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.
Americans still have a lot to learn from the Europeans. As much as we have made tremendous strides in virtually every area, they are still well ahead of us in many things…rail travel included. For much of the last century, until the last quarter, rail travel in the United States was efficient, comfortable, even luxurious. […]
A native Floridian once said that eventually the state government would have to place a sign at the border with Georgia that said: “Full, please go home.” Visitors to Miami, Tampa and other major destinations will understand why the locals feel that way. Although tourism is one of the prime factors in the Sunshine State’s […]
Visionaries usually become that way through trial and error. Often it ends up as more error than trial. The Disney theme complex in Central Florida is the antithesis of that thought. What began in Anaheim, California on July 17, 1955 as Disneyland has grown into a small nation of its own. And is operated more […]
Not all that many years ago people joked that “Ma Bell,” the phone company was taking over the world. That was a scary thought. Today the same might be said about the Disney theme parks. The major difference is that the thoughts are all good. The conglomerate that was spawned by a little floppy eared […]
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. […]