October is Plan a Cruise Month!

October is the month to plan your cruise according to Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA.) The ability to plan a […]

Eating Europe Food Tours – Rome

While the rest of the world may talk about “Italian food”, the Romans talk only of “Roman food”. Each of […]

Freedom Trail® After Dark

Discover the Freedom Trail in a new light – after dark – on the official Freedom Trail® Lantern Tours. Freedom Trail […]

A Celebration of Harry Potter

“A Celebration of Harry Potter” Returns to Universal Orlando Resort from January 26-28, 2018 with Harry Potter Film Stars Stanislav Yanevski and […]

A Walk to Walden Pond

A Walk commemorating the importance of Henry David Thoreau Walden and Don Henley’s The Boys of Summer. Literary Traveler Home […]

TKTS Discount Tickets for Broadway

by Francis McGovern On a recent visit to New York City, we stopped in Times Square to get last minute […]

The Renwick Hotel in New York City

by Francis McGovern In our series on literary and historic hotels, we take a look at some hotels that can inspire […]

A New Type of Travel Agent for the 21st Century

With the Internet providing a wealth of information on any subject, travelers have changed the way they plan for their […]

Make Mine a Large Glass of Bleach

by Matt Kolbet Drinking port in Portugal was a natural fit. I had three souvenir bottles in my luggage, packed between […]

WILD TO INSPIRE Short Film Contest – Africa

Nat Geo WILD is calling on aspiring filmmakers from across the U.S. to submit to the WILD TO INSPIRE Short […]