Blog: Traveling with Bob & Sandy Nesoff


Traveling with Bob & Sandy Nesoff

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.


Admiral Mickey’s navy expands options
Admiral Mickey’s navy expands options
Traveling with Bob & Sandy Nesoff Bob and Sandy Nesoff 4/08/2014 at 9:05AM

Over the years cruise lines plying the Caribbean have added a stop along the itinerary that does not involve shopping, jewelry, liquor purchases or group touring.  They’ve bought, rented, captured or otherwise taken control of small islands in the blue waters of the Caribbean. Most lines have been content to add a few amenities and [...]

Politics rears its ugly head, but NCL refuses to buckle
Traveling with Bob & Sandy Nesoff Bob and Sandy Nesoff 3/23/2014 at 8:10PM

Our first cruise was nearly 40 years go on a ship that was state-of-the-art at the time, Norwegian Caribbean Lines Starward.  Today NCL is known as Norwegian Cruise Line to reflect its greater reach and the Starward would be considered antiquated. Since that time NCL has been a favorite of our and we’ve watched its [...]

Pennsylvania’s Camelback Mountain Resort set to solidify image as family destination
Pennsylvania’s Camelback Mountain Resort set to solidify image as family destination
Traveling with Bob & Sandy Nesoff Bob and Sandy Nesoff 3/16/2014 at 1:34PM

Camelback Mountain has been for many years the preferred destination for skiers in the New York/New Jersey Metropolitan area.  It’s convenient location, just minutes off I-80 in Tannersville, Penn. and about an hour and a half from the George Washington Bridge, make it as convenient as could be. There are other ski areas in closer [...]

Traveling the world…in New York City
Traveling the world…in New York City
Traveling with Bob & Sandy Nesoff Bob and Sandy Nesoff 3/09/2014 at 7:03PM

Most people travel vicariously by watching the Travel Channel on television or reading travel sections in such newspapers as the New York Times.  Of course there are a host of magazines that provide the armchair traveler with a foreign fix. Of late the Travel Channel has morphed into something far afield from travel.  You can [...]

The Old West
The Old West
Traveling with Bob & Sandy Nesoff Bob and Sandy Nesoff 2/26/2014 at 11:17AM

To most Easterners the Old West is a wild, backward region populated by Red Neck cowboys and everyone with names like Billy Ben, Henry Sam and an IQ somewhere south of the horses they ride down Main Street. Others only know what they know from the TV series “Dallas” or “Killer Women,” and would rather [...]

Forget the headlines, cruising is still the way to go
Forget the headlines, cruising is still the way to go
Traveling with Bob & Sandy Nesoff Bob and Sandy Nesoff 2/14/2014 at 2:44PM

A story on television the other night detailed how a car literally flew off the Major Deegan Expressway, and landed on the roadway below.  Fortunately no one was killed. Other stories told of multiple car pile-ups, a train derailment and a variety of incidents involving the traveling public. Since that time drivers still use the [...]

Belleayre ski mountain: A new life
Belleayre ski mountain: A new life
Traveling with Bob & Sandy Nesoff Bob and Sandy Nesoff 1/31/2014 at 2:17PM

Skiing is one of the most time intensive sports with an amazingly short window.  Most areas, especially in the Northeast, do not open until late November or December and that is weather dependent. This year has been good to ski resorts, especially in the Northeast.  Some on the West Coast have been almost wiped out [...]

New York theater: Not just for tourists
Traveling with Bob & Sandy Nesoff Bob and Sandy Nesoff 1/23/2014 at 2:15PM

Live theater!  It’s one of the oldest art forms in history barring some cave dude entertaining the rest of the tribe by scratching pictures on a wall.  There’s little argument that New York City is the theatrical center of the world. Other cities—Chicago, Los Angeles, Houston—all have live theater, but none can come close to [...]