Bob and Sandy Nesoff are an award-winning team of travel writers who have covered the globe from Africa to Tahiti, Europe and the United States. They discuss the good and the not so good of hotels, attractions, cruises and countries. Their articles range from the luxurious to adventuresome.
Skiers from the western part of the country have often said that those from the east are great because of the “garbage” they ski on. The amount of natural, fresh powder that falls in the east can hardly compare to Utah, New Mexico and Colorado. They are right about one thing. Eastern skiers and riders […]
Check out the walls of most any college and hospital and you’ll see lists of names extolling those who have given in support of the institution. Normally right at the top there will be several “anonymous” designations commemorating those who have given but desire to remain in the background, not receiving kudos for their generosity. […]
Pastrami and corned beef must be affected by the water in New York because they never seem to taste the same anywhere else in the world. The Jewish/kosher style and kosher delis in New York are unmatched anywhere. Many people are of the opinion that any establishment with a sign that says “deli” is kosher. […]
Not that many years ago even those leaving for an extended weekend didn’t worry about taking a suitcase along on a flight — boy are those days gone forever. Today most veteran travelers have learned the secrets to packing whatever they’ll need into a carry-on suitcase and are able to avoid those abominable luggage fees. […]
The United States is sandwiched between two amazing cultures…Canada to the north and Mexico to the south. While many Mexicans have moved to the United States, we still know very little about their proud culture and heritage. Most North Americans know very little about Mexico, but the opportunity for change has arrived in time for […]
The perception of most Americans of Texas and the Old West relies on B movies and television shows. The reality is that the real Texas is like neither the Battle of the Alamo nor the prime time soap opera “Dallas.” In fact, the real Texas is nothing like the city of Dallas as it is […]