Groundhog Day-like weather forecasting customs around the world.
Andrew McCarthy's inner vagabond wasn't satisfied with a successful career as an actor and director - so when he met National Geographic Traveler's editor Keith Bellows at a party many years ago, he coaxed Bellows into letting him write for the magazine. Today, he's a National Geographic Traveler contributing editor and an award-winning travel writer - and we're pleased to feature him this week on How I Travel.
When asked what BootsnAll does, I often describe the company as the perfect marriage of your favorite guidebook series and the best travel agent – one-stop shopping with everything you need for every stage of travel planning. One of our main strengths is in providing the gritty details for the part of travel planning when […]
In need of some travel inspiration to plan where you want to go next year? Here are some of the best photos from BootsnAll's daily travel photo site in November 2010 to get your planning juices flowing.
Are you staring at months of winter? Or even just a cubicle wall? Allow us to give you a little virtual vacation - and perhaps spur your next vacation choice - with the best travel photos from BootsnAll in October 2010.
Solo travel can be wonderfully liberating - until you see the words "single supplement" on a tour package. BootsnAll writer Jessica Spiegel explores some of the ways solo travelers can avoid paying a single supplement.